We are happy to share some of the current projects that we have partnered with. Each project is unique for us and we prefer to follow a customised approach best suited to the project and its sponsors / promoters.
A Weekend Villa Retreat in North Wayanad
Our client owned tea plantations in Periya in North Wayanad and had built a villa on one of the hills within the tea plantation. Since the property remained unutilised most of the time, he wanted to explore the idea of renting it out to visitors as a holiday retreat. Further he wanted the guests to have a relaxing yet memorable time at the place. He wanted to know how to go conceive the whole project and understand what kind of preparation he would need to do before he can welcome visitors to the property.
Destination management company in Kannur, Kerala
Our clients who were based in North of Kerala were exploring the possibility of a local venture that will tap the unexplored potential of the region and its surrounding districts. With the commencement of a new international airport in the region, they were confident of the opportunities. They wished to offer quality tour products and programmes that will showcase the authenticity of the region to visitors from domestic and international markets. However, this region was not as popular in comparison to other places in the south of Kerala. Due to their limited background in travel, they wanted expert help to execute their ideas and guide them on the way forward.
Fairlands Valley Park - Stevenage Borough Council, UK
Fairlands Valley Park is an open park in the city of Stevenage in Hertfordshire county- England. The project was initiated by the Mayor of Stevenage through the office Stevenage Borough council. They wanted to develop the Fairlands Valley Park for better visitors experience and using it as a showcase window for Stevenage District Scouts.
Master plan for developing Masure Village as a tourist destination
Located in Malvan Taluka of Sindhudurg, Masure is a quaint little village with a long stretch of backwaters. The Masure village Panchayat was keen to understand the potential of the village and its surroundings to be promoted as a tourist destination.
Revenue analysis and business strategy for a boutique travel agency
A successful boutique travel company which had grown well during the past five years. The management expressed the feeling that their business had become stagnant and the profits were diminishing. They thought that competition was getting tough and customers were more demanding leaving less room for increasing profit. Consequently, they were not sure where to focus for future business and diversification.