Innovative measures to adapt in Tourism

Before the pandemic, the tourism sector moved masses around the world. However, with COVID 19, everything changed and was paralyzed. Now is the right time for agencies and tour operators to adapt to innovative measures to excel in this new normal.

Local tourism

Although many tourist companies used to set their sights on international travelers, specialists recommend that they also bet on experiences aimed at local tourists, at least until international flights are restored.

Likewise, it is recommended to know the sanitary protocols of each airline and the innovative measures they offer to the traveler. So that, both travelers and the agency are facing a mishap.

Different destinations in small groups

Large and crowded cities like New York or Paris will be less visited because of the vulnerability that represents the spread of the virus, at least for a period of time.

In this sense, agencies are recommended to turn their eyes to natural landscapes in open spaces, since it is a perfect option for the current situation. Small groups and short trips will be key to avoid crowding, taking into account that it will benefit the health of the participants.

For years, it has been recommended to reduce the number of tourists in the same attraction.


The reduction of visitors to the main tourist attractions will sustainably benefit world tourism. Which will be reflected in the mutual care between human communities and the environment.

This type of innovative measure will contribute positively to the industry since for some years it has been recommended to reduce the number of tourists in the same attraction. Also, this will help to have more respect and care for the environment.

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