KTM comes to an end

 Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Four-day KTM this year proved to be an excellent model for public-private partnership. Kerala has taken an important stride toward ending the quiet period of two years in tourism brought in by the corona virus, Kerala Travel Mart ended on Sunday and its Chief Secretary VP Joy praised India’s biggest buyer-seller meet as a launch pad for getting back visitors after the pandemic.

KTM created a feel of eagerness among Kerala’s tourism stakeholders, VP Joy said at the valedictory ceremony of the May 5-8 meet in Kochi.

The Kerala government will provide the KTM Society and the entire tourism fraternity with its full support for resurrecting the travel industry in the state, said Joy during the final session.

KTM Society President, Baby Mathew Somatheeram said that the event will be followed by a travel package for 300 delegates in Kerala’s northern, central and southern regions. The President said that they have arranged a chartered flight to Kannur. They will also organize a week’s local tour to find out more about Malabar, which is their new focus in tourism.

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