The Park Holidays

Want to travel, post-COVID-19
it won't be the same.

An outbreak of coronavirus last year has changed our entire world. And not for a short time. It continues to hamper our economies on a larger scale. Apart from health care - where heroes wearing robes continue to fight on the front lines - few sectors have been hit badly one of which is the tourism industry. Travel and Tourism are affected in the most predominated way, bookings dropped by more than 95% in disease outbreaks back in January. Though countries are trying to emerge from this pandemic, various guidelines and protocols have been shared by the governments. The same is for the Travel industry, but people are paranoid enough and are preferring to stay indoors, rightly so.

All nations were ordered to stay at home, tour companies had laid-off workers, and hotels were turned into hospitals.

But now, the vaccination rollout is going on and we have a humongous population to cater off. The earth seems to be moving backwards. Now that things are starting to

return to “normal”, many have raised the question of travel, especially international tourism. Will it look very different?

The question is still vague and our Future depends on our present doings. When will we be able to go again? The short answer no one knows. In the meantime, we see tourism recovering in stages - first locally, then home-to-regional, and international travel will certainly be the last. In addition, several factors will affect tourism such as whether public aviation is administrative, different entry requirements, the issuance of vaccines, and the recognition of different vaccine "products", to name a few

Travel Conditions in India

Home travel is already open in India and is likely to remain the same and we are thankful to the government that travel is going on in these testing times although not for leisure.

International travel will depend to a large extent on the release of the COVID-19 vaccine worldwide, but it is expected to increase by the end of 2021. COVID-19 whether it will be here to stay or if we will face another fall as we approach winter is yet to be seen.

Although, vaccinated travelers will be the first to receive a warm welcome.

As much of the research has suggested & predicts that governments will need to shut down and shut down the frequent movement of people to curb the rising cases of COVID-19 cases, to keep demands on health care systems at a manageable level. Our country has fought bravely and we have seen many casualties during the second wave, however with the pace the vaccination is going on in our country, we may get back to normal in the early fall of 2022. This means that there will be travel opportunity windows that appear only in the early days of 2022. Even if planes wish to return to the air, seats will be limited and we can see a significant increase in prices between those windows. Tourism restrictions will continue to shape tourism in the coming months, and quick and reliable access to this information will be the only way to make travel plans.

Home travel is already open in India and is likely to remain the same and we are thankful to the government that travel is going on in these testing times although not for leisure.

International travel will depend to a large extent on the release of the COVID-19 vaccine worldwide, but it is expected to increase by the end of 2021. COVID-19 whether it will be here to stay or if we will face another fall as we approach winter is yet to be seen.

Although, vaccinated travelers will be the first to receive a warm welcome.

How this will look good is hard to guess. For example, many countries are ahead of the rest of the world in terms of vaccination. Does this mean that they will be among the first to open their doors? What about countries such as India or Brazil, which are among the countries most affected by the virus, and rely on tourism? Could it be that they are eager to resume their journey, or will the depth of their nightmare mean that they are even more reluctant to let immigrants come in? There are many unanswered questions to this answer, only time can help us see a healthy future.

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