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INDIA TOURISM STATISTICS 2009

Government of India Ministry of Tourism Market Research Division

OFFICERS OF MARKET RESEARCH DIVISION ASSOCIATED WITH THE PREPARATION OF INDIA TOURISM STATISTICS 2009Dr. R.N. Pandey Additional Director General

Shri K.K. Nath Shri S.V. Singh Miss. Neha Srivastava Smt. V. Meera Shri Ram Rattan Banga Shri S.K. Mohanta Shri Rajender Prasad Shri Banke Ram Smt. Charu Arora

Deputy Director Programmer Assistant Director Assistant Director Assistant Director DPA Grade B DPA Grade B DPA Grade B DEO Grade A

CONTENTS

CHAPTERChapter- 1 Important Statistics on Tourism Chapter-2 Inbound Tourism- Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India 2.1 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India Table 2.1.1 Table 2.1.2 Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India , 1981-2009 Nationality-wise (FTAs) in India, 2007-2009

PAGE1-5 7-53 9 9 10-12 13 14 14 15 16 17-19 19 20 21-23 24 24 25-27 27 28 29-31 31 32

2.2 FTAs in India from Different Regions Table 2.2.1 FTAs in India from different Regions of the World, 2007-2009

2.3 Seasonality in FTAs in India Table 2.3.1 Table 2.3.2 Table 2.3.3 Month-wise FTAs in India during 2009 and comparative figures of 2008 & 2007 Lean and Peak Months of FTAs in India from top 15 Countries during 2009 Nationality-wise and Quarter-wise FTAs in India, 2009

2.4 Mode of Travel of FTAs in India Table 2.4.1 Table 2.4.2 FTAs in India according to Mode of Travel, 1996-2009 Nationality-wise FTAs in India during 2009 according to Mode of Travel

2.5 Port of Entry of FTAs in India Table 2.5.1 Table 2.5.2 FTAs in India through Major Ports, 1996-2009 Nationality-wise FTAs in India according to Major Port of Disembarkation, 2009

2.6 Gender Distribution of FTAs in India Table 2.6.1 Table 2.6.2 FTAs in India according to Gender, 1996-2009 Nationality-wise FTAs in India according to Gender, 2009

2.7 Age Distribution of FTAs in India Table 2.7.1 FTAs in India according to Age-Group, 1996-2009

Table 2.7.2

Nationality-wise FTAs in India according to Age-Group, 2009

32-34 35 35-37 37 38 38-40 40-51 52 52 53 53 55-64 57 58 58 60 60 60-61

2.8 Purpose of Visit of FTAs in India Table 2.8.1 Classification of FTAs in India according to Purpose of Visit, 2009 2.9 Top 15 Source Countries for FTAs in India Table 2.9.1 Table 2.9.2 Top 15 Source Countries for FTAs in India during 2008 & 2009 FTAs in India during 1981 to 2009 from Top 15 Source Countries of 2009

Details of FTAs from the top 15 source countries for 2009 2.10 Foreign Exchange Earnings from Tourism in India Table 2.10.1 FEE from from Tourism in India during 1991-2009 Table 2.10.2 Month-wise FEE from Tourism (in Rs. Crore) in India during 2007 - 2009 Table 2.10.3 Month-wise FEE from Tourism (in Million US$) in India during 2007 - 2009 Chapter-3 World Tourism Scenario and Indias Position in World 3.1 World Tourism Traffic Table 3.1.1 Table 3.1.2 Table 3.1.3 International Tourist Arrivals Worldwide and By Regions, 2002 and 2005-2009 International Tourist Arrivals in World and India , 1996-2009 Countries which are above India in terms of Tourist Arrivals, 2007-2009

3.1.2 Outbound Tourism Table 3.2.1 No. of Outbound Tourists of Some Selected Countries of the World and their Percentage Share of Indian During 2006 and 2007

3.3 International Tourism Receipts Table 3.3.1 Table 3.3.2 Table 3.3.3 International Tourism Receipts Worldwide and by Regions, 2005 and 2007-2009 International Tourism Receipts and India s Share and Rank, 1996-2009 Countries which are above India in terms of Tourism Receipts, 2007-2009

61 62 63 64

Chapter-4 Outbound Tourism-Indian Nationals Departures from India Table 4.1 Table 4. 2 Table 4. 3 Number of Indian Nationals Departures from India, 1991 to 2009 Port-wise Departures of Indian Nationals from India, 2002-2009 Destination-wise Number of Indian Nationals Departures from India, 2001-2008

65-71 67 68 69-71 73-88 75 75-76 77-78 78-80 81 81-82 83 84-88 89-113 91 91 91 92-109 110 111 111

Chapter-5 Domestic Tourism 5.1 Domestic & Foreign Tourist Visits during 1991-2009 Table 5.1.1 Table 5.1.2 Domestic & Foreign Tourist Visits to States/ UTs, 1991-2009 State/UT wise Domestic and Foreign Tourists Visits, 2008-2009

Table 5.1.3 Percentage Share and Rank of different States/UTs in Domestic and Foreign Tourist Visits during 2009 5.2 Visitors to Centrally Protected Ticketed Monuments Table 5.2.1 Table 5.2.2 Table 5.2.3 Visitors to Centrally Protected Ticketed Monuments, 1996-2009 Domestic and Foreign Visitors at 10 Most Popular Centrally Protected Ticketed ASI Monuments during 2009 Number of Visitors to Centrally Protected Ticketed Monuments, 2007-2009

Chapter-6 Approved Hotels 6.1 Approved Hotels. Table 6.1.1 Number of Approved Hotels and Availability of Hotel Rooms during 2007 & 2008

6.2 Distribution of Hotels in different Cities of India Table 6.2.1: Distribution of Hotels and Hotel Rooms in India, 2008 6.3 Indian Hotel Industry Survey 2008-09 Table 6.3.1 Table 6.3.2 Typical Room Profile of an Average Hotel, 2008-09 by Category of Hotels Average Number of Employees per Hotel (Permanent/Contract/Full Time/Part Time), 2008-09 by Category of Hotels Average Percentage of Trained Employees per Hotel, 2008-09 by Category of Hotels

Table 6.3.3

112

Table 6.3.4 Table 6.3.5 Chapter-7 Travel Trade 7.1

Distribution of Hotel Guests by Country of Origin, 2008-09

112-113 113

Analysis of Hotel Guests, 2008-09 by Category of Hotels

115-118 Tour Operators, Travel Agents, Tourist Transport Operators, Adventure Tour Operators and Domestic Tour Operators 117

Table 7.1.1

State-wise Number of Recognized Tour Operators, 117-118 Travel Agencies, Tourist Transport Operators, Adventure Tour Operators & Domestic Tour Operators 119-123 121 121

Chapter-8 Human Resource Development 8.1 Indian Institutes of Tourism & Travel Management Table 8.1.1 Number of Students Enrolled and Passed out from Indian Institutes of Tourism and Travel Management (IITTM) from its three Centres

8.2 Hotel Management and Catering Institutes Table 8.2.1 Details of Courses Offered by Institutes of Hotel Managements /Food Craft Institutes

122 122-123 125-130 127 128 129 130

Chapter-9 Plan Outlays 9.1 Annual Plan Outlays and Financial Assistance Provided to States Table 9.1.1 Table 9.1.2 Table 9.1.3 Scheme-wise Annual Plan Outlays of Ministry of Tourism for 2010-11 Scheme-wise Plan Outlay of Ministry of Tourism for the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-2012) State-wise Number of Projects* and Amount Sanctioned* during 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10 of 11th Five Year Plan

Chapter-10 Surveys & Studies Summary of the Study Report on Infrastructure Gaps in Tourism Sector at Five Tourist Destinations in India based on Perception of Tourists Summary of the Study Report on Problems and Prospects of Accessible Tourism in India Chapter-11 Financial Assistance Provided by Tourism Finance Corporation of India ( TFCI) 11.1. Financial Assistance Provided by Tourism Finance Corporation of India

131-151 133-143

144-151 153-156 155

Table 11.1.1 Assistance Sanctioned and Disbursed by TFCI during 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10 Table 11.1.2 Project-wise and Purpose-wise Classification of Financial Assistance Provided by TFCI during 2009-10 Appendices (i) (ii) Guidelines for Project Approval & Classification of Time Share Resorts (Appendix-I) Guidelines for Classification of Heritage Hotels (Appendix-II)

155 156 157-282 159-167 169-171 173-183 185-203 205-214 215-222 223-230 231-238 239-253 254-262 263-264 265-273

(iii) Guidelines for approval of Convention Centers (Appendix-III) (iv) Guidelines for approval & Classification/Re-classification of Apartment Hotels (Appendix-IV) (v) Guidelines for Approval and Registration of Incredible India Bed & Breakfast Establishments (Appendix-V)

(vi) Guidelines for Recognition as an Approved Travel Agent (Appendix-VI) (vii) Guidelines for Recognition as an Approved Inbound Tour Operator (Appendix-VII) (viii) Guidelines for Recognition as an Approved Tourist Transport Operator (Appendix-VIII) (ix) Guidelines for Recognition as an Approved Adventure Tour Operator (Appendix-IX) (x) Guidelines for Recognition as an Approved Domestic Tour Operator (Appendix-X)

(xi) List of Functional Central Institutes of Hotel Management and Food Craft Institutes (Appendix-XI) (xii) Guidelines of Scheme for IHMs/FCIs/IITTM/ITIs/Polytechnic Institutes/Universities/Govt. Colleges/Govt. Vocational Schools/PSUs (Appendix-XII) (xiii) Revised Guidelines of Scheme for Product/Infrastructure Development for Destinations and Circuits (Appendix-XIII) (xiv) Revised Scheme of Assistance for Large Revenue Generating Projects (Appendix-XIV) Definitions 1. Definitions followed in India 2. International Definitions

274-279 280-282

283-289 285-288 288-289

IMPORTANT STATISTICS ON TOURISM, 2009(I) INDIA1. 2. 3. Number of Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India (million) Annual Growth Rate Number of Sea Cruise Passengers (million) Annual Growth Rate Foreign Tourist Arrivals by Mode of Transport (Percentage) i) Air ii) Land iii) Sea 5.11 (P) -3.3 % 0.13 41.0% 89.8 % 9.2 % 1.0 %

4.

Foreign Tourist Arrivals by Port of Entry (Numbers in million and Percentage share) i) Delhi (Airport) 1.68 (32.8%) ii) Mumbai (Airport) 1.11 (21.7%) iii) Chennai (Airport) 0.56 (11.0%) iv) Haridaspur (Land Checkpost) 0.28 (5.5%) v) Bangalore (Airport) 0.33 (6.4%) vi) Dabolim-Goa (Airport) 0.16 (3.0%) vii) Kolkata (Airport) 0.18 (3.6%) viii) Hyderabad (Airport) 0.15 (2.9%) ix) Trivandrum (Airport) 0.11 (2.1%) x) Cochin (Airport) 0.11 (2.1%) xi) Others 0.44 (8.9%) xii) All Ports 5.11 (100.0%) Foreign Tourist Arrivals F