Travelling is an indispensable part of our life. While travelling within India is normal for most people, more and more people wish to travel around the world. The number of people travelling abroad for vacations has risen significantly over the years. The arrival of international tourists worldwide has risen from 25 million in 1950 to about 1.3 billion today. This, in turn, has influenced countries to focus more on their tourism and offer better facilities to tourists. Speaking of tourism, did you know World Tourism Day is just around the corner and this year India is the official host of World Tourism Day 2019?Read more
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World Tourism Day is celebrated on 27 September every year. The World Tourism Day event is organized every year by the United Nations World Tourism Organization or UNWTO. It is celebrated with an aim to create awareness about the significance of tourism among different countries and international communities. World Tourism Day strives to bring consciousness about the social, economic, cultural and political importance of tourism. Moreover, World Tourism Day brings to fore the contribution of the tourism sector in achieving the Millennium Development Goals listed by the UN.
India is the host country for this year’s World Tourism Day. The theme for World Tourism Day 2019 celebration is ‘Tourism and Jobs - A better future for all’. With this theme, World Toursim Day wants to highlight the role of tourism in job creation all over the world. World Tourism Day aspires to maximize the potential of tourism in creating better jobs, incorporate advanced technology and ensure that tourism skills are matches the required level.
India is no less than a paradise for tourists. This makes India the perfect host for the World Tourism Day 2019. Right from the breathtaking Himalayas to the southern backwaters, India has something to mesmerize all the tourists visiting the country on World Tourism Day 2019. However, no trip to India is complete without visiting the Golden Triangle. The Golden Triangle of India comprises of the cities of New Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, which marks a triangle when connected on a map. Since this year’s event for World Tourism Day will be held in New Delhi, it gives everyone the perfect opportunity to visit India’s Golden Triangle and experience the richness of India’s different culture.
If you are planning to travel to India’s Golden Triangle this World Tourism Day, follow the travel tips given below to travel comfortably and safely:
World Tourism Day is the perfect excuse to visit India’s Golden Triangle along with other places in India. If you follow these tips, travelling to Delhi, Agra and Jaipur can be made enjoyable and stress-free. So go ahead and plan a trip to the Godlen Traiangle during your visit to India this World Tourism Day.