"An Analytical Study on Economy Upliftment through Virtual Tourism with special reference to Vasai Virar City" Dr. Hiresh Luhar
AbstractIn this ongoing time of pandemic where Covid 19 cases are surging up leading to negative impact to the economy resulting in a downturn in Market & Psychological Stress arising out of this scenario. the researcher is trying to identify that how Virtual tourism may play a vital role in economic up-gradation with generating second sources of revenue for the country. As we are aware from past One and a half year due to pandemic most of the tourism site is closed which has lead to disruption in the tourism sector but here researcher is trying to know that virtual tourism can reverse this negative impact and may help the economy moves in upward direction. This study is based on both primary data with 50 respondents & secondary data from pertinence sources to understand well how people are aware of virtual tours as well as their usages. This will also help in understanding ependiture patterns on virtual tourism which may lead to generating revenue from local, regional, national, and international tourists. Virtual Tourism can not replace the magic of personal visit but to some extent, it may create satisfaction with add on the introduction of Virtual Augmented Reality, resulting in the attraction of more tourist at affordable rates at an average of International Tourist Rs. 12000/- per person and for National Tourist Rs. 2400/- per person.
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Dr. Hiresh Luhar. (2021). "An Analytical Study on Economy Upliftment through Virtual Tourism with special reference to Vasai Virar City" Dr. Hiresh Luhar. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(7), 2223-2232. Retrieved from https://archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/8428