Rain Tourism –Hotels in Udaipur booked in advance

Rain Tourism –Hotels in Udaipur booked in advance

This rainy season, more tourists are expected and advance bookings have been done in hotels for the month of August as well.


Rain Tourism –Hotels in Udaipur booked in advance

Monsoon has increased the beauty of Lake City Udaipur. This rainy season, tourism is going to prove more fruitful for the city.

With the advent of rains and its effect on the city making it even more beautiful, tourist have started flocking in making the tourist graph rise higher. Both domestic and International tourists can be seen in large numbers at every spot in the city. French, European, Spanish and Italian tourists have already started enjoying the beautiful weather. Even the Gujarati tourists can be seen on weekends. Tours and travel companies of Udaipur have come up with special packages for tourists. Advance bookings have been done in the hotels for August as well which is the peak monsoon season.

Tourists can be seen from July itself every year. With the rain giving rise to greenery and waterfalls, numbers of tourists also go higher with the wish to enjoy the rainy season to the fullest. Europe, France, Italy have summer vacations in July and August. This is the time when India enjoys its share of monsoon. Last year July saw 51,509 domestic tourists and 8020 foreign tourists. This number went higher to 62,148 domestic and 13,190 foreign tourists in August.

As per President of Hotel Association Vishva Vijay Singh, tourists started flocking the city in June-July. Almost all hotels have been booked in advance for the month of August. President of Tourist Bus Association Shyamlal Jain said that luxury buses have been kept ready for tourists. A number of tours and travel companies are giving irresistible offers to the tourists and are inviting advance bookings for August as well.

Though the tourists are enjoying the pleasant weather of Udaipur in great numbers, yet the local crowd still awaits heavy rain showers.

Even the forest department is offering special package to the tourists. Chief Conservator of Forests Rahul Bhatnagar said that special sanctuary tours will begin from next week. To encourage Adventure tourism, forest department has started making special packages for sanctuary visits.

Source : bhaskarnews

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