The Top Emerging Family Travel Destinations for 2016

The Top Emerging Family Travel Destinations for 2016

With summer in full swing, many families are looking for the perfect vacation destination. And this summer they should have plenty of company. The U.S. Travel Association is forecasting an increase in domestic leisure travel here at home in 2016. Whether it’s an epic family vacation or a short weekend getaway, it’s hard knowing which destination makes the most sense for YOUR family.
From having children with varying ages to moms and dads with different interests, it makes sense to get recommendations. Gogobot believes the best advice comes from people you trust – people who have the same travel style as you – not from anonymous strangers on the Internet. In this interview, Getaway Expert Krista Canfield reveals the 2016 Family Travelers Rising Stars Destinations based on real traveler data. She also tells viewers about places that may be worth a second look, and recommend local getaway hotspots.
More than 10 million people used Gogobot to plan and research places to go in the last year. The Travel Channel calls Gogobot one of the, “Top 10 Travel Apps to Download.” Gogobot’s unique system allows you to see reviews from people with similar travel styles across 19 Tribes, from Business Travelers to Foodies and from Budget Travelers to Luxury Travelers just to name a few.

Krista Canfield is the Getaway Expert for Gogobot, a cutting edge digital travel platform that helps people discover great places to stay, eat and play that are perfect for them. Krista has traveled to 60 countries and more than 300 cities. As Getaway Expert, Krista loves helping people find local treasures and memorable experiences whether it be in their own backyard or abroad when they’re on vacation. Her travel advice and tips have been covered by national media including outlets like Yahoo! Travel, and Mashable. Her career began in broadcast television as a local TV news reporter at NBC affiliate KDLT-TV. In addition to her role at Gogobot, Krista is also on the board of advisors at Syracuse University’s (iSchool) School of Information Studies.

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