From vouchers for outdoor activities to hampers and virtual tastings, these excellent presents will also help the beleaguered travel and hospitality sector
It is said that necessity is the mother of invention and never have these words rung truer than in 2020. UK tourism venues, travel businesses and museums have had to pivot hard and fast to outrun two lockdowns, tier restrictions and the monthly travel-corridor roulette. As a result, this Christmas there is a surge in everything from experience gifts and vouchers to foodie treats and festive baubles coming from the travel industry.
The World Travel and Tourism Council predicts that the pandemic will cost the UK £22bn in tourism revenues this year alone, so there’s never been a better time to give the gift of travel.