Jal Mahotsav 2nd Version assumes better growth in investment

The 2nd Version of Jal Mahotsav assumes better growth in investment

Jal Mahotsav at Hanuwantiya Island Madhya Pradesh

The 2nd version of Jal Mahotsav is going to organised by MPTDC at Hanuwantiya located in the district of Khandwa from 15 December 2016 to 15 January 2017. When compared with the last version, the investment this year has as of now assumed an expansion of 30% with much better amenities in the set. A 3Night/2Days holiday package is arranged, said Mr. B. Kundalia, chief of an event management private firm, Aum Event, and Promotions India PVT LTD.

There will be 125 unit of Swiss Camps put up with various lands, air, and water based adventure activities, alongside night outdoors, sustenance area and an art showcase. Guests can experience an upgraded outdoors involvement with new island as well during jal Mahotsav

Tourism Secretary in Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, Mr. Hari Ranjan Rao said that according to the latest MP Tourism Policy released in 2016, the tourism office will give permit and support to work houseboats in MP. Kerala style 2 houseboats with three lodge spaces will be on propose by MP Tourism. “Going ahead, we need the private players to assume control over the houseboat operations”.

The 2nd version as well, will be initiated by Madhya Pradesh’s Chief Minister Mr. Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Tour packages with all inclusions related to Jal Mahotsav are easily accessible on the web and for B2B, tour operators can avail special rate from the event coordinators. We had received roughly 1.50 lakh guests at the last year and we are sure that the number will unquestionably put up this time, added Mr. Rao.

To pull in marriage trade, MP Tourism has unlocked the splendid patio of Jehangir Mahal located in Orchha and the initial wedding will happen on February 22, next year. This protected state Archaeology landmark will now be mostly open for weddings. State Archaeology Department will have half of the total income revenue generated through business.

Among different development projects, MP Tourism is advancing long haul Trek in Parsili close to Sanjay Dubri Tiger Reserve located on the bank of Banas River. Tribal Museum has been propelled in Bhopal which gives a fine look at the state’s legacy. For natural life devotees, stream safari is being offered at Madhai, Pachmarhi and Tawa. MP Tourism has additionally kept in touch with UNESCO to name Ujjain as a next heritage destination in the state. Similarly, to boost up the textile tourism within state under ‘Vastratan’ project Govt. is good to go to showcase famous Maheshwari and Chanderi sarees.

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