The Travel review website analyzed data from trips booked between Sept. 1 and Nov. 30 this year and found that 65% of travelers are planning a vacation this fall with 79% getting out of town this month.
Outside of Florida, getaways like Atlantic City, N.J; Myrtle Beach, S.C; Sedona and Scottsdale, Ariz.; San Diego, Calif.; and Savannah, Ga., made the Top 10 list for where most consumers are booking autumn trips.
The data also found that that 55% of travelers this fall are looking for short distanced getaways between two and five nights and 36% are booking one-night stays.
While the Sunshine State was a hot spot for the spread of COVID-19, more people are looking into more permanent vacations in the area. Nearly a thousand people are moving to Florida daily as Americans in high-tax states seek out more affordable options during the pandemic.
Home sales have doubled in some parts of the state with 950 new residents settling in per day, according to a New York Times report citing data from the International Sales Group's summer 2020 Miami Report and an August report from Douglas Elliman.