grows tourism in India with integrated travelling services

| Updated: Jul 27, 2016 17:27 IST

New Delhi, July 27 (ANI): Online travel and tourism portal facilitates integrated travelling services and is becoming one of the most sought after religious tourism portals among devotees, tourists and seasoned travelers since its launch. The currently bootstrapped company has facilitated its integrated travelling services to over 20,000 people from India as well as from abroad so far and continues to assist a growing number of pilgrims each day. ReligiousTrip has been designed to provide customers with an organized spiritual travel solution that can be customized, based on the needs, questions and satisfaction of a traveler, managing every step of their travel plan. The remarkable success can be attributed in a large measure to the attraction of religious destinations like Vaishno Devi Temple, Amarnath Yatra, Ajmer Sharif Dargah, Mahabodi Temple and Shirdi.'s services are all-inclusive and are facilitated via special pricing and discounts offered on its website. This strategic plan significantly contributes in generating substantial traffic on its portal and as a result, helps the company in steadily maximizing its business reach manifold by bringing faith and technology on the same platform. "Designed to eliminate issues like unorganized set-up and lack of information, the portal offers its customers a viable option creating a niche in the market. The platform is gradually gaining prominence amongst devotees as one of the best online travel portal for people from all walks of life," said Founder, Jatin Arora. "With customer satisfaction being our top priority, we hope to achieve even greater business growth in next few years to become a leading online travel portal in both India and abroad," added Arora. The religious tourism market is estimated to be worth USD 30 billion and the market is expected to grow more with the government clearing projects worth Rs. 1,500 crore under three schemes, which includes Ramayana circuit, Krishna circuit, and Buddhist circuit as part of its focus on religious tourism. Also, with the growth of technology, the religious market is expected to grow not only among the elderly, but among the tech savvy millennial population as well. (ANI)