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Tigress on the Trail by Madhya Pradesh Tourism begins

Madhushree Chakrabarty November 19, 2020
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In order to refuel the the adventure travelling during these unprecedented time, Madhya Pradesh Tourism is beginning an all women bike trip named Tigress on the Trail with 15 women riders. The trip planned is said to be covering a distance of 1500 kilometers within 6 days. Tigress on the Trail is also send a welcoming and powerful to all the travellers and explorers.

“This initiative is not only about promoting State tourism but we aim to inspire women and solo travellers to visit the land that offers different facets of India at every turn. Partnering with the Expert agency, in this initiative, we welcome travellers from all over the world to visit the heart of Incredible India and experience the diverse experiences Madhya Pradesh has to offer,” quoted Mr Sheo Shekhar Shukla, Principal Secretary, Tourism, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh and Managing Director, MP Tourism Board.x`

The 15 women fleet will be starting their journey from the state’s capital Bhopal on November 19, 2020. The journey will cover all the main adventure tourist attraction points of Madhya Pradesh including Kanha National Park, Satpura National Park and the Bandhavgarh National Park.

“We not only wanted these 15 woman riders to explore Madhya Pradesh but also experience the rural & tribal culture of the state. Madhya Pradesh tourism board has been taking necessary steps to ensure the safety of every traveller, especially women and solo travellers, encouraging them to visit and create memories with us,” the Additional Managing Director of MP Tourism Board, Ms Sonia Meena added.

Mr Abhishek Daga, the co-founder of Thrillophilia said, “Every journey starts with a promising road and Madhya Pradesh offers a memorable experience at every step for every kind of traveller. From National Parks to historical sights, and from modern developments to staying rooted through their tribal communities, every day is an adventure here. We look forward to hosting many more such trips with the tourism board that writing a new success story in travel.”

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