“Amongst the middle-aged, Egypt and Gibraltar can be popular destinations for enjoying a spot of sunshine, supporting a slower pace of life and offering opportunities to explore further afield if desired.
“For the over 65s, New Zealand is likely popular because it is high on the bucket-lists of many newly-retired globetrotters. Due to its geographical removal from the UK, the diversity of its scenery, and its suitability for long road-trips, the average Brit spends 25 days or longer on a trip to New Zealand.
“Few people can travel for such an extended period, and the over 65s are therefore uniquely suited to it.”
While different generations may have varied travel habits, there are some locations which are universally popular.