After 10 months, Jaipur sees a surge in tourist footfall

Surge in tourist footfall at Jaipur

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After almost 10 months, Jaipur is witnessing a good footfall of domestic tourists. Though the number of tourists visiting Amber Fort, Nahargarh Fort, and other monuments is very less, people in the tourism industry said it was satisfactory compared to the current situation.“We are witnessing the good number of tourists during the last week.

Tourists from Gujarat, Maharashtra, Punjab and other parts of India are coming to Jaipur,” said Pankaj Dharmendra, superintendent of Amber fort. In December 2019, Amber fort saw nearly 2.18 lakh domestic tourists. “We can’t expect to match this number during corona.

Till Monday, nearly 55,000 domestic tourists visited the fort. In all, 101 foreign tourists have also come,” he added. Authorities added that in November, the average number of tourists visiting the sites was nearly 1,500 to 2,000 per day which has now increased to nearly 5,000 daily. Saroj Chanchalni, superintendent of Hawa Mahal said, “We have received almost 32,000 tourists at Hawa Mahal.

There was a big increase in the number of tourists last week. But, these are all domestic tourists from Maharashtra, Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab, and Uttar Pradesh.”Tour operators said the number of tourists was not fetching much business. “People from Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh are mainly coming to Jaipur on their own vehicles. As far as domestic tourists are concerned, we are only getting business from tourists from Maharashtra so far,” said Sanjay Kaushik, a Jaipur-based tour operator.

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