Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has now launched a host of initiatives to boost tourism in the state. According to the latest reports, the CM of Maharashtra has launched a new nautical club at Ganpatipule in Ratnagiri, a renovated MTDC complex at Sinhagad Fort in Pune, as well as a new MTDC website.
Maharashtra’s Ministry of Tourism has even signed memoranda of understanding with online travel agencies to promote government properties. In addition, it will also launch skydiving and adventure sports activities.
In addition, with the aim of improving the quality of tourism in the state, a Memorandum of Understanding has also been signed with the National Institute of Hotel and Catering Management of Maharashtra in Pune. Here, MTDC staff will be trained every year.
The Chief Minister stressed that the state has many destinations to attract and interest domestic and international travelers. He said: “Two things are needed to boost tourism. One is what we can offer a wider range of tourists. Second, we must ensure that we provide new tourist attractions.
He insisted on such destinations as the Amsterdam Tulip Garden and said Maharashtra can also create such flower gardens on Kaas Pathar in Satara.
Such developments will go a long way in helping the state boost tourism to pre-pandemic levels. Now that destinations are reopening across India, travelers must be provided with good facilities and world-class experiences so that they can be at peace while on vacation.