Not taking enough holidays to see what the world has to offer is among the top regrets for many people in Britain, a new poll has found.

Not taking enough holidays to see what the world has to offer is among the top regrets for many people in Britain, a new poll has found.

According to a survey carried out by insurance provider MORE TH>N, two-thirds of over-65s said they regretted not taking the time out to travel more often.

Holidays to India to see the ‘hippy trail’ and to Australia for the Great Barrier Reef were found to be among those the respondents said they wish they had been on.

Pete Markey from MORE TH>N said people umming and aahing about going on holiday this year should seize the day in case they do not get another chance.

“We want this research to act as a call to action for everyone, young and old, to get out there and live life to the full,” he added.

Meanwhile, a recent study published by Kuoni suggested that 34 may be the best age to travel.

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