The J&K tourism ministry after recently setting up a Gurjar Centre for Culture and Heritage has now plans to start “nomad tourism” where tourists get to accompany nomads when they migrate.
“We will start it in the immediate future. Nomad tourism will add color to the tourism industry as tourists, mostly foreigners will love to go with tribal people to see life in natural mould,” J&K Tourism Minister, Nawang Rigzin Jora said.
Besides, Jammu & Kashmir state government is making significant efforts to promote its state as a major tourist destination of the future. The state besides spending lot of money on tourism sector is also starting a national level tourism rally in Jammu.
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