India

Why you need us for India

India can be rewarding or India can be challenging. 

In just the last 20 years, the number of outbound tourists from India has grown from 3.5 million to 21.9 million, and is likely to account for 50 Million Foreign Tourists by 2020, there by making it the fastest-growing outbound market behind China

What you need to understand

India Tourism Market – An Overview.

Tagged as the fastest growing economy globally, GDP increasing by more than 8% year on year, India offers enormous potential for future growth as a Source market for Destinations, Attractions, Hotel Chains and DMC’s looking to drive their growth

Improved air connectivity, higher disposable Incomes and greater awareness due to Social Media are opening doors to various new destinations.

For an average short haul outbound leisure holiday, Indians spend about USD857 per trip per person, while for an average long-haul leisure holiday Indians spend roughly USD1,687 per trip per person

Tier 2 Cities are expected to contribute significantly to the next phase of growth in outbound travel
Indian millennials are more adventurous and confident and more inclined towards discretionary consumption of activities such as travel, as opposed to saving.The Younger Generation prefers independent travel over group tours and are more comfortable experimenting with food.

According to the research among the travel trade, the main source regions are west and north (including central India) together accounting for about 65% of all outbound travel, followed by south (25%) and east (10%).

Being a very diverse country with over 50K Travel Agencies, each region having its own habits, Bigfoot Marketing as a Travel & Tourism Representation company bridges this Gap and connects you with the right audience which can help translate down to immediate Business for you.Bigfoot Marketing bridges this Gap and connects you with the right audience that you seek.

We also ensure that you are fully prepared to handle the clients when they arrive and there is no “faux pas” with clients on the Ground.

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