Cox & Kings wins ‘India’s favourite Tour Operator’ at Condé Nast Traveller RTA

Cox & Kings Ltd., the popular Indian tour operator, was crowned winner at the seventh edition of Condé Nast Traveller Reader’s Travel Awards (RTA). It bagged the prestigious title of India’s favourite Tour Operator for the second consecutive year.

The awards ceremony held at Andaz Delhi, Aerocity, New Delhi on 27th November amidst much glitz and glamour, celebrated the best of the best in travel, voted for by discerning travellers and readers of the widely read publication.

Commenting on winning the award, Peter Kerkar, Group CEO of Cox & Kings Ltd. said, “ We are extremely grateful in receiving this award for the second time and honoured to have been recognised by India’s leading travel magazine, with whom we share the joy of bringing fulfilling travel experiences to discerning travellers. It is really gratifying to know that your esteemed customers appreciate your efforts and encourage you to push boundaries and do better. We value this relationship immensely and look forward to continuing our efforts in delivering memorable holiday experiences”.

The Condé Nast Traveller RTA are chosen through a readers’ voting process spanning two months, and they recognize the best in the travel industry across hotels, destinations, airlines, spas, websites, apps, cruise lines, and more. Mr Karan Anand, head of Relationships at Cox & Kings accepted the award from Ms Divia Thani, and Sunaina Talwar-Khiani, editor and publisher of Condé Nast Traveller (main picture).

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