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Global Destinations announces the launch of their luxury representation vertical ‘Wanderlust Marketing’

Mumbai-based representation company – Global Destinations announced the launch of its luxury representation vertical ‘Wanderlust Marketing’ with a keen focus on luxurious and captivating travel brands and experiences.

Pranav Kapadia Wanderlust Marketing

To start with, the brand is representing “The Nanee” an 18-room, boutique oasis in the heart of Bhaktapur, Nepal, providing stylish, quality and comfortable accommodation with superior purposed handcrafted experiences and services. The property is scheduled to open doors to travellers in early December 2022. Situated in the world heritage historical city of Bhaktapur – an ancient Newar city in the eastern corner of Kathmandu Valley in Nepal, The Nanee is located about 13 kilometres from the capital city Kathmandu. With uniquely designed rooms, it is dedicated to connecting travellers from around the world and creating a uniquely memorable experience, in the ‘Museum of Life’.

Under the ‘Wanderlust Marketing’ vertical Global Destinations aims to curate a compendium of unique and exclusive travel providers offering them comprehensive marketing solutions while delivering the most exclusive, bespoke and memorable experiences from around the globe to discerning luxury travellers.

Pranav Kapadia, Director, Global Destinations said, “Experiential Luxury travel from India has grown leaps and bounds and continues to be on a rise. The stagnancy of the pandemic has set the pace for many travellers to look for unique and distinguished experiences. The emergence of experiential luxury travel is one of the outcomes of the pandemic, where Indian travellers now look to engage in luxurious at the same time immersive, meaningful, and sustainable travel. With the
launch of Wanderlust Marketing, we are glad to be able to cater to this growing niche traveller segment.”