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1,000 per cent increase in tourists arriving on e-visas to India in a single year!

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Looks like e-tourist visas are the future!

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During January-December, 2015 a total of 445,300 tourists arrived on e-Tourist Visas as compared to 39,046 during January-December, 2014 registering a growth of 1040.4 per cent. New Delhi Airport (36.23 per cent) and Mumbai Airport (21.90 per cent) lead the list of ports with tourist arrivals on e-Tourist Visa during December 2015 followed by Goa Airport (16.54 per cent). The top 10 source countries availing our e-tourist visa facilities are:

UK (23.81 per cent), USA (19.59 per cent), Russian Fed. (9.33 per cent), Australia (5.44 per cent per cent), Germany (4.86 per cent), France (4.44 per cent), Canada (4.40 per cent), China (3.10 per cent), Republic of Korea (1.83 per cent) and Ukraine (1.67 per cent). With more and more businesses and individuals going online every year, it will be interesting to see how much the e-visa tourist arrival grows in the coming years and which tourist destinations attract the most visitors availing e-visa facilities.

If you are a tourist planning to visit India, here is all you need to know about India s e-tourist visa facilities:

What s the e-tourist visa

An electronic tourist visa or e-TV for India is a visa you can obtain online to visit India for a short duration. The validity of this visa is 30 days from the date of arrival in India.

here5. Once you fill in the details, upload your photo and passport page, and pay the fees online using a credit or debit card, you will receive you e-visa (on approval) on your registered email ID. You can print your e-visa and carry it along at the time of travel. You can track the status of your application here6. For more details and recent updates, visit India s Ministry of tourism website7.

With inputs from Press Information Bureau

First Published: January 20, 2016

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Looks like e-tourist visas are the future!

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During January-December, 2015 a total of 445,300 tourists arrived on e-Tourist Visas as compared to 39,046 during January-December, 2014 registering a growth of 1040.4 per cent. New Delhi Airport (36.23 per cent) and Mumbai Airport (21.90 per cent) lead the list of ports with tourist arrivals on e-Tourist Visa during December 2015 followed by Goa Airport (16.54 per cent). The top 10 source countries availing our e-tourist visa facilities are:

UK (23.81 per cent), USA (19.59 per cent), Russian Fed. (9.33 per cent), Australia (5.44 per cent per cent), Germany (4.86 per cent), France (4.44 per cent), Canada (4.40 per cent), China (3.10 per cent), Republic of Korea (1.83 per cent) and Ukraine (1.67 per cent). With more and more businesses and individuals going online every year, it will be interesting to see how much the e-visa tourist arrival grows in the coming years and which tourist destinations attract the most visitors availing e-visa facilities.

If you are a tourist planning to visit India, here is all you need to know about India s e-tourist visa facilities:

What s the e-tourist visa

An electronic tourist visa or e-TV for India is a visa you can obtain online to visit India for a short duration. The validity of this visa is 30 days from the date of arrival in India.

here32. Once you fill in the details, upload your photo and passport page, and pay the fees online using a credit or debit card, you will receive you e-visa (on approval) on your registered email ID. You can print your e-visa and carry it along at the time of travel. You can track the status of your application here33. For more details and recent updates, visit India s Ministry of tourism website34.

With inputs from Press Information Bureau

First Published: January 20, 2016

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