The Jordan Tourism Board has announced 2016 Indian arrival figures for the destination, recording an unprecedented decline in the same day visitor arrivals.
Daily visitors declined by 4.5 per cent, which indicates that visitors are now spending more time in the country.
Also, overnight visitors have shown an unprecedented growth of 18.40 per cent.
The India Representative office of JTB, Think Strawberries has set a goal to take Jordan to the position of ‘most desirable destination’ for the Indian traveller by 2019 by achieving higher visitor arrivals and increasing the overnight stay steadily.
Ashit Taneja, country manager, Jordan Tourism Board, India Office commented: “Jordan still is and will remain one of the safest destinations to visit.
“It is a very stable country with unique blend of culture, history, food, wellness, adventure and warm hospitality that continues to draw tourists from India and all over the world every years.”
Jordan offers an excellent blend of tradition, culture along with developed infrastructure and world class hospitality services.