Mumbai to host Times Travel Show and Backpackers Summit 2018 on 24th – 25th of February 2018

Mumbai to host Times Travel Show and Backpackers Summit 2018 on 24th – 25th of February 2018

Event Capital is introducing first of its kind travel exhibition titled the “Times Travel Show” and Backpackers Summit 2018. The event will be held on 24th – 25th February 2018 at MMRDA Grounds, BKC Mumbai, 11:00 am onwards. The Times Travel Show is curated to offer travelers, leisure travelers, backpackers, holiday travelers, adventures, trade members, trade professionals, business travelers and corporate MICE a platform to witness the offerings made by various travel agents, hotels/resorts, airlines, cruise liners and many more. It is a one-stop platform for information, discussion and entertainment related to travel.

The Times Travel Show will witness a host of industry leaders from the hospitality and the travel industry who will give visitors a broadened outlook domestic and international travel. The Backpackers Summit 2018 will hold a number of panel discussions presided by various industry professionals covering a wide range of topics like Travel IPs, Solo Travel, Adrenaline Seekers, wildlife tourism to name a few.

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