The total number of international visitors in Dubai from January to May 2021 was 2.06 million. Among international visitors, a substantial number of travellers arrive from India. As per statistics, 6,67,000 Indian visitors arrived in Dubai during January-October 2021. The reason behind such a surge in numbers is not just the fascinating beaches, beautiful skyline and 3.5 hours flight journey from India, but the several entertainment options available in this city.
With the above fundamental stats, it is quite evident that this city is mostly celebrated by the Indians. As there are similarities between cultures, interests and practices followed traditionally. However, Indians have to opt for related documents and clear paper works before visiting Dubai. Access to entry cannot happen without having a visa and other related documents. Therefore, Indians must apply for a tourist visa before visiting Dubai. The Dubai tourist visa for Indians is a permit for travellers to enjoy a seamless travel experience. This particular visa for Indians will be issued on arrival and has a validity period of 14 days. Additionally, the time period may be extended for a similar period, one time only.
Namaste! I'm Medhavi Davda.
I travel to Evolve..
In Nature, I confide..
I find my calling in the Himalayas..
In the Oceans, I meditate..
A High-Altitude Trekker & PADI certified SCUBA Diver, I love exploring the heights and depths of the planet with my regular doses of mountains and oceans.
Discovering myself & life through nature, adventures, travels, sports and dance has been an addiction since my existence!
Quite fond of the natural & cultural diversity of India, I've travelled extensively in my own country before exploring international destinations.
I had left my 9+ yrs of career in Software Industry in a quest to make a living out of my passions. I packed my basics in my car (gave away the rest) and lived in different parts of Himachal Pradesh for 16 months. This invaluable time taught me to experience life from a broader perspective.
I'm currently living in Mumbai to work with an Adventure Travel company as a product manager for Scuba Diving. I continue living a minimalistic life.
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Annapurna Base Camp Trek from Ghandruk Village - the shortest route to ABC Trek
Bandipur - a charming Newari heritage town in Himalayas
Khajuraho Temples: symbolism of sacred union of the divine - feminine energy & masculine consciousness
Walking along the heritage town of Orchha - a hidden gem of Bundelkhand
Sanchi Stupa - the best preserved Buddhist monument of India
Taj-UI-Masajid, Bhopal - the largest mosque in India
Indian Cultural Heritage in Madhya Pradesh - my outdoor history classroom