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Though global tourism is still a far cry from pre-pandemic levels, it rose by 4% in 2021, according to the United Nations’ World Tourism Barometer. Moreover, almost two-thirds of tourism professionals predict greater gains in 2022, despite concerns over new COVID-19 variants and inflationary pressure on disposable income. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council, the largest industry in the world is tourism & leisure, which accounts for almost 11% of world GDP.
- Some of these activities include watching television, drama and stage performance, opera, attending theater, attending sports event and playing variety of board games or video games.
- The annual Travel + Leisure’s ‘World’s Best Awards’ 2021 reader survey ranks the best of the best in various destinations, including airlines, airports, car rentals, cities, hotels, spas, islands, and more.
- Since then, it has become a stalwart in a country that everyone has been talking