Argentina Tourism conducts four city training seminars in India
Argentina Tourism has successfully completed its four city interactive training which was held in Pune, Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Chennai. The module labelled ‘Discover the Wonders of Argentina’ consisted of an in-depth understanding of the various cities, landscapes, attractions, natural wonders, cruises. The training seminars were conducted in continuation to the promotional activities which commenced in January 2015 which included road shows in Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kolkata, followed by trade show participation at the OTM in Mumbai.
The training sessions commenced on Feb 26, 2015 in Pune and were concluded on March 28, 2015 in Hyderabad. The country offers attractions like the Perito Moreno glacier– the progressive glacier where travellers can watch the sight of the ice collapsing, the Iguazú falls-named as one of the seven natural wonders of the world, wine regions with a backdrop of snow capped peaks, Valdes Peninsula on the Patagonia coastline famous for its wildlife, Ushuaia– the end of the world, Buenos Aires, tango performances. Adventure options includes interaction with penguins, whale watching, the gaucho experience.
Medha Sampat, director, Knack Marketing (India representative for Argentina Tourism) said, “We have received a terrific response from the trade in these cities. The main aim of these training programmes was to educate the travel trade on the destination. Argentina is a new product in the Indian Market. We have noticed that there is a strong demand for new destinations from these cities. When a country offers so much, it is imperative that the trade needs to understand the destination in order to be able to package it creatively, propose it correctly and offer extraordinary experiences to their clients. We will continue to work even more closely with our partners and support them in every possible way. With such a good assortment of products bundled in one big goodie bag, the idea to create superb out of the box itineraries that can be left to your imagination.”