India’s Tourism Ministry To Participate In World Travel Market 2022 In London. Here’s How This Will Boost The Travel Industry!

World Travel Market
by Shreya Ghosh 252

The Ministry of Tourism of India is soon going to participate in the World Travel Market 2022. London is hosting the 3-day exhibition starting on 7 November till 9 November 2022. India’s participation is going to be beneficial for the country in so many different ways as World Travel Market is actually a massive travel exhibition conducted on a global level. The theme this year is ‘The Future of Travel Starts Now’.

The Ministry of Tourism Of India Is Participating In London’s World Travel Market 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a heartbreaking experience for everyone in different industries and sectors. While stepping outside was the biggest fear, travelling to some place for a vacation was something we avoided for two years. And now the World Travel Market 2022 will help the tourism sector to experience a boost after two years.

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Every country is opening its borders to tourists and visitors after two years. And Ministry of Tourism of India’s participation in this mega exhibition is crucial to elevate the tourism industry after this long halt. In fact, the Ministry of Tourism of India released a statement about how this year’s participation is very beneficial with India opening all its tourist attractions for visitors from all around.

Here’s How This Exhibition Will Boost The Travel Industry:

India conducted the world’s largest vaccination drive. And by vaccinating the citizens, the country is prepared to welcome guests from all around the world. India’s participation in the World Travel Market will take the country to a position where it can establish itself as the perfect destination for tourists.

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Proper recovery from the post-pandemic loss in the tourism industry will not only lead to a spike in the travel sector and its business but also add to the country’s GDP. Also, more travel signifies more job opportunities and it truly is a great sign.

Arvind Singh is the secretary of the Indian Ministry of Tourism and he is leading the Indian delegation in 2022. To represent the Indian delegation, secretaries, senior dignitaries, stakeholders, travel delegates, and tour operators are joining the exhibition.

News Source: LiveMint, Asiana Times

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