The World Tourism Day, celebrated each year on the 27th September is a perfect location to step out of your house and explore the charm of picturesque locations of Madhya Pradesh.
Every yea, ther United Nations World Tourism Organization ( UNWTO ) celebrates September 27th as the World Tourism Day. The main objective to celebrate this day is to spread awareness amongst the international community on the importance of tourism in order to strengthen social, cultural and economic values. India is proud to be the host country of this year’s Tourism Day with the theme “Tourism and jobs: a better future for all”.
According to the theme this year, UNWTO will focus on the three developing areas which are education, skills and job.
Captivating spots of Madhya Pradesh
World Tourism Day surely reminds us all the importance of tourism not just for enhancing social and cultural values but also to get out of our comfort zone and explore different places. Madhya Pradesh, the Heart of Incredible India boasts of having many heritage and tourist places which can be explored by one and all. Adventure tourist sites in MP include Pachmarhi, Bhedaghat, Kanha tiger reserve, Bhojtal lake, Bhimbhetka Rock Shelters, Forts of Mandsaur, Gwalior, Datia and Orchha, Sanchi stupa and Gohar mahalm are some of the renowned historical sites which can be explored with family and kids for knowing the grandeur of our ancient art and culture. Religious tourism is also a big thing in Madhya Pradesh which attracts a huge population to the state. Mahakaleshwar Temple, situated in the ancient city of Ujjain, continues to be one of the most sacred and outstanding places of pilgrimage for Hindus. This is the abode of Lord Shiva and is located on the banks of the Rudra Sagar lake and is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. The temple continues to provide visitors with an altogether different and unmatched peace of mind and composer. Likewise, Omkareshwar Temple near Indore, Raja Ram temple in Orccha and temples in Khajuraho bring a lot of charm to the tourism sector in the state. Announcing tourism and employment avenues the Madhya Pradesh government is dedicated to words and dancing the charm of established to sites in the state and has also formulated a new tourism policy to ensure better air connectivity for visitors, and to provide jobs to the local use. It will also promote select locations and heritage hotels in the state as wedding destinations. The government is also working on schemes to promote tourism in forest areas and to provide better medical facilities to visitors. Adventure tourism is also being promoted for the foreign tourist. In near future, the state government is also planning to organize activities with tour operators for promoting tourism in the state.
Explore the exquisite charm of Jabalpur
Jabalpur has various scenic adventurous and religious sites in the city. The city is slowly and gradually heading towards becoming a tourist hub has a lot of emphasis is being given to promote the picturesque locations in the city.
Bhedaghat, Kanha TigerRreserve and Pachmari are the popular places to take out the adventurous activities.
While you can treat yourself with a boat ride on a moonlit night at the Marble Rocks in Bheraghat, Kanha jungle safari will give you an opportunity to watch the animals in the friendly setting, without disturbing their lives. You can also witness the river Narmada dive from 98 feet to create those hot water falls at dhuadhar.
If you want to explore the nature and its charm then take some time on this World Tourism Day and visit one of the biggest nature parks the 1058 hectare Dumna nature park. This can turn up as a perfect family and picnic spot. For some Heritage site visiting experience, you can discover the magical illusion by nature at Orchha, balancing rock, Rani Durgavati Museum and Madan Mahal Fort.
Chausat Yogini temple, Tilwara ghat and Amarkantak are also good places to visit if you want a religious experience. Overall it’s a great experience to explore and enjoy the nature and adventure in Jabalpur. So, what are you waiting for, just pack your bags and plan the next trip to these locations of Jabalpur.