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World Environment Day: Pandemic influences Indian tourists to travel sustainably in the future

This survey is an outcome of the research commissioned by Booking.com and independently conducted among a sample of 29,349 respondents across 30 countries and territories. Meanwhile, in India, 1,000 respondents participated in the survey.

Ritu Mehrotra, Regional Manager, South Asia at Booking.com said, “Over the six years we have been conducting this research, it is been inspiring to see awareness of the importance of sustainable travel consistently grow, both with our customers and now with our partners, too. We are constantly working towards supporting our partners in their efforts to become more sustainable, by encouraging them to identify, implement and share their sustainability practices with us.”

In its sixth year now, the new research released today by Booking.com suggests that the pandemic has been the tipping point for travellers to finally commit to their own sustainable journey, with 75 per cent of Indian travellers believing people have to act now to save the…

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