Category Archives: NTO (National Tourist Offices)

KTO to focus on student travel in next webinar

Korea Tourism Organization invites members of the trade to sign up for another round of webinar it will host on April 17, 2020 at 3 pm. For more information and to register, contact Jaspreet Kaur on 9650196532 or jaspreet.kaur@ddppl.com. This online seminar will showcase South Korea as a tourist destination highlighting student travel from India. The seminar will cover basic information and highlight the popular places along with ideas on how to create a better South Korea tour product. The webinar will cover not just FIT and leisure travel but also student tours and MICE. Jong Sool Kwon, Director – Korea Tourism Organization, New Delhi office, says, “The idea behind initiating these webinars is to take the opportunity of this slow business period and enhance the product knowledge of the travel agents about South Korea. As soon as the market revives from this slowdown, the travel agents will be well prepared to propose a new destination to their clients and South Korea will be the first choice for them.”

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Switzerland to host webinar on Lake Geneva Region and Schilthorn on April 16

Switzerland Tourism invites the trade to participate in its webinar titled ‘From the James Bond Mountain to the shores of Lake Geneva Region’ to be hosted on Thursday, April 16, 2020 at 3:00pm. One of the best 360-degree views of the Swiss skyline can be witnessed on top of the James Bon Mountain, Schilthorn. From the central Swiss Alps, travellers can then make their way to the French-speaking Lake Geneva Region on board the famous GoldenPass Panorama Train. Located on the shores of Lake Geneva, the region is surrounded by mountains and vineyards, and provides numerous activities and excursion possibilities. This webinar will provide the trade with the latest information and updates about Schilthorn Cableway and the Lake Geneva Region. Travel partners who attend all the webinars stand a chance of winning a trip to Switzerland. For more information, please contact Jaspreet Kaur on 9650196532 or jaspreet.kaur@ddppl.com.

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Chinese tourists plan to travel again beginning July 2020

A joint survey carried out by Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), China Comfort Travel Group and Ivy Alliance Tourism Consulting aimed at understanding Chinese tourists’ intent and needs to travel after the end of the COVID-19 pandemic reveals that if the situation is effectively controlled in April, travel demand in the summer of July and August could be relatively strong. While 41% of tourists surveyed said they would travel after the pandemic but the exact time was still uncertain, 32% indicated that they have plans to travel during the summer in July and August. In terms of destination selection, 56% of tourists surveyed chose to travel to other cities or scenic places in the country, and 45% indicated that they will travel abroad.

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Travel Nevada to host webinar for agents today at 11:30 am

Travel Nevada will host a webinar for travel agents today, 8th April, 2020, starting at 11:30 am. For registration and more details on the event, please contact, Ritesh Ahluwalia at ritesh.ahluwalia@buzzindia.in or +91 9818576755. Over 500 agents from across India are expected to participate. Through this, agents will learn about the key highlights of the destination and will be educated on what makes Nevada an ideal destination for Indian tourists.

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Korea engages trade with webinar today at 3pm

Korea Tourism Organization invites members of the trade to sign up for its exclusive webinar that it will host today at 3pm. This online seminar will highlight South Korea as a tourism destination and will cover basic information and highlight the popular places along with ideas on how to create a better South Korea tour product. The webinar will cover not just FIT and leisure travel but also touch upon MICE. Jong Sool Kwon, Director – Korea Tourism Organization, New Delhi office, says, “The Coronavirus outbreak has affected the travel business greatly. The idea behind initiating these webinars is to take the opportunity of this slow business period and enhance the product knowledge of the travel agents about South Korea. As soon as the market revives from this slowdown, the travel agents will be well prepared to propose a new destination to their clients and South Korea will be the first choice for them.” For more information and to register, contact Jaspreet Kaur on 9650196532 or jaspreet.kaur@ddppl.com.  

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Korea engages trade with a webinar on Friday, 3rd April

Korea Tourism Organisation invites the trade to sign up for its exclusive webinar that it will host on Friday, April 3, 2020 at 3pm. This online seminar will highlight South Korea as a tourism destination and will cover basic information and highlight the popular places along with ideas on how to create a better South Korea tour product. The webinar will cover not just FIT and leisure travel but also touch upon MICE. Jong Sool Kwon, Director – Korea Tourism Organization, New Delhi office, says, “The Coronavirus outbreak has affected the travel business greatly. The idea behind initiating these webinars is to take the opportunity of this slow business period and enhance the product knowledge of the travel agents about South Korea. As soon as the market revives from this slowdown, the travel agents will be well prepared to propose a new destination to their clients and South Korea will be the first choice for them.” For more information and to register, contact Jaspreet Kaur on 9650196532 or jaspreet.kaur@ddppl.com.

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Korea Tourism to host webinar today at 3pm

Korea Tourism Organization is excited to host a webinar for the travel trade today at 3pm. The webinar will be a refresher course on South Korea as an overall tourism destination from the Indian customer perspective. For more information and to register, please contact Jaspreet Kaur on 9650196532 or jaspreet.kaur@ddppl.com. It will cover all the basic destination information and highlight the popular places along with ideas on how to create a better South Korea tour product for the Indian consumer. The webinar will cover FIT and leisure travel but will also have valuable inputs for MICE groups. Jong Sool Kwon, Director – Korea Tourism Organization, New Delhi office, says, “As we are all aware of the business slowdown due to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak globally, I think it is best for the travel industry to utilise this time to better update itself with as much destination knowledge as possible. On that note, I have initiated the South Korea product webinar campaign so that travel agents can benefit themselves and be better prepared once the demand rises again.”

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Letter for Travel Media from TAT India

According to a recent letter by Tourism Authority by Thailand, “TAT would like to take this special opportunity to extend our deepest gratitude and appreciation for your constant support in making Thailand a preferred destination for Indians. We have seen a healthy growth and increase in the number of travellers from India to continue with the success. We are committed to making travel and tourism of Thailand the most economically promising, environmentally sustainable and culturally vibrant in the years to come. You will agree that this year has been the most challenging one for the tourism industry. However, as with previous challenges the tourism industry will prove its resilience by not only overcoming the repercussions of the current pandemic but also emerged stronger than it has ever been. COVID-19 has brought us together as one. In a time of crisis there always opportunities and TAT stands with you to explore all that we can do for travellers and friends now and in the future. We are proud to be a part of such a great community of dedicated people who are patient, compassionate and full of hope for a brighter tomorrow. It is as much our mission as it is yours to bring joy to both travellers and to those we work with. The past six decades has truly been historic and enjoyable for us which would not have been possible without your friendship we look forward to continuing this journey with you as we make Amazing Thailand the preferred destination for everyone.”

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Korea Tourism to host webinar on 25th March 2020

Korea Tourism Organization is excited to host a webinar for the travel trade on 25th March, 2020 at 3pm. For more information and to register, please contact Jaspreet Kaur on 9650196532 or jaspreet.kaur@ddppl.com. The webinar will be a refresher course on South Korea as an overall tourism destination from the Indian customer perspective. It will cover all the basic destination information and highlight the popular places along with ideas on how to create a better South Korea tour product for the Indian consumer. The webinar will cover FIT and leisure travel but will also have valuable inputs for MICE groups. Jong Sool Kwon, Director – Korea Tourism Organization, New Delhi office, says, “As we are all aware of the business slowdown due to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak globally, I think it is best for the travel industry to utilise this time to better update itself with as much destination knowledge as possible. On that note, I have initiated the South Korea product webinar campaign so that travel agents can benefit themselves and be better prepared once the demand rises again

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Tourism New Zealand to host webinar today at 2:30pm

Tourism New Zealand welcomes Indians with its new campaign creative and announces the expansion of tourism industry partnership for quicker visitor visa application processing. Inspired by the fact that New Zealand is one of the first places to see the sunlight of a new day, Tourism New Zealand, as part of its 100% Pure Welcome – 100% Pure New Zealand, has released a content series with ‘Good Morning World’ messages shared by locals welcoming visitors from their favourite spots across the country. The campaign showcases what makes New Zealand unique as a holiday destination – the warm and friendly people, stunning landscapes and variety of things to do. In order to support this, a trade webinar is being hosted today at 1430hrs to help increase the travel agents’ destination knowledge of New Zealand. Those who are interested in participating can get in touch with Jaspreet Kaur for further information either via email at jaspreet.kaur@ddppl.com  or call  9650196532.

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