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...