Difference between International Tourist and Domestic TouristThis is a featured page

An International Tourist has been defined as a person visiting other country and staying at least for 24 hours and maximum for 6 months and the mean purpose of his visit is other than the exercise of an activity related to work at earnings or establishment of residence in the country visited. Such persons must carry a valid passport, visa, health certificates, amount of currency carrying and other essential information required by authorities of the concerned country from time to time.
A Domestic Tourist has been defined as a person who travels within the country to a place other than his normal place of residence and stays at hotels or other such establishments run on commercial basis like youth hostels, guest hostels, dharamshala, circuit houses etc are stays with friends and relatives and visits the places of attraction or pilgrimages for a duration of not less than 24 hours and maximum of 6 months. Such persons do not require any document like passport or visa etc.


Codis4u
Codis4u
Latest page update: made by Codis4u , Dec 8 2009, 12:14 AM EST (about this update About This Update Codis4u international tourist, domestic tourist - Codis4u

166 words added

view changes

- complete history)
More Info: links to this page
There are no threads for this page.  Be the first to start a new thread.

Related Content

  (what's this?Related ContentThanks to keyword tags, links to related pages and threads are added to the bottom of your pages. Up to 15 links are shown, determined by matching tags and by how recently the content was updated; keeping the most current at the top. Share your feedback on WikiFoundry Central.)