In the modern digital age, tourism has emerged as a source of foreign exchange and a fast-growing industry. Traveling is one of the most important things people put on their bucket list. Today, it is easier to find out about destinations through digital tourism websites. In the digital age, many more browse travel and tourism websites where they can find all the information they need, including destination options. Digital travel allows “travelers” to redefine all the sensations and emotions of exploring the real world, with little difference that each historic journey takes place in a digital environment. It is a crossway between tourism as we know – or have known. Because over the time, the barriers that once stood between the “real” and the non-existent have gradually been replaced by technological advances. These changes have given rise to a brave new world, one that is freed from the laws we are familiar with and is defined by endless possibilities. The excitement of getting off a plane or the hustle and bustle of exploring a completely new places are no longer the exclusive preserve of well-heeled holidaymakers. Instead, digital tourism offers a new and exciting way to travel. Digital tourism is expected to develop into a major one in the future because tourism has always been a big business in various countries. Tourism contributes to the country’s economy and provides jobs for hundreds or thousands of people. Some destinations rely on tourism to improve or support their economy. In the United States, some of the regions that benefit most from tourism include California, Florida, New York, Nevada, Texas, New Jersey, Georgia, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Virginia. Digital tourism is the future of tourism industry and the developing states like Pakistan who have massive potential in tourism can benefit maximum by adopting digital tourism.