India’s foreign tourism to cross $ 42 billion by 2024, government can make big changes for the sector: Report

India’s outbound tourism will cross US$ 42 billion by 2024. Giving this information in a report, it has been said that the government can bring some policy changes to promote this growing market.

India’s outbound tourism will cross US$ 42 billion by 2024.

India’s outbound tourism will cross US$ 42 billion by 2024. Giving this information in a report it has been said that government To promote this growing market, some policy changes can be brought. Prepared by Nangia Anderson LLP in association with FICCI, this report throws light on the Indian travel market. The title of this report is Outbound Travel and Tourism – An Opportunity Untapped.

What changes will the government make?

The report outlines how to make the travel experience more value-added for Indian tourists and travelers. The report said that the government should make concerted and coordinated efforts to promote direct connectivity to popular destinations, apart from allowing foreign cruise ships to operate on Indian waters.

Poonam Kaur, Partner (Government & Public Sector), Nangia Andersen LLP said that with the positive response from foreign delegations and their policies, our government can definitely establish bilateral relations for both inbound and outbound tourists.

Bad condition of tourism in Sri Lanka

Let us tell you that amidst the huge economic crisis in Sri Lanka, there is a big protest of the people. This has also affected Sri Lanka’s tourism industry. According to reports, Sri Lanka’s tourist coach operators claim that due to the current oil shortage, they have had to increase their fares. This has had a bad effect on the tourism of the country because people who come to Sri Lanka have told other people about the situation here.

Tourist coach operators say that they are charging a lot of money to take tourists from one place to another. Because of this, most tourists take the help of bus or train. According to the report, despite the economic crisis in Sri Lanka, some foreigners have come to the country. However, once they come here, they have to face a lot of trouble due to the shortage of oil. Tourists also have to face difficulties to go from the hotel to the nearest city.

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