With a bank of accrued vacation days and restrictions finally starting to ease in India and other parts of the world, travellers are looking to escape their lockdown surroundings.
Hereafter families, who have taken their first dose of vaccination, can stay at resorts across Kerala.
The three premium projects will come up in Minicoy, Kadmat and Suheli islands at a cost of Rs 800 crore
Distance has made travellers hearts grow fonder as 67 per cent of Indian travellers plan to use future travel as an opportunity to reconnect with loved ones.
Indians continue to be eager to get back to travelling and connecting with new people and places.
India is a land of diversities-be in food, culture, language, or tradition. It’s also the land of extreme climatic conditions, beautiful and disparate landscape.
The lilies had bloomed during this time last year also but visitors were not allowed considering the COVID-19 situation.
The tourism department is also embarking on Saffron and Horticulture tourism to provide additional avenues to the industry in Kashmir.
The minister also said the state tourism sector had incurred losses to the tune of Rs 33,675 crore due to the COVID-19 situation.
India would like to offer to the world, post COVID-19, calm, peace and health through yoga, Ayurveda and other forms of traditional treatments and spiritual surroundings.