Reveals How and Where Americans Will Travel This Fall

Autumn is coming and not all Americans have had the opportunity to travel this summer. For this and other reasons, thousands are preparing to enjoy the fall season in several US states and abroad.

In fact, among the top 10 US travel destinations for this fall are:

  • Las Vegas, Nevada
  • New York, New York
  • Orlando, Florida
  • Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Lahaina, Hawaii
  • Key West, Florida
  • Nashville, Tennessee
  • Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  • New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Miami Beach, Florida

According to Tripadvisor Fall 2022 Travel Index data, 61% of US respondents plan to travel this fall, albeit in a different way.

Travel demand continues to rise

Despite the hurdles of inflation, 37% of Americans still want a vacation this fall as originally planned, according to the Index. Globally, 34% of respondents said that despite spending growth, they still intend to travel as scheduled between September and November.

Regardless of the continued presence of COVID-19, record inflation rates and expensive gasoline, there are no signs from consumers around the world that the need for travel, particularly among Americans, will diminish for now.

The desire to travel is driving Americans to cut other expenses to ensure they can take their fall vacation. In fact, half of Americans (50%) plan to travel more this fall, and two-thirds (66%) plan to spend more on it than they did during the same period last year.

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Travel destinations may not be what Americans initially planned

Americans’ choices are influenced by the cost of living problem. Two-thirds (66%) of US travelers indicated that “cost/accessibility” is the most important factor in their travel planning, while nearly half (45%) of travelers indicated that “price” influences their choice of travel dates.

Although many have had to slightly change their original plans. Americans are not discouraged by rising costs this fall.

Thirty-five percent of respondents said they would likely take a shorter vacation, and 24% said they would likely choose a location closer to home than originally planned.

TripAdvisor also found that 81% of surveyed US travelers and 60% of travelers worldwide plan to vacation in the country this fall.

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