ADTOI launches Maharashtra Chapter to strengthen network in the western region
The chapter will work closely both with the public and the private sector players to further promote and position the tourism potential of the State
The Association of Domestic Tour Operators of India (ADTOI), recently launched its Maharashtra chapter with an aim to strengthen its network in the western region. The chapter will work closely both with the public and the private sector players to further promote and position the tourism potential of the state. Dharmendra Singh Chauhan, is the chairman, ADTOI, Maharashtra Chapter, along with his team namely Yogesh Lele as secretary and Nilesh Sharma as the treasurer of the Chapter.
Speaking at the launch event in Mumbai, P P Khanna, president, ADTOI said, “Maharashtra has a wealth of tourism offerings and we are glad to open our Chapter in this vibrant region. We will now be able to work closely with our partners in this region. Our aim is to connect with more trade partners and increase our membership base so that we can work in others parts of Maharashtra and promote newer regions. The Chapter, has promised to take on work in various niche areas, like wildlife tourism, rural tourism and more.”