The Haryana government in a bid to promote its state as the key tourism destination will now implement some of the tourism projects through Public Private Partnership (PPP) model. Some of the major projects to be executed include integrated tourism resort at Kalesar, integrated tourism resort and spa at Mallah, Madhogarh, amusement, theme parks at Karna Lake and Kurukshetra (Pipli), amusement park at Tilyar Lake, Rohtak and adventure camping sites at Surajkund, Damdama, Hodal and Dharuhera.
An official mentioned that Tourism Council under the chairmanship of Bhupinder Singh Hooda, Chief Minister, Haryana has been constituted under the Tourism Policy for comprehensive planned development of the state as a key tourist destination.
The Haryana tourism policy that was introduced by the state government in the year 2008 aims at promoting sustainable tourism and also market Haryana as the most preferred destination and increase its share in the international and domestic travel market.
Haryana considered as one of the wealthiest states of India is dotted with travel destianitons like Kurukshetra, Panipat, Badhkal Lake, Sultanpur bird sanctuary, Dumdama Lake, Panchkula, Magpie Surajkund, Karna, Tilyar Lake, Yadavindra Gardens and others.