Tourists 1.8 lakh Visited Kashmir month of March for the First Time in Decade

Srinagar: For the first time in ten years, Kashmir saw the arrival of about 1.8 lakh tourists in March alone, according to statistics from the Kashmir tourism department Tourists Visited in Kashmir 1.8.

In the next two months, the tourism department is expecting more tourists, as temperatures will rise throughout India. In addition, the annual Amarnath Yatra, which was suspended for two years due to the Covid-19 epidemic, will also start on June 30 and will run for 43 days

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Director of Tourism GN Itoo said that in March 2022, there were 1,79,970 tourists visiting Kashmir, a record for the past 10 years. “This is a record number and we expect it to rise again. Fame for the record number of new arrivals goes to the efforts of all stakeholders, ”he said.

Itoo also said that the tourism department has just embarked on its first hot air balloon tourist tourist and locals event in Zabarwan Park, Srinagar, in addition, it plans to introduce paragliding facilities to tourists in all major tourist destinations in Kashmir Tourists Visited in Kashmir 1.8.

Tourism Secretary Sarmad Hafeez said a series of road shows were held in Bhubaneswar, Bengaluru, Kolkata, and other places to attract tourists to Kashmir. “This year, all the hotels and canoes have been booked for major tourist destinations in Kashmir.”

He added, “We expect further increase in the number of tourists in Kashmir in the coming months.”

Our aim was to provide unique information to visitors to Kashmir. This year, while guests were visiting the Tulip Garden, we had an exhibition of traditional Kashmiri food, featuring wazwan and many varieties of Kashmiri bread. This was an additional feature of the garden, ”he said.

According to officials, it was the first time since the Covid epidemic that a large number of tourists headed to Kashmir.

“The government is also expecting a record number of Amarnath passengers this year as Yatra has been suspended in 2020 and 2021 due to the epidemic,” they said.

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