Post Covid travel in South Asian Countries

With the rise of covid-19 pandemic, all of us have been forced to live within the walls of our homes. People these days are skeptical of even going to buy the groceries. While fear has occupied many, many are waiting for even a single opportunity freshen up their minds by traveling, hoping for the travel bans to vanish. Those who were not into traveling have been dying to escape out of the four walls and live their lives in the best way possible. Even though pandemic brought huge unfortunate events, it taught us one thing and that is to not take life for granted. “Life is very short and should be lived to its fullest”. The travel restrictions are starting to ease as the covid wave appears to be shallow. The current trends and surveys say that consumer preference and behavioral pattern on resumption of travel will be proximity based. Meaning that people are looking for physically relevant and timely trips. Tourism sector of the entire world shook with the breakthrough of covid-19. South Asian countries has to be the most affected part in the world due to the pandemic. On top of that political instability and natural disasters remained persistent. The South Asian region consists of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Maldives. These 8 countries are so close to each other despite share abundance diversity starting from climate to culture, the Himalayas to the Indian Ocean

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