As India again faces a hike in coronavirus cases, states in the south of India started creating new barriers to travel to limit inter-state travel and contain the spread of coronavirus in their respective regions.

The Additional Director General Tourism, Government of India, while speaking at an e-conclave organized by FICCI, announced that the country will have uniform national travel guidelines at the earliest, which came as an assurance to many.

Brar further said that in meetings between private industry stakeholders and the ministry, the demand for internal travel, ie balance within the country, has been raised. He said that the ministry is working on the above lines, and will try to bring uniform travel guidelines across the country.

Instructions will be given to the states in this regard soon. Further, referring to the reopening of international travel, Brar pointed out that the ministry is in constant dialogue with the health ministry, and is working on systems that will help in reopening destinations for international travel.

Away from traditional mainstream destinations, a lot of new content about experiential destinations is currently being looked at as part of preparing India for a post-coronavirus journey.

Airports are being extensively looked at for destination marketing activities to attract the attention of new age travellers.


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