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International Tourism Mart, Guwahati 2013
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Paradise unexplored – The North East India alt

North East India popularly known as the North East (NE), comprises the eight States of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim and is geographically situated in the North East corner of India. The North East shares the international boundaries of India with China, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Myanmar. The rich natural beauty, serenity and exotic flora and fauna of the area are invaluable resources for the development of eco-tourism. The region is endowed with diverse tourist attractions and each State has its own distinct features. The attractions are scattered over the entire region and are largely located in remote areas within highly fragile environments. These attractions and the people of the Region constitute rich tourism resources. The facilities for stay, food, shopping and entertainment are improving tremendously.

To highlight the tourism potential of the North East India in India's key source markets, , the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India is organizing an International Tourism Mart from 18th – 20th January 2013 at Guwahati, Assam.

The invitees to the conference are : alt
  1. Tourism Ministers of the ten ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, USA, UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Switzerland Sweden, Norway, Japan, South Korea , Australia and New Zealand, along with Executive Head of the Tourism Authority of each country (of the level of Secretary, Tourism/DG (Tourism).
  2. Representatives from the Tourism industry from the countries listed above. The travel industry representatives invited include two leading Tour Operators, two leading Tour Operators promoting India and one Media Personnel .
  3. Tourism Ministers and Tourism Secretaries of all the North-Eastern States and West Bengal.
  4. Approved (State level and National Level) tour operators of all States of India.
  5. All hoteliers and tour operators of the North-Eastern region.
  6. Representatives of Federation of Hotel and Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI), Hotel Association of India (HAI), Indian Association of Tour Operators (IATO), Association of Domestic Tour Operators of India (ADTOI) Adventure Tour Operators Association of India (ATOAI) , PATA , WTTC, UNWTO.
  7. Representatives of Domestic & International Airlines .
Country-wise details of International delegates: (Update as on 15th Jan. 2013)
  • Country Number of Participants
  • Australia 4
  • Bangladesh 6
  • Bhutan 5
  • Brueni 1
  • Cambodia 8
  • France 2
  • Germany 3
  • Indonesia 2
  • Italy 2
  • Japan 4
  • Korea 5
  • Lao 8
  • Malaysia 4
  • Myanmar 5
  • Phillipines 1
  • Singapore 7
  • Spain 1
  • Sweden 1
  • Switzerland 1
  • Thailand 4
  • UK 3
  • USA 1
  • Vietnam 7
  • Total 85
Venue & Program Schedule:

The Sorusojai Indoor Stadium in Guwahati is the venue for this Mart.

ITM Guwahati

Tentative Programme
Date
Time
Activity
18.1.2013
0800  onwards
Registration

1730
Cultural Programme at Greenwood Hotel - Organised by Assam Govt.

1900 – 2100
Dinner at Greenwood Hotel – Hosted by Assam Govt.
19.1.2013

Cultural Parade

0930 - 1030
Inaugural  session

1030 - 1100
Inauguration of Exhibition Area

1100 – 1130
Tea/ Coffee Break – Hosted by State Govt. of Mizoram

1130 – 1230
Presentation by NE States - Session  I

1230 – 1330
Lunch – Hosted by State Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh

1330 – 1500
Presentations by NE States – Session II

1500 – 1530
Tea/ Coffee – Hosted by State Govt. of Sikkim

1530 – 1600
Presentation by NE States - Session III

1600 - 1700
Q&A Session

1830 – 1930
Cultural Programme at Hotel Brahmaputra Ashok – Coordinated by NEZCC

1930 – 2100
Dinner at Hotel Brahmaputra Ashok – Hosted by Ministry of Tourism
20.1.3013
0815  - 0930
Business Breakfast at Mart venue – Hosted by State Govt. of West Bengal

0830 – 1100
 B2B Meet

1100 – 1130
Tea/ Coffee – Hosted by State Govt. of Manipur

1130 – 1230
Valedictory session

1230 – 1330
Lunch – Hosted by State Govt. of Meghalaya

1800 – 2100
River Cruise and Dinner – Hosted by Govt. of Assam
21.1.2013

Technical visit to Pobitora Sanctuary
22.1.2013

Beginning of fam tours

Technical Visit to Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary [21st January,2013) alt

The Government of Assam is organizing a one day technical visit on 21st Jan. 2013 to the Pobitora Wild Life Sanctuary near Guwahati for all the hosted International Delegates.

Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife reserve located about 48 km by road from Guwahati. It is a 1-hour drive through a road passing by the River Brahmaputa, and a small portion of the village of Mayong. It has a dense population of the Great Indian one-horned rhinoceros.

Post Conference Familiarization Tour itineraries for International Delegates:


INTERNATIONAL TOURISM MART, GUWAHATI (INDIA) 18th-20th January, 2013                                                                                                                                                     FAM TOURS

STATE

FAM TOUR (FT) NO.

DURATION

DATE FROM

DATE TO

TIME OF DEPARTURE FROM HOTEL & ARRIVAL AT AIRPORT ON LAST DATE

ASSAM

FT-1

3 Days

22-01-2013

24-01-2013

D : KAZIRANGA : 7.00 AM

2 Nights

A : GUWAHATI AIRPORT : 12.00 NOON

FT-2

3 Days

22-01-2013

24-01-2013

D : MANAS : 7.00 AM

2 Nights

A : GUWAHATI AIRPORT : 12.00 NOON

FT-11

2 Days

22-01-2013

23-01-2013

D : HAJO :

1 Night

A : MORNING : AFTER BREAKFAST AT GUWAHATI

FT-12

3 Days

22-01-2013

24-01-2013

D : DIBRUGARH : 7.00 AM

2 Nights

A : GUWAHATI : 5.00 PM (NIGHT STAY)

ARUNACHAL PRADESH

FT-3

6 Days

22-01-2013

27-01-2013

D : RUPA : 7.00 AM

5 Nights

A : GUWAHATI AIRPORT : 1.00 PM

FT-4

6 Days

22-01-2013

27-01-2013

D : MIAO : 7.00 AM

5 Nights

A : GUWAHATI AIRPORT : 3.00 PM

MEGHALAYA

FT-5

4 Days

22-01-2013

25-01-2013

D : SHILLONG : 7.00 AM

3 Nights

A : GUWAHATI AIRPORT : 9.00 PM

MIZORAM

FT-6

5 Days

22-01-2013

26-01-2013

D : AIZWAL : MORNING

4 Nights

DIRECT FLIGHT TO KOLKATA/DELHI

NAGALAND

FT-7

3 Days

22-01-2013

24-01-2013

D : DIMAPUR : 1.30 PM

2 Nights

DIRECT FLIGHT TO KOLKATA/DELHI

SIKKIM

FT-8

 7 Days

22-01-2013

28-01-2013

D : PELLING : 7.00 AM

 6 Nights

A : BAGDOGRA AIRPORT : 1.00 PM

TRIPURA

FT-9

6 Days

22-01-2013

27-01-2013

D : AGARTALA : MORNING

5 Nights

DIRECT FLIGHT TO KOLKATA/DELHI

WEST BENGAL

FT-10

4 Days

22-01-2013

25-01-2013

D : DARJEELING : 7.00 AM

3 Nights

A : BAGDOGRA AIRPORT : 9.00 AM

MANIPUR

FT-13

3 Days

22-01-2013

24-01-2013

D : IMPHAL :  MORNING

2 Days

DIRECT FLIGHT TO KOLKATA/DELHI
NO. OF SLOTS AVAILABLE FOR FAM TOURS (AS ON 9-1-2013 AT 3.00 PM)
FT-1   
FT-2
FT-3
FT-4
FT-5
FT-6
FT-7
FT-8
FT-9
FT-10
FT-11
FT-12
FT-13
ASSAM
ASSAM
A.P
A.P
MEGHALAYA
MIZORAM
NAGALAND
SIKKIM
TRIPURA
W.          BENGAL
ASSAM
ASSAM
MANIPUR
0
18
6
9
20
11
12
0
8
10
23
6
10
FT-1
ITINERARY FOR ‘ASSAM’
22-1-2013

Guwahati - Kaziranga National Park (Drive 220 Km/ 5 hrs): Morning after breakfast drive to famous Kaziranga National park en-route visiting Kamakhya Temple, a Major Hindu Pilgrimage site. On arrival, check in at your Jungle resort located on the outskirts of the National Park. Evening at leisure. Overnight at the Resort in Kaziranga.

23-1-2013

Early morning explore central Range of Kaziranga National Park on Elephant Safari. On return explore the eastern range on a jeep safari. Return for lunch and proceed to Western Range of Kaziranga National Park on jeep. Overnight at the Jungle Resort in Kaziranga.

24-1-2013

Morning after breakfast, drive back to Guwahati to board the flight for Kolkata/ Delhi.

FT-2
ITINERARY FOR ‘ASSAM’
22-1-2013

Guwahati – Manas (Drive 195 Km/ 5 hrs): Morning after breakfast, drive to famous Manas National Park. On arrival, check in at your Jungle lodge located on the outskirts of the National Park. Evening at leisure. Overnight at the lodge in Manas.

23-1-2013

Early morning explore the pristine beauty and wilderness of the jungle on the back of an elephant (for one hour) in the Bansbari range of the park. In the afternoon, go for a jeep safari in the most beautiful point of Manas National Park – Mathanguri and you could also have an experience of night safari while returning back to your lodge. Overnight at the lodge in Manas.

24-1-2013

Morning after breakfast, drive back to Guwahati to board the flight for Kolkata/ Delhi.

FT-3
ITINERARY FOR ‘ARUNACHAL PRADESH’
22-1-2013

Early morning drive to Bomdila (330 Km/6 hrs.). Enroute visit Tipi Orchidirium, Tenga Market. On arrival at Bomdila, visit Lower Gompa and local market. Stay at Hotel Tsepal Yangzom.

23-1-2013

After breakfast, drive to Tawang (200 Km/8 hrs.). Drive past the 3rd highest motorable road – the Sela Pass at 14,000 ft.. Visit Jaswantghar, Nuranang Water Falls. Arrive Tawang and check in Tourist Lodge. Visit Local Market

24.1.2013

After breakfast, visit the 400 year old Tawang Monestory, Nunnery, Urgeyling Monestry, Tawang War Memorial, Craft Centre.

25.1.2013

Drive to Dirang (150 Km/5 hrs.). Enroute vist Yak Breeding Farm at Nyukmadung, Sangity Valley and village.

26.1.2013

Morning drive to Rupa Town (70 Km/2 hrs.), Home of the Sherdoukpen Tribe. Visti Monestry at shergaon. Stay at Rupa.

27.1.2013

Early Morning, drive back to Guwahati (300 Km/6 hrs.) to board the flight for Kolkata/ Delhi.

FT-4
ITINERARY FOR ‘ARUNACHAL PRADESH’
22.1.2013

Morning drive from Guwahati to Dibrugarh (400 Km/7 hrs.) - one of the oldest towns of Assam and the Tea Capital of Assam. Stay at Dibrugarh..

23.1.2013

Early morning drive to Nampong (150 Km/3 hrs.), the Gateway to the Stillwel road and the host town of Pangsau Pass Winter Festival. Attend the festival. Evening drive back to Jairampur (30 Km/30 Mts.) for overnight stay.

24.1.2013

Morning visit to World War-II cemetery and continue to Miao (50 Km/1 hr.) to enter the famous Namdapha National Park inhabited by all the big cats viz; Tiger, Snow Leopard, Clouded Leopard, Leopard Hoolock Gibbon, the state animal of Arunachal Pradesh.

25.1.2013

Drive to Deban (40 Km/1 hr.). Morning trek inside the park across the Noa-Dihing river. Walk inside the park till Haldibari and back to Deban. Night halt at Deban Forest lodge.

26.1.2013

Morning drive back to Miao (40 Km/1 hr.). Visit Tibetan Refugee Camp and nearby areas. Night halt at Miao.

27.1.2013

Early morning drive to Guwahati Airport (550 Km/8 hr.) to board the flight for Kolkata/ Delhi.

FT-5
ITINERARY FOR ‘MEGHALAYA’
22-1-2013

Pick up from Guwahati and proceed to Shillong (100 Km/2 hrs.), en-route visit Umiam Lake & then proceed to Hotel Pinewood for rest. Evening visit to Don Bosco Museum of Indigenous Cultures.

23-1-2013

Drive to Cherrapunji (54 Km/2 hrs.) and visit to Mawphlang Sacred Grove, Cherrapunji waterfalls, caves, etc. Night halt at Shillong.

24-1-2013

Drive to Mawlynnong Village (97 Km/3 hrs.) to see Living Root Bridge, etc. Visit Dawki (30 Km/1 hr.) adventure camps and adventure related activities at Dawki. Drive from Dawki to Shillong (82 Km/1.5 hrs.). Night Halt at Shillong.

25-1-2013

Drive from Shillong to Guwahati (100 Km/2 hrs.) to board the flight for Kolkata/ Delhi.

FT-6
ITINERARY FOR ‘MIZORAM’
22-1-2013

Arrival at Lengpui Airport, Aizawl. Pick up from the Airport and proceed to Chaltlang Tourist Lodge. Overnight at Chaltlang Tourist Lodge, Aizawl

23-1-2013

Depart for Hmuifang (40 Km/1 hr.) after breakfast. On route visit Heritage Site and Centre of Excellence at Thiak. Lunch at Hmuifang Tourist Resort. Visit Hmuifang Mountains. Proceed for a view of Vantawng Waterfalls at Thenzawl, Mizoram’s Highest waterfall. Return to Aizawl for dinner and night halt at Chaltlang Tourist Lodge

24-1- 2013

After breakfast visit State Museum at Mc.Donald Hill. Visit various Handlooms and Handicrafts centres. Lunch at Hotel Regency. Visit ATC, Durtlang for a view of Aizawl City. Proceed to Beraw Tlang Tourist Centre for dinner. Overnight at Chaltlang Tourist Lodge

25-1- 2013

After breakfast proceed to Lungleng to visit Lungleng Cheftian. Heritage Home. Return to Tourist Lodge for Lunch. Leave for Reiek (50 Km/2 hrs.). On route visit Khuangchera cave . Visit Reiek Mountain for a breathtaking view of the hills. Cultural Show, entertainment and dinner at Reiek Tourist Resort. Leave for Aizawl (50 Km/2 hrs.) for overnight stay at Chaltlang Tourist Lodge

26-1-2013

Depart for Lengpui Airport after breakfast to board the flight for Kolkata/ Delhi..

FT-7
ITINERARY FOR ‘NAGALAND’
22-1-2013

Drive from Guwahati to Dimapur (250 Km/4 hrs.). Check in at respective hotels followed by lunch. Post lunch, visit to the Kachari Ruins and the Local Market in the afternoon. Visit to NEZCC in the evening

23-1-2013

After breakfast, drive to Kohima (74kms/ 2 hrs). On reaching Kohima, head to the State Museum managed by the Art & Culture department. Check in at hotels followed by lunch. Post lunch, explore the Naga Heritage Village, Kisama, where one can see the traditional morungs and houses of all the different tribes of Nagaland. Further on, Visit the World War II Museum which displays artifacts of both the Allied forces and the Japanese force: a documentary on the Second World War can be shown.

24-1-2013

After breakfast, visit to the World War II cemetery and the Cathedral. Post lunch, head back to Dimapur (75 Km/1.30 hrs.) to board the flight for Kolkata/ Delhi.

FT-8
ITINERARY FOR ‘SIKKIM’
22-1-2013

By train from Guwahati to New Jalpaiguri (408 Km/6 hrs.). Drive from New Jalpaiguri to Gangtok (117 Km/2.5 hrs.)

23-1-2013

Gangtok local sightseeing. Night Halt at Gangtok, East Sikkim.

24-1-2013

Excursion to Tsomgo Lake (25 Km/3 hrs.) Night Halt at Gangtok.

25-1-2013

Excursion to Labrang/ Phodong and Phensong Monasteries (North Sikkim). Night Halt at Gangtok.

26-1-2013

Visit to Siddeshwar Dham/ Samdruptse/ Temi Tea Garden/ Rabong Buddha Park. Drive to Rabong (75 Km/3 hrs.) Night Halt at Rabong, South Sikkim.

27-1-2013

Drive to Pelling (60 Km/2 hrs.) and visit Tashiding Monastery/ Yuksam/ Khecheopalri Lake. Halt at Pelling, West Sikkim.

28-1-2013

Pelling to Bagdogra Airport (160 Km/6 hrs.) to board the flight for Kolkata/ Delhi..

FT-9
ITINERARY FOR ‘TRIPURA’
22-01-2013

Start from Guwahati by air and arrive at Agartala and halt at Geetanjali Tourism Guest House.

23-01-2013

Leave Agartala for Jampui Hills (117 Km/2 hrs.) at 8:00AM and reach Vangmun Eden Tourist Lodge in Jampui Hills at 2:00PM by road. Lunch, sightseeing and Night halt at Jampui Hills.

24-01-2013

Leave Eden Tourist Lodge at 8:00AM and reach Unakoti Tourist Lodge, Kailashahar (Lunch at Unakoti Tourist Lodge and thereafter visit Unakoti Heritage site. Night halt at Unakoti Tourist Lodge.

25-01-2013

Leave Unakoti Tourist Lodge at 8:00AM and reach Sagarmahal Tourist Lodge, Melaghar (190 Km/4 hrs.) at 2:00PM and Lunch. Visit Neermahal and halt at Sagarmahal Tourist Lodge.

26-01-2013

Leave Sagarmahal Tourist Lodge at 8:00AM and arrive Matabari, Udaipur at 9:30AM (25 kms.). Visit Matabari, Bhubeneswari Temple and Tepania Eco Park. Lunch at Gomati Yatri Niwas. After lunch, leave Udaipur at 2:00PM and reach Agartala (56 Kms.) at 3:30PM. After rest, sightseeing in and around Agartala. Halt at Geetanjali Tourism Guest House

27-01-2013

Leave Geetanjali Tourism Guest House for Agartala airport to board the flight for Kolkata/ Delhi.

FT-10
ITINERARY FOR ‘WEST BENGAL’
22-1-2013

Leave Guwahati by 2AC Train in the morning for Alipur Duar (300 Km/5 hrs.). Reaching Alipur Duar at noon. Night Stay at Jaldapara Tourist Lodge.

23-01-2013

Elephant Safari at Jaldapara. Lunch at Jaldapara Tourist Lodge. Leave Jaldapara by Road for Lamahatta after lunch. Stay at Lamahatta. (150 Km/4 hrs.).

24-01-2013

Trekking at Lamahatta Peak in the morning and leave for Darjeeling after breakfast. Lunch at Darjeeling (35 km/1.5 hrs.). Visit to PNH Zoo, Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and other view points in the afternoon and night stay at Darjeeling.

25-01-2013

Leave Darjeeling for Bagdogra Airport (72 Km/1.5 hrs.) after Breakfast to board the flight for Kolkata/ Delhi.

FT-11
ITINERARY FOR ‘ASSAM’
22-1-2013

M.V. MAHABAAHU, Expedition Style River cruise ship of India, cruising on the greatest river of Asia - the Brahmaputra.

Board M.V Mahabaahu at 10 am. Enjoy full day cruising on the Brahmaputra River. The river Brahmaputra (named as the Son of the Creator of the Cosmos, in Hindu mythology) is one of the holiest rivers of the World! Possibly, the only river of the world which is considered holy by Hindus, Buddhists, Jains and Bonpas. This is the World's only navigable river flowing under the shadows of the Himalayan mountains towering 7400 meters and above. It is a river that spans 3 kms at its narrowest and 40 kms at its widest. In floods, it rises by over 8 meters and spreads another 20 kms.

After early Lunch on board, we enjoy the sightseeing of Sualkuchi and Hajo. Sualkuchi is an ancient craft village-having silk-rearing and weaving communities. We proceed for a visit to Hajo which is famous for its household bell metal industry in all over the world. Tea with snacks and Dinner on-board. Overnight stay on-board

23-1-2013

After breakfast, de-board the vessel at Guwahati and board the flight for Kolkata/ Delhi.

FT-12
ITINERARY FOR ‘ASSAM’
22-1-2013

Morning Drive to Dibrugarh (440 kms/10 hrs). Enroute lunch at a local restaurant in Kaziranga. Dinner and Overnight stay at Mancotta/Chowkidinghee Heritage Chang Bungalow.

23-1-2013

After breakfast, take a tea tour around a tea estate known for producing high quality CTC teas. Later, take a boat cruise on the mighty Brahmaputra river in a country boat (Subject to weather conditions). Cruise upto a beach island in the midst of the river. Enroute, there is a possibility of sighting flocks of migratory water birds and the elusive Gangetic River Dolphin. Enjoy the view of the Eastern Himalayas and take a nature walk in the vast expanse of grasslands surrounding the island. Enjoy picnic lunch and the view of the Eastern Himalayas. Option to take a nature walk in the vast expanse of grasslands surrounding the island or go for Kayaking. Return to the mainland. In the evening, enjoy a dance performance by an ethnic dance group on the bungalow lawns. Dinner and overnight at the Mancotta/Chowkidinghee Heritage Chang Bungalow. (Note: Visit to tea factory is subject to its being operational on the day of the visit. )

24-1-2013

Post breakfast, drive back to Guwahati (440 kms / 10 hrs). Enroute, visit the Ahom monuments and temples at Sivasagar which encompass the 600 year old history of the Ahom Dynasty. Lunch at local restaurant enroute.

FT-12
ITINERARY FOR ‘MANIPUR
22-1-2013

After a quick stop at ‘Hotel Classic’, the guests would enjoy a full day local sightseeing in Imphal. A visit to the ‘War Cemetery’ followed by a visit to ‘Shree Shree Govindaje Temple’, ‘ Nupi Lal Memorial’,’Kangla Fort’, 'RKCS Art Gallery' and ‘Ima Market’. Night halt at 'Hotel Classic'.

23-1-2013

Leave Imphal at 9.00 a.m. after breakfast for a visit to Loktak Lake in Bishnupur district. Boating at ‘Loktak Lake’. Visit to ‘INA Memorial’. Loktak Lake is the largest freshwater lake in the North East. Lunch at ‘Hotel Classic’. Visit to‘Moreh Market’ in Imphal. Night halt at 'Hotel Classic'.

24-1-2013

Leave Imphal for Delhi/Kolkota.

Why to attend this Mart:

The International Tourism Mart, Guwahati is the first major International tourism event in the North Eastern region of India. It will bring together the business fraternity and entrepreneurs behind the tourism products and services of the eight North Eastern States of India and West Bengal. The gathering is designed, planned and scheduled to facilitate meetings involving buyers, sellers, media, Government agencies and others. Through various channels, buyers with strong competitiveness from ASEAN, SAARC countries, Japan, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, U.S.A and other regions of India, will participate in the Mart, including international and domestic Travel Media. This will facilitate a one on one interaction of the buyers and sellers and will enable tourism product suppliers to reach out to international and domestic buyers. The presence of media, and also the familiarization tours planned, post conference, will help create awareness about the rich and varied tourism products of the North Eastern region of India. Besides Seminars, Press Meets, post-Mart FAM Tours and cultural evenings, it will give the participants a first-hand experience of the destination.

Reaching Guwahati

By air

The Lokapriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport at Guwahati is 18 km from the city centre and is well connected to New Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, by all major domestic airlines. Air India also operates an international weekly flight between Bangkok and Guwahati.

By rail

Guwahati has a convenient railway network connecting it to the rest of the country. There are train services from Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Cochin and Trivandrum.

By road

A network of National Highways and other roads connect Guwahati with all the important places of North East and India.

Visa

All foreign nationals, except citizen of Nepal & Bhutan require a valid passport and visa to enter India. The Visa can be obtained from the Indian Missions in the home countries of the delegates. The contact information of the Indian Missions is available online at www.mea.gov.in

Information on hospitality extended for particpating delegates:

1. Economy class air fare for travel on international and domestic sector.

2. Hotel accommodation, meals, airport transfers, local transport in Guwahati from arrival in Guwahati on 18th January 2013, and upto departure on 22nd January 2013 for FAM tour or return.

3. Hotel accommodation, meals, transport during FAM tours (by State Governments hosting the respective FAM tours).

4. Depending on air connectivity and travel time, hotel accommodation, meals, airport transfer at Delhi/ Kolkata for one night during inward journey for the delegate’s country, and also for one night during return journey at the end of FAM tour/ Mart.

Note: A delegate entering/ exiting India through a long haul flight may be allowed an extra night in Guwahati in lieu of a night in Delhi/ Kolkata.

Conference Contact :
  • Mr. Ajay Kumar Gupta
  • Additional Director General
  • Ministry of Tourism
  • Government of India
  • C-1 Hutments , Dalhouise Road
  • New Delhi, Pin 110011
  • India
  • Tel. 91-11-23014863
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Dr. Mamta Kochar
  • Director
  • Ministry of Tourism
  • Government of India
  • C-1 Hutments , Dalhouise Road
  • New Delhi, Pin 110011
  • India
  • Tel. +91-11-23793018
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Mr. D.Venkatesan
  • Assistant Director General
  • Ministry of Tourism
  • Government of India
  • C-1 Hutments , Dalhouise Road
  • New Delhi, Pin 110011
  • India
  • Tel. +91-11-23019343
  • Email: [email protected]
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