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Great Indian Travel Bazaar - 17th to 19th April 2016 at JECC Jaipur


Great Indian Travel Bazaar

The 8th season of the “Great Indian Travel Bazaar” will organize in Jaipur from 17th to 19th April 2016 at Jaipur Exhibition & Conventional Center, Sitapura. The organizer of this event is Tourism Department of Rajasthan, Tourism Department Indian Government and Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industries.

The inauguration program of this event will be organize at hotel The Lalit, and further all program will be organize at Jaipur Exhibition & Conventional Center.

From the words of Mr. Anil Chaplote – this travel bazaar is basically for tourism products seller & purchaser, in this a meeting will organizing for B2B. This event will join by 275 tours & travels operators of 51 countries. And 280 Indian tour operators, hotels, resorts, spa, international airline, and state tourism board will also join.

From the Chairperson of FICCI Dr. Jyiotsena Suri said that the earlier time this event was given so many new opportunities to Jaipur for tourism. Also said that this event also joined by many different states of India like Gujarat, West Bengal, Maharashtra, M.P, J&K, Goa, Timal Nadu and many more.

Events Dates:

17th April 2016

18th April 2016

19th April 2016


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