JK Tourism participates in India Travel Mart Lucknow

JK Tourism participates in India Travel Mart Lucknow

The team also held a road-show on the sidelines of the Mart to promote all tourism related products of Jammu and Kashmir particularly the pilgrimage, an official statement said.

In a bid to promote pilgrimage tourism in Jammu and Kashmir, a team of Tourism department participated in 3-day India Travel Mart-2015 at Lucknow.

 

The team led by Special Secretary Tourism and Culture, M H Mir comprised Deputy Director Tourism (Central) Kashmir, PeerzadaZahoor, Manager JKTDC, New Delhi, C.B. Kaul  and  Bashrat  Ahmad, besides members of various travel  associations of J&K.

 

The team also held a road-show on the sidelines of the Mart to promote all tourism related products of Jammu and Kashmir particularly the pilgrimage, an official statement said.

 

A video presentation on pilgrimage circuits of the state was also presented during the road-show in which large number of domestic buyers, members from print and electronic media and other stakeholders participated.

 

Mir on the occasion said the ITM provides an opportunity to the states having tourism potential to have business with domestic buyers from across the country.

 

He said J&K Tourism grabbed this opportunity to participate in this mart to motivate domestic buyers to promote pilgrimage and other tourism products of Jammu and Kashmir.

 

He said that department has launched various promotional activities  to aware the people of  all faiths about religious places of the state with historical background.

In the first day of the event, large number of domestic buyers visited J&K tourism stalls and interacted with tourism, tour and travel bodies for business, the statement added.

Mir briefed the media about various tourism products of J&K. He said that J&K is the only place in the world where all kinds of tourism products, be it leisure, skiing, rafting, pilgrimage, heritage, golfing, angling, border tourism, trekking, mountaineering and rock climbing are available.

He urged them to promote J&K as a preferred destination.