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Sorting out the finer points of a holiday - from a hotel within a stone's throw of the beach to finding a flight that won't break the budget - can often induce a feeling of panic for even the most seasoned of travellers.
However, new research from travel site orbitz.com has revealed that holiday planning may be as relaxing as the main event itself, with more than half (58%) of travellers revealing that preparing for their holiday didn't faze them one bit.
Further figures from the survey revealed that travellers employ a number of ingenious strategies to ensure that they maintain a feeling of zen as they embark on the holiday booking process. This includes those below:
Travellers also revealed that they know a thing or two about the perfect formula for a stress-free holiday experience once they land in their holiday destination, taking the following measures to ensure that they get some much needed rest and relaxation. These were as follows:
Research released at the end of last year by Skyscanner also shed some light into why Brits aren't worked up by the idea of planning their holidays. It showed that Brits book flights whenever they have free time, rather than eating into their busy daily schedules. The top five most popular times to book flights were as follows:
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Date Created: 12/01/2015