INDIA TOURISM STATISTICS PREPARATION OF INDIA TOURISM STATISTICS 2007 Dr. R.N. Pandey Additional Director

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  • INDIA TOURISM STATISTICS 2007

    GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF TOURISM

    MARKET RESEARCH DIVISION

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    SECRETARY MINISTRY OF TOURISM

    GOVERNMENT OF INDIA NEW DELHI

    TEL : 23711792, 23321395 Fax : 23717890

    E-mail : sectour@nic.in

    November 17, 2008

    FOREWORD

    The availability of the latest and reliable tourism statistics is one of the important pre-requisites for preparation of programmes and policies relating to development of tourism in the country. The publication “India Tourism Statistics” giving the latest as well as time series data on a number of tourism related variable, is an important endeavour of the Ministry of Tourism (MOT) in this direction.

    With 5.08 million Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) and US$ 10.73 billion Foreign Exchange Earnings (FEE) in 2007, tourism achieved an impressive growth in India. The growth was higher than that in the world and the Asia Pacific region. In the Asia Pacific Region, India ranks 11th in terms of FTAs and 6th in terms of FEE during 2007.

    The 2006 issue of the publication was brought out in February 2008. Efforts have been made to reduce the time lag in bringing out the 2007 issue of the publication. This publication, 50th in the series, provides time series data relating to FTAs, FEE, domestic tourism, hotels, travel trade agencies and training institutions in the field of travel and tourism. The guidelines for hotels and travel trade, including those for classification of hotels, bed & breakfast establishments and registration of travel agents and tour operators have been also included in this publication for wider publicity.

    I am sure that information contained in this publication will be useful for all involved in the travel and tourism industry including policy makers, administrators and researchers. We would, however, welcome suggestions for improvement in the content and coverage of the publication.

    Based on the information available from Bureau of Immigration (BOI), States/ Union Territories, Archaeological Survey of India, UNWTO, etc., this publication has been prepared by the officers and staff of the Market Research Division of MOT. They deserve my appreciation for their hard work.

    (Sujit Banerjee)

  • OFFICERS OF MARKET RESEARCH DIVISION ASSOCIATED WITH THE PREPARATION OF INDIA TOURISM STATISTICS 2007

    Dr. R.N. Pandey Additional Director General

    Shri Ajay Kumar Gupta Joint Director General

    Shri K.K. Nath Deputy Director

    Shri S.V. Singh DPA Grade “B”

    Shri S.K. Mohanta DPA Grade “B”

    Shri Rajender Prasad DPA Grade “B”

    Smt. Charu Arora DEO Grade “A”

  • CONTENTS

    CHAPTER PAGE

    Chapter-1 Important Statistics on Tourism 1-4

    Chapter-2 Inbound Tourism- Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India 5-46

    2.1 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India 7

    Table 2.1.1 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India , 1981-2007 7

    Table 2.1.2 Nationality-wise Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India, 2005-2007 8-10

    2.2 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India from different Regions 10

    Table 2.2.1 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India from different Regions of the World, 2005-2007 11

    2.3 Seasonality in Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India 11

    Table 2.3.1 Month-wise Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India during 2007 and comparative figures of 2006 & 2005 11

    Table 2.3.2: Lean and Peak Months of Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India during 2007 from Top 15 Countries 13

    Table 2.3.3 Nationality-wise and Quarter-wise Foreign Tourists Arrivals in India, 2007 13-15

    2.4 Mode of Travel 16

    Table 2.4.1 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India according to Mode of Travel, 1996-2007 16

    Table 2.4.2 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India from different countries according to Mode of Travel in 2007 17-19

    2.5 Port of Entry 19

    Table 2.5.1 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India through Major Ports, 1996-2007 19-20

    Table 2.5.2 Nationality-wise of Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India according to Major Port of Disembarkation, 2007 20-22

    2.6 Classification according to Gender 22

    Table 2.6.1 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India according to Gender, 1996-2007 23

    Table 2.6.2 Nationality-wise Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India according to Gender, 2007 24-26

  • 2.7 Classification according to Age-Group 26

    Table 2.7.1 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India according to Age-Group,1996-2007 27

    Table 2.7.2 Nationality-wise Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India according to Age-Group, 2007 27-29

    2.8 Purpose of visit 30

    Table 2.8.1 Classification of Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India according to Purpose of visit, 2007 30-32

    2.9 Nationality-wise Arrivals and Top 15 Markets for India 32

    Table 2.9.1 Top 15 source countries for Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India during 2006 & 2007 33

    Table 2.9.2 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India during 1981 to 2007 from Top 15 Source Countries of 2007 33-35

    Nationality-wise details of top 15 source countries for 2007 35-45

    2.10 Foreign Exchange Earnings from Tourism in India 45

    Table 2.10.1 Foreign Exchange Earnings of India from Tourism during 1991-2007 45

    Table 2.10.2 Month-wise Foreign Exchange Earnings from Tourism (in Rs. Crore) during 2005 & 2007 46

    Table 2.10.3 Month-wise Foreign Exchange Earnings from Tourism in India (in Million US$) during 2005 and 2007 46

    Chapter-3 World Tourism Scenario and India’s Position in World 47-56

    3.1 World Tourism Traffic 49

    Table 3.1.1 International Tourist Arrivals world-wide and by Regions, 2001-2007 49-50

    Table 3.1.2 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India and World, 1996-2007 50

    Table 3.1.3 Countries which are above India in terms of Tourist Arrivals, 2005-2007 51-52

    3.2 International Tourism Receipts 52

    Table 3.2.1 International Tourism Receipts world-wide and by Regions, 2001-2007 53

    Table 3.2.2 International Tourism Receipts and India’ s Share and Rank, 1991-2007 54

    Table 3.2.3 Countries which are above India in terms of Tourism Receipt, 2005-2007 55

  • Chapter-4 Outbound Tourism-Indian Nationals Going Abroad 57-64

    Table 4.1.1 Statistics of Indian National Going Abroad, 1991-2007 59

    Table 4.1.2 Port-wise Departures of Indians Going Abroad, 2000-2007 60

    Table 4.1.3 Destination-wise Indian Nationals Outbound Travel, 2000-2006 61-63

    Chapter-5 Domestic Tourism 65-80

    5.1 Domestic & Foreign Tourists Visits during 1991-2007 67

    Table 5.1.1 Domestic & Foreign Tourist Visits to States/ UTs, 1991-2007 68

    Table 5.1.2 State/UT Wise Domestic and Foreign Tourists Visits, 2005-2007 68-69

    Table 5.1.3 Percentage Shares and Ranks of different States/UTs in Domestic and Foreign Tourist Visits during 2007 70-71

    5.2 Visitors to Centrally Protected Ticketed Monuments 71

    Table 5.2.1 Visitors to Centrally Protected Ticketed Monuments, 1996-2007 72

    Table 5.2.2 Domestic and Foreign Visitors at 10 Most Popular Centrally Protected Ticketed ASI Monuments during 2007 73

    Table 5.2.3 Number of Visitors to Centrally Protected Ticketed Monuments, 2005-2007 74-80

    Chapter-6 Approved Hotels 81-110

    6.1 Approved Hotels. 83

    Table 6.1.1 Number of Approved Hotels and Availability of Rooms during 2006 & 2007 83

    6.2 Distribution of Hotels in different cities of India 83

    Table 6.2.1 Distribution of Hotel and Rooms in India, 2007 84-106

    6.3 Occupancy rates of different categories of hotels by domestic & foreign tourists during 2007 106

    Table 6.3.1 Occupancy Rate, 2006 & 2007 107

    6.4 Indian Hotel Industry Survey 2006-07 108-109

    Table 6.4.1 Analysis of Hotel Guests 2006-2007 109-110 Table 6.4.2 Distribution of Hotel Guests by Country of Origin,

    2006-2007 110

  • Chapter-7 Travel Trade 111-114

    7.1 Tour Operators, Travel Agents, Tourist Transport Operators, Adventure Tour Operators and Domestic Tour Operators 113

    Table 7.1.1 State-wise Number of Recognized Tour Operators, Travel Agencies, Tourist Transport Operators, Adventure Tour Operators & Domestic Tour Operators 113-114

    Chapter-8 Human Resource Development 115-124

    8.1 Indian Institutes of Tourism & Travel Management 117

    Table 8.1.1 Number of Students Enrolled in Indian Institutes of Tourism and Travel Management in recent years 118

    8.2 Hotel Management and Catering Institutes 118

    Table 8.2.1 Details of Courses Offered by Institutes of Hotel Managements/Food Craft Institutes 119-120

    Table 8.2.2 Student on Roll in Institutes of Hotel Management & Food Craft Institutes Affiliated With National Council Academic Year 2006-07 120-121

    Table 8.2.3 Students on Roll in Institutes of Hotel Management & Food Craft Institutes Affiliated With National Council Academic Year 2007-08 122-123

    Chapter-9 Plan Outlays 125-130

    9.1 Annual Plan Outlays and Financial Assistance provided to States 127

    Table 9.1.1 Scheme wise Annual Plan Outlays (2008-09) Ministry of Tourism 128

    Table 9.1.2 Scheme wise Outlay for the Eleventh Five Year Plan of MOT 129

    Table 9.1.3 State-wise Tourism Projects Sanctioned during 10th Five Year Plan 130

    Chapter-10 Surveys And Studies 131-142

    10.1 Evaluation of the Plan Scheme Financial Assistance to State for Product Infrastructure development for Circuits/Destinations 133-136

    10.2 Evaluation of the Capacity Building for Service P