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Expedia Vacation Deprivation Report 2014: India is the 4th most Vacation Deprived nation globally

On November 07, 2014 at 11:01 AM
Expedia Vacation Deprivation Report 2014: India is the 4th most Vacation Deprived nation globally

Indians most willing globally to make sacrifices for more vacation days (96%)

About the survey:Expedia.com®, the world’s largest online travel agency, today released the results of the 2014 Vacation Deprivation report, an annual analysis of vacation habits across multiple countries and continents. The survey highlights that India is the fourth most vacation deprived nation globally, with 67% of Indians saying they feel very or somewhat vacation deprived. Read more

Expedia Holiday Spending Index: Indians globally most excited to spend money on vacation

On June 17, 2014 at 10:45 AM
Expedia Holiday Spending Index: Indians globally most excited to spend money on vacation

 

Expedia Holiday Spending Index: Indians globally most excited to spend money on vacation

Indians splurge most on food from during vacation @ airport, flight and hotel

New Delhi, Jun 11, 2014– Expedia.com®, one of the world’s largest online travel agency, today released the results of the 2014 Holiday spending Index, an analysis of preferences among travelers around the world for spending money for a vacation. The survey highlights the maturation of the Indian traveler who does not shy away from spending money for satisfying their wanderlust. Read more

Expedia.co.in 2013 Vacation Deprivation Study: India comes down six positions to feature as 10th most vacation deprived nation

On November 29, 2013 at 12:58 PM
Expedia.co.in 2013 Vacation Deprivation Study: India comes down six positions to feature as 10th most vacation deprived nation

2013 Vacation Deprivation Study: India comes down six positions to feature as 10th most vacation deprived nation

Indians lag in maintaining a work-life balance; 94% stay connected to work during vacations Read more

Expedia Flip Flop Survey: 40% Indians workout to get beach-ready Indian beach vacationers most conscious about their ‘looks’ at beach -26% have postponed vacations to get in shape 95% Indians likely to head to beaches this year, highest globally

On July 08, 2013 at 06:09 AM
Expedia Flip Flop Survey: 40% Indians workout to get beach-ready Indian beach vacationers most conscious about their ‘looks’ at beach -26% have postponed vacations to get in shape 95% Indians likely to head to beaches this year, highest globally

New Delhi, July 8, 2013– Expedia.com®, the world’s largest online travel agency, today released the results of the 2013 Flip Flop Report, an analysis of behavior and preferences among beachgoers in Asia, North America, South America, Europe and Australia. The survey highlights the maturation of Indian travelers, as they prefer to do their own research, consult reviews, blogs and social media while planning their vacation. This survey was conducted online from April 19 to May 15 across Asia Pacific, Europe, North America and South America by Harris Interactive among 8,606 respondents in 21 countries. Read more

Expedia.com 2012 Vacation Deprivation Study: India climbs up a rank, emerges as the 4th Most Vacation Deprived Nation

On November 17, 2012 at 06:35 AM
Expedia.com 2012 Vacation Deprivation Study: India climbs up a rank, emerges as the 4th Most Vacation Deprived Nation

Expedia.com 2012 Vacation Deprivation Study: India climbs up a rank, emerges as the 4th Most Vacation Deprived Nation

While bosses have become more supportive of employees taking leave globally,

60% Indians cancelled or postponed their vacation plans due to work this year

 

About the survey:Expedia.com®, the world’s largest online travel agency, today released the results of the 2012 Vacation Deprivation study, an annual analysis of vacation habits across multiple countries and continents. Per the vacation deprivation survey, India has climbed up one position to be 4th most vacation deprived nation from 5th position last year, while Japan keeps its No 1 position. The poll was carried out amongst 8687 employed people across 22 countries.

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