“Tourist Visa on Arrival” (VoA)

“Tourist Visa on Arrival” (VoA) Walking a StrideAnalyzing the comparison in the month of February, 2012 to 2011, Indian vicinities seem to be attracting more and more foreign tourists to its vicinities. As one witnesses a facilitative measure in order to attract more foreign tourists to India, the scheme launched in the name of “Visa on Arrival” (VoA) from January 2010 is making huge progress. In the earlier phase, citizens of five countries including New Zealand, Luxembourg, Japan, Finland and Singapore availed the benefit whereas the Government of India extended the same to the other countries including Cambodia, Vietnam, Philippines, Laos, Myanmar, and Indonesia. In the month of February 2012, 1259 VoAs were issued, which are higher when compared to the previous year’s 1026 VoAs. Registering a positive growth of 22.7%, the process has shown positive signs. In fact, tours to India are making giant leaps in terms of popularity. This is in fact one of the most important factors in boosting the overall Indian economy. What’s more, it has been substantiated by the recent spurt in the airlines bookings. This is in fact, making huge progress in terms of popularity. The current Government of India’s effort is laudable in many aspects. In fact, it is genuinely making huge strides in terms of making Indian tourism massively popular and significant throughout the world.

Analyzing the comparison in the month of February, 2012 to 2011, Indian vicinities seem to be attracting more and more foreign tourists to its vicinities. As one witnesses a facilitative measure in order to attract more foreign tourists to India, the scheme launched in the name of “Visa on Arrival” (VoA) from January 2010 is making huge progress.

In the earlier phase, citizens of five countries including New Zealand, Luxembourg, Japan, Finland and Singapore availed the benefit whereas the Government of India extended the same to the other countries including Cambodia, Vietnam, Philippines, Laos, Myanmar, and Indonesia.

In the month of February 2012, 1259 VoAs were issued, which are higher when compared to the previous year’s 1026 VoAs. Registering a positive growth of 22.7%, the process has shown positive signs.

In fact, tours to India are making giant leaps in terms of popularity. This is in fact one of the most important factors in boosting the overall Indian economy. What’s more, it has been substantiated by the recent spurt in the airlines bookings. This is in fact, making huge progress in terms of popularity. The current Government of India’s effort is laudable in many aspects. In fact, it is genuinely making huge strides in terms of making Indian tourism massively popular and significant throughout the world.