India has slipped from 46th to 54th position in the biennial Tourism Development Index compiled by the World Economic Forum.

India is number one in South Asia. Japan topped the list, followed by the U.S., Spain and France in second, third and fourth place, respectively. It is followed by Germany, Switzerland, Australia and the UK.

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At the same time, although overall international tourism and business travel are below pre-Pandemic levels, higher vaccination rates, a return to travel, and a growing demand for domestic and nature-based tourism have strengthened the region’s recovery.

Story Highlights: India drops to 54th place in WEF’s Travel & Tourism

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