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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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Monsoon & adventure tourism activities to be promoted in Rajasthan in a bid to attract visitors!

Ornamented with historic forts and majestic palaces amid the vast expanse of arid lands, the state of Rajasthan resonates with a unique appeal. While the territory woos a lot of tourists every year due to its distinctive beauty, it shall now be presented as a hub of monsoon and adventure tourism. With the materialisation of the latest plans, the hidden gems of Rajasthan's enticing landscape shall be brought to the limelight, in an attempt to attract an increased count of travellers.

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Planning a post-pandemic trip from Jaipur to let go of your blues? Then set Jodhpur on your radar

There is absolutely nothing that can match the beauty of the Blue City, which looks right out of a film with explosions of bright colours in every nook of its premises and an array of offerings! Lying about 370 km by road from Jaipur, Jodhpur is a sight for sore eyes and is the ideal weekend getaway plan for you to take up, when the pandemic settles. Also, if you're someone who loves indulging in various cultures and is a shutterbug as well, welcome to paradise, friend! So here is a list of 7 things you just cannot afford to miss when in Jodhpur!

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Flee the rush of Jaipur & head to Achrol to explore its fort, rappel, trek & more!

Looking like one of the places where the Bollywood villains of the 70s would visit, post abducting the heroin, Achrol Fort is a gem hidden in plain sight, waiting for explorers to traverse through its broken corridors! Lying at a distance of about 35 km from Jaipur, visit this mighty fort, if you are a shutterbug or a simple being looking for a break from the city's din. So give this other-worldly edifice its due credit and head towards it to let your mind wander off in its rustic charms.

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