‘Back to Kashmir’: Hopes brighten for tourism revival as COVID cases record sharp drop – The Kashmir Monitor

Srinagar:   Tourism operators have started receiving queries from visitors as COVID cases record a sharp drop across the country.

Sensing opportunity, tourism stakeholders have asked the government to initiate the process of inviting tourists to Kashmir.


“The numbers have started stabilizing and now it is the time that government starts resuming tourism activities in Kashmir. They should resume promotional activities as lots of people associated with the sector have suffered for the last two months,” said president Travel Agents Association of Kashmir (TAAK) Farooq Ahmad Kuthoo.

Kuthoo said they have started receiving queries from tourists for the last one week as the situation has started improving across India. “It is a good time to host tourists as the weather in Kashmir is pleasant. We are now getting queries from our clients. The government should take a call to allow tourism,” he said.

President TAAK said the government should issue fresh guidelines so that tourists…

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