Technology has beamed its searchlight in almost every sector you can
think of including the travel industry. For example, today, you can
easily open an app on your smartphone, decide where you want to go, book
your flights and hotels in under 15 minutes and before you know it,
you’re all set for your quick weekend getaway. Technology has
undoubtedly changed the face of travel and made travelling so much
occasionally spend on that long-distance phone call from the hotel
reception, or a local phone booth. Staying in touch certainly wasn’t
easy and most people back home didn’t expect to hear from you unless it
was an emergency. Now, free WiFi hotspots at airports and cafés make it
so easy to email, Skype and Tweet as much and as often as you like.
through hotel brochures, ask friends where they have stayed during their
holiday and then actually phone the hotel to book a room. While doing
all this, you do not know if you will like the room or not. Now, we have
Online Travel Agencies like Jumia Travel now provides everything you
need to know about the hotel you want to book including room pictures
and review. This is almost the same for flight.
without any difficulty. This is because you can learn or understand any
language you want with the aid of apps like Google Translate,
iTranslate or Waygo. These apps can help you dialogue with the locals.
travel agent’s office, buy guidebooks or taking a friend’s
recommendation when it came to deciding where to go. But today, you can
easily Google any destination and all the information you need will be
at your fingertips within seconds.
However, presently you can take as many pictures as you so desire and
even share them on any of your desired social media platforms.
Smartphones have made this very easy and clearly, these gadgets are a
huge threat to digital cameras.