You only have to watch this short video to remember why we all love to travel. So, although we are unable to explore new places with our friends, family and colleagues right now, we can find some positivity through the #TogetherInTravel campaign.
Share the video and see how others are supporting the tourism community by following the #TogetherInTravel hashtag across social media. Why not add your own contributions?
"Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer" Finding it so hard not to be travelling at the moment, but these incredible countries will still be there to explore when this is all over! Stay home, save lives. #TogetherInTravel pic.twitter.com/iqgn4B18gE— Natasha Colyer (@NatashaColyer) April 21, 2020
Currently we are seeing the #world through our windows 🏡 But it’s not forever and when you’re ready to travel again we’ll be ready to guide you. 🤗— Richard Cartaciano (@cartr034) April 24, 2020
📸: @InsightSharon #InsightVacations #TogetherInTravel pic.twitter.com/PJnLb1FEMV
Travelling brings people together and the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) launched the marketing campaign to galvanise the global travel and tourism community and show how the sector is a vital part of our zest for life.
WTTC has developed the campaign in conjunction with one of its members, marketing and communications firm MMGY Hills Balfour.
Gloria Guevara, president and CEO of WTTC, said: “Dreaming is part of our zest for life and our new campaign encourages thoughts of the brighter days ahead.
“Our sector touches everyone. It builds communities, reduces poverty in the world and improves the social impact of everyday lives. Yet we are uniquely exposed at this time due to Covid-19.
“Our message is that everyone can still stay inspired with future travel ideas and bookings - and in the meantime be part of a virtual space for sharing, connecting, and collectively inspiring.”
Gloria Guevara, WTTC
She added: “The concept for the #TogetherInTravel campaign was borne out of a desire to rally everyone who is passionate about travel, to unify those who are working hard to rebuild the sector and to spread a message of solidarity that we are one global community, and one where travel brings us closer, at the right time.”
For more information, visit TogetherInTravel.com