MUMBAI, October 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
The Ultimate Travelling Camp (TUTC) was off to a winning start at the 23rd Annual World Travel Awards, awarded 'Asia's Leading Luxury Camping Company', at a dazzling gala ceremony hosted by InterContinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort, Vietnam. This is TUTC's first nomination and win at the most prestigious awards program in the travel industry, voted for by guests and industry professionals.
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Speaking on the occasion, Rajnish Sabharwal, COO, TUTC said, "It is an honour to have been recognised as 'Asia's Leading Luxury Camp' at the highly coveted World Travel Awards. This is an incredibly special award for TUTC as it recognises our efforts to offer travellers unique and outstanding crafted experiences, amidst highest levels of luxury."
"As glamping pioneers in India, we feel very grateful that our endeavour to create a segment for niche luxury travellers resonates with our guests and industry experts on a global level. This award further strengthens our commitment in offering out-of-this-world experiences to the discerning traveller and bringing out the best that India has to offer in the luxury landscape," he added.
The World Travel Awards is considered by many as the 'Oscars of the Travel Industry' that celebrates excellence in global tourism. The ceremonies are widely regarded as the best networking opportunities within the travel and tourism industry, attended by the who's who of the travel industry.
TUTC's nomadic super luxury camps in Thiksey and Diskit in Ladakh and Kohima in Nagaland not only introduces guests to different adventures in the backdrop of mesmerizing landscapes but also offer immersive experiences that celebrate the culture, festivals, food, sports and indigenous identity of the region. The Chamba camps in Ladakh ensure patronage to various aspects of the Ladakhi and Buddhist way of life. Similarly, the camp at Kohima aims to revive, protect and preserve the richness and uniqueness of the 16 tribes native to Nagaland. Visit us on http://www.tutc.com to know more.
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