New Delhi: Travel and holiday information portal HolidayIQ on Tuesday signed an MoU with INTACH to jointly identify "next big heritage destination" in India for 2017.
"We will provide a platform for the Indian travellers to identify heritage destinations across India and express their views about their favourite heritage destination," said HolidayIQ's CEO and Founder Hari Nair.
HolidayIQ and INTACH (the Indian National Trust for Arts and Culture Heritage) aim to identify at least one lesser-known Indian heritage destination with significant potential for tourism.
"The association seeks to reiterate our commitment to identify a heritage destination through the views of the Indian traveller and then offer support to the site through next year in 2017," said C.T. Misra, Member Secretary, INTACH.