The 12-day long ‘Trans Arunachal Drive 2021’ on Monday winded up at Tawang, with participants reaching the place after spending much time on the roads exploring the state’s rich diversity.

Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu was present on the occasion.

Khandu had flagged off the Trans Arunachal Drive at the Golden Pagoda in Namsai on April 7 as part of the ‘Dekho Apna Desh’ campaign of the state tourism department to revive the tourism sector.

The tourism sector of the state has been badly hit by the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.

Participants participating in the Trans Arunachal Drive 2021 travelled through 16 districts to experience the rich culture of different tribes inhabiting the districts and explore the tourism potential of different exotic locations of the state.

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The participants will share their various feedback and experience with the state tourism department.

Their suggestions will be incorporated in the different schemes to be undertaken by the Arunachal government to develop the tourism sector.

“Flagged in the Trans Arunachal Drive in PT Tso at Tawang. The drive which was flagged off from Namsai on 7th April has travelled through 16 districts experiencing our rich culture and tourism. This will create awareness and promote tourism in the state,” Pema Khandu tweeted.

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