Summer is here and TripActions data is revealing a growing trend among global employees: Searching for sun and adventure, some team members are extending their leisure trips by working remotely for two or more weeks.
The TripActions team is parsing this data monthly. This month, the data shows that remote workers’ destinations are becoming more diverse as the world opens up to travel. Once-booming tourist destinations like Barcelona are becoming popular again and more destinations throughout Latin America are now accessible to remote workers. Another positive sign: travelers are increasing the lead time between booking and travel dates — in fact, 23% of personal travel bookings for summer were made more than 50 days in advance of departure date, indicative of a high degree of confidence in the long-term outlook for travel.
While it’s encouraging to see this diversification and the rise in a new kind of remote work tourism, it’s important to stay abreast of the regulations and requirements needed for a smooth trip. By booking leisure and bleisure trips through TripActions, users access the same 24/7 expert agents, real-time safety information, and trusted discounts as they do when traveling for business.
Discover the top destinations for remote work around the world this July below: