Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently travelled to Russia’s largest resort city of Sochi, on May 21 for an informal summit-level meeting with the Vladimir Putin, President, Russia.
The visit makes Russia one of the three countries, along with Germany and China that has been visited four times by the Indian Prime Minister in the four years that he has been in office.
Located in the Krasnodar Krai region, Modi’s visit is also being viewed significantly in boosting awareness about Sochi as a tourist destination for Indian travellers.
Salvia Promoters has been appointed as the tourism representation office in India by the Russian federal region of Krasnodar Krai in which Sochi is located.
“Prime Minister Modi is one of the most influential and tallest global leaders of the time. His stature as a world leader attracts a lot of media attention to the destination he has visited. Besides, Modi has always spoken about developing bilateral tourism wherever he has visited. We are confident that on his recent visit to Sochi he will discover the beauty of the destination,” said Prashant Chaudhary, Managing Director, Salvia Promoters.
A Russian city on the Black Sea, Sochi is particularly popular for its wonderful climatic conditions and availability of therapeutic mud and mineral-rich springs in the city and surrounding that has paved way for some of the finest wellness resorts in the area.
Besides, it’s various historical and tourist places of interests, activities ranging from water sports and adventure sports to those for family and kids, children parks, river rafting, longest skywalk in the world, some of the world’s finest ski slopes, cycling excursions in the city and surrounding,
Gaming and Casino, modern infrastructures and world-class hotels, resorts and recreational centres, great shopping and culinary experiences, among others, have transformed the city into one of the most exciting tourism destinations in the world.