14 Apr 2023

Western Rajasthan Will Become Tourism Hub From Dhola Maru Tourist Complex

Jaipur: Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation Chairman Dharmendra Rathore said that in compliance with the announcement of developing Dhola Maru Tourist Complex in Jaisalmer, Western Rajastan, to promote tourism, the land marking work has been completed and the department has prepared a DPR for the development of the tourist complex. 


He told that with the formation of tourist complex, facilities of international level hospitality, desert stay, hotel, camping sites, night park, amusement park etc. will be available at one place in Jaisalmer.

Dharmendra Rathore said that according to the intention of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, the RTDC management is working on a war footing towards the implementation of budget announcements related to tourism development.

Rathore was presiding over the meeting of RTDC management at the office located at Paryatan Bhawan. He informed that special tourism services are being made available to the tourists while continuously expanding the tourism facilities in the state.

Dhola Maru Tourist Complex will be built on 3500 bigha land on Sama Road, Jaisalmer. Resorts, motels, farmhouses, etc. will be built here for attractions and entertainment.

Golf courses to be developed 

Rathore said that EOI was issued by RTDC for golf courses to be built in Udaipur, Jodhpur, Ajmer, Pushkar, Mount Abu and Alwar in the budget year 2023-24 announcement to promote golf tourism in the state.

He said that with the construction of international level golf courts in the state, Rajasthan would be able to develop as a destination for international golf competitions as well as become a leader in the field of high spending tourism.

MICE centers in Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur and Ajmer-


Rathore said that in compliance with the budget announcement, EOI has been issued by RTDC for setting up MICE (Meeting, Incentive, Conference, Exhibition) centers in Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur and Ajmer. He informed that the work of marking land in Pushkar for MICE in Ajmer has been completed and other concerned district collectors have been directed to complete the process. 


He said that Rajasthan is emerging as a conference and wedding destination and with the establishment of MICE centers, the state will get a new identity in this field.


Water based tourism activities


Rathore said that with the intention of adding a new chapter in the tourism facilities of the state in the form of water-based tourism activities, 6 places are being developed as eco-adventure, in which Kanota Dam of Jaipur, Baretha of Bharatpur, Dam of Jodhpur are being developed. Kaylana and Surpura dams, Hemawas dam of Pali, Kot dam of Jhunjhunu are included. 


He informed that EOI has also been issued in this regard and instructions have been given to complete the work at the earliest. He said that there is a plan to conduct water tourism activities on the Foysagar lake of Ajmer and cruise on the Chambal front of Kota.

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