In a great boost to the tourism sector in Nagaland, Nagaland Tourism was on Sunday awarded the 'Most Promising New Destination' award at the 'Travel & Tourism Fair' held in Mumbai.
TTF in Mumbai is India's leading exhibition for the travel and tourism industry. It provides an annual opportunity for organisations from India and abroad to showcase their products and services.
Visitors can interact with tour-operators, travel agents, hoteliers and airlines to gather information and make national and international travel plans. TTF & OTM presents an unparalleled marketing opportunity for exhibitors to connect directly with the largest gathering of prospective travellers and members of the travel industry.
This year TTF, took place for three days, from 13-15 September 2019 in Mumbai. Nagaland came into being on 1st December, 1963 as the sixteenth state of the Indian Union with Kohima as her capital. With a geographical area of about 16,579 sq km, she shares her borders with Assam in the North and West, Myanmar and Arunachal Pradesh in the East and Manipur in the South.
The topography of the state is nearly all hilly, the highest peak being Saramati (3841m) in the district of Kiphire. Many rivers cut through this mountainous terrain, like sharp swords slicing through rocks, the main ones being Dhansiri, Doyang, Dikhu, Milak, Tizu and Zungki.
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