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I travel because it makes me realize how much i haven’t seen, how much i’m going to see and how much i need to see.

Carew Papritz.

Chain reaction

Airbnb is a service that connects travellers around the world with the bustling host community. After only four years, it amassed 650,000 rooms in 192 countries in the world. In that regard, it managed to surpass giant hotels that have been around for almost a century. Even businessmen and older people no longer shy away from this trend. It is taking hold in many developing countries like Kenya where new services such as Vacation & Rental ”fully furnished” Homes take advantage of these new developments.

Many people are over the moon because they can steer away from traditional tourist-like locations. Instead, you get a chance to spend some time in a residential area and immerse yourself in the new surroundings the best way possible. Staying at somebody’s home often leads to forging new friendships and gaining deep insight into local amenities. This turns a simple trip into a learning cross-cultural experience that touches the heart and fills the pockets of local communities.

It is clear that Airbnb is transforming the hospitality landscape and scaling at an incredible rate. Of course, the company does not own the assets, but it does not have to. It embraces an ”asset light” model and facilities access to existing properties. Some argue that experience is inconsistent and unreliable, but this seems to be improving.

Revolution solution

It is important to understand that Airbnb is a peer-to-peer travel marketplace around which the whole new supporting service ecosystem emerges. In many cases, travellers can expect to find private accommodation that is on par with that in hotels. It includes a 24/7 guest support, linen supplies, cleaning, stock food, etc. The quality of the rooms is excellent in a bulk of cases, and it would be unrealistic to expect uniformity.

Everyone can travel

There is a truckload of other vacation rental websites, but there are many reasons why Airbnb is stealing the show. Navigating the website is a seamless and intuitive experience, and users can see a clear pricing structure. Search functions and other properties work like a charm. Both guests and hosts are being constantly reviewed, so there is no room for lodging frauds and disrespectful guests. Everyone can find their own cup of tea, whether it is a luxury condo or a small spare bedroom.

What we are witnessing is a change in the way we think about travels and how we experience it. New tourists do not spend the money the way old ones do, and they strive to find a different kind of traveling adventure. Local householders are overjoyed, and many new neighbourhoods now have a chance to earn a buck from tourism. The result of the Airbnb’s surge is nothing short of a revolution in traveling.

So-long, traveller!

Bid farewell to traditional hospitality institutions and take full control of your journey. We now have a cheaper and simpler way to find accommodation. Moreover, it is possible to acquire new friends in exciting places and experience a vacation like never before. Whether you want a quiet retreat or over-the-top apartment, Airbnb has got you covered. It allows you to live like a local for a few days and soak up in the authentic atmosphere. This is likely to produce one-of-a-kind memories to treasure for the rest of your life.

While enjoying your hard earned break from your busy or rather normal life routine, do not forget to wear your mask. Wearing masks can become tiring, inconvenient and at times tedious. There is no question, however, that it is essential to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Please wear a mask.

Thanks As Always!

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