KSTDC organises Karnataka Tourism Road Shows across the cities of Gujarat
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Industry Watch | September 15, 2022 | News
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With an aim to increase domestic footfalls from Gujarat the Department of Tourism, Government of Karnataka along with Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation (KSTDC) organized Roadshows at Ahmedabad, Vadodara and Surat to promote tourist places, hotels, resorts, homestays and service providers from Karnataka amongst the people of Gujarat.
Karnataka Tourism's main objective behind the event was to promote the state as a tourist attraction for leisure tourism, MICE - meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions, adventure and wildlife tourism and as a wedding destination. KSTDC is the nodal agency to conduct roadshows in various cities of India. The state also offers an avid traveler a vast range of tourist landscapes such as archaeology, religion, ecotourism and handicrafts.
A performance of 'Puja Kunita', an ancient art form of Karnataka was organized to showcase the cultural heritage that Karnataka is known for. The roadshows brought together different aspects of Karnataka tourism such as nature, wildlife, adventure, pilgrimage, heritage, and many more.
T. Venkatesh, IAS, Director, Department of Tourism said, “Karnataka is home to a large and exciting portfolio of globally acclaimed tourist attractions like UNESCO World Heritage sites, splendid wildlife and resplendent nature, virgin beaches etc. It is an around the year tourist destination. The roadshow series will provide impetus to domestic inbound travel and would enhance the marketing efforts of Karnataka Tourism to promote the state's destinations to prospective tourists and the travel trade of Gujarat."
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The main objective behind the event was to promote the state as a tourist attraction for leisure tourism, MICE - meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions, adventure and wildlife tourism.