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J&K Tourism deptt bags “Best award for promotion of Golf Tourism” at International Tourism Conclave

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Srinagar/Dehradun, (Uttarakhand) , 13 Oct 2019

J&K Tourism department bagged “Best award for promotion of Golf Tourism” at the 5th International Tourism Conclave and Tourism Award ceremony held at Dehradun.Director Tourism, Jammu, Deepika K. Sharma, received the award presented  by Union Minister for Forests, Wildlife, Environment, Solid Waste Disposal, Labour, Employment, Training, Education, who inaugurated  the second edition of India’s leading Travel and Tourism Exhibition, India Travel Mart (ITM) Dehradun and VIth Edition of International Tourism Conclave & Travel Awards (ITCTA) at the ceremony organised by ICM Group.The event was attended by the exhibitors, awardees, buyers and members of leading travel associations including TAAI, ADTOI, IATO, TTAUP and other stakeholders.The three day exhibition witnessed glimpses of various potential areas of tourism besides promoting culture, tradition and artifacts of the participating states arranged by State Tourism Boards including Uttarakhand Tourism, Gujarat Tourism, West Bengal Tourism, Hoteliers like TAJ Rishikesh Resort and Spa, Uttarakhand, Taj Corbett Resort and Spa, Uttarakhand, Fortune Resort Grace- Mussoorie, Welcome Hotel The Savoy, Regenta LP Vilas, Dehradun, Rosakue Hospitality, Tulip Inn Green Castle Mussoorie, Hotel Sun n Star Mussoorie, One Earth Hotels, Country Inn Group of Hotels & Resorts, Hotel Shivaay, Haridwar, LA Tigre Resort, Palm Bliss Resorts, Norwood Green Palampur by Lamrin Resorts, Hotel ABI Krishna, Travel Agents, Tour Operators, Travel Mail.Members of National Travel Associations like ADTOI, IATO, TAAI, OTOAI, and TTAUP supported this mega event.Chairman & Managing Director, ICM Group briefed the Travel Trade Fraternity that the basic purpose of holding this event is to boost tourism awareness worldwide for increasing the inflow of domestic and outbound tourists in the coming months.

 

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