According to a study, Indians are the most confident travellers in the world.



According to a study by one of the largest online travel agencies in the world, Bookings.com, Indians have become the world's most self-assured travelers. The travel agency found that Indians are the readiest to travel to their preferred places in its APAC Travel Confidence Index.


The study centered on how comfortable a person feels traveling to and discovering new areas after the COVID-19 epidemic. Additionally, it covered consumer concerns, general comfort levels, and factors that encourage travel. On the list of nations ranked by travel confidence, India came out on top, followed by Vietnamese and Chinese in second and third place, respectively.

The fact that India topped Booking.com's APAC Travel Confidence Index is amazing. The results show how many Indian tourists love to travel and are eager to see new places, according to Ritu Mehrotra, commercial director of APAC Booking.com, as quoted by HospeMag.

Despite the COVID-19 restrictions and the post-pandemic behavioral shifts, 86% of Indian travelers want to leave the country in the upcoming 12 months. 70% of all travelers from India acknowledge that a variety of limitations may cause their trip to be interrupted. 78% of respondents argued that leisure is crucial while keeping in mind general health and safety. 11,000 travelers from 11 different nations in the Asia-Pacific were taken into account in the survey.

When asked what could prevent them from traveling, 35% of Indians said border controls were the largest hindrance, while 38% and 37% said the expense of the trip and the possibility of having to undergo obligatory quarantine, respectively. 89% of the responders who were Indian were okay with having their travel plans delayed because of COVID-19 cases.

Meanwhile, 87% of Indians polled expressed support for welcoming tourists and were pleased that their nation has opened its doors to outsiders.

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