First foreign educational delegation visits India from Maldives post-Covid under the Youth Exchange Programme – ET TravelWorld

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First foreign educational delegation visits India from Maldives post-Covid under the Youth Exchange Programme
With India reopening for foreign tourists and welcoming travellers from different parts of the world, groups tours have also started reviving with India hosting one of the first foreign educational delegation from Maldives for a nine-day tour, which will include travel to different cities of the country apart from visiting eminent educational institutes.

Private industry also wants the government to reinstate the e-Tourist Visa facilities of pre-Covid times.

Organised by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India in association with the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India, a 14- member Maldivian youth delegation to India is currently travelling to Udaipur, Mount Abu, Agra, and Delhi and interacting with the Indian youth and sharing mutual experiences.

First foreign educational delegation visits India from Maldives post-Covid under the Youth Exchange Programme
Handling the tour and organising ground arrangements for the delegation, Hariom Singh, CEO, Tiwari Tours shared more details on trip and said it is a wonderful opportunity for the foreign delegation to explore India and project globally India as a safe destination to travel. “Foreign groups travelling to India once again is a positive sign for the revival of the industry. Inbound tourism is kick-starting again, and we should all work together to project that India is ready to welcome tourists again and it is completely safe to travel here,” Singh said in conversation with ETTravelWorld.

Ministry of Tourism’s regional offices across the country welcomed and greeted foreign tourists at airports on their arrival to India after a gap of more than 18 months.

During their stay in India from November 10-18, the delegates have already visited Udaipur and Mount Abu, where they interacted youth from two major universities in the city, shared their experience with local women’s self-help group and also attended sessions on Yoga and meditation. The delegation also visited historic and tourist sites during their visit to Udaipur and Mount Abu, where they were briefed more about the destination. During their visit to Agra and Delhi, the delegation will hold discussions with youth from the Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan and other organisations.



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