Here are the unusual holidays of the future that only very few will be able to afford

Here are the unusual holidays of the future that only very few will be able to afford
Here are the unusual holidays of the future that only very few will be able to afford

There are those who love the sea, those who love the mountains, and there are those who still prefer to spend their holidays quietly at home, perhaps with friends. Until now these were mainly the choices that faced the tourist when planning the holidays.

Yet, in the near future this may not be the case, and our travels could take on a “spatial” dimension. So, here are the unusual holidays of the future that only very few will be able to afford. Let’s discover them together immediately.

Going on vacation a stone’s throw from the moon no longer seems impossible

Traveling in space is a dream that humanity has cherished for a very long time and that only in the twentieth century has it managed to realize. It seems, however, that thanks to the genius of contemporary entrepreneurs, such as Elon Musk, space travel could become much more common than you think.

In fact, starting this year, some lucky (and very rich) private citizens will have the opportunity to take truly special holidays.

Here are the unusual holidays of the future that only very few will be able to afford

There are mainly three business projects that aim to bring the first “space” tourists into orbit. The first of these should see the light on September 15th this year, and is called Inspiration4.

Through this futuristic project, four private citizens will be allowed to spend three days in a spacecraft that will orbit the Earth.

The Ax-1 project, which will allow three citizens to spend 10 days on the international space station, is scheduled for next year.

Finally, the mission that should lead the Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa on a journey to the moon still remains without a certain date.

Obviously, the opportunity to participate in these trips is really reserved for a very few very wealthy people. Suffice it to say that a “ticket” to participate in the Ax-1 mission was sold for 55 million dollars. We will therefore have to wait many more years before these types of holidays can become accessible to most of us “mere mortals”.

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