Category: India


OTM Awards honour top participants at Mumbai

Zambia Tourism Board took the award for the Most Promising New Destination on the last day of OTM Mumbai, India’s biggest international B2B-focused travel trade show. Zambia has been marketing itself as ‘the land of the legendary African walking safari, Victoria Falls, the wild Zambezi River, breath-taking lakes, abundant wildlife and raw, pulsating wilderness – all in one friendly […]

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15,000 plus trade visitors lift OTM to a record high

OTM 2013 concluded with a record number of visitors attending both the shows at Mumbai and Delhi, lifting India’s biggest B2B travel trade show to a new high. OTM Mumbai received 9,853 and Delhi 6,306 trade visitors. In addition, over 2,500 general visitors attended each show. Some 1,200 exhibitors from 30 countries and all over […]

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Top participants honoured at the grand finale of OTM Delhi

An awards ceremony honouring the top participants of OTM Delhi was held on the penultimate day of the fair. Mexico Tourism Board won the Most Prospective Emerging Destination award; Most Promising New Destination was awarded to both the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority for promoting Tanzania and Baghaan Orchard Retreat for promoting Garhmukteshwar (UP). The ‘Best Print Promotional […]

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Grab the early bird offer for OTM 2014!

OTM 2014 was formally launched at the valedictory function of the hugely successful OTM Mumbai, where more more than 13,000 visitors, including some 10,000 trade members, were welcomed. Mumbai is the largest travel market of India, accounting for one-third (33%) of all outbound travellers, followed by Delhi, which represents about one-fourth (26%). OTM 2014 is […]

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5,000 trade visitors throng to OTM Delhi in first two days

The first two days of OTM Delhi have been dedicated to the travel trade fraternity and have drawn a hugely positive response. At the time of writing, the number of registered trade visitors crossed 5,000. Saturday, the last day of the fair, is open to all. While visiting OTM, Haika John Bayona, Chief Park Warden, Tanzania […]

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Kerala promotes leisure watersports

Looking to tap the potential of the long sea coast and the network of backwaters, canals and rivers, Kerala has embarked on a plan to promote leisure watersports. Kerala State Tourism has sought assistance from the National Institute of Water Sports in Goa to work out a detailed project report in this regard. “We are […]

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Karnataka’s tourism sector records major growth

Karnataka’s tourism industry has many reasons to be delighted. Recent data indicates that close to 9 crore tourists visited the state last year, compared to 3.87 crore in 2010 and 8.41 crore in 2011. “It could have easily crossed the 9 crore mark by now,” a senior tourism official said. The recently released Karnataka economic survey report 2012-13 […]

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OTM Delhi receives good response on day one

India’s leading B2B travel trade show, OTM, opened in Delhi on Thursday. Steady flow of visitors on the first day morning greeted the participants. Spread out over 100,000 square feet (approximately 10,000 square metres) in hall number 7 and adjoining areas of the sprawling Pragati Maidan, the event brings together some 400 exhibitors from 13 […]

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Exclusive caravan showcased in OTM

While inaugurating OTM, a handful of dignitaries took the pleasure and fun of going inside the PCP Terra caravan, at its stall where this exclusive product is being showcased. If you are waiting to experience a long distance travel in a car with all the comfort of your luxurious home, then PCP Terra can make you […]

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Kochi Biennale draws 2.5 lakh visitors

The Kochi-Muziris Biennale, an international exhibition of contemporary art, is instrumental in attracting visitors to Kerala. The festivities, which are now coming to a close, started on December 12, 2012, and have drawn 2.5 lakh visitors to date. Organisers are going for a grand final lap by strengthening visitor attendance, crowd funding and participation of cultural […]

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