Indians tourists are going to be amongst the top spenders in 2023 for travel. Between the age of 23-40 years, more travellers are willing to upgrade their experience and splurge on holidays According to research by World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), the travel & tourism sector’s contribution to the Indian economy would surpass the pre-pandemic levels in 2024.
Travelling on a ‘save while spending’ is the new trend and this mode will continue to be a popular choice. In the past two years, travellers have adapted to the idea of ‘travel-now-pay-later’. Though they do want to travel, most of them do not want to use their savings for the same as the fear of another pandemic-like situation still lurks on.
As some countries are yet to catch normally post pandemic. While counties like the USA and the UK are issuing tourist visa in a 365-day process now. This gave rise to opportunity for countries like Maldives as they simply presented themselves as an option and as 1 Indian goes and the rest follows. Given this situation Tourism departments of countries are wanting to get a piece of Indian tourist for the exposure of their place.
Thanks for planning this wonderful trip, except for one glitch rest all were very good experience. Hotels were very nice but more than that I must say all the drivers you had provided to me were the best in their job and were very polite and humble. Once again I am thanking you for the trip , also I have shared your nos. With few of my friends , they might call u for package, please help them for the same. – Arun Iyer Posted on: 17-02-2021
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