Tourism: The travel industry worldwide has been affected due to the pandemic. Around one-tenth of the global economic output is lost due to current global crises. Holidaymakers are confined into their homes due to lockdowns, health prevention, hotels, airlines related risks, and many such risks. However, on the brighter side, the holiday destinations within the country will be crowded with the travellers as they reopen the state and district borders. The earnings of the citizens which usually goes outside the nation due to the international travels will now remain within the nation.
- Countries with more outbound travel and less inbound travel will get benefitted.
- The third quarter of the year can be good for many destinations, compensating for the worst second quarter of the year.
- Few local domestic places have been flooded with so many bookings and inquiries that they are surprised.
- This gives a chance to many travel destinations to please the local citizens and increase their future visiting chances.
- In places like the Maldives and Caribbean islands, limited domestic spending can affect their incomes.
- The hotel and marinas in places like Turkey could take as long as three years to come out of the repercussions of the pandemic.
- Nations like China are already making a strong recovery, having many one-stop destinations, and increasing domestic tourism.