From entrepreneur-specific hotels to accessible travel filters, the April 2018 travel trends reveal that there is a growing demand for hyper-specific vacations for niche groups.
While working remotely is nothing new, now there is a push to open up these kinds of opportunities to more than just freelancers. For instance, Tribe Theory is a new hostel-inspired environment that welcomes young entrepreneurs and startups. This means that even those with big career ambitions can now travel and work remotely.
In addition to the push for facilities that cater to remote workers, the April 2018 travel trends also reveal a push for more accessible spaces abroad. Airbnb is leading the charge on this front with a new set of search filters that make it easier for those with disabilities to find accommodations suited to their needs.
Top 35 Travel Ideas in April
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Canoe-Inspired Luxury Yachts
Ergonomic Upright Travel Pillows
Lightweight Metallic Carry-Ons
Inflatable Winged Travel Pillows
Carbon Fiber Travel Bags
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