Delegation of Tourism Ministry to visit valley on a 4-day visit from April 11

A high-level delegation from India’s Ministry of Tourism (MoT) along with the team of Incredible India is scheduled to visit Kashmir for a four-day visit, beginning April 11 to further, enhance the Valley’s tourism prospectus.Secretary Tourism, Government of India, ADG Tourism, senior officials from the Ministry of Tourism, Incredible India team, Ambassadors from different countries, members of the India Golf Tourism Association, Trade and Advocacy community, and the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry will be among the delegation of over 100 members.The delegation will also meet with the Government officials of Jammu and Kashmir, as well as senior Tourism officials during their visit.The high-level delegation under the Theme of “Another Day In Paradise” during their four-day visit would be tapping the unexplored Tourist potential of Jammu and Kashmir.An official told news agency KNO that the delegation comprising the senior officials from the Ministry of Tourism, team of Incredible India, Members of Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), members of Indian Golf Tourism Association (IGTA) will be on a four-day visit to the valley beginning at 11 April.While talking about some of the key events during their stay he said, the experts will touch upon the various strategies on how best in a post-pandemic world the foreign tourists can be increased.“The panel will touch upon various niche tourism product of the state including the Adventure Tourism, Wedding Tourism, Film Tourism and Golf Tourism, and during their stay the Culture, Heritage and Culinary Tourism potential of Jammu and Kashmir will also be showcased,” he said

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