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SSR Group of Companies forays into representation business

SSR Travel Group, after its successful league in the travel trade for over a decade, has set foot into the representation business by starting SSRTS – SSR Travel Solutions and adding two leading Destination Management companies – Wild Trek Safaris – Kenya & Tanzania and Eihab Travel- Oman.

Furthermore, SSRTS has also added Cordelia Cruises effective April 1, 2022 to its collection, wherein Sapneal Rao, Founder, SSR Group of Companies achieved to become No.1 PSA as of March 31, 2022.

Wild Trek Safaris (WTS), a registered member of KATO (Kenya Association of Tour Operators), has a wide range of products tailored to experience Kenya differently and targets to expand its reach across key Indian markets and emerging segments through the appointment of SSR Travel Solutions. WTS is certain that the association will assist in strengthening its market presence and boost sales in the upcoming years.

Similarly, Eihab Travel, an established DMC for the Sultanate of Oman, positions India as one of its top source markets and is excited to delegate SSR Travel Solutions as its representative to enhance its market presence and entice more Indian travellers to Oman.

On the expansion of SSR’s gamut of travel services, Rao, Director, SSR Travel Solutions, expressed, “As travel revives slowly but steadily, we are thrilled to announce our expansion and welcome Wild Trek Safaris and Eihab Travel. Owing to our extensive network of B2C players pan India we will drive our efforts to enhance business and boost sales for both Wild Trek Safaris & Eihab Travels. We are positive about the resumption of travel owing to the pent-up demand that will further lead to an acceleration in outbound travel and expansion in business forums.”

SSR Travel Solutions, through its growing service wing, aims to capture the post-COVID revenge travel traffic by providing holistic solutions to luxury and adventure seekers in India.