India is Turning Out to be a Preferred Destination for Gulf & Middle East Tourists
India has always been a popular international destination due to its cultural and heritage importance. And it is even more popular among tourists from the Gulf and the Middle East region. India’s rich and interesting history, along with architectural marvels catches the fancy of globetrotters. Over and above, its exuberant beaches, wild rivers and colorful festivals always leave tourists completely satisfied.
A charming tourist destination, India is leaving no stone unturned to give the best from best to Saudi Arabia tourists. India’s constantly improving infrastructure, better connectivity between different parts, diverse landmasses and a carefully devised “Incredible India” campaign have earned it the tourism growth rate of over 7 percent.
With over 250,000 tourists coming to India from the Gulf and Middle East every year, this region is turning out to be a significant tourism generating market. Saudi Arabia is the biggest contributor, which is evident from the fact that 22000 Saudi national visited India in 2013.
Be it children, youth, adults or senior citizens, India has something special for tourists from every quarter of sphere. There are many aspects of India, strewn in different corners of India. Travel north and you will be astonished by intricately carved monuments; in the south, nature will be ready to infuse peace into your soul; East will introduce you to the amazing ‘7 sisters of India’ and West will put forth the fast developing facet of India.
One of the most common interests of tourists is Golden Triangle Tour that covers Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Delhi is the capital city of India, brimming with marvelous edifices, cheerful markets and lush gardens. It boasts of state-of-the-art infrastructure and presents tourists a mix of ethnic and modern India.
Jaipur is a popular city in Rajasthan that is famed for its splendid forts and palaces, built in different corners of the region. It is also known as the Pink City due to the excessive use of this color in the city.
Agra is the home to the world-renowned Taj Mahal that has always been a source of inspiration for many poets and writers. Besides Taj Mahal, the city envelops the Agra Fort, Ram Bagh and Itmad–ud-Daulah. Agra is also is also looked up to for its craftsmanship and a unique range of handicrafts.
The above mentioned is just the one travel circuit. And there are many more waiting to surprise you. India is a charming landmass that possesses all the elements required to turn your ordinary sojourn into the most extraordinary one.
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