Cleartrip announces ‘The Big Billion Days 2022’
Cleartrip bets big on the upcoming festive season by announcing one of India’s biggest travel festivals as part of ‘The Big Billion Days’. In line with Flipkart’s flagship event, this festival will be nothing short of a travel shopping spree on the Cleartrip website and app as well. Starting September 22, 2022, Cleartrip users can access attractive offers on international and domestic flights with fares starting from as low as INR 6999/- and INR 999/-.With attractive prices such as INR 199/- on domestic hotels, Cleartrip is all set to give access to various unique offerings in the travel industry, on the brink of this festive season.
Marriott Bonvoy unveils its new campaign ‘Here’ in India
Marriott Bonvoy, unveiled ‘Here,’ its newest campaign in India, to celebrate the return of travel with an immersive anamorphic installation at Cyber Hub, Gurugram, and Phoenix Mills (Palladium) in Mumbai till September 26, 2022. The campaign builds on Marriott Bonvoy’s global tagline “Where Can We Take You,” with ‘Here’ as an expression for revealing the authentic, relatable little moments loved and missed by travelers. The breathtaking hero video was shot across Malaysia, Indonesia, Japan, and New Zealand along with localized videos specially shot across India which were converted into immersive anamorphic content. These videos celebrate the power of travel with moments everyone can relate to.
The Fern Samali Resort, Ratnagiri undertakes beach cleaning drive
The Fern Samali Resort, Dapoli (Ratnagiri) carried out a beach cleaning exercise at Ladghar beach near the resort and collected more than 200 kg of plastic and other waste materials strewn across the beach, the GM of The Fern Samali Resort, Dinesh Kumar Yadav said.Congratulating the green team of The Fern Samali Resort, Noshir A Marfatia, Senior Vice President – Sales and Marketing, The Fern Hotels & Resorts said, “Such activities are extremely important for us, as they resonate with the basic philosophy of the brand. We encourage all our hotels to carry out such activities from time to time.”
Raj Singh appointed Chairman of the West Bengal River Tourism sub-committee
Taking a future-forward step towards the evolving tourism landscape in the country, the Government of West Bengal has declared River Tourism as one of the prime sectors of Tourism in the State and Raj Singh, the founder chairman of Antara River Cruises, as the Chairman of the West Bengal River Tourism Sub-Committee. A renowned authority on Indian wildlife and a travel industry pioneer, Raj Singh started Antara River Cruises almost 10 years ago for special interest travel.
“The National Tourism Policy has been drafted with a holistic vision and strategy to revive India’s Tourism and targets to achieve USD 1 Trillion by the sector in 2047. Against this backdrop, the Ministry is also paving the way for developing responsible and sustainable tourism destinations. The Government of India will continue to support MSMEs in tourism and capitalise on the employment generation potential in the sector. Various initiatives under the ongoing schemes of the Ministry of Tourism are planned to be strengthened to ensure complete recovery from the disruption caused to the tourism economy due to the pandemic.”
- Shri Arvind Singh, Secretary Tourism, Government of India
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