Haryana pioneered into the field of tourism with the launching of its concept of highway tourism. Making the best of the presence of national highways that crossed through it, Haryana Tourism decided to cater to the highway traveller. Next, It set up tourist complexes on the national highways.  It opened recreation centres at district headquarter towns to cater to the local residents. With a well established infrastructure, it soon began to develop destination stations around Delhi-the National Capital and began to identify places of tourist interest in the State where tourism facilities could be developed.

Whereas the seventies saw the initial establishment of the tourism strategy and infrastructure, the eighties saw Haryana Tourism concentrate on promoting cultural and pilgrim tourism. The nineties brought in Adventure and Golf Tourism. The turn of the century is seeing Haryana Tourism venturing into privatization, village tourism, development of new locations and the opening of crafts centres. Beginning with one resort in 1966, today Haryana Tourism runs 44 tourist complexes dotted all over the State. The resorts provide a wide range of tourist facilities such as a hotel, motels, restaurants, bars, fast food centres, health clubs, conference halls and recreational facilities like lakes for boating, picnic hides and children's parks. 777 guest rooms are available in the resorts run by Haryana Tourism.

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