The Indian government is taking various steps to develop the Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep into world-class tourism destinations. However, several challenges have previously inhibited the rise of tourism on these islands. Read on to know more.
Hiring momentum in the Indian hospitality industry is improving as several companies resume their hiring plans. However, various issues may make it difficult for them to close the gaps. Read on to know more.
Most countries have reopened their borders to fully vaccinated international tourists. This article highlights some best practices followed by tourism-dependent destinations such as Maldives, Dubai, and Croatia, which are now hailed as leading examples of destinations getting their inbound tourism back on track post-COVID.
The popularity of staycations has grown manifolds in the last year. However, a prevalent debate in the hospitality industry is whether this is a passing fad or a long-term trend. Read on to learn more.
Smart tech is poised to play a greater role in future hotels. It gives hoteliers endless possibilities to differentiate themselves from the competition and exceed the expectations of the guests of tomorrow. Read on to know more.
The Indian hotel sector is experiencing a surge in demand, with occupancy levels of over 40% in most major markets. However, the sector should not lower its guard on safety measures now as any short-term lapses could weaken all gains made to date.
The Indian tourism sector is gradually coming back to life after the second wave of the pandemic in the country. State governments are taking several steps to revive the sector, some of which have been highlighted in this article.