After the successful completion of the first phase of its domestic marketing campaigns, Kerala Tourism kicked-off the second phase in all earnestness, with a string of Partnership Meets being organized in Ten Indian Cities, participating in some of the significant tourism trade fairs across India and showcasing a combination of the state’s traditional art forms and its attractive products of touristy appeal.
The second phase of the National Partnership Meets commenced in January 2020 and will go on till March 2020. With remarkable participation in Hyderabad, Visakhapatnam, Kolkata and Guwahati during January, and in Amritsar, Chandigarh and Delhi during February, Kerala Tourism officials are delighted to be in Jaipur now and look forward to the Partnership meets being held later on at Bengaluru and Chennai.
Tourism Minister Shri Kadakampally Surendran announced that the 11th edition of Kerala Travel Mart (KTM) will commence on 24 September 2020. The event will be held from 25th-27th at Sagara and Samudrika convention centres of Cochin Port Trust in Willingdon Island. It will focus on finding global buyers and exploring new markets for Champions Boat League (CBL), adventure tourism, and Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions (MICE).
Tourism Director Shri P. Bala Kiran said Kerala has added an array of new and exciting products and experiences that are tailor-made for the domestic traveller and would also make the state a 365-day destination.
“Another popular attraction is the Jatayu Earth Centre, which houses the giant statue of Jatayu that is 200 feet long, 150 feet wide and 70 feet in height, making it the largest functional bird sculpture in the world. The destination is easily accessible as it is right at the epicentre of south Kerala”, he pointed out.