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TOURISM AND HOTEL INDUSTRY AWARENESS - October 2021

Oct 2021

May 22, 2024

India's Global Travel & Tourism Index Rank up at 39th: WEF Index

  • India's rank on the World Economic Forum's Travel & Tourism Development Index 2024 has risen to 39th place, with global tourism activities returning to pre-pandemic levels, the annual report showed. While the US topped the list, India is ranked highest in South Asia and among the lower-middle-income economies.
  • India was ranked 54th in the previously published index in 2021, though changes made to the index parameters limit its comparability to earlier years.
  • After the US, Spain, Japan, France and Australia figure among the top five in the 2024 list.

May 18, 2024

UAE Launches New 10-year Blue Residency Visa for Tree-huggers

  • The United Arab Emirates launched a 10-year Blue Residency visa for individuals who have made exceptional efforts and contributions to protecting the environment, whether marine or land.
  • The new visa was announced by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai.

May 15, 2024

Ministry of Tourism Participates in IMEX, Frankfurt 2024 to Showcase India as a Premier Global Hu...

  • Ministry of Tourism, Government of India is participating in IMEX, Frankfurt from 14-16 May 2024. The Ministry of Tourism aims to showcase the strengths of India as a leading MICE destination to the global market and to act as a catalyst to bring forth greater number of Conferences and Conventions to be hosted in the country.
  • IMEX is a hub for the global events industry, which offers a valuable and lucrative opportunity for professionals to enhance businesses, foster genuine connections, and gain invaluable insights.
  • Ministry has identified MICE as a niche sector to address the issue of seasonality and showcase India as a 365-days destination. In line with this effort, Ministry has introduced 'Meet in India' as a specialized sub-brand within the 'Incredible India' campaign. This sub-brand aims to enhance promotional initiatives, showcasing India as an appealing MICE destination equipped with top-tier connectivity, cutting-edge infrastructure, a vibrant knowledge hub, and a plethora of distinctive tourist attractions.

May 12, 2024

South African Tourism to Host over 40 Indian Trade Partners at Africa's Travel INDABA 2024

  • South African Tourism announced 'Africa's Travel INDABA 2024', will take place in the picturesque province of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa from May 13 to 15. This year (2024), the event will host over 40 esteemed Indian trade partners. In a significant, strategic shift in South African Tourism's play in the Indian market, nearly 95 per cent of the contingent will consist of buyers from tier 2 and tier 3 cities. This move aims to spotlight the immense potential and opportunities these new source regions of India present.
  • Africa's Travel INDABA, a three-day trade show is more than just a platform for business transactions; it embodies a transformative experience, providing insights into global trends and local expertise.

May 11, 2024

India in Talks with Like-minded Countries to Regulate Tourism in Antarctica

  • India is working with like-minded countries to promote regulated tourism in Antarctica as a steady increase in the number of tourists threatens to harm the fragile ecology in the White Continent.
  • Discussion on regulating tourism in Antarctica will be on the agenda at Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (ATCM) and a meeting of Committee for Environmental Protection (CEP) scheduled to be held in Kerala's Kochi from May 20 to May 30.
  • "The problem is that tourism in Antarctica is not properly regulated. So this year, there is a discussion on its regulation," M Ravichandran, Secretary, Ministry of Earth Sciences, said.
  • The Ministry of Earth Sciences is hosting the 46th meeting of ATCM, the highest governing body for Antarctica, and the 26th CEP meeting.
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