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Expedia Launches Flip Flop Report On Beach Behavior Around The World
- The average beach vacation lasts 7.7 days, although this is less true of Koreans, Japanese and Singaporeans, who seem to prefer beach weekends.
- For Americans, one of the least important criteria when selecting a beach destination is a desire to find a new location. This is the opposite for Indians, who view finding a new location to be one of the highest priorities.
- Germans are the most likely to sunbathe nude, and are also the most likely to spend time at the beach with a stranger.
- Fifty percent of travelers keep the presence of sharks in mind when deciding on a beach location. Likewise, 68 percent of beach vacationers admit to not swimming at a beach due to the possibility of sharks.
Click here for the full report. If you're having trouble viewing the infographic, click here for the interactive version.