This Bengaluru-based theme park operator is one of the hottest stocks this week


In the quarter ended December 2022, Wonderla Holidays’ net profit increased by 755% to Rs 38.94 crore from Rs 4.55 crore in the previous quarter ended December 2021.

Bengaluru-based theme park operator, Wonderla Holidays recently published its quarterly report. In the quarter ended December 2022, Wonderla Holidays’ net profit increased by 755% to Rs 38.94 crore from Rs 4.55 crore in the previous quarter ended December 2021.

Reacting to this, Wonderla’s actions Holidays are up nearly 19% in the past five days.

Arun K Chittilappilly of Wonderla Holidays told CNBC-TV18 that the company had strong Q1 and Q3 for FY22-23 and he further expects the growth momentum to continue for the next two quarters.

“Prices are up 23-25% today compared to the pre-COVID period. ARPU for Q3 and Q4 is lower than Q1 due to higher discount tickets. Q4 will see growth double digit attendance.”


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