A new survey of those taking luxury trips abroad, by travel brand Red Savannah, suggests that Brexit negotiations and the weaker pound will make little difference to their plans for 2017 holidays.

The poll of 9,468 regular travellers was carried out at the end of December, with the majority of respondents (78%) saying that Brexit made no difference as to whether they were going to undertake luxury travel or not in 2017.

A similar figure (75%) felt that the weaker value of the pound would not impact on the number of holidays they would take this year.

The areas most respondents said they would be most likely to visit in 2017 are Europe – 35%, Asia – 15%, Africa – 12%, North America – 11%, Australasia – 8%, South America – 6%, Indian Ocean – 6% and Indian Subcontinent – 6%.

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