2021 წლიდან დღემდე
For the first four months of 2021, total visitor spending was $2.33 billion2. U.S. West visitors spent $1.56 billion, U.S. East visitors spent $737.5 million and visitors from Japan spent $15.5 million. Available data for Canada showed $17.2 million in visitor spending in the first two months of 2021.
A total of 1,331,115 visitors arrived in the first four months of 2021, down 37.5 percent compared to the same period a year ago. There were more visitors from U.S. West (925,145, +1.5%) but fewer visitors from U.S. East (367,038, -28.8%), Japan (4,277, -98.5%), Canada (4,243, -97.3%) and All Other International Markets (30,412, -86.4%). Additionally, cruise ship activities continued to be suspended in 2021. In comparison, 29,792 visitors came by cruise ships in the first few months of 2020, prior to the CDC’s “No Sail Order.”
Total visitor arrivals decreased 60.6 percent when compared to year-to-date April 2019 arrivals of 3,376,675 visitors (air and cruise). Visitor spending declined by 60.0 percent from the $5.81 billion spent in the first four months of 2019.
აშშ დასავლეთი: In April, 280,222 visitors (versus 2,327 in April 2020) arrived from the Pacific region, and 71,925 visitors (versus 650 in April 2020) came from the Mountain region. In terms of accommodations, 48.5 percent of U.S. West visitors stayed in hotels, 22.6 percent stayed in condominiums, 12.1 percent stayed in rental homes, 10.9 percent stayed in timeshares and 10.7 percent stayed with friends and relatives.
Through the first four months of 2021, visitor arrivals increased from both the Pacific (+1.8%) and Mountain (+10.3%) regions. Year-to-date, daily visitor spending averaged $170 per person.
In terms of travel restrictions, California issued a travel advisory that recommended caution and suggested self-quarantining for unvaccinated Californians returning to the state. In Oregon, returning residents were advised to practice self-quarantine for 14 days after arrival, with the exception of asymptomatic travelers who had received a complete dosage of the COVID-19 vaccine and recorded a minimum of 14 days since their final dose. In Washington, returning residents who were fully vaccinated with an FDA-authorized vaccine did not need to get tested before or after travel unless required by the destination, and did not need to self-quarantine.