Sakal Tourism Expo begins

ST CORRESPONDENT
Saturday, 2 February 2019

The master tour organisers are the title sponsors of the event, while it is powered by Girikind Travels Private Limited. Capt Nilesh Gaikwad, Sunny’s World and Quest Tours are the co-sponsors and Jammu and Kashmir tourism is the state partner for the event.

PUNE: The three-day Sakal Tourism Expo was inaugurated on Friday by Deepak Pujari of Vihar Travels, Sunny Nimhan of Sunny’s World, Capt Nilesh Gaikwad, Kedar Sathe, Yashika Shah, Shafakat Ahmed, Nilesh Bhansali and Vishwas Joshi. 

The expo is open till Sunday and is showcasing tourist places from Australia to Europe, Kashmir to Kanyakumari and many others. Besides these destinations, tour packages, state tourism stalls, various other options, support and help will also be available as it has over 300 stalls of over 30 tourists companies.  The master tour organisers are the title sponsors of the event, while it is powered by Girikind Travels Private Limited. Capt Nilesh Gaikwad, Sunny’s World and Quest Tours are the co-sponsors and Jammu and Kashmir tourism is the state partner for the event.

The expo can be visited at Ganesh Kala Krida Manch, Swargate from 11 am to 9 pm till Sunday.

EXPO BONANZA
- If a person buys a ticket, he will get a free ticket of Adlabs Imagica at the expo.
- If you book any international package with Get Set Go holidays, you are liable to get two night, three-day Dubai package which is free of all charges.

ABOUT THE EVENT
- “The event organised by Sakal gives the citizens an opportunity to visitors choose their tourist destinations. Once people visit Sunny’s World near Pune, there is no need to visit Lonavla and Mahabaleshwar,” said Sunny Nimhan of Sunny’s World.
- “Sakal Tourism Expo offers you various options at one time, under one roof. Here you are rest assured that you won’t be cheated since it has official stalls of various tourist companies and agencies. You will also get to know the trends at tourist places, seasons and affordable family packages here”, said Nilesh Bhansali, Travel Agent Association.

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