Some encouraging signs in Oasis Travel’s March numbers

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Some encouraging signs in Oasis Travel’s March numbers

Sales data from Oasis Travel Network indicates that the travel boom many hoped for has begun.The host agency's sales in March were 20% higher than Mar

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Sales data from Oasis Travel Network indicates that the travel boom many hoped for has begun.

The host agency’s sales in March were 20% higher than March 2019 sales, according to Oasis CEO Lee Smolinski. That is particularly encouraging as 2019 was Oasis’ best year on record.

A particular highlight: Oasis is up 533% in sales with one of its preferred river cruise partners.

“We are seeing these types of increases across the board,” Smolinski said in a release. “People are excited to be planning vacations again.”

Oasis members have found that clients are interested in destinations that are open to travelers now and in bucket-list trips for 2022. Interest in summer 2021 cruises has not yet returned to pre-pandemic levels.

Popular destinations right now include Hawaii, Mexico and the Caribbean, according to Oasis, which expects to see continued growth in the second quarter of 2021.

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