What trends in the Travel Industry?

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The camping service based in Einsiedeln, Switzerland, has been connecting nature lovers with campsites on farms and elsewhere for two years. More than 130 hosts have hosted about 14,000 overnight stays so far. Swiss Mountain Aid, which helps farming families make a living on the land helped spread the word.

Founders Oliver Huber and Paolo De Caro are striving to establish a vision of authentic and sustainable tourism.

Since the start of the pandemic, travel planning startups like Hipcamp, Outdoorsy, The Dyrt, Pitchup, Cabana, PaulCamper, Camptoo, GoBoony, ShareACamper and Yescapa have confirmed increase in the volume of searches and bookings for their services for the time.

Last month, Hipcamp raised $57 million for campground reservations. Last year PaulCamper, a Berlin-based online booking service for recreational vehicle booking completed a $7.8 million Series A round led by Adevinta, a global online classifieds company.

Cuicin has developed software called “aiPass” as the basic property management system for hotels and other accommodation providers. It makes technology like contactless check-in a distinctive feature during the pandemic.

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