Cycling rally to promote tourism reported in Jammu

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Sep 27, 2021, 5:45 PM

The bike rally was organized by the Directorate of Tourism, Jammu

Sixty motorcyclists set off from the scenic Jammu Tawi Golf Course (JTGC) in Basohli in Kathua District as part of a rally to promote tourism in Jammu Division, officials said.

The World Tourism Day bike rally was jointly reported by DC (Division Commissioner, Jammu) Raghav Langer and Additional Police Director General (Jammu) Mukesh Singh.

Various events are also planned along the way

The cycling rally was organized by the Tourism Authority, Jammu.

“This is basically a tourism promotion event where 60 bikers will pass through Suransar and Mansar before reaching their final destination Basohli. Various events are also planned en route to promote the tourist destinations,” Langer told the journalists after the reporting ceremony to JTGC Sidhra. .

Bikers will cover nearly 150 km: Officials

Bikers will cover nearly 150 km: Officials

Officials said the bikers would travel nearly 150 km before reaching scenic Basohli. They will stop at identified locations along the way, including the twin lakes of Suransar and Mansar, to participate in tourism promotion events.

Congratulating the tourism department for the event, the division commissioner said efforts were being made to promote the Sidhra-Basohli route as a cycle and cycle route.

Tourism at J&K is a key sector that drives the economy: Langer

“Tourism in Jammu and Kashmir is a key sector that is boosting the economy. The administration led by the Lieutenant Governor is doing everything possible and is organizing tourism promotion events to reach tourist attendance before COVID-19 and promote unexplored destinations, ”Langer mentioned.

He also said that Jammu is a tourist-friendly division with a lot to offer visitors.

An emblematic festival organized to promote pilgrimage tourism

An emblematic festival organized to promote pilgrimage tourism

“There are a lot of tourist destinations in Poonch-Rajouri, in the Chenab Valley, in Patnitop-like hill stations that have no parallel. People are welcoming to tourists. Tourists will have an exciting experience and I am sure they will love to come again and again, ”said Langer.

The divisional commissioner said the administration is hosting an iconic festival at various locations next week to promote pilgrimage tourism.

Work to promote border tourism: Langer

Work to promote border tourism: Langer

The nine-day Navratra festival is expected to start in Katra, the base camp for visiting pilgrims Mata Vaishno Devi sanctuary in Reasi district, October 7.

The highlight of the festival is a devotional song contest, wrestling competition, Prabhat Pheris, Shobha Yatra, Mata ki Kahani recitation, and other cultural objects.

Langer said the administration was working to promote border tourism.

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