Rare India to showcase Madhya Pradesh's diverse tourism at WTM 2021
To exhibit its impressive collection of wildlife lodges and camps in the state
Madhya Pradesh tourism will showcase its diverse tourism experiences at the World Travel Market (WTM) 2021 that will be held in London from November 1 - November 3. At WTM 2021, RARE India, a community of some of the finest conscious luxury hotels and experiences in the Indian subcontinent, will showcase its impressive collection of wildlife lodges and camps in the state at the Madhya Pradesh Tourism Stand.
“Madhya Pradesh Tourism is uniquely positioned to welcome international travellers back in the post-Covid scenario with various new initiatives including rural and agri-tourism which we will launch at the World Travel Market. The friendly people of Madhya Pradesh are eagerly looking forward to showcasing their extensive wildlife offering, exquisite traditional culture, rich heritage, cuisine, and Indian hospitality,” said Sheo Shekhar Shukla, the Managing Director of Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board.
Sejal Gopuikar, who heads the RARE UK Office, will meet visitors at the Madhya Pradesh tourism stand AS 438 at WTM 2021 and update them about the RARE India partner lodges and camps in the state as well as the myriad tourism experiences available in Madhya Pradesh.
“After a two-year hiatus, it is absolutely great to participate in the World Travel Market London 2021. I'm excited to have the opportunity to reconnect and talk to the trade and press about RARE, a collection of some very special places to stay in the Indian subcontinent, centred around conscious luxury travel and the RARE touchstones - a path towards sustainable tourism. If anything, the pandemic has taught us all to put people and planet first and to be mindful of all our choices, something RARE has advocated since its inception in 2004,” said Sejal Gopuikar, Director-International Sales and Marketing, RARE UK.
“RARE marks its presence in Madhya Pradesh with Friends of the Forest - an impressive collection of lodges and camps each thoughtfully designed to blend into the surrounding natural landscape encouraging gentle exploration in and around the national parks. The land to key ratio at these properties naturally ensures limited guest numbers and easy social distancing making them a preferred choice in current circumstances,” she added.
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