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06 August 2015 - Outback India
Outback India Tours prepares for upcoming season July 13, 2015 Australia, India, Wholesaler News No comments india1Outback India Tours prepares for upcoming season Some of the most popular boutique North India tour packages have been created by Outback India Tours with its local Indian associate Travel Launchers. The tours allow Australians to experience the very best of India, by basking in the country’s beauty, colour and hospitality of this amazing country. The itineraries can be found on the website for Outback India Tours, however packages can be built to meet client’s interests. These include yoga and meditation tours in exotic locations such as a roof top over-looking the River Ganges, or a visit to a rural school to meet with the youth of India. Rob Leach, Managing Director of Outback India Tours hosts the tours to North India, and not only is he your travel companion for the duration of your tour, he is also an India travel expert. india3 “I will personally meet you at your arrival point into India and together we will experience the wonders of what INCREDIBLE INDIA has to offer,” Mr Leach said. Travel Launchers is a New Delhi based wholesaler and is a vibrant and brand new name on the Indian travel scene, the company has been approved and registered by the Department of Tourism Gov. of India. The whole time in India, travellers will be chauffeur driven in a quality, comfortable and air-conditioned vehicles by your English speaking driver. Outback India Tours are ideal for the lone traveller, couples and small groups who wish to experience the cultural side of India, as well as the new urban side. india2 “I have a passion for this country and have experienced first-hand this exotic and exciting destination, many times. Along with me you will be travelling with the confidence knowing that you have the backing of Travel Launchers,” Mr Leach concluded. The season for Outback India Tours starts back up in September, so email Rob Leach to find out more. Rob Leach: rob@outbackindiatours.com Read more at http://www.etbtravelnews.com

Read more at http://australia.etbtravelnews.com/256790/outback-india-tours-prepares-for-upcoming-season/
Outback India Tours prepares for upcoming season July 13, 2015 Australia, India, Wholesaler News No comments india1Outback India Tours prepares for upcoming season Some of the most popular boutique North India tour packages have been created by Outback India Tours with its local Indian associate Travel Launchers. The tours allow Australians to experience the very best of India, by basking in the country’s beauty, colour and hospitality of this amazing country. The itineraries can be found on the website for Outback India Tours, however packages can be built to meet client’s interests. These include yoga and meditation tours in exotic locations such as a roof top over-looking the River Ganges, or a visit to a rural school to meet with the youth of India. Rob Leach, Managing Director of Outback India Tours hosts the tours to North India, and not only is he your travel companion for the duration of your tour, he is also an India travel expert. india3 “I will personally meet you at your arrival point into India and together we will experience the wonders of what INCREDIBLE INDIA has to offer,” Mr Leach said. Travel Launchers is a New Delhi based wholesaler and is a vibrant and brand new name on the Indian travel scene, the company has been approved and registered by the Department of Tourism Gov. of India. The whole time in India, travellers will be chauffeur driven in a quality, comfortable and air-conditioned vehicles by your English speaking driver. Outback India Tours are ideal for the lone traveller, couples and small groups who wish to experience the cultural side of India, as well as the new urban side. india2 “I have a passion for this country and have experienced first-hand this exotic and exciting destination, many times. Along with me you will be travelling with the confidence knowing that you have the backing of Travel Launchers,” Mr Leach concluded. The season for Outback India Tours starts back up in September, so email Rob Leach to find out more. Rob Leach: rob@outbackindiatours.com Read more at http://www.etbtravelnews.com

Read more at http://australia.etbtravelnews.com/256790/outback-india-tours-prepares-for-upcoming-season/
Outback India Tours prepares for upcoming season July 13, 2015 Australia, India, Wholesaler News No comments india1Outback India Tours prepares for upcoming season Some of the most popular boutique North India tour packages have been created by Outback India Tours with its local Indian associate Travel Launchers. The tours allow Australians to experience the very best of India, by basking in the country’s beauty, colour and hospitality of this amazing country. The itineraries can be found on the website for Outback India Tours, however packages can be built to meet client’s interests. These include yoga and meditation tours in exotic locations such as a roof top over-looking the River Ganges, or a visit to a rural school to meet with the youth of India. Rob Leach, Managing Director of Outback India Tours hosts the tours to North India, and not only is he your travel companion for the duration of your tour, he is also an India travel expert. india3 “I will personally meet you at your arrival point into India and together we will experience the wonders of what INCREDIBLE INDIA has to offer,” Mr Leach said. Travel Launchers is a New Delhi based wholesaler and is a vibrant and brand new name on the Indian travel scene, the company has been approved and registered by the Department of Tourism Gov. of India. The whole time in India, travellers will be chauffeur driven in a quality, comfortable and air-conditioned vehicles by your English speaking driver. Outback India Tours are ideal for the lone traveller, couples and small groups who wish to experience the cultural side of India, as well as the new urban side. india2 “I have a passion for this country and have experienced first-hand this exotic and exciting destination, many times. Along with me you will be travelling with the confidence knowing that you have the backing of Travel Launchers,” Mr Leach concluded. The season for Outback India Tours starts back up in September, so email Rob Leach to find out more. Rob Leach: rob@outbackindiatours.com Read more at http://www.etbtravelnews.com

Read more at http://australia.etbtravelnews.com/256790/outback-india-tours-prepares-for-upcoming-season/
Outback India Tours prepares for upcoming season Read more at http://www.etbtravelnews.com

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06 August 2015 - Outback India Tours prepares for upcoming season Read more at http://www.etbtravelnews.com

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Meet us at MATTA KL (4-6 Sep)

01 July 2015 -


Travel Launchers is participating in MATTA KL (4-6 September 2015) under India Tourism pavilion. We look forward to welcome all the visitors to India Tourism Pavilion and looking forward to update you on India Tourism and encourage visiting our beautiful country.

For details on event, please visit http://www.mattafair.org.my/

Visa on Arrival Counties

25 June 2015 -

Visa on Arrival Facility is available for holders of passport of following countries

1.

Australia

12.

Brazil

23.

Cambodia

34.

Cook Islands

2.

Djibouti

13.

Fiji

24.

Finland

35.

Germany

3.

Indonesia

14.

Israel

25.

Japan

36.

Jordan

4.

Kenya

15.

Kiribati

26.

Laos

37.

Luxembourg

5.

Marshall Islands

16.

Mauritius

27.

Mexico

38.

Micronesia

6.

Myanmar

17.

Nauru

28.

New Zealand

39.

Niue Island

7.

Norway

18.

Oman

29.

Palau

40.

Palestine

8.

Papua New Guinea

19.

Philippines

30.

Republic of Korea

41.

Russia

9.

Samoa

20.

Singapore

31.

Solomon Islands

42.

Thailand

10.

Tonga

21.

Tuvalu

32.

UAE

43.

Ukraine

11.

USA

22.

Vanuatu

33.

Vietnam

44.


Eligibility

Ø International Travellers whose sole objective of visiting India is recreation , sightseeing , casual visit to meet friends or relatives, short duration medical treatment or casual business visit.

Ø Passport should have at least six months validityfrom the date of arrival in India. The passport should have at least two blank pages for stamping by the Immigration Officer.

Ø International Travellers should have return ticket or onward journey ticket, with sufficient money to spend during his/her stay in India.

Ø International Travellers having Pakistani Passport or Pakistani origin may please apply for regular Visa at Indian Mission.

Ø Not available to Diplomatic/Official Passport Holders.

Ø Not available to individuals endorsed on Parent’s/Spouse’s Passport i.e. each individual should have a separate passport.

Ø Not available to International Travel Document Holders.

Apply online: - Upload Photo and Passport Page

Pay visa fee online: - Using Credit / Debit card

Receive ETA Online: - ETA Will is sent to your e-mail

Fly to India: - Print ETA and carry at the time of travel

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Over 9%Growth in FTAs to India08 June 2015 -

Over 9 %Growth in FTAs to India NEW DELHI:

NEW DELHI: Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) to India witnessed a jump of over nine per cent in May this year over the same period in 2014, while Foreign Exchange Earnings (FEEs) in INR terms registered a whopping hike of 23.6 per cent, government today said.

At least 5.11 lakh footfalls were recorded in May this year as compared to 4.68 lakh in May last year, registering a growth of 9.2 per cent. The numbers for the same month in 2013 was 4.17 lakh, a government statement said today.

FTAs during the period January-May 2015 were 33.32 lakh with a growth of 3.6 per cent, as compared to the FTAs of 32.15 lakh in January-May 2014, it added.

The percentage share of Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India in May 2015, among the top 15 source countries, was highest from Bangladesh (19.32 pc), followed by USA (16.99 pc), UK (7.79 pc), Malaysia (3.59 pc), Sri Lanka (3.54 pc), Japan (2.78 pc), Australia (2.66 pc), Canada (2.63 pc), Germany (2.59 pc), China (2.56 pc), Nepal (2.52 pc), Singapore (2.36 pc), France (2.16 pc), Pakistan (1.84 pc), and Oman (1.66 pc).

These top 15 countries account for 74.99 per cent of the total FTAs during May 2015, the statement added.

FEE during the month of May 2015 were Rs 8,877 crore as compared to Rs 7,184 crore in May 2014 and Rs 6,627 crore in May 2013.

The growth rate in FEEs in rupee terms during May 2015 over May 2014 was 23.6 per cent as compared to 8.4 per cent in May 2014 over May 2013.

FEE from tourism in January-May 2015 period was Rs 51,351 crore growing by 6.3 per cent over the same period in the last year when it was of Rs 48,302 crore and had grown by 8.7 per cent over the corresponding period in the year previous to it.

"FEEs from tourism in USD terms during January-May 2015 were USD 8.207 billion with a growth of 4 per cent as compared to the USD 7.894 billion with a decline of 3.5 per cent during January-May 2014 over January-May 2013," the statement said.

The Ministry of Tourism compiles monthly estimates of FTAs on the basis of nationality-wise, port-wise data received from Bureau of Immigration (BOI) and FEEs from tourism on the basis of data available from Reserve Bank of India.


http://www.newindianexpress.com/nation/Over-9-Percent-Growth-in-Foreign-Tourist-Arrivals-to-India/2015/06/08/article2856109.ece

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