Madhya Pradesh to charm travelers with ‘intezaar Aapka’ Campaign

Posted on July 9, 2020 by

MP Tourism Board

There’s good news in the box for travelers who wish to step out and explore their favorite places!

The State Government lifts all travel constraints and Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board (MPTB) has come up with the ‘Intezaar Aapka’ campaign. This aims at giving a loud call to all tourists who desire to visit the land of pride. On almost all social handles, this campaign is in full force by the state tourism board. A positive part is even they are receiving good responses on the same. 

Tagline saying ‘Intezaar Aapka’ imparts a clear indication that state tourism is getting a notch on the current scenario of tourists who have been stuck at their homes during lockdown for a long time. This catchy call is alluring the people to pep up for their next visit.

Under the campaign ’Intezaar Aapka’; emphasis is on the popular destinations that the tourists wish to explore. Not just the state tourism board, even the travel enthusiasts were eagerly waiting for this travel call from within the country. After being into lockdown from the past 100 days, people are willing to free themselves from bondage and excitement is on the verge to travel with families and friends. 

You can’t ignore the fact that COVID hesitation would not leave them as it is now stuck in minds of everyone. But the happiness of even a small weekend getaway within the country boundaries is always a delightful experience. MPTB understands the concern of its customers and is making plans to ensure no crowd gathering and proper sanitization at all locations. 

Promotional tourist places in Madhya Pradesh by tourism boards focus on Panchmari, Amarkantak, Ujjain, Kanha, Mandu, and Bandhavgarh. All these destinations portray significant historic importance. Besides, the above-said campaign also highlights the tales and facts behind all popular places of interest. People are awaiting the new getaway experience as they wish to hold on to the amazing traveling experience. This can be most understood by the frequent tourists who love to move around. 

Under Phase One, the highlight was the state’s park, wildlife, and prominent temples. These prime attractions were already open on June 15 during Phase two and the remaining ASI monuments were open from July 6.  

This new campaign is a further step to build confidence amongst the tourists. Besides, the Madhya Pradesh tourism board is taking into account all safety measures to ensure the safety of their travelers. Right from hotel stay to sightseeing, state government’s SOPs govern the movement of travelers in state boundaries. THE recent COVID-19 situation is well-known to them and they are active towards managing the scenario. 

To begin with, MP tourism introduced packages of two or three-night road trips with small travel itineraries. It focuses more on driving away from the boredom of people and give a leisure weekend experience. 

As per the records, Madhya Pradesh till now has 14,930 confirm COVID cases, and death tolls are at 608.