Young people are ditching raunchy 18-30 holidays for 'ego travel' trips that look better on social media

Owner Thomas Cook is reportedly planning to sell off the brand amid dwindling interest.

A survey it did among 18-25s found more than half think about what their Facebook posts will look like before booking a holiday.

They prefer “ego travel” — trips that let them post images to make friends envious — rather than pictures of drunken debauchery.

During Club 18-30’s peak it unashamedly boasted of its reputation for casual sex and drunkenness with the slogan: “It’s go big or go home and only the legendary will do.”

The change could spell the end of the sex-and-booze trips to resorts such as Malia and Ayia Napa.

Thomas Cook said Club 18-30 will operate as usual this summer.

But it added: “We’re exploring options for the future, which could include the possibility of a sale.”

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