Travel Advisors See U.S. Domestic Tourism Evolving Amid Inbound Woes

Distant Horizons

Rev. Carolyn McKinstry, who survived the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, addresses tourists in the church. Distant Horizons

Skift Take: Domestic leisure travel among Americans appears to be getting stronger, helping to offset declining growth in international visitors to the U.S. It’s also growing in new directions, with glamping and cultural tours especially popular.

— Maria Lenhart

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