Local people go for a stroll in Shimla, India. Foreign tourists will be allowed to visit India from October 15. Photo: Getty Images
Local people go for a stroll in Shimla, India. Foreign tourists will be allowed to visit India from October 15. Photo: Getty Images

Taj Mahal, Rajasthan desert palaces and more reopen to tourists from overseas in October as India looks to revive tourist industry

  • Tourists from overseas will be able to visit India from October 15 – for the first time since March 2020 when the country went into a strict lockdown
  • The move follows a tentative reopening in recent months to travellers on business, diplomatic and student visas. Visitors must follow Covid-19 protocols

Local people go for a stroll in Shimla, India. Foreign tourists will be allowed to visit India from October 15. Photo: Getty Images
Local people go for a stroll in Shimla, India. Foreign tourists will be allowed to visit India from October 15. Photo: Getty Images
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