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Pitching Amritsar as the wedding tourism destination, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has announced a 100-acre ‘Celebration Point’ in the city with marriage palaces, banquet halls and hotels as he invited more and more tourists to visit the state and enjoy the hospitality and warmth, for which Punjabis are famous the world over. “In Amritsar, we […]Continue Reading
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Odisha Tourism is set to organise its annual camping event Eco Retreat at seven locations offering 220 tents from December 1, 2023. From September 15, tourists will be allowed to book their stays at these seven locations– Konark, Putsil, Sonapur, Daringbadi, Bhitarkanika, Satkosia, and Hirakud. Lenin Mohanty, Chairman, Odisha Tourism Development Corporation (OTDC), said Continue Reading
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The Malaysian state of Sarawak has made sustainability a key area of its tourism development strategy. In order to educate the travel trade in the Indian market, Tourism Malaysia in association with TravelBiz Monitor has launched the Malaysia Master Specialist e-learning programme, and Sarawak is one of the featured states. Q1. Sarawak has made sustainability […]Continue Reading
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Hemant Soren, Chief Minister, Jharkhand, has launched ‘Jharkhand Tourism Policy 2021’ – Jubilant Jharkhand. The policy aims to revive, renew, and revamp the tourism sector of the state, to provide a different dimension and perspective as to how the world views Jharkhand. It targets to bring out the marvels of the state that has an […]Continue Reading
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The state forest and tourism departments are to work hand-in-hand to promote eco-tourism. While the Tamil Nadu Wilderness Experiences Corporation, functioning under the forest department, has already identified five eco-tourism spots, the tourism department is likely to look at streamlining activities such as treks and camping in forest areas. Though eco-tourism began in Continue Reading
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With eco-tourism turning out to be a better alternative to provide a livelihood for the people in remote areas, the Odisha government has approved an action plan worth INR 30 crore for development, up-gradation and creation of new tourist destinations, an official said. Odisha eco-tourism has recorded 96 per cent growth in footfalls and 49 […]Continue Reading
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