India is an ideal destination for travellers, according to the country’s ministry of tourism.
“Besides the fantastic cultural and heritage tourism products, India today offers a range of new products in adventure and sports tourism, both soft and hard.
“One can go for mountaineering in the Himalayas or white water river rafting in Ganges or discover the Valley of Flowers at one’s own leisurely pace,” explained Mr Khwaja.
He also explained that the country’s regional destinations are set to become more popular as rural tourism grows in popularity. This could lead to more people taking flights to India and visiting areas away from the traditional tourist hotspots.
Recent figures published by GTR Global concluded that India’s hotels have seen a six per cent rise in occupancy in the past month.
Written by Erin Marshall.