Kerala launches Monsoon Tourism Campaign Called ComeOutAndPlay

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With the storm season starting in Kerala, the state Tourism Department has taken off ‘ComeOutAndPlay’ rainstorm crusade to advance the about two-month long blustery season.

Members should take part in any outside action like bouncing on one leg, moderate cycling or intersection a log scaffold and post the same via web-based networking media with #ComeOutandPlay. Champs will be remunerated awesome ‘ComeOutAndPlay’ stock.

Over the previous years, Kerala got around 70,000 guests from Saudi Arabia amid the rainstorm season who come to encounter the downpours other than ayurveda medications, as it is amid the downpours that ayurveda is the best.

Featuring the battle, A.P. Bala Kiran, Director of Kerala Tourism, said the state offers the vacationers an opportunity to rediscover nature, revive connections and reconnect with life by reveling into different exercises, for example, trekking, ayurvedic rub, waterway boating and various more. In the past timetable year, Kerala gathered Rs 8,392.11 crore income from the one million outside travelers who went by the state.

Monsoon is one of the greatest seasons that welcomes travellers from all around the globe. The summer heat is almost faint and it gives a golden tint to the atmosphere that is like the best color to see the world. The state tourism department has taken this initiative to promote the tourism along with boosting the natural beauty, protecting the natural reservoirs and promotion eco-friendly travel. Kerala has been on top of the list since quite a few years and is now planning to take on several initiatives that will help them grow further. The #ComeOutandPlay campaign is one of such efforts that will come out this season.

This tourism campaign will bring India a lot more than tourists. Hope it successfully begins with and brings up with it a new dimension of travel.

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