Indian tourism road show in Boston attracts many

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BOSTON: The Indian Ministry of Tourism with the help of Indian Consulate IN New York organized an India tourism road show on the theme ‘Incredible’ India at the Sheraton Boston Hotel, Boston, Massachusetts, June 25 that was full of enthusiastic participants from more than 30 tour and travel groups from India and 70 tour groups from USA.

India Tourism aims to increase tourist footfalls in the country, facilitate tourism partnerships and create more business opportunities by holding face to face interactions and sharing Incredible India’s new campaign films about various destinations and their special features that certainly rejuvenate the tourists.

The program started with a meet-and-greet session followed by serious interaction on sellers’ tables between the buyers and the sellers in the tourism field. Assistant Directors of India Tourism, New York, Priya and Sunil Kumar, welcomed all the participants of the event.TourismSmt Meenakshi S with India Tourism team_1

A brief presentation about Air India’s destinations, schedule, and services was given by Mohan Kothekar, Area Sales Manager of Air India, New York. Abhishek Singh and Jyoti Singh with their friends supported and managed this event very smoothly and professionally.

Meenakshi Sharma Director General of India Tourism asked tourism business partners to join their hands in India’s efforts and urged them to take their efforts to next level of success. She presented stunning films in between convincing all those present  that India is incredible because of its beautiful mountains, lakes, seas, oceans, backwaters, natural splendor. Dense green forests, vegetation and exotic wildlife provides tourists enjoyable jungle and jeep safaris.

Further, trekking, biking, skiing, kayaking, paragliding, hot air ballooning, white water rafting, and mountain railways provide adventurous experiences for tourists. She additionally highlighted that the historical monuments, heritage sites, temples, forts and palaces deliver glimpses of India’s rich history, affluence, glory, grace, majesty and depth in spirituality, philosophy, art, and architecture.

Shopping of indigenous handicrafts gives the tourist an opportunity to take with them the cherished memories of those places that they visited. Sharma also said that it is impossible to think of Indian tourism without participation in the country’s iconic festivals like Mysore Dasara, Kumbh Mela, and Rann Utsav.

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