Karan Anand, head-relationships at Cox & Kings, said: "We have already witnessed an increase in the number of inquiries by 25 to 30 percent and it is primarily the Double Income No Kids (DINKS), segment and those between 21 to 26 that's driving this market.''
Cox & Kings has introduced a series of discounted packages in the domestic market, For example, if you stay in Kodaikanal for two nights, you pay only for one night. Similarly, if you stay in the Nilgiris or Ladakh for five nights, you pay for only three nights. Similar packages are available for Andamans, Nepal, Bhutan, Daman and Mahabaleshwar.
Online travel portal Ezeego1.com is offering up to Rs 2,000 cashback on select domestic flights between June 1 and 20. It is also offering up to 70 per cent discount on select domestic hotel bookings until September 30.
Speaking on the concept of monsoon-focused holidays, Ezeego1.com CEO and Director Neelu Singh said: "Short weekend trips are popular for quick monsoon getaways. Trekking, waterfalls, camping, wellness getaways and night forest trails are some of the experiences that top the preference list of monsoon travellers."