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Maharashtra Tourism and Travelxp come together to showcase state’s unexplored adventure destinations

Maharashtra Tourism in association with Travelxp brings an exclusive 13-episode travel show, divided into 9 episodes and 4 mini-episodes with the aim to promote Maharashtra as an adventure tourist destination among aspiring Indian travellers, further showcasing the unexplored gems the state has to offer.

Maharashtra is known for its ethereal mountains, chattering river streams, and ferocious tides that are home to several adventure activities like trekking, paragliding, snorkeling, parasailing, etc. This, in combination with the welcoming and inclusive culture, has made the state one of the most attractive adventure destinations in the country. Further building on this recognition and following the resurgence of travel, Maharashtra Tourism now looks to enhance this growth and influence a larger audience to experience adventure tourism within the state.

Principal Secretary, Tourism, Valsa Nair Singh adds, “There is huge potential for adventure tourism in the state. Through key partnerships like this, we look to persuade aspiring travellers across the country to experience the unexplored adventure destinations in the state. This collaboration with Travelxp perfectly showcases Maharashtra in a way that has never been seen before”.

Altaf Ladak, Regional Head, Sales, Travelxp 4K HD, says, “We are delighted to showcase the adventure offerings of Maharashtra to aspiring travellers across the country through the power of 4K HDR content. In a period where travel is witnessing a resurgence, this strategic association will allow Travelxp to be at the heart of positioning Maharashtra as one of the most attractive adventure destinations for tourists.”

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