1. Fasten Your Seat Belts for the Saffron Festival and Houseboat Festival this November
For the upcoming Saffron Festival and Houseboat Festival in November, both in Kashmir, preparations are currently in full gear. Through these events' magnificent performances, the rich culture, tradition, and heritage of Kashmir will be on display. The stunning saffron fields will be the centrepiece of the three-day Saffron Festival. Alternatively, Dal Lake's magnificent shikaras will be displayed at the houseboat festival.
2. Lakshadweep Gets Honoured With Two More “Blue Flag Beaches”
The Minister of Environment, Forests, and Climate Change said, "I am particularly delighted to inform you that Lakshadweep has been rewarded with two additional "blue Flag beaches" tags for Minicoy Thundi Beach and Kadmat Beach." Now that the total number of tags received is 12, India has accomplished much.
3. Hinterland Tourism to Flourish in Goa
Naturalist Parag Ragnekar emphasises the importance of fostering ethical tourism and creating the idea that visitors "cannot just do whatever they want." The government is deciding how to bring the hinterland of Goa to life in light of the increase in the public discovery of the state's hidden wonders on social media. Additionally, he stated that "Goa should be well marketed. We don't want the beach scenes to be repeated in the interior of Goa. Thus, the narrative needs to be built up correctly from the beginning.
4. Indonesia: Get Ready For The Long-Term Stays In Bali
Website. Indonesia is making significant plans to introduce the prospect of extended stays in Bali to boost foreign tourists. Since Bali is a popular tourist destination, 5 and 10-year visas will soon be available. Based on the report, on Christmas, the rule will take effect. Widodo Ekatjahjana, the acting director general for immigration, also made reference to this programme during a launch event on the resort island, saying that it is a non-fiscal incentive for some foreign nationals who will be able to contribute positively to the Indonesian economy.
5. AirIndia Introduces Direct Flight From Vijayawada to Sharjah By October 31, 2022
The first direct connecting flight operated by Air India Express will depart from Vijayawada for Sharjah on October 31 at 6:35 p.m. The initial rates will start at 13,669 INR. Aloke Singh, CEO of Air India, continued, "We are pleased to announce the Debut international service of Air India Express between Vijayawada and Sharjah, offering a great benefit in particular for those travelling to UAE."Click to Book Flights
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