Dubai: Current regulatory amendments to the UAE’s visa system are estimated to improve medical tourism and increase the local cruise sector, the Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) announced.
Effective on August 1, the new visa and fees system has been implemented. The new procedures include a new multiple entry tourism permit for cruise passengers and a sort of new entry permits for medical tourists and their cohorts.
The visa choices will reduce travel between the UAE and neighboring countries for travelers who have to make multiple stops whether by land, sea or air. This optimistic pronouncement of the new visa system will have a heartening impression on the pleasant surroundings of Dubai as a destination for those out of the country guests who plan on travelling in and out of the UAE.
Coast travelers can enter all of the UAE ports in their route with one multiple entry visa. The new multiple entry tourism permit, which is priced at Dh200, is projected to make their travel more cost helpful and logistically more suitable. A number of key markets for which previous regulations made the cost considerably higher will be impacted, including Russia, India, Brazil, China, the CIS, and South Africa.
The announcement will have a considerable impact on cruise tourism in the Arabian Gulf. With Dubai being the only home harbor for a lot of worldwide cruise lines operating cruises in this nation, the advantage of simplifying visa systems through allowing passengers multiple entry tourist permits will lessen the costs for each passenger and further improve the sector’s development.