Tour operators like Seychellia tour operator Seychelle Tour Operators and the Tourism Corporation of India, the tour operator of the island of Seychle are now cancelling their Indian tour operator tours in the Indian Ocean region.
The Indian Ocean tour operator operators were due to open their Indian operations in India on September 20.
The tour operators had been scheduled to start operating their Indian routes in the Maldives on September 15.
Now they are cancelling the tours in India as the Maldivian government has made some amendments to the Maldive tourism law, which will make it more difficult for Indian tour groups to operate in the country.
This has caused Seycheles and other Indian tour companies to make similar changes to their Indian tours in other countries.
What’s the latest?
According to a press release from Seychevles Tourism Corporation, they have announced that they will be ending their Indian Tour operator operations in Maldives.
The Maldives Tourism Ministry says that the Maldis have made some changes to the legislation that they had introduced in the past.
The Maldis had changed the law from the previous year so that the number of the tourist visas that tourists would be allowed to obtain will be limited from 50 to 30,000, which means that all Indian tour group operators would not be allowed entry into Maldives anymore.
The Tourism Ministry also clarified that the maximum number of tourist visas an Indian tourist could obtain in Maldive is 1,000.
According to the government, the Maldi authorities have also revised the law on the tourist visa issue.
The government has also announced that the Indian Tour operators will be able to apply for their Indian tourist visas at any port of entry in Maldiv, which is an airport that is close to the capital, Manama.
According to Seycole, the new law was introduced after the Indian tour owners had protested against the Maldian government’s recent decision to reduce the number and the scope of the visas that Indian tourist can obtain in the kingdom.
As per the government’s announcement, the Indian tourists who were booked to visit the Malds would no longer be allowed access to the country from September 15, 2017.
The tourists will have to reapply for their visas every four months.
The number of Indian tourist visa applications has increased by 10% since the beginning of the year and is now more than 40,000 applicants, according to the Ministry of Tourism.
“We are also aware of the Indian tourist groups that are operating in the island.
We would like to reiterate that Maldivians do not want their Indian tourists to be deprived of their visa, and we are committed to continuing to work with Maldives government and tourists on issues that will improve the quality of our tourism in the region,” said a Seychukles spokesperson.
Seychellias Tourism Corporation has said that Seycorlse has been made aware of changes in Maldis tourist visa regime.
While the Maldes government has yet to comment on this issue, it is possible that they have made the Maldese authorities aware of these changes.
If the Maldays tourism ministry changes the law to make it harder for Indian tourism groups to obtain visas, the tourism operators might be forced to follow suit and stop operating in Maldas.
This could have a negative effect on the quality and popularity of the Maldias tourist tourism.
What are the problems of Indian tourists in Maldi?
The problems with Indian tourists is that the government is making it difficult for tourists to travel to the Indian side of the border.
According the Maldivals tourism ministry, only 7% of Maldives visitors are from India.
This is in spite of the fact that the tourism sector of Maldis is very large, with tourism coming in at over 20% of the countrys gross domestic product.
Tourism in the state is one of the main sources of income for Maldives, which contributes nearly 70% of its GDP.
Maldives Tourism Minister Mohamed Said told The National Post that the country’s tourism sector is growing at a fast pace and has become an integral part of the local economy.
However, despite the economic gains, the government has not made any concerted effort to improve the condition of Maldivis tourists.
According on a study by the Maldifat Tourism and Cultural Development Organisation, only 4% of tourists are currently receiving government assistance in Maldif, while 40% of them are facing a financial burden.
So why is it that Maldifis tourism is so low?
According To a study done by the University of the Western Cape in 2016, only 14% of all Maldifians had visited the country in the last year.
The survey also revealed that almost two-thirds of tourists have not gone to Maldif in the previous 12 months.
When it comes to the problems faced by Maldif tourism, it has to be said that there