Union minister for Shipping, Road Transport and Highways, Nitin Gadkari announced today that a cruise tourism policy is in the making and will be announced next month with an aim to tap India’s vast potential on this front and attract more vessels.
The country draws nearly 70 cruise vessels a year, which is expected to go up to 700 with this initiative.
“Cruise tourism can be India’s economic growth engine as there is a vast untapped potential. In a month, the policy will be ready as a joint working group comprising shipping and tourism secretaries is working on it,” Gadkari said. Read More…
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