Visit Delavan is excited to announce it is support of National Plan for Vacation Day (NPVD), the annual day for Americans to plan their vacation for the entire year at the start of the year, on January 26!
Though many Americans are not ready or able to take a trip just yet, there is a wealth of information that says simply planning a vacation can increase happiness. In fact, 97% of survey respondents say having a trip planned makes them happier—and that’s exactly what we will encourage Americans to do this year.
NPVD is joining forces with the Let’s Go There initiative to encourage Americans to still plan— or even book—future vacations, or to simply keep their travel flame lit and dream of their next getaway.
Let’s Go There is led by a coalition of businesses and organizations, including many of the most recognizable U.S. brands from both within and outside the travel sector. The straightforward mission of Let’s Go There is perfectly aligned with NPVD: As you plan your future trips, the travel industry is ready
to safely welcome you back—when you’re ready.
In 2020, the constraints of the pandemic resulted in Americans using, on average, just 6.8 earned vacation days for travel. Survey data shows that 84% of Americans are excited to plan a vacation in the next six months, indicating an impending surge in travel demand once conditions improve. With so many great travel deals to be had, savvy vacation planners who are able to book future trips now would be wise to take advantage of these offers—before demand picks up. You can view resort, hotel, and attractions specials on our website at VisitDelavan.com.
Importantly, the Walworth County Visitors Bureau is encouraging Americans to continue to adhere to healthy travel practices—whether one is planning a vacation in the short term or for later this year. U.S. Travel Association’s Travel Confidently Toolkit has a wealth of resources and guidance to encourage safe and healthy travel, which includes wearing a mask, frequent hand washing, maintaining physical distance when possible and staying home if feeling sick.
Please click here to learn more about National Plan for Vacation Day. Where in Walworth County will you go next? Start planning your Midwest Getaway today by ordering a FREE Travel Guide and visiting our website at VisitDelavan.com.