Travelers from Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities are more outbound! Here’s how they travel
Indians love to travel. The success of travel based start ups is proof enough. Moreover, the disposable income of young Indians is what has made global travel companies like
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How many people travel abroad?
Almost 40% of outbound travel happens from these cities. So there are plenty of people from Tier 2 and 3 cities, whom you see queuing up in visa offices. ALSO READ: Europe trip on a shoestring budget: Flanders
International and domestic destinations they travel to
They majorly travel to Goa, Kerala, Kashmir, Ladakh,
For Outbound, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Europe, Russia, UAE are among their bucket lists.
What kind of hotels do they stay in?
Accommodation preferred by these travellers is mostly 4 and 5 star. Price range depends on destination to destination. But the quality travel is in demand.
Travellers from Tier 2 & Tier 3 cities look for exotic destinations now with different themed holidays such as Cruise, Self Drive, and Adventure are in trend. Long hauls destinations are also in demand.