Well-off Britons splash out on trips of a lifetime as Covid restrictions ease

More families are splurging lockdown savings on longer, more luxurious breaks often topping £50,000, say high-end travel agents

Wealthy people are “blowing the bloody doors off” on extravagant holidays costing as much as £100,000 to celebrate the easing of coronavirus travel restrictions with extended families.

Sally Donaldson, a store manager of high-end travel agent Kuoni, said she was recently left trembling when a couple with two children spent more than £50,000 on a trip to the Caribbean island of Antigua.

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Travel & leisure, Business, Coronavirus, UK news, Caribbean, Luxury goods sector, Cost of living crisis, Inflation UK news | The Guardian

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