Travel bloggers to highlight U’khand tourism destinations

uttarakhand-tourism travellers blog

Jai Kumar

eNewsDesk

DEHRADUN, May 16

What happens when the top travel bloggers of India go on a trip together? Chances are they will discover something unusual, document their journey, and will reach out to aspiring travellers to diversify the image about the place.

To explore the bliss, excitement and thrill and to discover the hidden jewels around Yamunotri and Gangotri, 7 chosen travel bloggers of India, handpicked by Uttarakhand Tourism Development Board (UTDB) started a 5 day road trip to Gangotri and Yamunotri on 16th May 2018. The ‘Bloggers Bus’ was flagged off from Rishikesh at 6 a.m. and will be taking the travel bloggers to Barkot, Janki Chatti, Yamunotri, Uttarkashi, Gangotri, Bhairavghati and the nearby places.

According to Sh. Satpal Maharaj Tourism Minister, this is our first edition of Bloggers Bus programme and we have purposely chosen Yamunotri and Gangotri as the foremost destinations.

Soon, we will be flagging off other Bloggers Buses to Badrinath, Kedarnath, Tehri and various places of Kumaon. We are hopeful that these enthusiastic bloggers will add a new perspective to these tourists’ places and will give a whole new dimension”

Uttarakhand tourism secretary Dilip Jawalkar, added that “The idea behind the program is to diversify the image of the destinations which are so far known only for religious tourism. A perfect blend of natural beauty and adventure, the Chardham Yatra is an escapade from the mundane life towards a spectacular journey filled with diving blessings, fun and frolic; something which cannot be described in words until and unless one experiences it“.

He said besides the blessings of almighty, the beauty of nature, the thrilling treks, spiritual ambience of picturesque snow- capped Himalayas, the lush green dense forests and the large valleys form the perfect ingredients, help you to unwind yourself. Through the ‘Bloggers Bus’ programme, we wanted this young group of travel bloggers to encapsulate their travel experiences in their blogs and bust the myth for once.

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