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India received over 6.19 million foreign tourists in 2022 as compared with 1.52 million in 2021, Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy said on Thursday. There were 10.93 million Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India during the pre-pandemic year of 2019, Reddy said in a written reply in Rajya Sabha. “Tourism industry has shown good signs of […]Continue Reading
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The government is planning to launch two mega adventure tourism trails in the Himalaya and the Ganga this year, Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy said. Addressing a session at the G-20 tourism working group meeting, Reddy said the trails are expected to be launched this year. “The ministry will work with states and industries for […]Continue Reading
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According to Union Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy, one crore (10 million) foreign tourists are expected to visit India this year, reaching almost the pre-Covid peak tourists arrival of 2019 when little over 1 crore 9 lakhs (10.9million) foreign tourists visited the country. India welcomed around 61 lakhs (6.1 million) FTAs in 2022. Reddy was […]Continue Reading
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In order to promote rural tourism in India, Union Tourism Minister, G. Kishan Reddy launched a unique initiative ‘Best Tourism Village Competition Portal’ and Rural Tourism Portal. The Global Tourism Investor Summit 2023 portal was also launched on the occasion. The Ministry of Tourism is organising the 1st Global Tourism Investors’ Summit during May 17-19, […]Continue Reading
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Union Culture and Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy on Wednesday said nearly 69 lakh foreign tourists visited India in 2022, indicating a four-fold increase in the number of arrivals after two years of negative growth during COVID-19 pandemic. Reddy was addressing the Tourism Working Group (TWG) meeting organised at the Tent City in Gujarat’s Rann […]Continue Reading
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From showcasing Incredible India visiting delegates to positioning the country as a major travel destination during its year-long presidency, G20 will be the Union Tourism Ministry’s focus area in 2023. India assumed the presidency of the influential bloc on December 1, setting the tone for the Ministry’s calendar this year. More than 200 meetings will […]Continue Reading
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