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Road show in Bengaluru

Telangana State Tourism Development Corporation (TSTDC) conducted a road-show in Bengaluru, Karnataka on 18th July, 2014. TSTDC has introduced new Package Tours to fit the specific needs of tourists. The tour is designed taking into consideration the requirements of the tourists and TSTDC helps plan the entire itinerary providing a seamless tour experience. Services offered in package –Transport, Accommodation, Sightseeing and also hassle free Darshan of Lord Balaji is included apart from other major attractive tourist destinations of Telangana.

TSTDC owns a considerable size of transport fleet 63 which includes high end Volvo and Mercedes Benz coaches, a/c and non a/c coaches. The fleet will be deployed for conducting regular and on demand packages. TSTDC added two more feathers to its pride by introducing CARAVAN vehicle and latest model of innova vehicles, and it is worth while to inform that it is the first tourism corporation to introduce CARAVAN vehicle in southern tourism industry.

TSTDC have a chain of Haritha Hotels which are spread across the state of Telangana at all major tourist destinations with a size of 33 hotels which includes wayside amenities on major national highways. While focusing on the fore front of adventure and eco-tourism projects, TSTDC is organizing adventure clubs at Bhongir Fort for rock climbing activities and trekking, adventure jeep ride into the forest at Kawal Wildlife Sanctuary, Jannaram in Adilabad District.

TSTDC owns the largest water fleet – about 95 which comprises small and big boats — when compared with any other Tourism Corporation. The corporation operates leisure based cruises and water sports at different lakes and rivers of the State, Parasailing activity at Hussain Sagar, etc., are very popular for leisure cruises apart from American phontoon boats.

TSTDC presents Sound & Light shows at two historical forts – Golconda Fort and Warangal Fort. These shows have recorded narrations (English, Hindi & Telugu) along with imaginative use of music, sound and light effects – creating a dramatic history of the forts.