Kalighat Temple

Responsible for the tourism sector in India (Kumari Selja), and the Minister of tourism of Mexico (Gloria Guevara), signed an agreement to promote industrial projects on a bilateral basis regarding this industry, with the intention of promoting travel to the two countries. What is intended by this agreement is giving a push Mexico and India bilateral contacts, generate programs for student exchanges and prepare gastronomy festivals. The first step for this intelligent strategy is the opening of an Indian cultural center in the capitalmexicana. The next year a festival be held to disseminate some important aspects of this country, like yoga and health of India in Mexico Tourism. Contact information is here: Sheila Bair. These two countries also agreed to work to combat climate change. Tourists from Mexico and India will find many attractions in the two countries.

In India, cities such as Bombay, Delhi and Calcutta are characterized by interesting sites that have, as the Qutb complex, Humayun’s Tomb, the Raj Ghat, Kalighat Temple and the Museum of Mahatma Ghandi. India also has other interesting as the famous Taj Mahal and the temples of Khajuraho sites. For its part, Mexico, offers a surprising tourist combination between history and natural attractions. The historic centre of the city of Mexico, the beaches of Cancun or Acapulco, the archaeological sites of Chichen Itza, the volcanic axis and the jungles of Chiapas are among its main attractions.