Noida, India (PressExposure) June 25, 2011 -- India Hotel Review continuing the trend of innovation and uniqueness has launched exclusive travel video channel on YouTube showcasing real India. By highlighting 'The Real India', strong focus has been given to the lesser known destinations. There are many Tier II and Tier III destinations in India which are still lying untapped from the eyes of aspiring travel enthusiasts. Feeling the need of providing an enhance exposure to the hinterlands; IHR took an initiative which falls in close inline with the pulse of growing enthusiasts of Incredible India brand. Beaches, towns, villages, heritage walks, backwaters, churches, sanctums, venerated edifices, beautiful hills and the collection of videos comprising the other obscure as well as famous destinations in the country forms the most distinguished part of this tour and travel video channel.
Taking the series of strong nuptial connections; one step ahead, Ankit Ratogi, Co-founder and Business head commenting on the authenticity of videos said that "online information seekers always have a great urge to watch the original and quality videos. Owing to this very critical aspect of sharing the video content, we at India Hotel Review repeatedly perform sanity checks of the information featuring travel destinations. After confirming the authentication of these videos from the proper sources, the visual contents are handpicked and uploaded on the India Hotel Review's YouTube Travel Channel." IHR thinks that lot of these videos will also prove to be of immense help for supporting the existing partnerships with KSTDC, APTDC, MTDC and JKTDC. India Hotel Review has already been associated with these agencies for some time and promoting them through social media marketing will further solidify its foothold for budget hotels and destinations in these state regions.
It is important to note that IHR's YouTube channel will act as the proactive online video encyclopedia which will throw open different dimensions of India on just single click of mouse. Ranging from wide array of short and long video travel destinations clips to other pictorial presentations, the backpackers are assured to get comprehensive information about the lesser known places. By watching these online tour videos, the interested audience can get the firm idea of the geographical features of the region. With this they can easily develop a strong acumen for the particular destination videos and can later decide whether to visit it or not.
Videos on this channel covering multi dimensional aspects ranging from famous Jammu festival to the spirit of Andhra Pradesh, to plush Spanish Cottages of Aamby Valley in Sahara Lake City, Lonavala to the backwaters of Terelkhol river in Aronda on MH - Goa border, to the herd of wild elephants at Rajaji National Park, Hardiwar , and have already become favorites for the travel video lovers. Mr Rastogi further added that "today technology platforms have gone through a drastic evolution and YouTube is the best social media network which connects to aspiring backpackers with a quick ease. Our efforts are on the budding stage and this social media network would wend off its gates with growing mobile telephony, 3G and Broadband penetration among Indians". With a pipeline of 500 Indian Travel Videos [http://blog.indiahotelreview.com/main/travel-india-tour-and-travel-videos-309-1682.htm] to be uploaded he is firmly of the belief that the videos showcased on travel channel will help to bridge the content gap which in broader perspective will make the online search easier and brand India much more affable.
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