Youngistan Travellers, a leading destination management company (DMC) today announced its foray into Sri Lanka. Beginning this month, Youngistan will start their operations in Sri Lanka and will work towards curating itineraries beyond the usual destinations like Colombo, Bentota & Kandy.


While understanding the demographics of Sri Lanka, Youngistan will come up with specialized packages like targeting the senior citizen groups and Honeymooners for Kandy and Galle belt. The company is looking at 80,000 – 90,000 arrivals from India as a market

“We are excited to begin operations in Sri Lanka as the country has huge potential in terms of tourism and continues to be a most visited travel destination for Indian travellers due to its proximity, leisure opportunities and natural beauty. We will be targeting different groups and will curate interesting itineraries for travellers” says Gourav Kumar Dubey, Director, Youngistan Travellers.

Youngistan Travellers is a New Delhi-based DMC who function with the objective to maximize the delight of a tourist from India to overseas. They do so by curating & offering the most exciting Tour Packages at affordable rates, exactly according to the stated preferences. The company currently specialises in island destination of Maldives with more than 30,000 passengers every year.

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