With the monsoon arriving in India, city-dwellers are looking to escape the crawling traffic and pollution. From beach facing to stunning mountain views, for trekking or simply relaxing, travelers are seeking out unique experiences and destinations for their weekend getaways. More and more families are looking to disconnect from city life.
Attracting the majority of tourists are the lush green mountains of Maharashtra, the serene beaches of Goa, Pondicherry, and the gorgeous Palaces of Udaipur.
Mahindra Holidays and Resorts are witnessing high demand at hill station resorts such as Kandaghat, Safari Corbett & Naldehra in the north as well as Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra, Goa in the west, Cherai, Coorg & Virajpet in the South. The members engaged by promoting different resort activities happening in the ‘HappyHub’. Come rain or shine, these resorts are always the most happening place to be.
Recently Mahindra Holidays & Resorts recently published the findings of the ‘India Quotient’ study revealing interesting insights about the knowledge gap, and limited cognizance of the nuances of our own culture, food habits, history, festivals, culture, etc. The study also revealed some interesting insights about family dynamics while people are on vacation:
- 27% of the respondents claim that the top reason to take a family vacation is to bond with their family
- One in every five respondents (21%) assume the role of the ‘Adventurer’ claiming they test their adrenaline and endurance
- 15% of the respondents play the role of ‘Foodie’ on their family trip claiming want to experiment and experience local cuisine and advise their family on the same