How millennials are shaping India's travel space...

How millennials are shaping India's travel space...

How millennials are shaping India's travel space...
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How millennials are shaping India's travel space...

The travel space in India is witnessing an unprecedented rise of millennials travellers who self-manage their travel research and tailor-make their bookings, rather than rely on the limited range of options provided by restricted tour package providers. A new travel trend has also emerged, called 'B-leisure' or 'Bizcation' which combines business and leisure trip.

According to a report by Expedia, millennials were estimated to spend approximately 35 days a year on travel, whether it be leisure or business.

Living by the mantra of "YOLO" - you only live once, and inspired heavily by social media, millennia travellers are driven by unique travel experiences.

Experiences are the mantra of young India and so instead of sightseeing coach tours, millennials demand different, unique experiences like hiking in Sicily's famous Mt. Etna in Italy, bungee jumping off South Africa's Bloukrans Bridge, island to island zipline on Malaysia's Coral Flyer, rides on the Skyline Luge in Sentosa, non-standard stay experiences such as igloo stays in Finland or Bubble Stay in Finland or Bubble Stays in Khao Yai, Thailand; K-cooking experience in South Korea, anime culture tours in Japan among others.