Madhya Pradesh re-opens its state tourism development corporation hotels, resorts and many private hotels at tourist destinations. The state’s Forest department has also issued a circular regarding re-opening of National Parks from 15th June 2020. National Park’s Buffer Zone will remain open during monsoon season.
“Madhya Pradesh being into Inbound Tourism promotion is very strong with its domestic tourism products, wildlife is one of them. Opening up tourist attractions would also give a sense of “returning to normalcy”. We see great potential after re-opening our destinations like wildlife, heritage, pilgrimage, leisure, and adventure tourism opportunities,” Sonia Meena, Additional Managing Director, Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board said.
Madhya Pradesh Tourism has sanitized and fumigated its premises. “We are ensuring all hygiene and social-distancing norms and SOP issued by the Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India,” she added.
The first segment of the travellers we are looking to attract, are people from within and neighbouring states coming to visit our tourist destinations, she said.