Brits still keen on long-haul holidays: survey

Brits still keen on long-haul holidays: survey

Credit crunched, aviation fuel tax blitzed Brits aren’t about to give up their long-haul holidays, according to findings from a survey conducted by boutique tour operator, Travel In Depth.When quizzed on their top travel spots, 68% of survey respondents revealed New Zealand as one of their favourite recent holiday destinations, citing far-flung destinations such as South America, Australia, Canada, the USA and even the Falkland Islands as next on their wish list.”These new insights could demonstrate the waning of the much-talked about ‘staycation’ phenomenon,” said Travel In Depth founder Paul Carberry. The survey found British travellers are keen to make their money go as far as possible, with 68% percent of those surveyed citing Value for Money as a key deciding factor in choosing their holiday. Demonstrating that the country’s love affair with travelling is as strong as ever, a significant percentage of respondents stated that they spend between

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