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According to a report in The Hindustan Times, the Union Tourism Ministry released a report two days ago which revealed that Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu registered the most number of foreign tourist visits with 1.26 million and 1.23 million respectively in 2021. The report was released by Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar on the occasion of […]Continue Reading
Domestic Top Stories
Maharashtra Tourism in association with Travelxp brings an exclusive 13-episode travel show, divided into 9 episodes and 4 mini-episodes with the aim to promote Maharashtra as an adventure tourist destination among aspiring Indian travellers, further showcasing the unexplored gems the state has to offer. Maharashtra is known for its ethereal mountains, chattering river Continue Reading
Domestic Top Stories
In order to boost tourism in Maharashtra the state government has introduced Caravan Policy. The policy aims not only to provide a different kind of experience to travellers , but also promote tourism in the state’s remote areas and create job opportunities. According to the policy, caravans and camper vans will be able to provide […]Continue Reading
Domestic Ministry Top Stories
Maharashtra Tourism Minister Aaditya Thackeray on Monday launched the Aarmaar Dive Boat at Tarkarli MTDC (Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation), Sindhurdurg, making it the state’s first scuba dive boat. Aditya Thackeray, during the launch, said, “I was truly amazed to see how the Scuba Diving Center in Tarkarli, Sindhudurg, is geared to provide an Continue Reading
Aviation Ministry Top Stories
With the Maharashtra government on December 2 amending its air travel rules in view of global concerns over the Omicron variant of coronavirus, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) cancelled its previous guidelines issued to the city airport authorities and asked them to follow the revised ones as issued by the state.The state government’s amended air […]Continue Reading
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Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI) in its communication to Aditya Thackeray, Minister of Tourism, Govt. of Maharashtra has appealed to synchronise the new covid protocols, for Domestic and International Travellers, coming to Maharashtra, in line with the directive of the Central Government. Domestic Travel As per the new guidelines and directions issued for Continue Reading
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