Travel Trends July 2022 You Should Know About

 July 1st, 2022

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Travel Trends July 2022 You Should Know About

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1) Proposal To Set Up Border Roads Organisation (BRO) Cafes

In all Indian states that have the BRO stationed, there is a proposal from the Ministry of Defence to open BRO cafes. It will include 12 states and Union Territories. Some prominent names are Uttarakhand, Ladakh, Himachal Pradesh, Assam, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, West Bengal, Rajasthan, etc. 75 locations have been identified where these roadside amenities will be set up. Amenities include restaurants, restrooms, parking facilities, first-aid, etc.

2) The Doors Of The Kamakhya Devi Temple in Assam Open For Devotees

The holy Temple site at the Nilachal Hills was closed for four days due to the Ambubachi Mela. It is the time that, as per local legends, is when the Goddess goes through the annual menstrual cycle. Now that the Mela is over, the door to the 51 Shakti peethas has reopened. When the temple doors are closed, a mela or fair is organised at the temple premises.

3) The Malabar River Festival From 12th to 14th August 2022

Thusharagiri in Kerala is getting ready for the 8th Malabar River Festival. The dates are 12 to 14 August 2022. The Festival revolves around the whitewater kayaking championship. Expert kayakers from across the country and the globe come here during this time to showcase their skills. KTD or Kerala Tourism Department organises this annual celebration.

4) Maldives Floating City Will Be Ready By 2027

As per the latest update, the Floating City in Male will be ready by 2027. It can offer accommodation to about 20,000 residents. The City will feature hexagonal-shaped houses, schools, stores, canals, etc., within a radius of 2 sq km in the lagoon. Every effort is to ensure that the marine biosystem is maintained intact, with an artificial coral bank being created.

5) Vietnam Bans Scuba Diving To Save Coral Reefs In Nha Trang

In the Nha Trang region, the government has now banned swimming and scuba diving activities. It is to prevent coral reefs from getting damaged. The 3200 km shoreline of the country has been one of the key attractions for international tourists. However, the coral reefs are at risk with increased human activity. Thus the Nha Trang management authority has banned all water sports and swimming activities in the region.

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