rajasthan sees less footfall due to pandemic

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Rajasthan Tourism Continues To Suffer As 69% Fall Seen In Domestic Visitors

Pandemic-stricken Rajasthan tourism has witnessed a 69.3% decline in Indian tourists this year. Foreign tourists' figure also fell by 59.54% due to the ongoing pandemic. Moreover, hotel owners complained that the lockdown lifting had aggravated the sufferings. Due to low footfall, the hotels are even unable to pay their staff. Certain guidelines like "Short Stay, Safe Stay", which bounds tourists to visit only specific areas, have also hit the state’s tourism industry.

Sun, 22 Nov 2020 - 02:30 PM / by Archita chakraborty

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