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Mp Tourism Policy

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Mp Tourism Policy

  1. 1. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies SUBMITTED BY – SHEETU GOEL
  2. 2. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies 01 Madhya Pradesh – The Very Heart of India It covers an area of 4,43,406 sq. km, making it the biggest State in the country, The state of Madhya Pradesh is known as ‘the heart of Incredible India’. With 9 national parks, 25 sanctuaries and 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the State is home to a rich cultural heritage; innumerable monuments, large plateau, mountain ranges, rivers and miles of dense forests offering an unparalleled panorama of wildlife Percentage of tourists visiting Madhya Pradesh and other states (2013) Tourist attractions in Madhya Pradesh
  3. 3. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies TOURISM MADHYA PRADESH HEART OF INCREDIBLE INDIA - FACTS 3 WORLD HERITAGE SITES SANCHI, KHAJURAHO AND BHIMBETKA1 KEY FOCUS SECTOR OF GROWTH BY MP GOVERNMENT 6 RANK IN DOMESTIC TOURIST ARRIVAL
  4. 4. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies Madhya Pradesh – Types of Tourism  Cultural tourism ( heritage sites )  Wildlife and adventure tourism ( wildlife parks, lakes, rivers, & hill stations )  Leisure and business tourism ( Metros and major tourist centers)  Pilgrim tourism ( places of religious importance ) Gwalior, Datia, Orchha, Khajuraho, Bhopal, Sanchi, Mandu, Burhanpur,etc. Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Panna, Satpura, and Pench Valley National Parks; Upper Lake (Bhopal), Pachmarhi, Mainpat, Khajuraho, Tamia, Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore, Raipur, Jabalpur, etc. Ujjain, Maheshwar, Omkareshwar, Chitrakoot, Bhopal, Sanchi, Orchha, Amarkantak, Rajim, etc.
  5. 5. CIRCUIT 1 CIRCUIT 2 CIRCUIT 3 CIRCUIT 4
  6. 6. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies Offering a profound insight on the architectural grandeur and rich history of Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior-Shivpuri-Orchha-Khajuraho circuit is an ideal expedition plan. Madhya Pradesh – Major Tourist Circuits CIRCUIT 1 - Gwalior – Shivpuri – Orchha – Khajuraho Major attractions –  Architectural grandeur  Indian history  Heritage sites  Sky – kissing temples  Mosaic paintings  Wildlife sanctuary
  7. 7. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies Taking one on a spiritual sojourn in Madhya Pradesh, this circuit is of utmost importance. Most of the destinations in this circuit are referred to as ‘temple towns’ and have a peculiar divinity that cannot be seen anywhere else. Madhya Pradesh – Major Tourist Circuits CIRCUIT 2 - Indore – Ujjain – Maheshwar – Omkareshware – Mandu Major attractions –  Temple towns  Rich Indian culture  Spiritual significance  Afghan architecture  Ghats and palaces  Wooden houses
  8. 8. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies Experience the thrills of being in the deepest woods with hundred types of animals, watching the majestically cascading waterfalls and some of the surreal locations. This circuit tour in Madhya Pradesh takes one closer to nature and help in complete rejuvenation of oneself. Madhya Pradesh – Major Tourist Circuits CIRCUIT 3 - Jabalpur – Bhedaghat – Mandla – Kanha – Bandhavgarh Major attractions –  Wildlife sanctuary • Kanha National Park • Bandhavgarh National Park  Cascading waterfalls  Forts and palaces  Temples
  9. 9. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies This circuit let one sail through the glorious history of India; take one to the places that have excellent blend of history and nature and to a far off land that is simply surreal and ideal for a romantic getaway. Madhya Pradesh – Major Tourist Circuits CIRCUIT 4 - Sanchi – Bhopal – Bhojpur – Bhimbetka – Pachmarhi Major attractions –  Glorious history  Buddhist structure  Monuments and mosques  Beautiful temples, quarries, rock drawings, royal palace  Ancient natural caves  Waterfalls & dense forests
  10. 10. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies Source: “India Tourism Statistics 2013”, Ministry of Tourism, India Domestic tourist statistics for the year 2014 are not available Foreign tourist arrivals and domestic tourist visits in India Madhya Pradesh contributed 5.4% in the total tourist number of India in the year 2013. Foreign tourists arrivals were recorded at 2.81 lakhs in 2013 and the domestic tourists visits were 6.3 crore.  The tourism sector accounted for 2.7% in Gross State Domestic Product and 1.9% in state employment in 2009. Foreign Tourists DomesticTourists Tourist Footfall
  11. 11. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies  The tourism policy of the Madhya Pradesh state government is in place since the year 2002.  The latest amendments were made to the policy in 2014 focusing on -  promoting private investment in the tourism sector and  undertaking appropriate development of tourism based projects through PPP. Areas of interventions being focused by the government are: Skill development and employment oriented training for youth Subsidy to regional airlines Establishment of State Tourism Council and DistrictTourism Councils to promote culture and tourism related programs Identification of 16 special tourism zones Tourism policy Other provisions - Provisions to promote heritage tourism The Government has allowed 100% foreign investment under the automatic route in the hotel and tourism related industry,
  12. 12. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies The Madhya Pradesh government has proposed the following with respect to the tourism and hospitality industry:  Provision of INR 134 crore in 2015-16 for different schemes under tourism department like promotion of inter-state aviation service, tourism infrastructure and religious tourism and adventure sports.  Establishment of Tagore Arts Complex in Khandwa and Vidisha for promotion of art and culture.  Provision of INR 142 crore in 2015-16 for cultural and archaeological activities  Cultural programs will be organized in Ujjain from beginning of the year till the end of Kumbh next year Initiatives by State Government
  13. 13. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies The Madhya Pradesh Government recently amended its policy in 2014 which focuses on developing heritage and eco-tourism. The policy covers incentives for hotels, motor vehicles, and special tourism zones among others. Some of the important policy measures are as follows:  Subsidy for Heritage Hotels: 35 % capital subsidy subject to maximum ceiling limit of INR 1.5 crore or whichever is less (not including the cost of the land) will be provided for renovation of the property.  Exemption in LuxuryTax on Construction of New Heritage Hotels: All new heritage hotels set up after 01.04.2006 shall be exempted from Luxury Tax for a period of 10 years  Budget hotels on privately owned land, will be entitled to 20% capital subsidy subject to a maximum ceiling of INR 50 lakh. Madhya Pradesh tourism policy 2014
  14. 14. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies The key projects undertaken by the government are as follows  Film Tourism: Regions such as Bhopal, Pachmarhi, Orchha, Bhedaghat have been marked as potential zones for filming,  Set up international-level convention centres under MICE tourism in Bhopal, Jabalpur and Gwalior,  Destinations being developed into major tourist spots: Ujjain, Chanderi, Khandwa, Indore(Mega Destination), Jabua, Alirajpur and Gwalior,  Development of Mega Circuits: Jabalpur, Narmada Circuit, Ujjain, Buddhist Circuit and Bhopal,  Development of Way Side Amenities (WSA) in 268 locations of which 30 have received approvals from the government and 45 more locations will be developed in the coming years with a budget marked for approximately INR 24 crore for development. Film tourism International-level convention centers Major tourist spots Development of mega circuits Way side amenities
  15. 15. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies Madhya Pradesh has also introduced  caravan tourism on select routes,  cruise tourism on Narmada river and  city sightseeing tours to attract tourists. Major recommendations for the state are to explore  Development of Wildlife Tourism  setting up Luxury hotels and cottages near or in important tourist destinations  launching specialized heritage tours and  identification and development of additional mega circuits and destinations. Innovative practices
  16. 16. Madhya Pradesh Tourism Policies TAJ HOTELS AND RESORTS Company owns two properties one each in Pachmarhi and Bhopal. 5 hotels in Madhya Pradesh, one each in Bandhavgarh National Park, Panna National Park, Pench National Park, Kanha National Park and Khajuraho Hotel in Indore AND SUCCESS STORIES CONTINUE... Hotels in Indore & Khajuraho Opening in January, 2013 at Bhopal Lalit Temple View, Khajuraho SUCCESS STORIES MADHYA PRADESH COMPANIES PRESENT
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