2023

2023 Annual Release Industry Snapshot Report

Introduction:

The 2023 Annual Release Industry Snapshot Report offers a complete analysis of the global tourism sector. Providing valuable insights into coming up trends, challenges, and opportunities. As the world recovers from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. This report sheds light on the progressing landscape of tourism and the key factors shaping its future.

Report:

To gather data for this Annual Industry Snapshot Report, a survey was held throughout April 2023. Asking tour operators about their 2022 business operations and sales, 2023 booking expectations, travel trends, and consumer motivations. The survey was available in English as in all prior years and this year it could also be taken in Spanish for the first time.

It is clear from this year’s survey results that the adventure travel industry has on the whole recovered from the economic effects of COVID-19 . With revenue, trip fill rates, and staffing increasing and approaching 2019 numbers. Operators are taking steps to ensure future success, with 85% having a plan of safety and risk management plan and 68% holding or working toward a sustainability certification (up from 45% last year).

Demonstration of adventure travel:

Again showing the value of adventure travel, tour operators’ most popular itinerary is priced at a median of $3,000 (for 8 nights). Where by 76% of which ($2,280 on average) is spent with local suppliers. These are the highest numbers we have seen to date. And it shows the importance of valuing community engagement and forward-looking environmental practices while traveling.

The 2023 report shows the growing of sustainable tourism practices. With increasing awareness of environmental conservation and responsible travel, visitors are seeking destinations and accommodations that prioritize sustainability.

Some key findings in this year’s report include:

Recovery from COVID-19

  • On average, trips were 65% full (up from 52% in 2021). Only 1% of operators had zero guests in 2022 (down from 9% last year and 16% in 2020)
  • The average number of travelers served by operator was 4,243, a 213% increase from 1,355 in 2021 and up 658% from 2020
  • Most departments have seen an increase in staffing over the previous year, especially the guides, sales, and operations teams
  • Only 10% of operator had some reduction in revenue compared to 2021. 14% had a 2022 gross annual revenue of less than $50,000, down from 30% in 2021 and 45% in 2020.Conclusion:

    The 2023 Annual Release Industry Snapshot Report offers valuable insights into the ever-evolving tourism sector. From the industry’s recovery and strength to the integration of technology, sustainability practices, and coming up travel trends, this report serves as a vital resource for tourism stakeholders. By leveraging these insights, businesses and destinations can adapt their strategies, cater to evolving traveler preferences, and create memorable experiences that meet the demands of the modern traveler. The link below will show you the strategy that helped in sustaining tourism in COVID19.

    Download the Report Here

For more information about Uganda’s Domestic Tourism Analytics, Read Here

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2023

2023 Annual Release Industry Snapshot Report

Introduction:

The 2023 Annual Release Industry Snapshot Report offers a complete analysis of the global tourism sector. Providing valuable insights into coming up trends, challenges, and opportunities. As the world recovers from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. This report sheds light on the progressing landscape of tourism and the key factors shaping its future.

Report:

To gather data for this Annual Industry Snapshot Report, a survey was held throughout April 2023. Asking tour operators about their 2022 business operations and sales, 2023 booking expectations, travel trends, and consumer motivations. The survey was available in English as in all prior years and this year it could also be taken in Spanish for the first time.

It is clear from this year’s survey results that the adventure travel industry has on the whole recovered from the economic effects of COVID-19 . With revenue, trip fill rates, and staffing increasing and approaching 2019 numbers. Operators are taking steps to ensure future success, with 85% having a plan of safety and risk management plan and 68% holding or working toward a sustainability certification (up from 45% last year).

Demonstration of adventure travel:

Again showing the value of adventure travel, tour operators’ most popular itinerary is priced at a median of $3,000 (for 8 nights). Where by 76% of which ($2,280 on average) is spent with local suppliers. These are the highest numbers we have seen to date. And it shows the importance of valuing community engagement and forward-looking environmental practices while traveling.

The 2023 report shows the growing of sustainable tourism practices. With increasing awareness of environmental conservation and responsible travel, visitors are seeking destinations and accommodations that prioritize sustainability.

Some key findings in this year’s report include:

Recovery from COVID-19

  • On average, trips were 65% full (up from 52% in 2021). Only 1% of operators had zero guests in 2022 (down from 9% last year and 16% in 2020)
  • The average number of travelers served by operator was 4,243, a 213% increase from 1,355 in 2021 and up 658% from 2020
  • Most departments have seen an increase in staffing over the previous year, especially the guides, sales, and operations teams
  • Only 10% of operator had some reduction in revenue compared to 2021. 14% had a 2022 gross annual revenue of less than $50,000, down from 30% in 2021 and 45% in 2020.Conclusion:

    The 2023 Annual Release Industry Snapshot Report offers valuable insights into the ever-evolving tourism sector. From the industry’s recovery and strength to the integration of technology, sustainability practices, and coming up travel trends, this report serves as a vital resource for tourism stakeholders. By leveraging these insights, businesses and destinations can adapt their strategies, cater to evolving traveler preferences, and create memorable experiences that meet the demands of the modern traveler. The link below will show you the strategy that helped in sustaining tourism in COVID19.

    Download the Report Here

For more information about Uganda’s Domestic Tourism Analytics, Read Here

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