Travel Republic aims to inspire with new Holiday Generator

Travel Republic aims to inspire with new Holiday Generator

Tool encourages users to explore new locations, says dnata Travel-owned OTA

Online travel agent Travel Republic has created The Holiday Generator, an interactive tool that helps daydreamers explore a world of destinations to find their perfect holiday.

The development of the inspiration platform follows research by Travel Republic that found that as a nation the UK is most likely to be found daydreaming at 11:20am, and that its workers spend on average three hours a day daydreaming and planning their next holiday.

Dnata Travel-owned Travel Republic created The Holiday Generator tool hoping to guide users to a destination that suites their needs, and to encourage them to explore new locations they may not have considered before.

Christian Poole, director at Travel Republic, said: “With Travel Republic’s breadth of choice, we know customers can create the perfect holiday to wherever their imagination takes them.

“Our Holiday Generator is a unique tool to help customers explore the world and identify their ideal destination.

“Whether it is relaxing on a quiet beach or making a splash in a pool with the family, by booking early, holidaymakers can choose from the widest selection of hotels and destinations, saving hundreds off their 2019 holiday.”

The customer research conducted by Travel Republic revealed that 82 percent of Brits daydream for up to half of every working day, 46 percent of whom imagine jetting off on holiday.

In addition it found 46 percent of holiday daydreamers imagine lying on a beach, 43 percent walking along it, 40 percent sunbathing by a pool and 36 percent taking in a beautiful view.

According to the study, the most popular holiday destinations to escape to are the US (32 percent), the Caribbean (29 percent), Spain (26 percent) and Italy (26 percent).

Travel Republic’s research shows that when Brits are not daydreaming, even less time is being spent on work, as 23 percent of working adults confess to having booked a holiday during work time.