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Jun 07, 2023

First Cruise Vessel "MV Empress" Between Chennai, Sri Lanka Flagged Off

  • The first international cruise vessel between Chennai and Sri Lanka 'MV Empress' was flagged off by the Union Minister of Ports, Shipping and Waterways Sarbananda Sonowal.
  • The occasion also marked the inauguration of an international cruise tourism terminal, set up at a cost of Rs. 17.21 crore at the Chennai Port. The facility spread across 2,880 square metres would be able to host 3,000 passengers.
  • The launch of the cruise service came in the backdrop of the memorandum of understanding signed between Chennai Port and Waterways Leisure Tourism for domestic and international cruise service at the Incredible India International Cruise Conference in 2022.

May 26, 2023

Government Unveils UDAN 5.1 to Enhance Connectivity to Remote Areas

  • The Ministry of Civil Aviation launched UDAN 5.1 to further enhance the connectivity to remote areas of the country and achieve last mile connectivity through helicopters.
  • For the first time under RCS-UDAN, this round is designed specifically for helicopter routes.
  • UDAN 5.1 allows operators operations in routes where one of the origin or destination locations is in a priority area. Earlier both points had to be in priority areas.
  • Under the new scheme, airfare caps have been reduced by as much as 25% to make flying in helicopters more affordable for passengers.
  • The latest round of UDAN scheme is a testament to two emerging phenomenon in Indian civil aviation - first, a deeper democratisation of air travel with a focus on last-mile connectivity, and second, a growing appetite for helicopters in aiding tourism.

May 25, 2023

Goa and Uttarakhand Sign MoU to Promote Tourism between the States as Part of the 'Dekho Apna Des...

  • Goa and Uttarakhand signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote tourism between the states as part of the Centre's 'Dekho Apna Desh' (explore your own country) initiative.
  • The MoU was signed in Dehradun, the capital of the northern state.
  • According to Goa Tourism Minister Rohan Khaunte, the move will connect The Arabian Sea with river Ganga.
  • Khaunte said that Goa and Uttarakhand became the first Indian states to carry forward the Dekho Apna Desh programme, which aims to encourage citizens to witness and experience the rich heritage and diverse culture of the country.

May 24, 2023

Sourav Ganguly is Brand Ambassador of Tripura Tourism

  • Cricket icon Sourav Ganguly was appointed the brand ambassador of Tripura tourism, Chief Minister Manik Saha announced.
  • The announcement came after Tourism Minister Sushanta Chowdhury met Ganguly at his residence in Kolkata along with state officials, and discussed the proposal.
  • Manik Saha was confident that his participation in the campaigns would give an impetus to the state's tourism sector.

May 22, 2023

Nepal to Observe 2025 as 'Special Tourism Year'

  • The decade of the 2080s of Bikram Samvat will be marked as 'the Visit Nepal decade' and the year 2025 as the special year for tourism. This was announced by the President of Nepal Ram Chandra Paudel while presenting the policies and programmes for the fiscal year, 2080/81 at the joint meeting of the federal parliament. The tourism sector which witnessed a huge dent from the COVID crisis is slowly recovering.
  • Nearly one lakh tourists have been visiting Nepal monthly since the beginning of 2023. As per the latest statistics maintained by Nepal Tourism Board, Nepal recorded the arrival of over 3.26 lakh foreign tourists in the first four months of 2023.

MoU Signed for Ferry Service on Brahmaputra to Connect 7 Religious Sites

  • A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed to develop a 'Riverine Based Religious Tourism Circuit' between Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI), Sagarmala Development Corporation Limited (SDCL), Assam Tourism Development Corporation (ATDC) and Department of Inland Waterways Transport (DIWT), Government of Assam.
  • The primary objective of the MoU is to establish a modern ferry service, operating on a 'Hop-On Hop-Off' mode, to connect seven historically significant temples situated on the banks of the Brahmaputra.
  • These sites include Kamakhya, Pandunath, Ashwaklanta, Doul Govinda, Umananda, Chakreshwar, and Auniti Satra.
  • The funding for the project will be shared, with SDCL and IWAI jointly contributing 55 per cent of the costs, while ATDC will provide the remaining amount. Additionally, DIWT has offered the usage of Ghats near the temples, free of charge, to facilitate the initiative.
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