Published on : Monday, June 21, 2021
Even though India has a long way to go in terms of complete recovery in tourism, sees a ray of hope. Wego talks about the path to normalcy of the country in travel sector.
For tourism in India, things are getting positive slowly. Many states are easing their lockdown norms in a slow manner.
Already, Maharashtra, Delhi, Haryana, and Karnataka have started their journey in terms of unlocking barriers, allowing shops and restaurants to open for certain hours. Now, hotels and restaurants can welcome guests with their usual gusto.
Once again, the tourist spots are seeing the daylight. Taj Mahal, the Red Fort, Chittorgarh Fort, and the Ajanta Caves and other centrally protected monuments and museums in India have reopened to the public on 16th June, 2021.
Through online booking services entry has been permitted with on-site ticket counters having been suspended.
Various public places and tourist spots may take a little longer to become accessible to the public; however it won’t be far down the road, assuming the case counts don’t spike.
In India, domestic travel enjoys the public eye. This travel sector is hoped to bounce back first. With 40 countries implementing travel restrictions on India and several more enforcing painstakingly stricter rules, there are only so many places open for Indian travelers. WHO is yet to be approve Covaxin and Sputnik which may put at risk international travel plans of those who have taken either of the two.
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