Is 'dry tripping' taking over Spring Break?

In the same way that hotel gyms draw in people who want to live healthy lives, more travelers are placing an importance on maintaining an alcohol-free lifestyle

Feb 23, 2024

For decades, many people's holidays revolved around indulgence and nightlife. Now, "dry tripping," the concept of traveling without alcohol, is poised to skyrocket in popularity and shift the conversation.

Today's younger generations aren’t as enamored by alcohol as their predecessors. In fact, more than half of American legal drinking-aged Gen Zers – approximately 54% – haven’t had alcohol in the past six months, according to International Wine and Spirit Research (IWSR).

So, when it comes to travel, Gen Zers and even Millennials can find dry tripping to be a natural and appealing decision.

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