Ru­pee fall works well for in­bound

TravTalk - India - - GUESTCOLUM­N -

Although the falling value of the ru­pee against the dol­lar has been a source of dis­com­fort for the out­bound in­dus­try, the in­bound tour op­er­a­tors sure seem like a happy lot. Since most of the tour op­er­a­tors sell their in­bound pack­ages well in ad­vance and the rates are usu­ally de­cided in dol the cur­rent ex­change rate be­cause they can now it is quoted in ru­pees, the For­eign Tour Op­er­a­tors (FTOs), with whom In­dian op­er­a­tors work, would tourist or the end cus­tomer, still re­mains de­bat­able. In this sce­nario, what seems cer­tain is that In­dia as a des­ti­na­tion be­comes cheaper to travel and might as well at­tract more in­ter­na­tional tourists.

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