The luxury cruise liner ‘MV Empress’ from Mumbai reached the newly constructed cruise terminal at Kochi port in Kerala on Wednesday.
Kerala Tourism: The havoc of the second wave of corona in the country is gradually decreasing. Restrictions have been abolished in almost all the states of the country after the cases of corona decreased. The states are being relaxed through unlock, although in view of the possibility of a possible third wave, all kinds of precautions are also being taken. The tourism sector, which was closed due to Corona, is also slowly gaining momentum. Amidst all this, the luxury cruise liner ‘MV Empress’ from Mumbai reached the newly constructed cruise terminal at Kochi port in Kerala on Wednesday. With this, promotion of indigenous tourism has started in Kerala after the epidemic.Also Read – COVID-19 Update: 30,773 new cases of corona came today, 19,325 cases of Kerala included, number of active patients decreased
1200 passengers were on board this cruise going to Lakshadweep. 300 passengers from the cruise landed at Kochi port, who were given a grand welcome. All of them have come here for the purpose of tourism. The Kerala Tourism Department warmly welcomed the tourists. Also Read – Char Dham Yatra Guidelines: Chardham Yatra is starting from tomorrow, registration and e-pass is necessary for darshan, know details
The ship, owned by ‘Cordelia Cruises’, is the first luxury cruise to reach this state-of-the-art terminal after the impact of the Corona epidemic. A tourist who got off the cruise said, ‘I am from Indore in Madhya Pradesh. This is an encouraging welcome. We will visit some heritage areas of Kochi. The tourists were welcomed by Kerala Tourism’s Joint Director R Radhakrishnan and Deputy Director TG Abhilash and other top officials. Also Read – Those who buy liquor should not be treated like animals, if this happens then the government…..
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Kerala Tourism Minister PA Mohammed Riyas said that the arrival of domestic tourists is a promising start for a full-scale resumption of Kerala tourism to overcome the crisis induced by the pandemic. After this the tourists were taken to Mattancherry and Fort Kochi.
Let us tell you that Kerala is a safe place to celebrate holidays in lockdown. Everything from vaccination to bio-bubble models. According to the company, we are grateful to the Kerala Tourism Department for the warm welcome received by Cordelia Cruises upon its arrival in Kerala. Hope the world pays attention to our subcontinent and prepares to experience our offers. We have a confluence of international quality and local tourism.