Published On : Fri, Oct 12th, 2018

14th edition of Holiday Expo opens in city with focus on travel, tourism, hospitality industries

Nagpur: In a bid to reach out to the travel professionals and also to explore the potential of among tier 2 and tier 3 cities, the 3-day 14th edition of Holiday Expo is being organized between October 12 and 14 at Kusumtai Wankhede Hall, North Ambazari Road, Dharampeth.

Followed by the years of success of the previous editions, the Holiday Expo is all set to create a cutting edge and bespoke platform for new participants as well as taking their loyal partners to a whole new level of business networking and client acquisition.

The three-day event will give glimpse from the travel, tourism and hospitality industries. The exhibition places a special emphasis on promoting adventure, pilgrimage, beach holidays, hill destinations, honeymoon plans, business trips and medical tourism. The exhibition offers the unique experience of presenting specially crafted travel, tour and holiday packages and good bargains from leading hotel, resorts, travel agents, tour operators from India and abroad.

The exhibitors include India Tourism, Himachal Tourism, Gujarat Tourism, Jharkhand Tourism, Madhya Pradesh Tourism, Cox and Kings, Spiceland Holidays-Kerala, Bihar Tourism and many more.

While interacting with Nagpur Today, Dilip Biswas, Director, Holiday Expo discussed the importance of holiday in our busy life and what Holiday Expo has to offer?

“With the kind of stressful lives that we lead, a person tends to look for refreshing holidays and unique travel destinations to unwind. To simplify this need, we have Holiday Expo, annually wherein the customers get specially designed packages and great deals with innumerable choices. The constant support and eager interest from the travel industry make it successful year after year. So, if you are planning your dream holiday, visit Holiday Expo.”

While discussing the vision behind this event Biswas added that, “The basic purpose of holding this event is to boost tourism awareness worldwide. We believe that the inflow of domestic and outbound tourists will increase in the coming months and Nagpur will play a vital role in the promotion of tourism.”

The expo would be open between 11 am and 7 pm for next three days.

Silent features of the expo are as follows:

·Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh are the focus states for the event.

·Delegations from Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh are wooing the Nagpur market for the upcoming Dussehra and Deepawali, long weekends as well as round the year travel, vacations and business plans.