Indian Tourism Industry Analysis

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Indian tourism sector is one of the most crucial sectors of the economy in the country. It is not only a significant contributor to GDP and foreign exchange reserve of the country, but also it provides widespread employment. Tourism sector can also be considered the backbone for allied sectors, like hospitality, civil aviation, and transport. Sensing the importance of the sector, Indian Government has invested abundantly in the past for infrastructure development. It has been partially successful with increase in foreign tourist arrivals over the last decade, courtesy “Incredible India Campaign”. Infrastructure in the hospitality sector is still a matter of concern amongst other factors like season-based tourism in some states.

Domestic tourism is very huge in the country, promoted by various intents. Pilgrim and leisure tourism are two very important sectors. A lot of scope is available for new businesses to enter and tap the segment. With the rising economic status of the middle class and affluent population, outbound travel is on the rise. Though Thailand, Malaysia, and Singapore circuit the most favored destinations among the tourists, interest for off-track destinations are also increasing. Foreign tourist arrivals in the country have increased substantially during the past decade motivated by both, business and leisure needs and are further expected to grow at a CAGR of around 8% during 2010-2014, as per our new research report “Indian Tourism Industry Analysis”.

Our thorough analysis of the tourism sector in India has revealed that it is set for a fast growth stage marked by a huge potential in various segments in the industry. Government initiatives, both at center and state level have facilitated rapid development in the sector and are expected to continue in future as well. The market is fragmented and unorganized but is highly competitive. Also, various trends have emerged during the last few years, which are discussed in details in the report.

Our report, “Indian Tourism Industry Analysis” provides detailed analysis of the tourism sector in India. The report facilitates current industry trends and forecast for foreign tourist arrivals, outbound tourists, domestic tourist visits, and several other factors crucial to future developments at regional level. In addition, a detailed analysis of hotel industry has also been provided. Description of key players is also included to efficiently gauge the competition in the market and to provide a balanced research outlook of the tourism industry.
1. ANALYST VIEW

2. INDIAN TOURISM MARKET COMPARED WITH OTHER ASIA-PACIFIC COUNTRIES

2.1 By International Tourist Arrivals
2.2 By International Tourism Receipts

3. INDUSTRY TRENDS AND OPPORTUNITY AREAS

3.1 Government Initiatives
3.2 Innovative Product Development to Counter Seasonal Tourism
3.3 Ecotourism
3.4 Rural Tourism to Increase Tourism Offerings
3.5 Booming Medical Tourism
3.6 Rising Consumer Shift towards Online Travel Management

4. INDIAN TOURISM - PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

4.1 Inbound Tourism
  4.1.1 By Foreign Tourist Arrivals
  4.1.2 By Region
  4.1.3 By Purpose of Visit
  4.1.4 By International Tourism Receipts
4.2 Outbound Tourism
  4.2.1 By Indian National Departures
  4.2.2 By Region
4.3 Domestic Tourism
  4.3.1 Top 5 States in Terms of Tourist Arrivals
    4.3.1.1 Andhra Pradesh
    4.3.1.2 Uttar Pradesh
    4.3.1.3 Tamil Nadu
    4.3.1.4 Karnataka
    4.3.1.5 Rajasthan

5. HOTEL INDUSTRY

6. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE ANALYSIS

6.1 Cox & Kings Ltd.
6.2 Thomas Cook (India) Ltd
6.3 Travel Corporation (India) Ltd
6.4 Mahindra Holidays & Resorts India Ltd.

LIST OF FIGURES:

Figure 3-1: Budget Allocation for Tourism Industry (Billion INR), FY 2010 to FY 2012
Figure 3-2: Budget Allocation for Tourism Industry by Purpose (%), FY 2012
Figure 3-3: Online Travel Industry (Billion INR), 2007-2011
Figure 4-1: International Tourist Arrivals (Million), 2007-2014
Figure 4-2: International Tourist Arrivals by Purpose of Visit (%), 2010
Figure 4-3: International Tourism Receipts (Billion US$), 2007-2014
Figure 4-4: Outbound Tourists (Million), 2007-2014
Figure 4-5: Domestic Tourist Visits (Million), 2007-2014
Figure 4-6: Andhra Pradesh - Domestic Tourist Visits (Million), 2007-2010
Figure 4-7: Andhra Pradesh - Domestic & Foreign Tourist Arrivals (%), 2009
Figure 4-8: Uttar Pradesh - Domestic Tourist Visits (Million), 2007-2010
Figure 4-9: Uttar Pradesh - Domestic & Foreign Tourist Arrivals (%), 2009
Figure 4-10: Tamil Nadu - Domestic Tourist Visits (Million), 2007-2010
Figure 4-11: Tamil Nadu - Domestic & Foreign Tourist Arrivals (%), 2009
Figure 4-12: Karnataka - Domestic Tourist Visits (Million), 2007-2010
Figure 4-13: Karnataka - Domestic & Foreign Tourist Arrivals (%), 2009
Figure 4-14: Rajasthan - Domestic Tourist Visits (Million), 2007-2010
Figure 4-15: Rajasthan - Domestic & Foreign Tourist Arrivals (%), 2009

LIST OF TABLE:

Table 2-1: Asia-Pacific - International Tourist Arrivals by Major Destinations (000), 2008 & 2009
Table 2-2: Asia-Pacific - International Tourist Arrivals by Region (Million), 2008 & 2009
Table 2-3: Asia-Pacific - International Tourism Receipts by Major Destinations (Million US$), 2008 & 2009
Table 2-4: Asia-Pacific - International Tourism Receipts by Region (Billion US$), 2008 & 2009
Table 3-1: Number of Projects & Amount Sanctioned by State (FY 2010)
Table 3-2: Cost of Different Treatments in Comparison to Developed Countries (US$)
Table 4-1: International Tourist Arrivals by Region (%), 2008 & 2009
Table 4-2: International Tourist Arrivals by Top 10 Countries (000), 2008 & 2009
Table 4-3: Outbound Tourists by Top 10 Countries (2008)
Table 4-4: Domestic Tourists Visit by State/UT (000), 2008 & 2009
Table 4-5: Andhra Pradesh - Number of Hotels & Rooms by Category (2008)
Table 4-6: Uttar Pradesh - Number of Hotels & Rooms by Category (2008)
Table 4-7: Tamil Nadu - Number of Hotels & Rooms by Category (2008)
Table 4-8: Karnataka - Number of Hotels & Rooms by Category (2008)
Table 4-9: Rajasthan - Number of Hotels & Rooms by Category (2008)
Table 5-1: Classification of Hotel Industry
Table 5-2: Average Occupancy Rate in Key Cities (%), FY 2006 to FY 2010
Table 5-3: Average Room Rates in Key Cities (INR), FY 2006 to FY 2010
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