They’ll help you plan not just your travel, but an entire experience!

2017 is already turning out to be smashing. Now, thanks to High Street Phoenix, India’s first-ever business-to-consumer curated travel event – the Gypsy Travel Festival, is coming to the Courtyard on 28th and 29th of January. This festival aims to come to your rescue and solve all your travelling woes by giving you the chance to personally interact with the biggies in the travel business. The festival will bring together the biggest experiential travel brands, organizations and opinion leaders and will help you plan your next trip in the smartest way possible!

Joining hands with the festival will be a range of big-time organizations including FIJI Tourism, Israel Tourism and Malaysia Tourism. There will also be enthusiastic participation from Trafalgar (International luxury travel and tour operators), White Collar Hippie, Blueberry Trails, The Wanderers, Lacadives, Enchante Holidays (LGBT travel and Tour operators), as well as Kipepeo (organizers of Eco Tourism in the North-East of India), among many more.

Now, you can have personalized interaction with the destination experts, giving you the freedom to plan, customize and book your holidays with ease!

Attend insightful interactive sessions from these experts below:

1. Sumer Verma (India’s most sought-after underwater photographer)

2. Rohit Subramanian (Biker who has travelled all across India)

3. International blogging guru Rachel Jones (Hippie In Heels)

4. Indian travel blogger Sankara Subramanian (Be On The Road)

5. Ajay Jain (Kunzum Travel Cafe)

What’s even more thrilling, thanks to the travel partners that include Lonely Planet and Top Gear, experience partners – Audio Compass, and entertainment partners like The Vibe; festival-goers will be treated to virtual reality tours, short films, cultural and thematic performances! Not forgetting the live music and delicious street food from all over the world, courtesy Gourmet Renaissance’s World Streat Food and Zomato.

Nelson Noronha, Co-founder, Gypsy Travel Network said, “The unique participants and businesses represented at the Gypsy Travel Festival 2017 all share the same vision and are top industry experts who are constantly innovating and trying to bring about new change in Indian travel habits. Despite the limitations of the Indian passport, we have travelled the length and breadth of the planet and wanted other fellow Indian travel enthusiasts to be able to experience the same. We want #GTF2017 to springboard a new generation of travelers into having unique personal travel experiences themselves.”

Speaking about the inspiration behind the fest, Sumit Lulla, Co-founder, Gypsy Travel Network said, “In India, there is a clear disconnect between the traveller and the destination due to the convoluted flow of information that gets lost amongst different intermediaries. This disconnect affects the perception of any potential traveller in terms of accessibility, desirability and the notability value of a destination. The #GTF2017 hopes to take the first steps necessary towards commercially bringing about change in how Indians perceive travel.”

Credits: gypsy media

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to tackle all your travel needs in an easy breezy way! Stay updated on the event right here.