Tourism of India, India tourism,India tourism services,VTS tourism India
Tourism is travel for recreational, leisure orbusiness purposes. Temporary, short-term movement of people todestination outside their resident places.
Tourism industry can be mainly classified into threeforms, namely, DOMESTIC TOURISM INBOUND TOURISM OUTBOUND TOURISM
Wealthy people have alwaystravelled to different parts of theworld. Vaibhav Tourism Services is alargest Tours and travelManagement company in India.
India as a tourism destination is the toast of theworld at the moment. Conde Nast ranked India amongst the top 10 touristdestinations. Travel and tourism industry is the second highestforeign exchange earner for India.
HISTORY TOURISM ADVENTURE TOURISM MEDICAL TOURISM ECO TOURISM
Tourism industry has contributed enormously in theflourishing graph of India’s economy Indian tourism industry contributes to around 5.9% of thecountry’s GDP. The booming success of Indian tourism industry has led to adrastic change in the hospitality department as well. It provides employment to around 41.8 million of inhabitants. The online tourism industry has accounted for a turn over ofUSD 800 million.
Travel & tourism industrys impact on other sectors isvery immense. Sectors like horticulture, agriculture, poultry, handicraftsand construction have benefitted immensely from the traveland tourism industry. Tourism industry also provides indirect employment tomillions of people in India through its linkage with othersectors of the economy.
More disposable income in the hands of middle class. India is a booming IT hub Aggressive advertising campaign “Incredible India” byTourism ministry.
The demand for travel and tourism in India isexpected to grow by 8.2% between 2010 and 2019. Expected to be the second largest employer in theworld. Projected to become the fifth fastest growingbusiness travel destination from 2010-2019.
Worker shortage. Improper communication system to interior places. Economical exploitation of tourists. Pollution problem.
ABTA:- Association of British travel agentsCAA:- Civil Aviation Authority
DCMS:- Department of Culture Media and SportFCO:- Foreign and Commonwealth Office