Union Minister of Tourism and Culture Prahlad Singh Patel held a Brainstorming Session with Influencers and Travel Media in New Delhi. The context was Promotion of Incredible India - Post Covid-19. Around 30 influencers and travel media representatives participated in the brainstorming session. The first physical meeting with stakeholders during the COVID-19 pandemic followed all precautions and social distancing norms of the government's standard operating procedures. Patel opened the session and requested all to give their valuable suggestions to promote tourism in India. He said that this is the platform to talk about the problems and solutions regarding the post-COVID tourism opportunity in our country. He said that people are very positive and ready to explore the beauty of India with all precautions. Therefore, we should create an environment where they could trust us during this pandemic. During the session, different influencers and travel media representatives shared their opinions to enhance all tourists' experience, especially women. Some participants suggested focusing on domestic tourism and less popular sites in India. They said that we should promote India's tourism by providing information and facilities in the lesser-known great tourist destinations. At the end of the session, Patel thanked all the participants for their active participation in the brainstorming session. He said that we had noted your suggestions, and these will be incorporated in our future policy planning.

Union Minister Prahlad Singh Patel holds a Brainstorming Session with Influencers and Travel Media on Post-COVID tourism in India

Union Minister of Tourism and Culture Prahlad Singh Patel held a Brainstorming Session with Influencers and Travel Media in New Delhi. The context was Promotion of Incredible India – Post Covid-19. Around 30 influencers and travel media representatives participated in the brainstorming session. The first physical meeting with stakeholders during the COVID-19 pandemic followed all precautions and social distancing norms of the government’s standard operating procedures.

Patel opened the session and requested all to give their valuable suggestions to promote tourism in India. He said that this is the platform to talk about the problems and solutions regarding the post-COVID tourism opportunity in our country. He said that people are very positive and ready to explore the beauty of India with all precautions. Therefore, we should create an environment where they could trust us during this pandemic. 

During the session, different influencers and travel media representatives shared their opinions to enhance all tourists’ experience, especially women. Some participants suggested focusing on domestic tourism and less popular sites in India. They said that we should promote India’s tourism by providing information and facilities in the lesser-known great tourist destinations. 

At the end of the session, Patel thanked all the participants for their active participation in the brainstorming session. He said that we had noted your suggestions, and these will be incorporated in our future policy planning.