To provide a comprehensive roadmap for the heritage properties and making a cutting edge impact on rural tourism and development of infrastructure – IHHA has adopted a vision document. This 10-point charter was announced at the 2nd Annual Convention of IHHA at Jodhpur last year.
- A national Heritage Tourism Policy guideline to be declared and followed by all states.
- To continue to identify new heritage circuits so as to benefit larger community of stakeholders.
- To work closely with central and state governments to ensure simplified taxes, incentives and subsidies to encourage heritage preservation.
- To work closely with concerned authorised for better connectivity, drainage and civic facilities and infrastructure in heritage destinations which are mostly in rural areas.
- To encourage training, development, knowledge and skills and consequent employment of local population to spread the benefit of tourism of local areas.
- To abide by the code of conduct for safe and honourable and sustainable tourism.
- To work closely with concerned authorities and bodies for preservation of our environment and ensure the implementation of best environmental practices and quality of product and service standards in our hotels.
- To work towards grant of industry status to hotels.
- To work towards making India a competitive and most attractive destination.
- To work to ensure perpetual preservation of our ancient heritage and culture.