Those in Maharashtra can now rent brand-new state facilitated campervans to go on adventures. All the deets below. By Amitha Ameen

While the pandemic seems to be losing its grip around the world, and more places are reopening to tourists, travellers are still pretty sceptical about stepping out and going on their much-loved adventure. But the Maharashtra government has come up with an ingenious plan to make sure that people can step out without having to worry about contracting COVID-19.

Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) in collaboration with Motohom has recently joined hands to launch campervans as part of their efforts to encourage people to travel once again.

Minister of State for Tourism Aaditya Thackeray recently announced the same on this official twitter account: “Flagged off MTDC and Motohom’s caravan vehicles for those who love their holidays in the outdoors and independently. Inviting those who want to spend their “me time” in the wilderness, exploring the beauty of Maharashtra.”

 

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Motohom currently owns two vehicles: a minivan that is perfect for one or two people and another traditional motorhome that is better suited for a larger group. While the minivan comes equipped with a rear passenger seat area that can be converted into a flatbed and a detachable living space, the larger campervan comes with a bedroom, kitchen and living room, terrace space and a bathroom.

Additionally, both vans are also equipped with cameras, GPS trackers, a security siren, and an SOS button that reassures passengers of complete safety when they are out on an adventure in these vehicles. The minivan is available for INR 4,000 per day whereas the bigger motorhome, which comes with drives is available at INR 21,000 per day.

What are you waiting for? Book these fully-equipped campervans and head out on an unforgettable adventure in Maharashtra.

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