In the present scenario, the tourism industry is signified to be one of the huge markets expanding the nation’s economic context. But after the widespread Covid-19 pandemic, the entire scenario got altered. Based on the discussion of Bhati et al. (2022), it has been understood that epidemics and pandemics are the two scariest contexts for travellers or travel planners.
It is so because whether it is an epidemic or a pandemic, both could be highly dangerous for the travellers and the traveller planner. This is because it becomes very difficult to avoid the disease’s risk. During this phase, it is not only the traveller but also the people with whom the traveller comes who fall at risk. During a pandemic, passengers play an immense role in avoiding the disease. During the phase of Covid-19, a massive impact has been created on wildlife tourism, animal well-being and tourist behaviour.
After the Covid-19 pandemic, the tourism sector has faced an immensely high risk. In the phase of ongoing uncertainty, the challenge of travelling to various locations has been immensely difficult. It is considered to be a crucial aspect as a part of the evaluation.
Through the analysis of the research paper, it will be further understood that as there has been a decline in people’s visitors to the zoo has created an impact on wildlife. The entire process has been changed because there has been a stoppage in the movement of people in various locations.
- What changes can be found in visitors’ behaviour after the outbreak of Covid-19?
- What are the changes in the procedures for handling zoos due to Covid-19?
- What impacts are created on wildlife because of the change in visitor behaviour?
- What are the future strategic solutions for improved wildlife policy measures for animal wellbeing?