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World Tourism Day 2021 – Tourism for Inclusive Growth

Tourism is one of the most enticing business sectors contributing to a large chunk of the global economy and socio-cultural-political harmony. This is also why the nations across the globe are promoting domestic as well as cross-border tourism. To foster the spirit of tourism and boost the tourism economy, the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has celebrated September 27 as World Tourism Day, every year since 1980. This day is observed with great pomp and zeal by governments, tourism companies, enthusiasts, and other tourism-related enterprises across the globe.

Amidst the lingering perils of the pandemic, the world tourism industry has suffered tremendously. To bring the fervor and spontaneity of tourism back into the game, the theme for World Tourism Day 2021 has been designated to celebrate tourism for inclusive growth. This is highly appropriate at a time when the global tourism industry is trying to make a comeback and register positive growth.

The official celebrations of this year’s World Tourism Day will be hosted by Cote d’Ivoire to drive the wheels of inclusive growth cruising globally, promoting cultural diversity, respect, and generating ample opportunities.To boost the economy of this marvelous industry the World Tourism Day 2021 also focuses on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to which tourism is a significant pillar.

The global tourism industry has suffered a loss of over $4 trillion due to the pandemic. The UNWTO has identified global vaccination against COVID-19 as a crucial step towards reviving the stumbling condition of the tourism industry.Credits to India’s diverse topography, there are countless places to visit throughout the country. While there are several states where tourists can make the most of this special day, Karnataka can be the best choice.

The state is an epitome of picturesque surroundings, wildlife, cultural diversity, and religious heritage. From mountains and hills to dense forest, sea beaches, and excellent wildlife, there is so much to explore in Karnataka. There’s no wonder why it is considered one of the best states to promote tourism and its importance. Tourists can also participate in various activities, wildlife camps, and other initiatives organised by the state.

The World Tourism Day 2021 offers a novel opportunity to re-envisage the importance of tourism in our lives as well as the global economy. It is time we create the zeal around tourism to triumph over all predicaments and redesign the future of tourism on both a local as well as global scale.

Wishing you all a Happy World Tourism Day.

Tourism is one of the most enticing business sectors contributing to a large chunk of the global economy and socio-cultural-political harmony. This is also why the nations across the globe are promoting domestic as well as cross-border tourism. To foster the spirit of tourism and boost the tourism economy, the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has celebrated September 27 as World Tourism Day, every year since 1980. This day is observed with great pomp and zeal by governments, tourism companies, enthusiasts, and other tourism-related enterprises across the globe.

Amidst the lingering perils of the pandemic, the world tourism industry has suffered tremendously. To bring the fervor and spontaneity of tourism back into the game, the theme for World Tourism Day 2021 has been designated to celebrate tourism for inclusive growth. This is highly appropriate at a time when the global tourism industry is trying to make a comeback and register positive growth.

The official celebrations of this year’s World Tourism Day will be hosted by Cote d’Ivoire to drive the wheels of inclusive growth cruising globally, promoting cultural diversity, respect, and generating ample opportunities.To boost the economy of this marvelous industry the World Tourism Day 2021 also focuses on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), to which tourism is a significant pillar.

The global tourism industry has suffered a loss of over $4 trillion due to the pandemic. The UNWTO has identified global vaccination against COVID-19 as a crucial step towards reviving the stumbling condition of the tourism industry.Credits to India’s diverse topography, there are countless places to visit throughout the country. While there are several states where tourists can make the most of this special day, Karnataka can be the best choice.

The state is an epitome of picturesque surroundings, wildlife, cultural diversity, and religious heritage. From mountains and hills to dense forest, sea beaches, and excellent wildlife, there is so much to explore in Karnataka. There’s no wonder why it is considered one of the best states to promote tourism and its importance. Tourists can also participate in various activities, wildlife camps, and other initiatives organised by the state.

The World Tourism Day 2021 offers a novel opportunity to re-envisage the importance of tourism in our lives as well as the global economy. It is time we create the zeal around tourism to triumph over all predicaments and redesign the future of tourism on both a local as well as global scale.

Wishing you all a Happy World Tourism Day.

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