Latest Travel Highlights | August 2022

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1. Internet Accessibility on Africa’s Highest Mountain 

Great news for photographers and social media enthusiasts as now they can finally post pics from Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak. Information Minister Nape Nnauye is marking it as a historic moment for the country. "Earlier, it was a bit scary for tourists and porters who had to perform without the internet,” he added. 

2. Five-Year-Multiple-Entry Tourist Visa by UAE for Indian Travellers

In order to strengthen and expand tourism, the UAE has issued a five-year multiple-entry tourist visa to all Indian visitors. Aside from that, the Airbus A380 operations by Emirates airlines are in the process, ready to serve business and leisure travellers starting on October 30, 2022, from Bengaluru and Dubai. Indians flying to Dubai now have the opportunity of seeking a 30-90-day visa, which will take 72 hours to process. 

3. Say Hello To The Maldives Cryptocurrency Payment Facility 

Website. Soneva Villa ownership now broadly welcomes cryptocurrency, both Bitcoin and Etherium, for foreign buyers. This act is being introduced to make international payments secure and easier. With this, the payments will be completely protected at Soneva Jani, Soneva Fushi, and Soneva in Aqua in the Maldives and Soneva Kiri in Thailand. 

4. 75 Different Destinations To Be Initiated This Year 

In the vision of promoting the Arth Ganga concept of NMCG started by honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi, 75 destinations will be developed along River Ganga's banks this year to expand sustainable economic development & tourism with a multitude of site-specific activities. 

5. ‘Sail Now Pay Later’ Is Finally Here To Make Cruising More Convenient in India

Travellers may now wisely stretch their expenditure throughout their voyage and reap the benefits of the 'Sail Now Pay Later’ option for seamless cruise travel. This service is the result of TIRUN's collaboration with SanKaash for luxurious and accessible travel. It is also predicted that by 2025, the travel and tourism sector will have expanded its wings by up to 13.2%, bolstering revenue growth.

 

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