No leave from work, high airfares hit Indian holidayers
Asked about their holiday plans in 2013, the respondents predicted fewer trips and expected inflation and lack of leave to be their top vacation impediments next year too.
They also expressed concerns that in 2013, higher airfares and increase in costs of hotel rooms would be the top two things that would burn a hole in their pockets.
About 25 per cent respondents said they would choose destinations next year where they can reach by road or train to avoid expensive airfares. 54 per cent respondents said they would take a minimum of two-three holidays next year while 56
percent people were in favour of spending more holidays in 2013 compared to 2012.
For them the top destinations on the vacation list for 2013 are Goa, Munnar, Ooty, Manali, Jaipur, Ladakh, Srinagar, Agra and Puducherry on domestic circuit while internationally they would prefer to go to Singapore, Dubai, London, Bangkok,
Hong Kong, Paris, New York, Bali, Phuket and Sydney for vacation, it said.
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