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India Tourism Road Show Starts In Riyadh

The ‘India Tourism Road Show’ opens today in Riyadh with an event at 6 pm at the Sheraton Hotel in the Turki Hall. The road show is being organized by the Government of India Tourist Office (GOITA), Dubai in collaboration with the Embassy of India in Riyadh.  Minister of State for Tourism Sultan Ahmed will head a large delegation from India’s Ministry of Tourism.   GOITO executive directors from Dubai and Tokyo, and many tour operators from India will also attend the event.

Various tourism packages will be introduced  in order to attract Saudis from all parts of society.  Medical tourism and the advanced medical treatment facilities available in India will be highlighted.   The event will feature detailed presentations of Indian tourism, Indian culinary delicacies, and buyer selling meetings between Saudi and Indian tour operators. Nine major Indian tour operators and 80 Saudi tour operators will attend.
 

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