Indians Love To Travel Abroad For Vacations

The data also suggests that Indian travelers are becoming increasingly adventurous with their travel choices.

Bhutan, a popular but remote backpacking route located at the eastern end of the Himalayas, has witnessed a staggering 244 percent increase in overall searches.

Another destination that has gained attraction amongst destination searches is Morocco, witnessing a 261 percent increase in searches compared to last year over the same period.

Far Northern European countries including Greenland and Iceland emerged as exotic summer getaway options with a 210 percent year on year growth.

Overall, around 60 to 65 percent of the travelers prefer South Asian destinations, around 20 to 25 percent are choosing Dubai and Middle Eastern vacations while the rest are heading to Europe, America, Australia and New Zealand, which tend to be high-priced.

Within India, travelers are looking at exploring destinations such as Srinagar, Goa, Kochi and Port Blair.

Skyscanner's trend reports are based on consumer search data for flights on the company's website in between January and April 2013 and the same period in 2014.

(With Agency Inputs)
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