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Travel Again India: The Grandeur of Rajasthan Inveigles the Travellers

Nothing is permanent, not even this global pandemic. Now that we’re stuck between, ‘Will I or Won’t I travel too soon mindset’, the whiff of respite is that some places in India are calling the tourists with open arms. In this time of oblivion, travellers are seeking hope with domestic tourism. Holiday destinations that are close to home are the safest options as you can rush back in case of any emergency. Take this as an opportunity to experience the best road trips ever. Time to be vocal for local!

From Unlock 1.0 to Unlock 4.0, we have manoeuvred to the next series where #travelagainindia comes to rescue for all the travellers whose wanderlust is nudging to venture out. India aims to open most of its routes and domestic flights have resumed at limited capacity. Basic norms such as wearing a mask, social distancing, carrying sanitizer or even travelling light will stay for quite some time, however, life goes on and so will we.

With the ease in restrictions, the desert state Rajasthan is all set to revive tourism. The happy news is that despite impairing the arrival of foreign tourists, many tourist places in Rajasthan such as Mount Abu and Udaipur are witnessing a massive footfall of domestic travellers. By far there has not been a surge in the spread of the virus amongst travellers and all this has been possible due to the effective abidance of the SOPs and safety guidelines that have been issued by the state government.

Alok Gupta, Principal Secretary, Department of Tourism, Rajasthan says, "After missing the entire summer season, people are eager for a getaway. It is a matter of delight that local tourists are returning in big numbers while unlocking tourism, the safety of people is our prime concern.”

Take a dekko at what all can be explored in the Heritage State of India, Rajasthan: