With an eye to enchant attendees, Karnataka Tourism aims to captivate visitors with its kaleidoscope of cultural landmarks, breathtaking landscapes, and unique experiences. The state’s participation resonates with its commitment to sustainable tourism practices, promising travellers an immersive sojourn into its vibrant offerings.
At the Karnataka Tourism Pavilion, visitors can expect an enthralling display showcasing the state’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the awe-inspiring architectural marvels of Hampi, Pattadakal, and the newly added Hoysala temples in Belur, Halebidu, and Somanathapur. Majestic forts, tranquil hill stations like Coorg, Chikmagalur, Sakaleshpura, and Kodachadri, vibrant festivals, and a culinary odyssey through Karnataka’s delectable cuisine await the audience.
The exhibit promises an enticing exploration of Karnataka’s cultural heritage, coupled with an array of vegetarian and non-vegetarian delicacies – from iconic masala dosas and idlis to the savory bisi bele bath and nutritious ragi mudde, a culinary treat awaits every palate.
Karnataka Tourism endeavours to leverage this platform to forge strategic alliances with travel operators, agencies, and industry stakeholders, fostering collaborations aimed at the global promotion of Karnataka’s diverse tourism offerings.
The Karnataka Tourism team and its stakeholders eagerly anticipate engaging with visitors, travel enthusiasts, and industry professionals at IITM Hyderabad. Through this participation, Karnataka aspires to elevate its profile as an irresistible travel destination, beckoning tourists worldwide to explore its myriad treasures.