From time immemorial, Gujarat has been a business-friendly state. Lothal, apart from being an archaeological site, used to be an international port. Since then, Gujarat has grabbed the attention of global traders. In modern times, the vibrant state continues to be a magnet for international business houses. Along with business, the state has also emerged as a political hub of India as two heavyweights made their grade from here to centre. An already productive land has now got the fertilisers from the central government. It is no wonder that Gujarat reaped the golden harvest for the nation. Industries of all scales bloomed here and generated immense employment opportunities. This has given birth to a new way of doing business, which is now done in a beautiful set-up where all the comforts and luxuries are just a click away.
Post-globalisation decades saw a new kind of tourism, which is business tourism. In more recent years, tented resorts have become a popular concept for leisure and business tourists. Here comes Tent City Narmada as an ideal location for corporates and government sectors to organise conferences. The idea is to invite people and provide them with all possible facilities and amenities to do business at a place surrounded by natural beauty. Tent City Narmada is a luxury resort boasting the bounties of nature and man-made marvels.
Nestled in the lap of Sardar Sarovar dam site, this resort has everything for you to plan conferences. Three spacious conference halls can fulfil different needs. The halls offer seating capacity of 1000, 180, and 80 delegates respectively. From a small firm to a multinational corporation, the resort is ready to welcome any number of delegates. A VIP lounge of 200 square metres suffices to give C-suite sufficient breathing time while the conference halls are being dressed to welcome them. A dining hall has enough space to accommodate 400 guests.
Conference halls are spacious enough to organise corporate events, including meetings, get-togethers, training workshops, incentive-based employee vacations and more. Based on your requirements, the efficient staff can arrange various seatings like C-type, round table, theatre type and U-shape seating.
After discussing business, people need some entertainment and pampering too. At the end of a day-long meeting or conference, delegates can indulge in some recreational activities available within the resort. A clubhouse and a swimming pool are the best to de-stress; premium, Darbari and deluxe facilities to take afternoon siesta; a gazebo for evening talks; a photo corner to create memories with your delegates; a bicycle ride to stretch your legs; and cultural program for entertainment.
If time permits, you can explore nearby destinations, which include Statue of Unity, Cactus Garden, Sardar Sarovar dam and countless other attractions, which make this place an ideal summer retreat.
In the last couple of months, the resort has hosted a few high-profile meetings and conferences, which include 97th Foundation Course (AARAMBH 4.0), 2022, graced by Hon'ble PM Shri Narendra Modi; National Judicial Conference of Chief Justices and High Court Judges on Mediation and Information Technology, 2022, graced by former President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind; Poshan 2.0, A National Conference attended by Smt. Smriti Irani, MINISTER FOR WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT, MINORITY AFFAIRS; National Conference of Ministers of Youth Affairs and Sports of States/UTs, 2022 - attended by Anurag Thakur, Minister of Sports, Youth Affairs and Minister of Information and Broadcasting; and Swasthya Chintan Shivir attended by Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya 2022 Minister, Health & Family Welfare.
Tent City Narmada is developed and operated by Praveg Limited. With its core competence in hospitality and tourism, Praveg is all set for exponential growth as it is successfully running three resorts at Narmada, Kutch, and Varanasi respectively. In addition to its current resorts, Praveg has plans to launch several other resorts and theme parks at tourist-friendly destinations like Daman, Diu, Adalaj, and Rajasthan.