India will make it easier for tourists to see all of the numerous attractions while on holiday.

India is fast becoming one of the most popular holiday destinations for people looking to experience something extraordinary.

The country offers a unique blend of great climate and culture and now Indian authorities are making it much easier for tourist to get around and see all the important sites.

An inter-ministerial coordination committee has outlined some of the future plans that will make a holiday to India even more memorable.

Proposals include information kiosks at the India’s numerous World Heritage sites like the Western Ghats and a new rail infrastructure.

Trains are an iconic part of India’s traditions and a new Shatabdi service will link major hotspots like the Taj Mahal in Agra and Jaipur.

The committee also wants state governments and union territory administrations to create tourist facilitation and infrastructure facilities like audio guides for all the 116 ticketed Archaeological Survey of India monuments.

Written by Erin Marshal

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