New Delhi, Sep 26: In association with tourism and hospitality industry, Tourism Ministry Joint Secretary Suman Billa released a book recently 'Exploring India through 50 Unique Destinations' here at India Tourism Mart (ITM) 2019.
"Published by TAAI (Travel Agents Association of India) and BOTT (Business of Travel Trade) INDIA, the book, as the name suggest highlights 50 unique destinations across India, which are less visited, well-connected and have huge tourism potential," the release stated.
“India is on the cusp of a major breakthrough in the tourism sector and all stakeholders should come together to create better synergies in the market. Inbound arrivals have been surging year on year and India can witness the next level of growth by leveraging the domestic tourism further equally and strongly. Additionally, the major growth in travel numbers is now being witnessed from the Tier-II and III cities such as Ludhiana, Visakhapatnam, Indore, and we should try make these attractions into international tourist destinations,” the tourism joint secretary stated.
Director of ITC Ltd & Chairman of FAITH (Federation of Associations in Indian Tourism & Hospitality) Nakul Anand which organises ITM, said, “We are pleased to have worked with the governments on tourism components of various national strategic policies. These include e-visa, GST strategy , Monuments PPP policy, NITI Aayog vision document, Foreign Trade Policy 2015-20 (SEIS), and much more. ITM 2019 is an ideal platform to showcase India as a world class tourist destination.” (UNI)