INDIA (eTN) – The 7th convention and exhibition of the Association of Domestic Tour Operators of India (ADTOI) will be held from April 8 to 11 at the Ramada hotel in Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India. The event is expected to receive over 300 delegates, officials, and leaders to the once sleepy town, with temples depicting the whole aspects of life and beyond.
Earlier, other travel bodies had also met in Khajuraho, and the state government is very active in supporting such events.
ADTOI President Jyoti Kapur and other office bearers said in Delhi on March 2 that the idea of holding the convention in Khajuraho was to promote the destination and nearby areas, which are rich in history, culture, and nature.
Orchha and Panna are among the places where the tour operators will go. At the business sessions, issues, problems, and other relevant topics will be discussed.
ADTOI was set up basically to highlight the importance of domestic tourism and this has only grown with time, as the inbound market to India from some generating markets has not shown too much positive response. The Indian traveler is now exploring his own country as well, and in this context the convention is important. The Chief Minister has shown great interest in the meeting, after which the footfalls to the now-well connected destination will increase.