Getting Married? Himachal Is Coming Up With New Wedding Destinations At Most Scenic Locations
If you are planning a destination wedding in the near future, you will have more options now! You can now tie the knot in a scenic location with the backdrop of majestic mountains in Himachal Pradesh. Yes, Himachal is adding more scenic venues to its list of destination wedding spots. The Himachal Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation has suffered over ₹44 crore loss due to the pandemic and is now promoting destination wedding hotels located in the most idyllic locations in the state.
Destination Wedding Destinations Will Suit Every Budget
The HPTDC has made a list of hotels located in the most picturesque locations to suit every budget. Some of the gorgeous properties include the Palace Hotel, Chail, and its properties at Barog, Fagu, and Narkanda. From decorations to accommodation, pandit, and catering, these hotels make complete arrangements for a destination wedding.
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The Picturesque Locations Are Away From Crowded Destinations
These properties are away from the crowded tourist destinations in the state and are a safe option for a small gathering during the pandemic. The properties will also make arrangements to pick guests up from the Chandigarh airport and drive them up to Shimla as part of a package. In fact, the HPTDC has an office in Ahmedabad to facilitate the arrival of guests and tourists as Himachal has been a favourite destination with the Gujaratis.
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The occupancy in Himachal hotels has dipped to barely 20% to 30%. The mandatory negative RT-PCR report or vaccination certificates have hindered the free flow of tourists in the state. Besides, with an international flight ban and no foreign tourists, the state is suffering heavy losses. The administration is following strict COVID-19 guidelines at HPTDC properties to ensure tourists a safe stay.