During the Global Maritime India Summit, Prime Minister Modi spoke about the initiatives taken by India to develop maritime tourism. He mentioned the world’s longest river cruise service and various projects related to cruise tourism in ports like Mumbai, Vizag, and Chennai. The aim is to make India a major cruise hub.
The Prime Minister highlighted the importance of maritime tourism and the potential it holds for economic growth. He emphasized the need for developing infrastructure and facilities to attract cruise tourists. The new international cruise terminal in Mumbai and the modern cruise terminals in Vizag and Chennai are part of the government’s efforts to enhance cruise tourism in these regions.
Modi’s speech at the summit showcased the government’s commitment to promoting tourism in India and leveraging the country’s vast coastline. By investing in cruise tourism infrastructure and facilities, India aims to tap into the growing global cruise market and boost its economy.