With the relaxation of COVID-19 limitations in several nations throughout the world, the tourist sector is regaining power. While relaxation and sightseeing are the most essential criterion for most guests, tourism is gaining traction in India.
As per Thomas Cook and SOTC Travel research, tourism in India has increased by 35%. With the Indian government’s emphasis on connection and infrastructure development, many destinations are gaining popularity.
According to Thomas Cook, its product offering has been broadened in this regard to provide a selection of distinctive local experiences spanning culture, food, and outdoor adventure.
World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) research has revealed that the tourism sector’s contribution to the Indian economy could soon surpass pre-pandemic levels in 2022.
Julia Simpson, WTTC President & CEO, said: “After the pain suffered by India’s Travel & Tourism sector, the future looks bright with Travel & Tourism to and from India set to exceed 2019 levels.”