Boasting the intriguing historical sites, Bihar in north-eastern India has turned out to be major crowd puller among global holidaymakers bagging tickets to travel on international flights to the country.
From January to August, the state attracted more than 840,000 international travellers who bought tickets deals on flights to this country. It is expected that the count is expected to exceed 1 million this year, the tourism minister revealed.
Receiving one out of six travellers, it turned to be a major crowd puller among global vacationers spending on air tickets for travelling on flights connecting India.
The historical gems and great endeavours by tourism authority are among the major reasons to cause a surge in tourist arrival.
The famous Buddhist sites including Bodh Gaya, Nalanda and Vaishali are among the major draws that set travellers in a mad scramble to look for cheap tickets options on direct or indirect flights headed to India.
In a bid to beguile more vacationers, authorities are leaving no stone unturned. Recently, a road show at Mauritius was organised during an international meet. In addition, the government is actively participating in World Travel Market (WTM) 2012 meet scheduled to take place from November 5-8 in London.
The north-eastern destination of India boasts a wealth of cultural and spiritual tourist trappings and lives up to the expectation of every holidaymaker who spends on tickets deals and packages forinternational flights to India. With such attractions and continuous efforts of the government, it is expected that Bihar will catch the fancy of more foreign vacationers who are flocking to India.