New Delhi, June 1: Indians are keen to travel to different places and try to explore new places, according to experts.
Alankar Chandra, co-founder and CEO of wildlife and nature tourism firm Wild Voyager, and a report by Make My Trip have pointed some summer travel trends of this year:
* Indians have shown interest in exploring destinations which are less visited like North-East places like Gangtok, Shillong, Lachung and on the International front like Iceland and Antarctica.
Even corporate executives and professionals are now booking luxury chalets in Switzerland or beach-houses on the Mediterranean coast.
* More young Indians between the age group of 18-24 are travelling this summer.
* Tourists are majorly concerned by sustainable environment and how can they leave little to no ecological footprint behind when they undertake a wildlife tour.
* Women are likely to go on trips with female friend group or solo travelling as hotels and other stakeholders have made conscious efforts to make travelling more comfortable and safe for them.
* Wildlife lovers like to do photography and the tours related to wildlife are gaining popularity. There has been a dramatic rise in the number of travellers looking to experience premier wildlife destinations such as Masai Mara or Costa Rica