India is a magical country – full of diversity in landscapes, cultures, ethnicities, and flora and fauna. From the paradisiacal mountains of J&K in the North to the majestic coastline of Kanyakumari in the South; the golden sand dunes of Jaisalmer and white salt marshes of the Great Rann of Kutch to the lush valleys of Northeast, this South Asian country is on the wishlist of millions. Every year, travellers from across the globe plan to explore its incredible richness by touring its many destinations, including Rajasthan, Goa, Kerala, Himachal Pradesh, Meghalaya and Gujarat, among others. With a range of tourism products, namely religious, spiritual, adventure, leisure, wellness and eco-tourism, the country is a paradise for eclectic travellers.
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Catering to the ever-increasing number of tourists, there are umpteen accommodation options; from guesthouses, hostels and budget hotels to heritage properties and luxury resorts that are a huge source of foreign exchange for the country. Further, there are hundreds and thousands of shopping and dining venues taking care of these visitors. In the FY- 2017-18, India tourism industry has earned around 9.2% of India’s GDP. It is estimated that the nation’s income from the tourism sector will be double by the year 2028, approximately US$ 492.21 billion as compared to US$ 234.03 billion in 2017; thus will give a big boost to the country’s economy.
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