Tamil Nadu remains as one of the top 10 States receiving domestic tourists in the country.
Most visited places in Tamil Nadu are Mahabalipuram, Ooty, Kodaikanal, Madurai, Rameshwaram and Kanyakumari.
The State has heritage site, best pilgrim sites, wild parks, beaches, waterfalls, hill stations etc.
ADTOI members on PAN India basis have been promoting the state since long.
To bring more tourist traffic to the State ADTOI with the support of its members in the State launched its eleventh State Chapter in Tamil Nadu at Hotel Ambassador Pallava, Chennai on February 13th, 2020 in the presence of Chief Guest Thiru. K. PandiaRajan, Hon’ble Minister of Tamil Development, Culture, Archaeology, Govt. of Tamil Nadu and Guest of Honour, Thiru. V. Krishnamoorthy, Deputy High Commissioner of Sri Lanka, Thiru. SaravananKarathihayan, Consulate General of Malaysia, Dr. V IraiAnbu IAS, Addl Chief Secretary, Director – Anna Institute of Management, Government of Tamil Nadu, Officials from Ministry of Tourism, Government of India, officials from national Associations of TAAI and TAFI, invitees from local travel, tourism and hospitality fraternity including ADTOI members. ADTOI delegation of 11 Managing committee members led by P P Khanna, President from Delhi participated in the launching ceremony.
During the launch of the Chapter, Kalaimamani V.K.T. Balan of Madura Travel Service, Chennai, ADTOI member has been nominated as the Chairman of ADTOI Tamil Nadu Chapter supported by P.
Ashok Kumar, Secretary,Vishnu Vasanth Kumar, Treasurer and R. Saraswathi as Lady Entrepreneur Officer (LEO) of the Chapter.