Special tour packages are on offer to visitors from the Gulf countries visiting the Elecrama-2010 exhibition in Mumbai, India. Elecrama-2010, organized by the Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers Association (IEEMA), will take place from January 20 to 24, 2010 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai.
TUI India, a leading travel and tour operator, has tied up with travel agencies in Dubai, Saudi Arabia, Oman and Qatar to offer a comprehensive travel package which includes stays in five star deluxe, five star, four star and three star hotels in India.
Globally, group fares have been specially negotiated with Air India, exclusively for ELECRAMA. While planning for India - the future power destination, the travel experience comes in as a bonus. For example: the ‘6 night expo hotel package starting at US$420 per person and the ‘2 nights/3 days package starting at US$280 per person’. Air fare is applicable for a minimum of 15 persons travelling together per flight per sector and are valid for the below mentioned flights for the period of ELECRAMA 2010 only.
What’s more the ELECRAMA expo experience has in its offering: pre-fixed appointment with an exhibitor of one’s choice (based on mutual consent through www.elecrama.com), 5-star VIP lounges, multi cuisine restaurants, fast food outlets, and evening entertainment. Of course, with top class security levels, the registered visitors can feel safe and at home.
In Dubai visitors could get in touch with Paramount Tours and Travels LLC, DNATA Saudi Travel in Riyadh, United Tours and Travels in Doha and Khimji’s House of Travel in Muscat, Oman.
All packages include full-day city tour of Mumbai with English speaking guide in an air conditioned car, full day guided excursion of Elephanta Caves in an air conditioned car. All packages include individual airport transfers and government service taxes.
Participants to Elecrama-2010 could take advantage of a multi-billion dollar opportunity to network and benefit from the stated goal of “Power for All by 2012,” by the Ministry of Power, Government of India.
India’s demand for power in the next 10 years is likely to soar to about 3.35 GW by 2017. This has necessitated a scope for greater capacity additions and a plethora of distribution projects - across high voltage sub stations, HVDC projects, automation engineering projects and EPC.
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