Thomas Cook India launches #BingeOnBharat campaign with the benefit of 15 domestic holidays

This would catalyse the domestic tourism growth engine and acquaint Indians with the diversity of their country

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India's leading integrated travel services company is spearheading the government's domestic tourism agenda. Thomas Cook (India) Ltd. has launched its #BingeOnBharat campaign that offers Indians the benefit of 15 domestic holidays in 2020 at an affordable price of merely Rs. 1.5 lakh/person (terms and conditions are applied though). This initiative aims to give impetus to the recent announcement of the Ministry of Tourism, to reward Indians travelling to 15 domestic destinations in a year. With an aim to catalyse this domestic tourism growth engine, the company’s BingeOnBharat campaign, aims to foster a movement to acquaint Indians with the diversity of their country –its history, culture, cuisine and scenic beauty.

Rajeev Kale, President and Country Head – Holidays, MICE, Visa, Thomas Cook (India) Ltd., said, "Our country offers a delightful diversity of culture, cuisine, landscapes and architecture. In support of the Ministry of Tourism’s domestic focus, we are delighted to launch our #BingeOnBharat campaign. We also offer our customers the option to book the 15 holiday packages individually.”

According to the company, the range of 15 destinations included at a special price of Rs. 1.5 lakhs per person includes:

1. Sikkim - Glimpses of Eastern Himalayas
2. Taj Mahal (Agra) - The ultimate emblem of love and a UNESCO world Heritage Site
3. Forts and Monuments of Rajasthan (Jaipur, Jodhpur, Ajmer) - Experience a rich cultural heritage
4. Statue of Unity (Gujarat) - The largest monolithic statue of India
5. Khajuraho (Madhya Pradesh) - Finest sculptures from the past and UNESCO World Heritage Site
6. Rishikesh (Uttarakhand) - The Yoga capital of the world
7. Ladakh – An adventure to Nubra Valley, Tso Moriri, Pangong and more
8. Jim Corbett National Park (Uttarakhand) - Tigers which attracted the Man vs. Wild Show
9. Konark Sun Temple (Odisha) - 13th Century Sun Temple and UNESCO World Heritage Site
10. Temples & Ganga Ghat of Varanasi (Uttar Pradesh) - said to be the world's oldest city
11. Kaziranga National Park (Assam) - Witness the one horned rhino
12. Gulmarg (Kashmir) - Paradise on Earth
13. Valley of flowers (Uttarakhand) - Indian national park and home to millions of flowers
14. Khajjiar (Himachal Pradesh) - Mini Switzerland of India
15. Backwaters of Kerala – Enjoy the serene lakes, canals and lagoons in God’s own Country

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