JK Tourism starts promotional campaign across various markets


JK Tourism starts promotional campaign across various markets

Srinagar, March 4: Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Department have started its promotional campaign among the various tourism markets across the country.

In this connection, the Department has been participating in the three days Travel & Tourism Fair at Bangalore and India Travel Mart at Ahmedabad beginning today.

Joint Director, Tourism, Jammu, Natasha Kalsotra and CEO, Gulmarg Development Authority, Ghulam Jeelani Zargar are attending the  Tour & Travel Fair at Bangalore whiles as CEO, Rajouri Development Authority, Vivek Puri and Deputy Director, Tourism, Kashmir, Ahsanul Haq are representing the Department at the India Travel Mart at Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

Both the events started today and visitors exhibited keen interest in tourism products and services put on display. Both the events would last for three days during which there would be B2B meetings and interactions between officers and local stakeholders.

During their interactions with members of the travel fraternity, the officers apprised them about various tourism products available in J&K for tourists of any genre. They also apprised them about various initiatives taken by the UT Government post-Covid-19 for the revival of tourism, providing quality infrastructure and services to tourists visiting J&K(KNO)


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