Why Americans Don’t Travel Overseas
As I’ve traveled the world, I’ve noticed a shockingly low number of American tourists when compared to citizens of other countries. And while the post-graduate backpacking trip to Europe is still a lively tradition, I’ve been to many parts of the world where American tourists are as rare as a white tiger.
Americans don’t travel internationally that much.
Why is that?
Why is it that the United States, a country with 350 million people and the world’s superpower, turns a blind eye to the rest of the planet, and political figures tout their lack of overseas travel as a plus?
I believe there are a few things that have brought us here: http://thoughtcatalog.com/matthew-kepnes/2013/10/why-americans-dont-travel-overseas/