Ola launches Mumbai Darshan Service partners with Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation

Auto aggregator Ola has joined forces with the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) to dispatch an activity ‘Mumbai Darshan’- a guided city visit benefit for sightseers going to the megapolis.

The customisable bundle includes 10-hour or 100 kms rides to 10 Mumbai spots, for example, Juhu Beach, Mannat (living arrangement of Bollywood on-screen character Shahrukh Khan), Haji Ali, Marine Drive, Gateway of India, and Siddhivinayak, among others, where visitors can ride with Ola, the organization said in an announcement issued here today.

Presently, book an Ola taxicab and benefit “extraordinary” treatment at the Siddhivinayak sanctuary. The legislature gone into a formal tie-up with the application based taxi aggregator Wednesday to advance tourism in the state and lift “Mumbai Darshan”. State Tourism Minister Jaykumar Rawal stated: “Mumbai Darshan begun with a transport, which is doing okay as all the more promoting should be done and now, we have a taxi aggregator (Ola) on your palm … the tourism division will arrange your experience.”

He included that from now, a visitor who needs to go to Siddhivinayak sanctuary would get an uncommon offer. “The visitor will be in the unique rundown or uncommon column. It would be the same if there should be an occurrence of the exhibition hall and the zoo, which we can use for Ola,” Rawal said.

The arrangement is relied upon to lift tourism as well as deliver “gifted” drivers who will bend over “as aides” for travelers, he said. The clergyman included there would be “no segregation among those chosen as aides for the city”.

“The main clump of traveler aides has been endorsed, 100 in Mumbai and 400 in Maharashtra,” Rawal guaranteed. He said more coordinated vacationer arrangements were in the pipeline for Mumbai and Maharashtra.

CM Devendra Fadnavis has announced 2017 as ‘Visit Maharashtra’ year and as indicated by authorities, this is the main MoU marked by the MTDC this year. Ola propelled an uncommon classification in its interface called ‘Mumbai Darshan’. Each customisable bundle has a 10-hour or 100-km ride to Mumbai’s hotspots. The visits begin at Rs 1,799.

Ola works in nine urban areas in Maharashtra, and there are arrangements to present such visits there as well. “There will be tie-ups with different goals … take an Ola to a MTDC resort or Elephanta gives in and profit of rebates … it is a win-win circumstance. In these taxicabs, unique perusing material will be accessible for explorers to peruse. For example, where to eat great Maharashtrian sustenance in the city,” said Valsa Nair Singh, central secretary, tourism and culture.

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