Initiatives Ensure Safety and Security of Tourists (Download PDF)

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The Ministry of Tourism has taken several initiatives to ensure the safety and security of tourists so that there would be increase in tourists in India. The Ministry of Tourism has posted an advisory on the website www.incredibleindia.org indicating that India remains a safe destination for international visitors

Image of Tourist Helpline

Image of Tourist Helpline

Image of Tourist Helpline

  • A 24x7 Toll Free Multilingual Tourist Info-Helpline on 1800111363 or 1363 in 12 Languages was launched.

  • The helpline to provides information relating to Travel in India and also offers appropriate guidance to tourists in distress while travelling in India.

  • A Welcome card with “Tips to enjoy your stay” is being handed over to foreign tourists on arrival to make the visit of tourists a memorable experience.

  • The State Governments/Union Territory Administrations of Andhra Pradesh, Goa, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jammu & Kashmir, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and Odisha have deployed Tourist Police, in one form or the other.

  • Social Awareness Media Campaigns like ‘Atithidevo Bhava’ launched.

  • Issued Guidelines on Safety and Security of Tourists for States/UTs and Tips for Travellers to stress the importance of safety and risk management, assist in identifying best practices and encourage closer cooperation for ensuring a pleasant experience to the tourists.

  • Conducts a constant dialogue with States/UTs, various tourism related institutions and stakeholders for drawing up strategies for development and promotion of tourism including safe and honorable Tourism.

  • Issued advisories to States/UTs with an advice to mark Selfie Danger Zone at the tourist places.

- Published/Last Modified on: August 1, 2018

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