1. India’s 75th Independence Day Calls For ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’
In honor of the country's 75th anniversary, the ASI(Archaeological Survey Of India) has waived all entry fees for historical and conserved monuments around the country, allowing all visitors and tourists to visit these sites for free. The Ministry of Culture oversees the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav cultural activities. In the spirit of Jan-Bhagidari, they commemorated this Mahotsav as a Jan-Utsav.
2. Qatar Launches an Array of Adventure-Based Activities for the Visitors
Qatar is a destination offering a plethora of exciting activities, be it on land, air, and water. Individuals with a profound interest in air adventures and wildlife adventures will have a fantastic time in Qatar. The Sail Club has come up with water adventure training in keelboats, dinghies, luxury yachts, dragon boating, and traditional dhow boats. A range of family-friendly water adventure activities is also featured.
3. South Korea Lifts all the Travel Restrictions for Indians
South Korea lifts all restrictions on Indian travellers and announces special market campaigns, which is a big bruit for all Indian travellers. Following a mandatory PCR test within one day of arrival, Indian travellers have access to tour South Korea. KTO (Korean Travel. Organisation) is planning special itineraries that will include visits to Hallyu-themed filming locations as well as experience centres for an up-close look. KTO recently announced the Let's Go Korea Savings Plan in collaboration with Shinhan Bank in India to make travel more accessible.
4. RTDC Is Ready To Launch Palace On Wheels In September 2022
The Chairman of the RTDC(Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation) has widely announced the re-launch of Palace on Wheels, a well-known luxury train, in September 2022. RTDC has been affiliated with Indian railways and has operated the prestigious Rajasthan tourism product, Palace on Wheels, since 1982. After being halted for two subsequent years, it is now coming up with various coaches having several chambers within, each of which is beautifully decorated with furniture and details that reflect the local heritage.
5. Foreign Tourists Might Get GST Refund On Local Shopping
The Government has just announced the pilot project where the GST(goods and services tax) paid on local shopping by international visitors will be refunded. Tax specialists believe that various adjustments will be necessary to implement the aforementioned strategy, which will take time. With regard to this, it will enable machinery provisions to ensure zero misuses of provisions, and they do not abuse the laws, while foreign tourists would receive a rapid return on their qualifying purchases with little paperwork.Book your flights