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MOT revises guidelines of MDA scheme for domestic tourism

To motivate stakeholders to promote tourism destinations in the country, the Ministry of Tourism (MOT) has modified the guidelines of the Marketing Development Assistance (MDA) scheme for the promotion of domestic tourism. The new guidelines has made availing the scheme simpler with liberal norms and more financial assistance to eligible stakeholders such as tour operators, hotels and aggregators.

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Ireland highlights new tourism products in a series of webinars

After conducting a series of webinars for the trade recently, Huzan Fraser Motivala, India Representatives, Tourism Ireland, says, “We look forward to welcoming Indian customers to Ireland when borders re-open. They will discover heart-warming moments and spectacular sights in Ireland. Indians can visit Ireland and UK on a single visa under the British Irish visa scheme.”

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Veena World opens office in Bengaluru

Veena World has recently opened a sales office in Bengaluru. The Mumbai-based tour operator has more than 19 sales offices across India with presence in Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Telangana, Assam, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Goa, Karnataka and now Bengaluru. It was established in 2013 with 35-odd people and has now grown to a 1,000-member team pan-India.

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Utah Office of Tourism launches redesigned website

The Utah Office of Tourism launched a revamped website to inspire visitors to consider Utah for their travel, increase well-prepared visitation and improve the customer experience. The redesign includes new visuals that highlight Utah’s diverse, vast landscapes and encourage deeper exploration; new site headings point to more experiences; significantly improved data and technical capabilities engage users more effectively; and there is more detailed information about places to visit and itineraries. The Red Emerald Strategic Plan encourages well-prepared year-round visitation, focusing on the quality of visits not just quantity of visitors, getting customers responsibly off the beaten path and helping communities that want to attract more tourists develop their destinations.  

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