Synopsis: The government is offering a 15-day cruise tour named Gangasagar package. The cruise will start from Babughat and reach the Sagar islands while touching various ghats. Plus, a tour to Sundarban is also included in this tour.
Soon West Bengal is going to glam up with lights and colors to celebrate one of India’s auspicious festivals Durga Puja. This festival is celebrated in different parts of the country but none can beat West Bengal in preparations for Durga Puja. People from different parts of the country visit West Bengal just to witness the grandeur of preparations for the Durga Puja celebration.
To make the festival grander and magnificent, the state government of West Bengal has come up with a plan for attracting the maximum number of visitors from all over the country and the world. The government is offering a 15-day cruise tour named as Gangasagar package. The cruise will start from Babughat and reach the Sagar islands while touching various ghats. Plus, a tour to Sundarban is also included in this tour.
The state Minister of Tourism, Babul Supriyo has announced a road map for boosting the tourism sector in West Bengal. The chart includes everything from hills to sea, a planned map will be rolled out to encourage the tourism sector in the state. There are many famous and beautiful places including hill stations in West Bengal.
Furthermore, the minister also added that the panel would also set up a plan to promote Durga Puja worldwide. They want to showcase the grand celebration of Durga Puja across the world to promote Bengal culture and customs.
He said that West Bengal is blessed with sea, hills, and jungles, and his government is planning to include both public and private sectors to make West Bengal a tourism hub in the country. To make a one-stop destination for the tourists where the visitors can spend quality time on hills, or beaches, or have an adventurous trip in the jungle.
A set of panels that includes experts in hospitalities, ministers, and other tourism sector officials to make a plan to boost tourism.