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Tourism in Kashmir hit by second wave of COVID-19 in country



ANI |
Updated:
May 05, 2021 01:31 IST

Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], May 5 (ANI): The second wave of COVID-19 has badly hit tourism in Kashmir valley.
According to the local tourist operators, tourism season gradually picked up from October last year. Heavy snowfall in the last winter attracted thousands of tourists in Kashmir especially in Gulmarg where the grand sports event ‘Khelo India’ was organized by the government. The opening of the Tulip Garden in March this year further catalyzed the influx of visitors.
Speaking to ANI, Rauf Tramboo, President, Adventure Tour Operators Association of Kashmir, said, “We could see a ray of hope in November-December last year as tourists were arriving. All the stakeholders were happy. From January to March there was so much demand for accommodation in Gulmarg. Till April bookings were intact and the industry was in a…

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