Biparjoy is considered a “very severe storm” that brought strong winds and heavy rainfall. The majority of the coastal areas have been affected profoundly but alongside that many industries have witnessed the loss.
The hospitality industry in the affected regions faced significant challenges, including decreased tourism and disrupted business operations. Many popular tourist destinations known for their beaches, national parks, and cultural heritage sites have been affected. With the cyclone causing widespread damage and displacement of local communities, tourists have been discouraged from visiting several regions.
This has severely impacted the hospitality industry including hotels, resorts, and restaurants. Hotels and restaurants have reported losses due to cancellations and lower occupancy rates. Since the cyclone stuck during the peak season for tourism, many businesses were forced to operate at a reduced capacity. The disruption of the Biparjoy cyclone has made it difficult for businesses to attract new customers.
Many people are hesitant to visit the region due to safety concerns. The supply chain of the hospitality industry has been also disrupted. Many hotels and restaurants depend on the regular delivery of food, supplies, and other essential items to run their operations smoothly. However, with transportation and logistics being severely impacted by the Biparjoy cyclone, it has become difficult to access these resources.
With decreased tourism, disrupted supply chains, and structural damage, many businesses in the hospitality industry have faced financial losses. However, with the resilience and determination of the local community and government support, it is hoped that the industry will be recovered.