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Israel Tourism Ministry collaborates with Ola to attract travellers from India

Israel Ministry of Tourism has joined hands with Ola cabs in India to collaborate on a two-week contest that will run on the Ola app which is valid for its Mumbai and Pune users only. The Ola users who undertake the maximum number of rides during the two weeks period and use code ISRAEL stand a chance to win a free trip to Israel for 3nights/4 days.

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Cinnamon Hotels organizes FAM trip for Indian wedding planners to Sri Lanka

In line with the marketing strategy for 2018, Cinnamon Hotels & Resorts will focus on promoting destination weddings for Indians in their 10 breathtaking properties in Sri Lanka. To boost this plan, they recently hosted a group of reputed wedding planners from India to provide them an opportunity to see and experience Cinnamon group of hotels as a viable option for destination weddings closer to India. The group constituted of representatives from weddings and events companies like Moldavyte, Nyka Events and Indian Wedding Planners.

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Israel Tourism rolls out advertising campaign in India to target 1 lakh travellers in 2018

Having witnessed close to 60,000 Indian tourists visiting Israel last year, marking a record growth of 31%, Israel Ministry of Tourism office in India is confident of achieving its target of 1 lakh Indian tourist visitors this year. To support the forecasted growth, the Ministry has launched its summer campaign in India to attract the April – June peak holiday season.

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Cinnamon Hotel launches ‘Cinnamon Island Weddings’, bespoke wedding services in Sri Lanka

Cinnamon Hotels & Resorts launches ‘Cinnamon Island Weddings’, a bespoke specially curated luxury wedding experiences for destination weddings in Sri Lanka.

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Ministry of Tourism takes steps to make tourist destinations friendlier for differently abled

Following a study conducted in the year 2010 by the Ministry of Tourism on “Problems and Prospects of Accessible Tourism in India”, K. J. Alphons, Union Minister of State (I/C) for Tourism, in a written reply in Lok Sabha said that the Ministry of Tourism is taking several steps to make tourist destinations friendlier for the differently abled.

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Jordan hosts business forum in Delhi in attempt to enhance ties with India

His Majesty King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein of Jordan attended a part of the Jordanian-Indian Business Forum that was held in New Delhi, where he promised potential investors all help possible to facilitate their businesses in Jordan, according to a Royal Court statement during his State visit to India.

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Air India launches New Delhi to Tel Aviv direct flight seeing growth in Indian travellers

Air India will begin nonstop flight operations from New Delhi to Tel Aviv in Israel starting March 22nd onwards in an official statement released by the airline. The carrier has confirmed flying thrice a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday on Air India’s Boeing 787 Dreamliner that has 18 business class and 238 economy seats. This announcement has come at a time when Israel Ministry of Tourism has recorded a whopping growth of 50% in January and 25% in February, 2018 of Indian arrivals to Israel vis-à-vis the same period in 2017.

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Ministry of Tourism promotes luxury trains with The Great Indian Blog Train

The Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, keeping in mind the importance of Social Media as an effective tool for destination branding and marketing, is organizing a Social Media Key Influencers’ Campaign “The Great Indian Blog Train” involving bloggers from the across the world, who have been invited to travel to destinations in the country on the Luxury Trains operating in different States.

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Sanjay Dalmia Group to promote spiritual tourism in India

Industrialist and Philanthropist, Shri Sanjay Dalmia is foraying into Spiritual tourism through their recent venture Dalmia Medicare.The group has already entered into Medical Tourism offering various kind of medical services to patients all across the world. Spiritual tourism has emerged as a vital component of India’s tourism industry, especially in medical tourism.

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Ministry of Tourism concludes Bharat Parv at Red Fort, issues letter of intent to 9 agencies

‘Bharat Parv’ concluded at the Red Fort (Lal Quila) in Delhi, in the presence of K.J. Alphons, Minister of State for Tourism and Mahesh Sharma, Minister of State for Culture. The Parv was organized by the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India at the Red Fort, Delhi from 26th to 31st January, 2018.

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