Karnataka Tourism road show at ITB Berlin 2023 in Munich, Germany

 Monday, March 13, 2023 


Karnataka Tourism promotes the state’s inbound tourism, particularly its wildlife, heritage, culture, beaches and adventure activities through a road show, that was held on 10th March 2023 at Munich, Germany.

The main objective behind the event is to promote the state as an all-round tourism destination offering a range of services. Service providers from Karnataka will also be present at the road show viz. Skyway International Travels, Dhole’s Den-Bhandipur, Mysore Taxiwala, Green Path Eco-Hotel Resort (Organic Restaurant), Shathayu Ayurveda, Hotel Maurya-Bengaluru, Swathi Group of Hotels, Gamyam Ayurveda and Yoga Retreat and Travel India Company.

The Government will represent its Department of Tourism, Government of Karnataka, KSTDC (Karnataka State Tourism Development Corporation Ltd.) and Jungle Lodges and Resorts.

The road show will have B2B interactions, audio-visual displays and presentations that will showcase the destination and also open up avenues to highlight Karnataka in a new light to the travel agents and tour operators from Germany.

Karnataka offers an exciting portfolio of tourism attractions that have earned worldwide recognition like UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Hampi, Pattadakal and the Western Ghats.

In addition, it is home to 35 wildlife sanctuaries and 5 national parks, 17 hill stations, 320 km of beaches, 600 species of birds, 40 waterfalls, 6000+ elephants and 524+ tigers.

It is a land lived, ruled and enriched by renowned dynasties like the Kadamba, Chalukya, Rashtrakuta, Hoysala, Vijayanagara and Wodeyar dynasties. It is also home to 747 unique protected monuments, temples and palaces viz. Bidar, Badami, Gol Gumbaz, Aihole, Belur, Halebidu, Mysore Palace and Shravanbelagola.

Its 320 km coastline is dotted with popular beaches and activities like surfing, parasailing, snorkelling and other water sports. Kabini, Bandipur, Dandeli and Nagarhole are the best places for Jungle Stays and to spot elephants and tigers.

Karnataka also has beautiful hillstations like Coorg, Chikmagalure, Sakaleshpura and Kodachadri where one can explore homestays, coffee, cuisine and unique traditions.

Bengaluru and Mysuru are hubs for Naturopathy and Yoga. The cuisine of Karnataka is flavourful and delicious with a range of vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies like masala dosas, idlis, ragi mudde etc.

Bengaluru is home to 13000 startups and around 40 unicorns. Out of 13000, 364 are in education, 128 transport and 126 in retail and e-commerce. Bangalore is named as startup heaven and Silicon Valley of Asia.

This is because of the confluence of talent groups, entrepreneurship, investors, academia, industry and tech dominance. Karnataka is known as a land of silks, spices, and sandalwood.

The state is famous for its magical hill stations, spectacular waterfalls, pilgrimage centres and a coastline dotted with unspoiled beaches. With a vast range of tourism landscapes such as archaeology, religion, ecotourism, wildlife, etc. the state offers innumerable experiences to discerning travellers.

There is no denying that this South Indian state, Karnataka is a top tourist destination all year round, a land of incredible diversity.

No matter whether you want to walk by the beach, explore age-old monuments and palaces, experience wildlife or scuba dive, the state tourism industry has a lot of potential that needs to be tapped.

With this aim, Karnataka Tourism showcases its gamut of offerings at the road show in Munich, Germany on 10th March, 2023.

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