iGATE RESEARCH report entitled "India Outbound Tourism Market and Forecast to 2018" provides an in-depth analysis of the booming India outbound tourism industry. This 182 page report is enriched with 98 Figures and 56 Tables to present a clear picture of Indian Outbound Tourism Industry.
The sluggish economy and poor sentiments did not have any adverse impact on the Indian Outbound Tourism Market. Despite drastic fluctuations in rupee value recently, numbers of outbound tourist’s departures from India did not take a hit. India has emerged as the world's fastest–growing outbound market and in absolute numbers it is second only to China. The foreign tourism boards are gearing up to meet the growing number of Indians who are travelling abroad and splurging. While many of the National Tourism Organizations have established their own offices in the country, others are making use of representations or their embassies/cultural desks to test the waters, before taking the plunge. Personal and official travel for Holiday/Leisure, Business and MICE tourism are the most significant contributors for growing outbound travel. The easy availability of attractive packages, increased promotion by travel agents/tour operators and destination countries will further drive outbound departures.
In terms of Indian tourist’s departures from India, Thailand has emerged as the most popular tourist destination for Indian travelers. Thailand is being followed by Singapore. United States and China stands at the 3rd and 4th spot for Indian tourists respectively. While Malaysia stands at the fifth spot in 2013.
In terms of spending by Indian tourists, United States is the leader, followed by Thailand and Singapore. Australia and United Kingdom stands at the 3rd and 4th spot respectively and the gap between them are narrowing. Italy is holding 6th position in the year 2013, being followed by Malaysia, which is at 7th spot in the same year.
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