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Madhya Pradesh launches ‘Intezaar Aapka’ marketing campaign to draw attention of travelers

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Orcha MPAfter lifting all tour restrictions, Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board (MPTB) has delivered Intezaar Aapka marketing campaign to draw travelers who would like to visit the nation. The marketing campaign is strolling successfully on all social handles of the kingdom tourism board, and is getting tremendous responses too.

The tagline which says Intezaar Aapka states that the country tourism is aware the cutting-edge state of affairs of visitors who had been under lockdown for quite some time now.

The marketing campaign includes a chain of communique about The vacation spot is waiting with a view to explore. Being below lockdown for greater than a hundred days now, guests are keen and willing to come out of their houses with households, not a long way but for a quick weekend getaway.










Retaining such factors in thoughts, the MPTB is promoting places of traveller hobby consisting of Ujjain, Panchmari, Amarkantak, Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Mandu, amongst others. The marketing campaign highlights the top elements of some of these historical destinations in MP. The campaign similarly highlights all the key sights of some of these destinations.

In section one, it highlights the state’s natural world, parks and temples, which had been opened to vacationers on June 15 while in phase two, the state opened all the ASI monuments from July 6.

With the help of this campaign, the tourism board needs to construct the self assurance of tourists. The board has additionally designed several thrilling tour programs preserving safety of travelers in thoughts. From stay to tour, the whole thing could be deliberate in step with the COVID-19 state of affairs. No longer simplest this, the tourism board has additionally introduced brief two to 3 nights street ride itineraries to keep humans from boredom of a weekend.














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As of now, Madhya Pradesh has mentioned 14930 COVID-19 showed cases and 608 deaths.

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