Looking to offer packages to relatively unexplored destinations, Neha Travels has launched packages to Armenia. “We plan to add more destinations that are unique and are not very explored by other travel companies. We have begun executing these plans starting with Armenia this year and shortly we will include destinations like Almaty in Kazakhstan. As for Armenia, we have received a good response and we hope to get the same for the others once the packages are launched,” informed Govardhan Gudgila, Proprietor, Neha Travels, Travel Biz Monitor reports.
Armenia is a tourist’s delight because of its wide array of wines, number of festivals, and pre-historic Christian monuments that take one back in time. The country houses three UNESCO World Heritage Sites—Monasteries of Haghpat and Sanahin, Cathedral and Churches of Echmiadzin and the Archaeological Site of Zvartnots, and Monastery of Geghard and the Upper Azat Valley.
“We are constantly in search of new and offbeat destinations to offer our clients. I personally ensure that they have the most different and memorable experience in their holiday,” Gudgila stated.
Based in Nanded, Maharashtra, Neha Travels is into tour packages for leisure travel. They also have a franchisee with Cox & Kings for MICE travel. In India, the locations that Neha Travels offers packages to include Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Rajasthan, Goa and Kerala. In the outbound segment, they cover South East Asia, luxury destinations like Maldives, Mauritius and Fiji as well as Dubai in the Middle East.
Neha Travels is a member of ETAA and the company has greatly benefited from their association with them, said Gudgila. “ETAA should organize more international level events like the convention in Dubai last year. It will help us obtain more contacts among overseas suppliers, thereby improving our network,” he added.