This country is attractive practically to every type of tourists as it combines various kinds and forms of tourism, including: adventure tourism, heritage tourism, rural tourism, medical tourism, ecotourism, and pilgrimage tourism…
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tourism, including wildlife photography, jungle camping, jungle safari, bird watching, ecotourism and other purposes (Tourism and Hospitality, n.d.). The inflow of the tourists is continuously growing, and it has various impacts on society and environment in the most popular destinations in India. The aim of this research to provide overview of the travel industry in India, to identify five the most popular travel destinations in India, and to analyze what impact does the tourism has on the country in terms of both societal and environmental aspects.
India is very popular tourism destination due to its history, culture, religion, food, geography and other attractions. The number of foreign tourist arrivals in India is continuously growing. Thus, for example, in 2013, the number of foreign tourists arrived to India exceeded 6.97 million – almost 6% increase comparing with the previous year statistics (Ministry of Tourism Government of India, 2014). The number of domestic tourist visits to all States also was significant – 1145 million in 2013 (Ministry of Tourism Government of India, 2014).
The tourism and hospitality industry in India generates significant revenue to the country, and is recognized to be the third largest foreign exchange earner. Revenue of the whole industry is comprised of revenue generated from travel (including leisure, religious, business and conferences, visits of relatives and friends, etc.) and a sum of revenues generated by travelers eating out at any restaurant, takeaways, fine dining, etc. within the country (Tourism and Hospitality, n.d.). Thus, for example, in 2013 the foreign exchange earnings from tourism activity comprised $ 18445 million in US dollars (Ministry of Tourism Government of India, 2014). Due to these numbers, the hotel industry accounts for 6, 2% of GDP of India (Tourism and Hospitality, n.d.).
In order to enter India all visitors are required to have a passport valid for at least 180 days and it should have at
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