LG asks tourists to be goodwill ambassadors of J&K
Srinagar: Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Tuesday evening urged the tourists to be “goodwill ambassadors” of J&K by taking back to their native places the message that this was a safe destination to visit.
During his visit to Dal Lake area this evening, Sinha met several tourists from different parts of the country and enquired about the experiences of their visit to Jammu and Kashmir, an official spokesperson said.
“Be the goodwill ambassadors of Jammu & Kashmir and carry the message to your respective areas that J&K is an ideal and safe tourist destination,” the LG asked the tourists.
While assuring the tourists a safe and pleasant visit, the LG observed that the Tourism department, local community and other stakeholders are collectively providing a tourist-friendly environment here.
From eco-tourism to winter sports, from pilgrimage to adventure tourism, J&K offers a host of attractions to tourists to experience the scenic beauty, warm hospitality, rich culture and heritage of J&K and make their visit to the UT a memorable one, added the LG.
He advised the tourists to also explore the unexplored beautiful tourist places of the UT.
The tourists, while sharing their experiences, said that they feel very much delighted to visit Kashmir. They also said Jammu and Kashmir is a safe place for all kinds of tourism activities and is really a paradise on earth, the press release said.