More than 75% hotels in Kullu and Manali are remaining unoccupied. In a season where these valleys are jam-packed with tourists, scare of floods is keeping tourists away now!

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  • Re: Uttarakhand disasters affected tourism industry big time!!

    by » 6 years ago


    This is understandable. That is why in my thread, I had stressed help to local more than to tourists who had everything intact in their home.

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  • Re: Uttarakhand disasters affected tourism industry big time!!

    by » 6 years ago


    Yes it is natural. The place that takes life of thousand people including tourist. They are full of fear. They cannot have dare to meet with such disasters in future life. It take time to remove fear among people.

  • Re: Uttarakhand disasters affected tourism industry big time!!

    by » 6 years ago


    More than 75% hotels in Kullu and Manali are remaining unoccupied. In a season where these valleys are jam-packed with tourists, scare of floods is keeping tourists away now!

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/No-relief-for-tourism-industry-in-Manali-75-hotels-have-no-occupancy/articleshow/21907457.cms


    This will be for some time only, until everything revives back. The way people are coming forward to help is commendable... But the sad part is that it was local people there only who took advantage of situation and looted people at the time of disaster.... so people will loose interest like that also...

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  • Re: Uttarakhand disasters affected tourism industry big time!!

    by » 6 years ago


    More than 75% hotels in Kullu and Manali are remaining unoccupied. In a season where these valleys are jam-packed with tourists, scare of floods is keeping tourists away now!

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/No-relief-for-tourism-industry-in-Manali-75-hotels-have-no-occupancy/articleshow/21907457.cms


    This will be for some time only, until everything revives back. The way people are coming forward to help is commendable... But the sad part is that it was local people there only who took advantage of situation and looted people at the time of disaster.... so people will loose interest like that also...[/quote

    Yes you are right time is a kind of medicine that can remove or cure any kind of fear. A time come when they forget everything and start visiting this wonderful places.

  • Re: Uttarakhand disasters affected tourism industry big time!!

    by » 6 years ago


    More than 75% hotels in Kullu and Manali are remaining unoccupied. In a season where these valleys are jam-packed with tourists, scare of floods is keeping tourists away now!

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/No-relief-for-tourism-industry-in-Manali-75-hotels-have-no-occupancy/articleshow/21907457.cms


    In fact I was reading that the rehabilitation process is not even being done since the weather is still bad and it has been raining continuously...

    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Uttarakhand disasters affected tourism industry big time!!

    by » 6 years ago


    More than 75% hotels in Kullu and Manali are remaining unoccupied. In a season where these valleys are jam-packed with tourists, scare of floods is keeping tourists away now!

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/No-relief-for-tourism-industry-in-Manali-75-hotels-have-no-occupancy/articleshow/21907457.cms


    In fact I was reading that the rehabilitation process is not even being done since the weather is still bad and it has been raining continuously...


    Then what exactly people are donating for. Few days back i saw news where trucks with loads of stuff are stranded in the middle of the read becasue of road blocks. Seems like govt. has found new opportunity to earn. God help them..

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  • Re: Uttarakhand disasters affected tourism industry big time!!

    by » 6 years ago


    More than 75% hotels in Kullu and Manali are remaining unoccupied. In a season where these valleys are jam-packed with tourists, scare of floods is keeping tourists away now!

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/No-relief-for-tourism-industry-in-Manali-75-hotels-have-no-occupancy/articleshow/21907457.cms


    In fact I was reading that the rehabilitation process is not even being done since the weather is still bad and it has been raining continuously...


    True... the weather is still hampering rehabilitation procedures in Uttarakhand. But although Kullu Manali is not threatened by such weather, people are still not willing to go there because of what happened in Uttarakhand before tragedy struck and all the lies that government tried to cover up, including the weather forecasts that were ignored. So no one wants to take a chance elsewhere!

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: Uttarakhand disasters affected tourism industry big time!!

    by » 6 years ago


    This is understandable. That is why in my thread, I had stressed help to local more than to tourists who had everything intact in their home.


    yes local peoples needs more help. tourists have many another places to go.

    Thank you said by: Gulshan Kumar Ajmani

  • Re: Uttarakhand disasters affected tourism industry big time!!

    by » 6 years ago


    More than 75% hotels in Kullu and Manali are remaining unoccupied. In a season where these valleys are jam-packed with tourists, scare of floods is keeping tourists away now!

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/No-relief-for-tourism-industry-in-Manali-75-hotels-have-no-occupancy/articleshow/21907457.cms


    In fact I was reading that the rehabilitation process is not even being done since the weather is still bad and it has been raining continuously...


    Then what exactly people are donating for. Few days back i saw news where trucks with loads of stuff are stranded in the middle of the read becasue of road blocks. Seems like govt. has found new opportunity to earn. God help them..


    That is not the case, they are collecting stuff and money but due to weather conditions, it is difficult to reach those people with all the help. Yet there are organizations who are carrying out relief work in spite of difficult weather!

    "I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally."
    - W. C. Fields :)


  • Re: Uttarakhand disasters affected tourism industry big time!!

    by » 6 years ago


    More than 75% hotels in Kullu and Manali are remaining unoccupied. In a season where these valleys are jam-packed with tourists, scare of floods is keeping tourists away now!

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/No-relief-for-tourism-industry-in-Manali-75-hotels-have-no-occupancy/articleshow/21907457.cms


    In fact I was reading that the rehabilitation process is not even being done since the weather is still bad and it has been raining continuously...


    Then what exactly people are donating for. Few days back i saw news where trucks with loads of stuff are stranded in the middle of the read becasue of road blocks. Seems like govt. has found new opportunity to earn. God help them..


    That is not the case, they are collecting stuff and money but due to weather conditions, it is difficult to reach those people with all the help. Yet there are organizations who are carrying out relief work in spite of difficult weather!


    Don't know Kalyani, but still it feels somewhere that people are not getting help on time. Weather may be a big hurdle but some do use it as a veil to hide their cheats...

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