The state of Karnataka over the years has contributed towards being a large part of the India’s ever-growing tourism arrival figures, both from outside India as well as being a destination to be among India's biggest domestic travel segment.
The forthcoming edition of ‘Karnataka International Travel Expo’, is set on a B2B platform with over 400 Hosted Buyers from over 25 countries exploring business opportunities for discerning travel and tourism products, will make the event one of the most sought-after travel events in the country.
‘Karnataka International Travel Expo 2018’ recognises that networking is essential for the travel industry and offers unrivalled opportunities for buyers and exhibitors to network outside of the pre-scheduled appointment programme.
A land known for its silks, spices and sandalwood, Karnataka adds up as an experience to remember for a lifetime. Tourism in Karnataka stands out with its diverse offerings that include wildlife & national parks, monuments & heritage sites, beaches and pilgrimage sites. Yet another notable point is that tourist attractions in Karnataka are located at geographically extreme ends which interestingly make silicon capital Bengaluru, the focal point of tour itineraries.
Karnataka, the land of ultimate natural beauty and rich cultural heritage is situated in the Southern India, bounded by Maharashtra and Goa in the north, Andhra Pradesh on the east and Tamil Nadu and Kerala on the south. The western coast of the state is splashed by Arabian Sea, which is dotted with picturesque beaches. Karnataka is blessed with the lush green Western Ghats, roaring Jog waterfalls, densely forested Sahayadri, and the rich wildlife sanctuaries like Nagarhole and Bandipur. Apart from its awe-inspiring natural beauty, majestic architecture, and pilgrimage sties, Karnataka is also renowned for its software industry, Carnatic music, and the exciting festivals that make it one of the most celebrated states in India.