‘Tent City’ at Mandvi Beach
The All India Tourism Ministers’ Conference has been organized by the Union Ministry of Tourism and Culture at Torado City, Kutch, located in Kutch. The tourism ministers of all the states of the country will also be present at the conference. The theme of this conference is ‘Development of Destination Management and Tourism Centers’. The All India Tourism Ministers’ Conference is being convened at 8.00 pm on February 7.
The conference of All India Tourism Ministers will include Union Minister of State for Culture and Tourism (Independent Charge) Prahlad Singh Patel, Gujarat Tourism Minister Jawaharbhai Chawda, Secretary, Tourism Department, Government of India, Director General of Tourism Department, Deputy Secretary, Tourism Secretary, Gujarat.
Arrangements and cultural events have also been organized for the guests present at the conference to enjoy sunset and sunrise over the white desert. Presentations on various topics will be presented at the conference by representatives of different states.
The ‘Tent City’ as well as the ‘Urban Kutch’ Tourist Reception and Refreshment Center will be inaugurated at Mandvi Beach at 4.30 pm.
Gujarat Tourism Corporation Limited has organized Mandvi Beach Festival from 2 February to two months at Mandvi Beach. Tourists visiting the white desert can also enjoy the beaches of Kutch from now on. Tent City has also been built to allow tourists to stay for the night. Three tents have been constructed at Mandvi, which includes 1 AC Premium, 3 Mini Courtesy, 3 AC Deluxe, 2 Non-AC Deluxe Tent.
There are also activities along the coast including jet ski / water scooters, knee boating / fly boarding speed boats, banana boats. In addition, aviation based adventure sports parasailing, para motoring, hot air balloon etc. have also been included. ATV vehicles, archery, beach volleyball, zip lines, cycling, walkways and yoga sessions have also been organized. Handicraft stalls have also been opened with the aim of providing employment to local citizens. Food stalls have also been organized so that tourists can enjoy local delicacies.