One of the treats for nature and wildlife photographers, Madhya Pradesh in a bid to increase tourism has launched #BufferMeinSafar campaign which will allow tourists to visit Buffer areas of wildlife sanctuaries, national parks in the state during the period of closure.
The wildlife sanctuary, national parks in Madhya Pradesh will be closed during the month of monsoon i.e, from July to September and only particular areas called Buffer zones will be allowed to explore and now the MP tourism is planning to offer activities such as bird watching, wildlife safaris, and many more in the said buffer areas zones in which visitors can visit. Apart from watching wildlife, and birds the green cover in these zones are a treat to watch.
This year on the account of Covid-19 pandemic, the tourism sector has suffered a major hit and with the country going into lockdown, most of the interstate travel was also banned and now when the country is getting opened for tourism, MP tourism is looking forward to launching innovative campaigns to boost tourism for the state. Along with allowing tourists to explore the buffer zones of wildlife sanctuaries, MP tourism also has plans to launch tour packages to the tourists, specially designed keeping in mind safe travel, stay, and other safety measures in place to keep the virus at bay during the pandemic.
As per the MP Tourism Board, to facilitate smooth travel, it has now planned to introduce short road itineraries, which involves 2-3 nights, and at the same time, offering people the option to avoid the boredom of a weekend.
Madhya Pradesh is home to numerous wildlife destinations along with six tiger reserves, i.e., Bandhavgarh, Pench, Kanha, Panna, Sanjay Dubri, and Satpura. And the latest #BufferMeinSafar campaign will let you explore the treasure trove of Madhya Pradesh, with all the safety measures in place.