The september-october issue of India Outbound Magazine is now available! In this issue we present you a dossier on France. Even if the destination was hit by a series of terrorist attacks in 2015-2016, Paris remains the most visited city in the world and Atout France, the French tourism development agency, is promoting regions like Burgundy, Champagne, Normandy or cities like Dijon and Marseille. Reunion Island (Indian ocean) and Guadeloupe (Caribbean), both French overseas territories, are reaching out to potential travellers as they are also home to a prominent Indian diaspora. From France, we also take you to the east for a beach holiday in Bali and a honeymoon in Sydney. From travelling for experience, luxury to food or sports, the Indian tourism industry is growing manifold and the world is waiting to be explored.
Also known as the Island of Gods and the Island of love, Bali in Indonesia is perfect for Indians looking for something of everything like heritage, culture and tradition, adventure, relaxation, shopping as well as clubbing. With‘free visa on arrival’, you just have to pack your bags and get there.
“With the rise of 20-25 pc in the overall honeymoon travel demand over the last three years, Thomas Cook – is particularly bullish about the growing romantic travel market for Indians abroad segment with its partnership with Matrimonial Bazaar,” says Rajeev Kale.
Reunion Island, still widely unknown despite the breathtaking landscapes and natural sites, is an ideal destination for Indian tourists as well as the Bollywood Industry.