Chinese travelers switch to small private tours

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BEIJING — More domestic travelers in China are opting for small private tours after COVID-19.

The number of private group tour bookings surged by 385 percent since cross-provincial tourism resumed about a month ago, Trip.com Group reported.

Those small tours usually consist of no more than four travelers each and are increasingly favored by family and young travelers for privacy, freedom and in-depth experiences.

Per capita tour costs are about 4,000 yuan ($581.2). Those born in the 80s and 90s are the major force behind small group tour consumption, according to Trip.com.

The pandemic has enhanced people’s safety awareness and private tours can better satisfy their nee…

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