Destination Management Company (DMC) India

Incoming Agency Sita Travel

The marketing campaign of the national tourist organization could not have said it more precisely: Incredible India! This country is as diverse as it is vast. Thus, India can fulfil even the most unusual wishes of clients: elephant polo, yoga in the Himalaya, the sunny beaches of Goa, the dream factory Bollywood or experiencing the diversity of fascinating cultures.
Our partner DMC SITA was founded over 50 years ago and today ranks among the country’s top incoming agencies/DMCs. With 18 offices across India and South Asia the people at SITA see themselves as a provider of a travel culture bearing all the responsibilities that go with that role and offering their highly professional services to small as well as bigger clients. Sita’s long standing relationship with hotels and suppliers ensures that they enjoy preferred rates and allocations. If you’re looking for seat-in-coach tours, you might want to have a look at the list of destinations that SITA cover, including the neighbouring countries Nepal and Bhutan as well as Sri Lanka.

Sita has become the first Indian DMC to be awarded the CSR Committed Seal from TourCert. TourCert is a private German, non-governmental and not-for-profit organisation which awards the CSR Committed Seal for Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility in tourism. Sita qualified the certification process which spanned across several requirement criterias and met the legal, social and environmental requirements of the core business. Sita is now officially recognised as a TourCert agency.

www.sita.in

 

Your contact person for India
sitasma michel Custom
Sitasma Michel
Tel. +49 6104 7804855
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Currency

Rupee (INR); Currency converter

Time

CET +4,5

Arrival

from Central Europe 8h by plane

The weather in New Delhi

India

This information is being revised. Please visit us later.

The natural border in the north is the Himalayan Range, where the Ganges has its source, the geography is as varied as the country’s size; mostly subtropical continental climate in northern and central India, in the south and near the coast rather maritime tropical climate.