India eVisa restored for British travellers

Tuesday, 05 Dec, 2022 0

Travel to India just got easier for Brits with the return of the India eVisa scheme.

British travellers to India will now be able to make holiday plans without having to attend an in-person appointment.

UK passport holders have been barred from India eVisa scheme due to a dispute over access to Britain for Indians.

The India eVisa is now available to British passport holders.

Kerry Golds, Abercrombie & Kent Chief Tour Operating Officer hailed the move.

She says India has been a firm favourite for both Cox & Kings and A&K guests.

The return of the eVisa will significantly boost tourism from the UK, the company says.

Both A&K and Cox & Kings offers a wide array of India tours including Classic Northern India and The Grand Tour of India.



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