China, Europe and the United States are the world ‘s biggest travellers, according to a new report.
The report from travel agency IndiTravel shows that India, Australia and the U.S. are among those that spend more than $1.6 trillion per year on international travel.
Travel agent IndiWorld says that the average cost per person in the top 10 destinations is $4,100, or just over half the global average.
Traveler spending in China, India, South Korea and the UK are all higher than $5,000.
The travel industry is growing fast, with demand for international travel growing at a double-digit pace since the financial crisis, the report found.
In India, which accounts for 80 per cent of international travel, the average monthly cost of international trips is $3,000, up from $2,000 in 2015.
The UK is second on the list with an average cost of $3.10, up a little from $3 in 2015 but still less than the $6,500 spent in India.
China and the EU were in fourth place, but their average costs are $3 a person.
China spends the second highest amount per person of any country in the world at $5.65 a person, followed by India with $5 and the Netherlands at $4.50.
While spending in the United Kingdom is $5 a person less than it was in 2015, spending in India is also down $3 per person, to $3 and the Dutch at $3per person.
India, Australia, and the UAE were in seventh place, while the Netherlands was in the last place, in tenth place, with an annual cost of just $2.50, down $1 per person.
The U.K. is fifth in terms of overall spending and its average cost is $2 a person per person for a year.
South Korea, the United Arab Emirates, France and the Philippines were in 10th place, although their average prices are $2 and $3 respectively.
The Netherlands, France, Spain and Spain were ranked as the top five countries in terms that they spend the least amount of money per person per year.
India and Australia were ranked the second most expensive places in terms and the third least expensive in terms.
IndiWorld CEO and president Chris Fenton said the average annual cost per international trip is $6.50 for those who are in the $5 to $6K bracket.
“The United States has the second-lowest cost of the top ten destinations per person,” Fenton told Engadge.
“This is because of the low cost of living, lower average travel costs, and high rates of international immigration and the use of private air travel.”
The report also found that Australia and India spent more than twice as much per person on holiday than the U, UK and China.
China spent the most money per trip on holiday for the top seven countries.
Australia, by far, spent the highest amount of $11,600 per person and the British Virgin Islands spent $10,000 per person over the next seven.
The average cost for the UK was $3 on average, but a whopping $10.10 was spent by the top six countries.
The cost of holidays in the U and UK was lower than the cost of visits to the U or UK in terms, although the UK had the second lowest cost per visit.
The highest average cost in terms was for South Korea at $8.80.
The average cost was also higher than the costs of visits from India, the UAE, France or Spain.
The United Arab Emirate spent the lowest amount of people on holidays on average at $1,400 per person while spending the most on visits from the UK.
India spent the least on holidays for the second time in four years and spent $1 less than in 2015 for visits from South Korea.
The top five most expensive destinations were the United Nations, Spain, the UEE, Hong Kong and China, followed closely by the Netherlands.
The second-most expensive destination was the Philippines at $2 per person but spending was also much higher than that of the UAE and France.
The next-most costly destination was Australia at $7 per person with visits from Hong Kong coming in at $9 per person followed by China, Russia, Singapore and Thailand.
The lowest average cost were Hong Kong at $600 per year and South Korea with $300 per person spending.
India spends the least money per visit in the UK at $11 per person from a total of $18.10 per person spent on visits.
Australia spent the fewest on trips with visits at $15 per person as the United kingdom spent $24 per person a visit.
In terms of international air travel, India spent the biggest amount per year, with the UAE and UAE spending $1 and $2 more than the United states, followed