PATA Travel Mart 2023, organized by Pacific Asia Travel Association, will make a physical return after 3 years in New Delhi, India’s capital city, from October 4 to 6, 2023. The Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, will host the event.
Mr. Arvind Singh, Secretary, Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, made the announcement on March 7th at India Night during ITB Berlin 2023.
PATA Chair Peter Semone stated that after a three-year break due to the epidemic, we are thrilled to be organizing PATA Travel Mart 2023 in India in person, especially because the country will host the G20 Summit later this year.
With its many projects in environmentally friendly & inclusive tourism activities, India is continuing to prove to be an important market in the Asia Pacific region’s recovery of travel and tourism, and it has the possibility to be a preferred destination for tourists, loved by both international and domestic tourists.
It is the ideal location for people to reach decision-makers, engage with new clients, grow their networks, establish new contacts, and solidify current business alliances, and PATA Chair Peter Semone stated that he would like to welcome members & non-members to join this mega event at this very exceptional destination.
India, one of the world’s oldest civilizations, is a melting pot of multicultural experiences. The country has become one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world, thanks to its rich heritage and numerous attractions.
It is bounded on the north by the Great Himalayas, and on the south by the Tropic of Cancer, it curves off into the Indian Ocean between both the Bay of Bengal on the east as well as the Arabian Sea on the west. Guests travelling around India are greeted by a wide range of cuisines, religions, arts, handicrafts, music, environment, lands, tribes, history, and adventure sports.
India is a mesmerising fusion of old and new. The typical visitor may have the best of both worlds as busy old bazaars, posh shopping malls, and grand monuments coexist with elegant historical hotels. Whether you want to go to the highlands, relax on a beach, or sail through the golden Desert, India has something for everyone. That’s all PATA Chair Peter Semone beautifully explained about India.
What is PATA?
The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), founded in 1951, is a non-profit membership-based organization that serves as a catalyst for the responsible growth of travel and tourism to, from, and within the Asia Pacific area.
PATA creates significant collaborations by bringing together our business and public sector members to improve the value, quality, and long-term growth of tourism and travel to, from, and within the Asia Pacific area.
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