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THESE 5 places in Ajmer make it just the perfect weekend getaway from Jaipur!

Offering a quick break from the hustle and bustle of Jaipur, Ajmer concocts the fabrics of urban life with a calm and quintessential appeal from the past. A centre of abundant history and heritage, the city is famed across the world for its spiritual complexes and chronicled sites. So if you have been waiting for long to venture out on a relaxing trip from Jaipur, head out to Ajmer and explore the beauty of the city, trudging through these 5 entrancing places!

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Legal action to be taken against those found misbehaving with tourists in Rajasthan

In a bid to promote Rajasthan as a major centre of tourism and hospitality, the state government recently passed the Rajasthan Tourism Business (Amendment) Bill, 2021. As per the new bill, misbehaviour with tourists will warrant strict action as the crime will now be included under the category of cognizable offence. With this step, the administration attempts to deliver a safer and more welcoming experience to the tourists coming to the desert state.

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Rajasthan to get its first official tourism app on World Tourism Day!

Rajasthan is all set to roll out its first official mobile application for tourism, in a move to ensure an easier and improved experience for the tourists. Likely to be launched on World Tourism Day, the application will be available for android users on Google Play. Besides, the officials are currently working on an IOS version. This tourism application will be a one-stop destination for local, national and international travellers willing to explore through the state's exceptional landscape.

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Rajasthan's Tourism Department partners with Incredible India to boost domestic travel!

In a bid to propel the state's travel and tourism industry, Rajasthan's Department of Tourism has partnered with Incredible India, the Official Tourism handle of the Government of India. With this collaboration, the state government envisions attracting domestic tourists to the state, to boost the state's economy. A land of exceptional culture and heritage, the desert state regularly witnesses humongous tourist footfalls but the pandemic ushered significant problems for this sector.

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Helicopter Tourism takes flight in Rajasthan

Rajasthan's tourism department and Udaipur-based Skyline Services, have joined forces to launch special helicopter services for the citizens. As per reports, the recreational transport facility was launched in a virtual ceremony on Sunday, by the state Assembly Speaker, Dr. CP Joshi. The helicopter rides will give a novel experience to tourists travelling from Nathdwara and Kumbhalgarh, ferrying them from one place to the other in just 10 minutes.

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