ITM – The most awaited Travel Exhibition in Punjab

ITM – The most awaited Travel Exhibition in Punjab

INDIA TRAVEL MART, Amritsar starts from August 12 to 14, 2016

The much awaited and prominent Travel & Tourism Exhibition, India Travel Mart- ITM Amritsar is back in the city with a special focus on promoting sports and adventure, pilgrimage tourism, hill tourism, beach tourism, honeymoon packages, MICE and medical tourism. The three day exhibition is scheduled for August 12 to 14, 2016 from 11 AM – 7 PM at Hotel Holiday Inn, Ranjit Avenue, Amritsar, Punjab. This exhibition brings a unique experience and special amenities for partakers as they will interact with each other at one place. ITM will witness specially prepared travel and tour packages, excellent hotels & resorts deals from tour operators, destination wedding packages and honeymoon packages. 

“With the kind of stressful lives that we lead, a person tends to look for refreshing holidays and unique travel destination to unwind, to simplify this need and to help people of India in choosing the best option according to their requirements, we organize ITM-Amritsar annually wherein the customers get specially designed packages and great deals with countless choices. The constant support and eager interest from Travel Industry makes it a success year after year. So if you are planning to visit a place you have never been before or if you are willing to explore fresh tourists ‘spots then visit our exhibition” says Ajay Gupta, Managing Director, ITM.

“Tier II and Tier III cities are evolving day after day and we understand the need to promote these developing cities in Indian tourism sector as they have the potential tourism industry needs. This exhibition not only benefits the people of Amritsar but also nearby cities like Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Chandigarh, Mohali, Bhatinda, Firozpur, Faridkot, Fatehgarh Sahib, Fazilka, Gurdaspur, Hoshiarpur, Kapurthala, Mansa, Moga, Sri Muktsar Sahib, Pathankot, Patiala, Rupnagar, Ajitgarh, Sangrur, Nawanshahr, Taran Taran Sahib and nearby cities and states.  Now everyone can choose from a variety of attractive packages and deals as exhibitors in ITM give a unique blend of hassle free and soothing holidays,” he further added.

People are travelling for various reasons like for leisure, sports & adventure, education, MICE, weddings, honeymoons etc, so considering the fact that the buying capacity in people has considerably grown, events like these have become essential. Participants in ITM include many State Tourism Boards, Travel Operators, Agents, Travel Portals, Hotels and Resorts and they provide of tailor made packages to the customers.

Gupta added: “ITM-Amritsar caters to the needs of both B2B and B2C visitors. 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 Punjab will play a vital role in the promotion of Tourism. Our main aim is to promote tourism potential in India and spread awareness among the people.

SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS:

1) Travel Theme based Painting Competition for Kids
2) Travel Quiz for children and adults
3) Special discount for Visitors, Travellers and Corporate by some exhibitors.

Exhibition is open for all for all three days. / The opening hour of the exhibition is between 11 am – 7 pm.  FREE ENTRY

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