Published on : Tuesday, March 1, 2022
In the last few years, the Indian government has taken many measures to provide enough motivation to the tourism sector by launching a cleanliness initiative, providing better air connectivity invarious places, improving digital connectivity in and around tourism places, building infrastructure and improving overall hospitality sector.
The Indian economy has not only become the world’s 7th largest economy in terms of tourism but also the world’s third-largest in health tourism.
The medical tourism sector has grown by more than 350 per cent since 2014 right before the COVID-19 pandemic due to the central government’s continued attention in that area.
Travelers have described tourist spots in India as safe, praising India’s COVID-19 vaccination programme as better than other countries in the world.
Be it faith-spiritual-study tourism or health-wellness tourism, cultural tourism or heritage tourism or eco-tourism, youth tourism or tourism-related to business activities, India is emerging as the “most attractive tourist destination in the world”.
In November 2014, the government announced e-Visa for citizens from 44 countries, so that it becomes easier for foreign tourists to visit India. This facility now serves people of 165 countries, up from 44 in 2018. The e-Visa is now available at 25 airports and five seaports around the country.
The world now is getting enticed with India’s yoga, philosophy, spirituality and culture.
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