A global survey by travel commerce platform Travelport which polled 11 000 respondents around the world, Indian travellers emerged the most digitally-savvy after analysts looked at the use of digital technologies for travel-related purposes in each country.
For example, more than other nationalities, globetrotters from India are more likely to use their smartphones for both booking and boarding a plane.
Likewise, the majority (82%) of Indian travellers agreed that digital boarding passes make travelling easier, compared to the global average of 70%.
After India, China and Indonesia round out the podium.
Meanwhile, on a global scale, the survey revealed the importance of peer-to-peer reviews found on sites like TripAdvisor, Expedia and Booking.com, as 81% of respondents said they read reviews when researching a trip.
Likewise, three-quarters of travellers said they return the favor and leave reviews themselves.
Meanwhile, a third of respondents said they now use their mobile device to book parts of their trip.
Free Wi-Fi has become less a luxury, more a necessity, and travellers are no longer willing to pay for the service. In the survey, 61% of respondents said they avoid hotels that charge for internet connectivity.
And throughout their travels, respondents said they use an average of 16 different categories of apps.
Here are the results of the Digital Traveller Rankings 2017:
5. Saudi Arabia
7. South Africa
8. United Arab Emirates
The United States is ranked 11th, France 13th, Canada 15th and the United Kingdom 17th.