America is about to experience its first solar eclipse in 26 years on August 21st and it appears as though a lot of people want to get the best view of it as humanly possible. According to Hotels.com, more and more travelers are planning to take trips around the eclipse, with certain states seeing a huge uptick in searches because of it.
The site reports that states in the eclipse's diret path, like Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Idaho and Kentucky, are seeing the largest search increases from travelers as compared to a year ago. Overall, Nebraska seems to be the most popular eclipse destination, with a 325% increase in searches, followed by Kansas, with a 200%. Meanwhile, searches for Missouri are up 160%, Idaho is up 135% and Kentucky is up 130%.