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Spain promotes Canary Islands

Encouraged by crossing the 100,000 arrival mark from India, the Tourism Office of Spain, along with Pullmantur Cruises, is expanding its product base, with a focus on the Canary Islands, to appeal to a larger outbound market. HAZEL JAIN The Tourism Office of Spain in Mumbai recently conducted a workshop …

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Israel aggressively marketing in India

Israel’s Ministry of Tourism organised its second roadshow in 2017 in India and travelled to six cities across the country, where they showcased their products through B2B workshops. NISHA VERMA Hassan Madah, Director, Israel Ministry of Tourism India, led the delegation for the roadshow and revealed their growth story in …

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Badung Tourism picks India rep

The Badung Tourism Promotions Board, Indonesia, has trained its eyes on India for this. The appointment of an India representative shows its commitment to the market. Hazel Jain The Badung Regency of Bali in Indonesia has increased its focus on India and will be putting in extra efforts to develop …

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Gems that make Dubai dazzle

A land with countless wonders which continues to add more to its list. Here’s just a little on just a few of the attractions that make Dubai a favourite among Indians. The Helicopter Tour Thrill your senses as you fly over one of the iconic cities of the world in …

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Experience pure delight @ NZ

With the country’s exemplary 100% Pure New Zealand campaign, Steven Dixon, Tourism New Zealand’s Regional Manager — South and South East Asia, expects to continue seeing double-digit growth in arrivals from India to New Zealand year-on-year. NISHA VERMA The 2017 edition of Tourism New Zealand’s flagship B2B event—Kiwi Link, was …

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Park your stress here

Taking fun to a totally new level in the region, Dubai proves to be a holistic leisure destination that has something for everyone, irrespective of age and demography. Let’s take a look at few of the leisure points that makes Dubai one of the most sought-after holiday destinations. The Burj …

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Japan eyes piece of Indian pie

After opening the doors of its Indian office in New Delhi, JNTO is gearing up to draw more Indian tourists to the country and plans to add another office in Mumbai. AHANA GURUNG Japan National Tourism Organisation (JNTO) opened its office in India last year in an attempt to tap …

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South Africa awaits 100,000 Indians in 2017

South African Tourism hopes that the ranking of India will raise higher from the 8th spot, with its annual mega training event aptly titled ‘Learn South Africa’. The target is to cross 100,000 Indian tourists this year. South African Tourism (SAT) picked Mumbai to start its 17-city training programme that …

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Time to don new cape in S Africa

South African Tourism aims to bring to the forefront all its unexplored natural bounties and showcase more than just Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban, reveals Sisa Ntshona, CEO, South African Tourism in an interview with TRAVTALK. KARISHMA KHANNA FROM DURBAN Q) Please share your inbound traffic numbers in terms of …

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70,000 India arrivals in ’17

Zhang Mingchi, Deputy Director General, Shandong Tourism Development Commission, aims to double the number of Indian arrivals to Shandong this year. NISHA VERMA from SHANDONG The Shandong region in Eastern China recently played host to Indian agents in association with Shandong Airlines, where they showcased major attractions of the region …

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