Maharashtra seeks IHHArsquos expertise for heritage tourism development

  • | Saturday | 30th March, 2019

JAIPUR: If Rajasthan could do, Maharashtra tourism can also achieve the same with its more than 450 forts and palaces. We are more than open to handhold any state planning to restore, preserve and promote their heritage assets for tourism.” “Over the years, IHHA has developed critical expertise in the heritage tourism domain. We are keen to contribute to the state’s efforts to preserve and promote heritage tourism in the state.”In fact the minister was chief guest at the IHHA’s annual convention in 2016 in Udaipur. Seeking to leverage its rich heritage to boost its tourism, Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation has invited Indian Heritage Hotels Association (IHHA) to understand the policy measures Rajasthan government has taken and how a strategy can be prepared.Speaking at the event attended by Maharashtra tourism minister Jaykumar Jitendrasingh Rawat, principal secretary and other top officials of the state, Gaj Singh, president of IHHA, said, “Maharashtra has a rich treasure-trove of heritage assets which has huge potential for tourism.

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