Madhya Pradesh Tourism Hosts Its First Virtual Road Show

Madhya Pradesh Tourism Hosts Its First Virtual Road Show

Madhya Pradesh Tourism recently organized a virtual road show for travel agents and tour operators of Pune.

“Madhya Pradesh the Heart of Incredible India is truly honoured and privileged for hosting this virtual Road Show and e- meeting you all. Madhya Pradesh has always offered an assortment of attractions to everyone who loves to travel. It has wildlife hotspots with 11 National parks & 24 Wildlife sanctuaries with rich Flora and Fauna. “The Tiger State of India” also recently crowned as “Leopard State” for having the highest number of Leopard count in the State.

This event helps us to achieve our goals in promoting our tourism products. We are hoping that this road show will stimulate the curiosity in the Travel Agents and Tour Operators and they in turn will lead their guests to explore and  experience Madhya Pradesh, Sheo Shekhar Shukla, IAS, Principal Secretary, Tourism, Govt. of MP & Managing Director, MP Tourism Board, said. He also assured full support jiof Madhya Pradesh tourism for the revival of domestic tourism between the states.

Speaking on the occasion, Sonia Meena, IAS, Additional Managing Director, MP Tourism Board said, “We are in the process to build the confidence and trust amongst the travellers we have launched various campaigns during lockdown with the  intention of keeping in touch with travelers & our partners to ensure them that all the norms for safety against COVID-19 are being followed”.

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