Destination Decision: How Travelers Choose Where to Go

Destination Decision: How Travelers Choose Where to Go Published May 2019 Analysts: Alice Jong, Mark Blutstein

 

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From perfectly filtered social media posts to heartfelt recollections of friends, visually stunning scenes from movies, and glossy magazine covers, travelers are exposed to an array of inspiration sources that seed ideas of spectacular places they hope to one day see. But with a world of options, travelers must carefully whittle down their options to the one that most speaks to their wishes. Most travelers take just a handful of leisure trips each year. After accounting for the trips to visit family and friends or to attend social obligations – weddings, graduations, reunions – the pool of trips left where travelers actually get to choose their destination independently shrinks. Within various markets across the globe, including the U.S., Brazil, Australia, China, Mexico, Germany and the U.K, less than half of leisure travelers traveled to a destination they could choose at their whim over the past year.

  • Overview
  • Objective and Methodology
  • Key Terms
  • Traveler Profile and Personas
  • Destination Research Behavior and Influencers
    • Online Rises to the Top
    • Power of Peers
  • Destination Attributes: What Travelers Care About
    • Value Proposition: Money Matters
    • Accommodation Appeal
    • And Many Others
  • Chinese Travelers: Not Your Average Globetrotters
  • Wooing Them Back
  • Appendix
    • Demographics
    • Last Trip Attributes
  • Sponsors
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