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After a tough two years, travel industry hopeful of recovery in 2022

International forward bookings have jumped up nearly two times and there is over a 400 percent jump in advance bookings for the Christmas week online travel agents say. Here is a look at some of the emerging trends the industry is expecting next year.

December 17, 2021 / 02:38 PM IST
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With the rate of vaccination against COVID-19 rising in India and the country recovering from the second wave of the pandemic, tourism has been picking up in the last few months.

People are already setting the trend of how they want to travel in the new year.

International forward bookings have jumped up nearly two times and there is over a 400 percent jump in advance bookings for the Christmas week as compared to last year, multiple online travel agents (OTAs) told Moneycontrol.

OTAs have also witnessed a significant surge in both international and domestic bookings for popular leisure destinations like Goa, Chandigarh and Jaipur for the end of the current year.