Sri Lanka Tourism collaborates with Worldwide Travel Influencers to maintain alive ‘Sri Lankan Vacation’ dream – Adaderana Biz English
Travel to Sri Lanka is promoted in the minds of travelers around the world as a ‘popular destination’ with a variety of attractions that are not impossible. Equally identical to the continent’s largest economy, all filled with a few places with the potential to add to the history, culture and heritage of 2500 years.
History tells us that our little island is the world’s most beautiful resort that constantly attracts explorers, kings, invaders, and even merchants who walk the streets of silk, who suddenly climb to the top of the spice. Since then, Sri Lanka has been filled with tourists at our gate, who are attracted to a number of reasons.
They come here – one of the world’s largest destinations in Asia – to explore natural and cultural diversity, scenic beauty and wildlife in their natural habitat. Sri Lanka is famous all over the world for 365 days of sunshine, golden beaches, beautiful landscapes, lush greenery, wild and mixed wildlife with all the gifts of nature.
All of this can be done in one day, making it 365 days, providing the best experience for the whole year. It is easy to get from one place to another and the diversity of places makes Sri Lanka one of the most sought after places and a well-known place to travel flawlessly.
With its romantic venue and bookstore, Sri Lanka is in demand as a favorite place for wedding ceremonies. Boasting in Sri Lanka’s four natural harbors also offers some of the most unique tourist attractions.
After the outbreak of the Coronavirus, tourism in Sri Lanka and around the world came to an end. The economy and the stakeholders of all industries large and small faced a major crisis. They tend to limit their tourism activities due to frequent closures, travel restrictions and health restrictions. Tourist arrivals were declining, and all tourism companies around the world were facing greater challenges than ever before.
We feel it is important that as soon as there is a plague of coronavirus and that the airports open their gates to allow people who are fleeing, they will enter our destination. It can be a long wait, until the time signals arrive. Visitors to Sri Lanka are monitoring the outbreak with an opportunity to raise funds. The Sri Lankan tourism industry wisely decided to remain calm, steady, and ensure that Post COVID Tourism’s prospects work well for Sri Lanka.
With the growing globalization, Social Media has been used openly as a tool for marketing visitors to connect with travelers around the world, and create travel.
Social Media has increased its use by more than 50% in the last 5-6 months during the global epidemic. Users are now looking for things to do, places to visit after the epidemic, the safest place to travel and most of all, looking for travel inspiration.
In this critical period, Virtual and User Generated Content (UGC) is expected to create real-time traffic experiences, which are highly dependent on future decision-making. Traveling guides have been instrumental in providing real-time travel-enhancing information and travel-to-be information to help make decisions.
Accreditation from International Travel Influencers provides reassurance and encouragement for travelers in choosing the right place to visit with friends, relatives, relatives, loved ones or even solo.
Tourism in Sri Lanka commissioned travel bloggers, who were commissioned under the Travel Influencer Program and a strong Social Media market in major markets around the world. Accepting the truth. The campaign hopes to curb any travel and hikes by selecting the island as the best, most efficient route, with the doors open for foreign visitors.
A number of promotional expeditions have been made with International Travels in various parts of the island, including Jaffna, Central Highlands, Anuradhapura, Sabatogamuwa Sub-Province (Belihuloya) and suburban Colombo. The programs showcase the economic diversity and limited space in Sri Lanka, hospitality.
Promotional Services in Sri Lanka hosted Travel You Tuber and Blogger Johnny Jens from the USA who runs his business as @Johnny FD. Most of his listeners came from the USA, UK, Australia and Germany and his posts on YouTube and in other Social Media media have made a number of comments around the world. They have fans who have volunteered to see and explore so far that is not available in Sri Lanka.
In his video clip, Johnny says “It’s safer to travel inside Sri Lanka and more than that, I’ve had the opportunity to see some of the coolest places I didn’t expect in Sri Lanka like the Grape Vineyards in Up North-Jaffna in the Misty Mountains in the Central Highlands”.
Looking back, the SLTPB-Visiting Blogger Program, since its inception, has had 150 Travel Guides (also known as #slbloggers) and Producers covering all key markets. When the project was disrupted, tourism in Sri Lanka went with the tour guides and encouraged the reintroduction of various Social Media sites in Sri Lanka to remain as visible and popular as the safest and most exciting places to consider after the epidemic.
In a bid to stay afloat, the Sri Lankan Tourism Project launched a challenging Travel Influencer campaign in February 2020, hosting 27 Bloggers and Production Tours from seven countries including the UK, Germany, Australia, Norway, Switzerland, Canada and the USA, which are on fire. fire by attracting the attention of their global audience through Social Media. The Sri Lankan movement wants the law to come to fruition through online communication.
The Influencer team included the first Family Travel bloggers who live in Sri Lanka Tourism’s Blogger Program. Their arrival proved to be a legitimate point of observing and acknowledging the amount of security to which the Sri Lankan authorities established and followed; enough to attract the growing Family Bloggers and millions of followers on Social Media, by bringing their children to Sri Lanka, to showcase their opportunities against the various temptations of those who walk and wet their toes on the sands of Sri Lanka.
These selected groups have been selected to create real-world tourist attractions by transforming their experiences into real-world holiday experiences in Sri Lanka.
All of these integrated travel makers have created more than 540 posts on various travel blogs and social media sites during the COVID 19 epidemic worldwide. It is expected to reach 6 million worldwide. What they are doing is estimated to be 2,590,000 huge from 10th August 2020. The total commercial value of all these advertisements is equivalent to LKR30Million.
Recognizing the importance of remaining visible to a group of travelers around the world and viewing them as Sri Lanka as a viable alternative to firefighting, the Blogger Program of Sri Lanka (VBP) continues to establish various Marketing Campaigns for its partners.
Like the Post COVID Recovery Campaign and #SLbloggers (about Travel Content Re-Creation) Travel guides from many countries, such as the UK, Switzerland, Italy, USA, Canada, India and others have provided their support by acknowledging and appreciating the Travel to Sri Lanka for their audience such as a place they often go to visit for fun after the epidemic.
Sri Lanka’s new tourism destination has created the Post Media Video Post Post COVID Destination Promotional Video to portray Sri Lanka as a “Stay Happy & Safe” destination for audiences around the world, and is ready to launch this once the country announces the reopening of tourists from in other countries. They will be sharing on all platforms of Social Media, International Travel Influencers, Digital Media, participating in companies that send a clear message around the world “Still Happy & Safe Travel in Sri Lanka”.
Plans are underway, The Volunteer Operations Project in Sri Lanka, is targeting major markets to Sri Lanka including the UK, Europe and other key markets including Australia, India, USA etc. Through this short campaign, Sri Lanka Tourism hopes to gain the same support from leading tourists, especially those who have traveled to Sri Lanka in the past and who can resume new journeys welcoming Sri Lanka to millions of people around the world.
Sri Lanka’s tourism industry is committed to ensuring that by the time the Post COVID season arrives, these lucrative destinations remain at the top of their agenda. He is keen to lighten the curiosity of the traveler, until a hurricane sweeps over the world, soon, carefully opening the flooding waves that have swept across the globe fleeing for months to protect themselves, in their millions seeking refuge in the heat-loving Sri Lanka, a safe haven in the world. all over the world.