Amidst global recession and major economies nose diving, although for shorter spells as of now, there remains a big question mark on the tourism entities including Kerala Tours, India’s most sought after travel ventures.
(TRAVPR.COM) INDIA - September 13th, 2012 - Almost six million foreign tourists remain on the charts that are set to descend onto various holiday destinations, as envisaged by the holiday policy makers in the Indian context. The current year is enthusiastic with companies gearing up for more cash and heavy earnings.
As we ponder over the last three months, we find that peak season is here on the charts especially for the travel industry. In fact, it will also involve leisure holidays as well. India will also witness rising room rates at least by 10 per cent and it is airlines industry that is set to double fares on some of the popular routes.
As we note these hikes, they are going to be done against the backdrop of striking recessionary trends. As we see that corporate travel is expected to get impacted, impact on Kerala tours seems less.
One of the strong bases behind this contention is the fact Kerala tour is one of the significant spots where extensive tour packages are available falling under the cheap price tag.
This is what prevents Kerala tourism from getting negatively impacted by the recession. In fact, that is what makes it all the more significant and worthwhile. It includes large hotel chains such as Marriot, Taj, Oberoi, and ITC that are set to earn handsome amidst this booming era of Indian tourism.
One of the strongest indicators the foreign tourist arrivals, from January to August, the number stood at 3.81 million FTAs thus marking a growth of 10 per cent over 3.46 million that were registered in the same period in 2010. To get more information about Kerala please contact us