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Jordan hosts business forum in Delhi in attempt to enhance ties with India

His Majesty King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein of Jordan attended a part of the Jordanian-Indian Business Forum that was held in New Delhi, where he promised potential investors all help possible to facilitate their businesses in Jordan, according to a Royal Court statement during his State visit to India.

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Jordan hosts adventure trip for Indian TV stars

Aiming to bring together a combination of adrenalin pumping adventure, fitness and a healthy lifestyle – five Indian TV celebrities visited Jordan recently on an adventure trip.

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Jordan Tourism engages travel and tour operators through multi-city seminars

Think Strawberries, Jordan Tourism Board's Representative Office in India held multi-city Educational Seminars in the major outbound cities of India, New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore recently. The aim of these seminars was to educate the travel agents and tour operators of the fabulous offerings that Jordan has and to announce the success of its activities and plans through 2017.

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A wedding in Jordan will get you a luxury honeymoon of 7 nights sponsored by Jordan Tourism Board

Jordan's well-deserved reputation as a stable and prospering Arab nation has proved to be an oasis in the desert for tourists and newly weds. Fast making a mark as a coveted wedding destination and spot for a luxury honeymoon, Jordan is full to the brim with cultural and historical landmarks for the newly married.

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Free visa-on-arrival for groups should boost tourism from India: Ashit Taneja, Country Head, Jordan Tourism Board

Jordan with its close proximity to India, cultural and architectural history and iconic attractions such as the Dead sea, Petra and Wadi Rum has been drawing tourists from India for long, seeing 50,000 tourists from India last year. Ashit Taneja, Country Head, Jordan Tourism Board, Representative Office of India clears doubts about its visa on arrival regime and explains why traveling in groups of five people or more is such a good idea.

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