Cox & Kings wins ‘Best Travel Agency’ at the 29th Annual TTG Travel Awards 2018

Celebrating 260 years, Cox & Kings was crowned as India’s leading travel agency by TTG Asia, the leading travel trade publication in Asia. It won the title of ‘Best Travel Agency – India’ for its exemplary service in the travel industry. The award was presented at a star-studded event held at Centara Grand & Bangkok Convention Centre, Bangkok on 20th September 2018.

Cox & Kings emerged as a top winner in the category of Best Travel Agency after having received the maximum votes from the discerning readers of a bouquet of TTG publications.

On receiving the award, Peter Kerkar, Group CEO, Cox & Kings Ltd said,” It is an absolute honour to be recognised by our clients. We have the highest regards for our travellers and strive to bring the best to them. Cox & Kings’ legacy of dynamism continues as the award only motivate us to better every day and transform travel”

Cox & Kings’ tremendous contribution to the country’s travel industry is known to all. With innovations like ‘Enable Travel’ – unique holidays for the disabled travellers to specialist brands such as ‘ Trip 360′ for adventure enthusiasts, ‘Getaway Goddess’ for women travellers and ‘Self Drive 365′ that is set to change the realm of self-drive tours in India and elsewhere, Cox & Kings has reinvented the space.

Since the awards first began, this celebrated event has grown significantly in terms of participation from the industry as well as the number of awards given out each year. Each year, the awards ceremony and gala dinner is attended by some of the industry’s most renowned personalities.

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