Dir Tourism assures full support to travel agents


Srinagar, Dec 5: Director Tourism, Talat Pervaiz today assured full cooperation to local travel agents.  “We will provide all possible support to the travel agents as well the tourists intending to visit here. We are exploring new tourist destinations in order to increase the stay of visitors in this Himalayan region,” Pervaiz told Greater Kashmir.
 Expressing his satisfaction over the influx of tourist who visited Kashmir this year, Pervaiz said tourism not only boosts the economy of people related with the tourism trade, but  also promotes the handicraft and other allied sectors.   “Most of the state’s handicraft business is dependent on foreign tourism and for that tourism department is ensuring full cooperation to the travel agents who work in foreign countries,” he said, adding that tourism department has started new recreational and sports activities to increase the staying period of tourists in Kashmir.
 Meanwhile, a delegation of Explore India – a division of Cruise Connections Canada called upon Director Tourism and hailed his contribution towards the promotion of tourism sector.  According to spokesperson of Explore India, Director Tourism assured us full cooperation and said that we will welcome inbound tourism to Kashmir. 

Lastupdate on : Wed, 5 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 5 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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