These consumers’ behaviour theories assume that if the definite result of an item is decided to be improved than else equivalent to the anticipated, the consumer would sense pleased. If, alternatively, real result is decided not to be improved than anticipated, the consumer would be displeased. This un authentication theory of customer satisfaction/dissatisfaction could be too seen in the study.
Consumer behaviour varies from product to product based on its importance. Consumer behaviour depends on calculating the requirement and utilization of product or service. Different people will have different opinions and how this shows the impact of consumer behaviour on tourism in India. Consumer behaviour is laid on circumstances like Price, Quality, and performance. Once the consumer is satisfied with these things then consumer has willing to deserve the product or service. There are so many problems concerned with this consumer behaviour in tourism which deals with price of the ticket to exchange rate. In this research the researcher has taken some methods to identify the behaviour of consumer in each and every requirement that gives exact data on how consumer behaviour varies in every aspect.
The media, travel advisories and social interaction, which are the information sources, related to tourism destination choices. Sonmez and Graefe (1998) argue that this information has a significant impact on the outcome on the destination choice decision. They refer to the behavioural component of the decision-making process and therefore this information may change the knowledge about the destination and result in them rejecting previous choices in the decision-making process, lead to dissatisfaction with travel, and cause them to find internal information and experience for travel decisions in the future.