September 21: Smita Holidays, a leading organization in the world of tourism, recently organized the grand play Mahabharata at Ganesh Sports Complex in Pune After this highly successful initiative, Smith Holidays is now taking its next step to highlight the importance of tourism, on the occasion of the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence, celebrating World Tourism Week, from 17th September to 27th September 2022, various activities related to tourism will be organized during this time.
The sincere aim of Smita Holidays is to shake off a kind of mental laziness that has come after the Corona period and to create awareness about tourism among the citizens of all walks of life so that everyone should start traveling again with a renewed spirit and without fear.
During this special tourism week from 17th September to 27th September 2022, everyday innovative activities are organized for the people of Pune in the organization of Smita Holidays.
Smita Holidays is organizing painting competition for all age groups, music evenings, tourism guidance & seminars, photography competitions, a tree for you project and special activities, and various entertainment programs, especially for Punekars.
The culmination of this festive week will be held on 27th September at the Gharkul Lawn near office premises at Karve Nagar, DP Road. Dignitaries from various fields will be present on this occasion. Also, selected tourists and contestants who have fulfilled their tourism dreams will be honored with special prizes and mementos by Smita Holidays.
Tourism Day is celebrated with great enthusiasm across the world on the 27th of September, and this tourism week is sure to be celebrated with great joy by Punekar’s with Smita Holidays and usher in a new era.
It is a humble request that you attend this tourism week with your family and friends and be a part of this celebration.
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