DDP Trail­blazer


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The Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor of Hi­malayan Hol­i­days, Tser­ing Wange, has added sev­eral feath­ers to his cap in­clud­ingding the ti­tle of the first In­dian ever to take the world’s high­est sky jump, among sev­eral other achieve­ments. Wange nge ex­presses that even though the re­gion is laden with achiev­ers in travel and tourism, there is lit­tle done to mo­ti­vat­e­vate and ap­plaud their suc­cess. “We’ve been in the in­dus­try for sev­eral years but be­ing based in a re­mote area, it is a dif­fer­ent ent strug­gle as com­pared to some­one from a metropoli­tan city,” com­ments Wange. “It is ex­tremely en­cour­ag­ing to be brought ght out into the lime­light and it’s safe to say that the North East states have been far­ing much bet­ter as more tourists haveave shown in­ter­est in vis­it­ing the re­gion. And with events like In­dia Travel Awards, our re­gion will be known far and wide. de. Ad­ven­ture tourism in the coun­try is pick­ing up but the road to suc­cess is long, al­though I am cer­tain that the nichehe seg­ment will reach greater heights soon.”

Tser­ing Wange, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor, Hi­malayan Hol­i­days, re­ceived the award for DDP Trail­blazer. He was fe­lic­i­tated by SanJeet, Di­rec­tor, r, DDP Group; R. Sud­han, Spe­cial Sec­re­tary Tourism, Govern­ment of Ma­nipur and Arni Sap­kal, Gladrags Mrs. In­dia Mum­bai...

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