Domestic Tourism Recovery – Case Study
- Pages: 20
- Published: May 2021
- Report Code: GDTT0382MI
This case study looks at the impact COVID-19 has had on domestic tourism and assesses its recovery prospects. It analyzes what destinations are doing to drive domestic travel and looks at what is driving a projected surge in this type of travel.
– Projections show that domestic tourism will recover in most places in 2022 and will be a significant driver in the travel industry’s post-pandemic recovery.
– The Asia Pacific region has one of the brightest futures in domestic tourism thanks to many government initiatives which help make tourism accessible to local people. Subsidized schemes have proven to have a positive impact on tourist numbers throughout the region.
– With international travel struggling to get off the ground in 2021, many tourism companies have an opportunity to capitalize on pent-up demand. Markets such as Generation Hashtag and solo travelers who usually travel abroad could be targeted.
– The UAE introduced a significant social media campaign through the collaboration of ministers, tourism companies and royalty to market its domestic product. Between December 2020 and January 2021, domestic tourism brought in US$272 million to the economy.
– This case study looks at the impact COVID-19 has had on domestic tourism and assesses its recovery prospects. It analyzes what destinations are doing to drive domestic travel and looks at what is driving a projected surge in this type of travel.
Reasons to buy
– Understand the impact COVID-19 has had on domestic tourism
– Assess the recovery prospects of domestic tourism
– Look at what destinations are doing to drive domestic tourism
Spain Tourism Board
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Domestic Travel Overview
Main Case Study Findings
Global Domestic Tourism Trends
COVID-19 and Domestic Tourism
Tourist Motivations for Domestic Tourism
Domestic Tourism Strategies
Examples of Domestic Tourism Resurgence: UAE, Norway & Vietnam
Examples of Domestic Tourism Decline: France & Venezuela