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Chelavara_Falls_CoorgIndia is the place where nature knows to live & make people how to live with its breathtaking natural beauty which lies in the form of pretty hill stations, snow-clad mountains, lush green valleys, glistening lakes, enchanting wildlife, and breathtaking waterfalls. Coorg in Karnataka is one such place blessed with stunning waterfalls surrounded by pristine […]

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Who doesn’t love summer? The term itself invokes warm memories of days spent enjoying the summer sun. Summer provides nearly endless options for outdoor fun and relaxation. Follow these five tips to make the most of this season of sun and warmth. 1. Take a Cruise One of the best ways to enjoy the summer […]

- Santhi

January_DestJanuary brings in the New Year and we get busy streamlining our resolutions. And for those with wanderlust, traveling mostly features at the top of the bucket list and nothing can be better than traveling to a new destination at the start of the New Year. From the snow-clad slopes of Himalayas to breathtakingly beautiful […]

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Destinations_DecemberWith a quiet cold, suffused with pleasant sunshine and lots of festive cheer ripe in the air, December is considered one of the most preferred months in India for vacation. This month sees the most tourist influx in many of the coveted cities in the subcontinental region as it is the perfect time to visit […]

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HampiWith monsoons leaving behind clear blue skies, lush greenery and snow yet to find its way to roads and tracks, November marks the arrival of winter in India so is a great time to travel anywhere across the country as the weather is calm and pleasant during this period and nature’s beauty is at its […]

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AndamansAfter the months of drenching monsoon, October is the month that welcomes the commencement of autumn in India. The clearer skies, pleasant weather, sprightly wind, and receding monsoons, coupled with the right number of Diwali and Dussehra holidays, make the month of October a perfect season to travel in India.  Starting from the hills in […]

- Kshama Bhavani

Festivals_in_IndiaOctober marks the most joyous and auspicious month in India as it hosts some vibrant festivals and bountiful celebrations when families, friends and even entire communities come together to mark the occasion.  Starting from Navratri or Kali Puja, the festive mood lingers on till Diwali and Bhai Dooj. Each of the festivals has its own […]

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Ladakh_lakeBeing the last month of the monsoon season, September is one of the best months to plan a vacation in India as the monsoons are starting to recede giving way to autumn. The weather remains cool and pleasant in most parts of the country during this time and ideal for all tourist activities. Also, September […]

- Kshama Bhavani

Ganesh_ChaturthiAre you ready for a sneak peek into India’s varied and colorful culture? If yes, September month is the most preferable time as it marks the season of great liveliness in the form of spiritual festivals. Ganesh Chaturthi and Navaratri are the two major festivals celebrated throughout the country with great enthusiasm in this month. […]

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Onam, KeralaWhat is Onam? Onam is the biggest and the most important festival of Kerala. The festival falls during the Malayalam month of Chingam (Aug – Sep) and marks the commemoration of home-coming of the mythical King Mahabali. It is a harvest festival and is celebrated with joy and enthusiasm all over the state by people […]

- Ratheesh R.Nath

On a trip to Munnar? Don’t just stop there there’s more to see!!!!!! Munnar by default is one of the best and sought after tourist destination in India. The lush luxurious Tea plantations are famous among nature loving beings. In about 50km from munnar in the same district of Idukki there is another hidden gem [...]

The post Kanthalloor—Fruit lover’s Paradise appeared first on Paradise Holidays Blog.

- Ratheesh R.Nath

You’ve already been on a trip with your family, friends, or life partner. But few people dare to hit the road on their own. Solo travel can be a lot of fun but also a bit stressful, especially if you’ve never travelled alone before. Grouping with your lady friends,going for an outing in a while [...]

The post Why should boys have all the fun? appeared first on Paradise Holidays Blog.

- Ratheesh R.Nath

If you are a Keralite, it will not be a great deal for you to choose a taxi for your particular Kerala tour package. But if you wants to choose the best taxi at affordable price and with sufficient arrangements, it will not be that easy. And ofcourse if you are a foreigner, there should [...]

The post Different vehicles available for Kerala Tour Packages- A Study appeared first on Paradise Holidays Blog.

- Ratheesh R.Nath

A long cherished plan, we wanted to visit Mookambika temple and booked train till Mookambika road. As we had to utilise weekend we have booked Ojha express from Aluva, which started at 8.30pm. The train travel is of excitement to children Okha expresses   Reached at  8:40 PM. We  reached Mookambika Road by 7:30 AM next [...]

The post My Trip to Mookambika Temple – Kollur, Karnataka appeared first on Paradise Holidays Blog.

- Ratheesh R.Nath

               Kerala received the award for the best honeymoon destination award under domestic category . The awards were given to international and domestic tourism departments, hoteliers and destination facilitators, service providers and trendsetters at a function in New Delhi on 15th of November 2019. The Kerala tourism minister Kadakampally Surendran acknowledged the award and said [...]

The post It’s pride – Kerala awarded “The Best Honeymoon Destination Award 2019” appeared first on Paradise Holidays Blog.

- Ratheesh R.Nath

It’s a regular practice for us to visit Guruvayyor at least once in two months. Ideal time to reach Guruvayoor for Darshan is either in morning or in evening. Guruvayyor is 90 km from Cochin, 2.5 hrs drive. One can either start early morning from Cochin to reach temple by 8.00 am in the morning [...]

The post Our Guruyayoor Temple Darshan appeared first on Paradise Holidays Blog.

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Cherai is just 30 km from Cochin with a clean beach, not so crowded. This is only 20 km from Aluva and is an ideal destination for honeymooners as well as families for thean evening outing or for a day to be spent along with stay at one of the resorts at Cherai.  This [...]

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- Ratheesh R.Nath

Vasundhara Sarovar resort is situated at Vayalar, just 1 hr drive from Cochin towards Alleppey is an ideal resort for 2 days outing to refresh or for a honeymoon or should be included in a package trip. The resort is on a picturesque location on the bank of Backwater’s. You can relax, roam around, be [...]

The post Vasundhara Sarovar – An ideal place for 2 days outing appeared first on Paradise Holidays Blog.

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Here's the story of Kattil Mekkathil Temple at Ponmara, Chavara in Karunagappily Taluk of Kollam. It has awesome views of the Arabian Sea and TS Canal.

The post The Story of Kattil Mekkathil Temple appeared first on Paradise Holidays Blog.

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Every country in the world has its own unique style of cooking by using herbs, spices, veggies, meats and dairy to create lip smacking dishes. These are generally suited to the local palates, gown and bred vegetables and animals and the weather. Well, Canada is no different! Canada has been breeding ground to some of […]

The post Traditional Canadian Foods You Need to Try and Where to Find Them appeared first on Thomas Cook India Travel Blog.

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When one thinks of a vacation in the southern states on India, usually Kerala, Coorg or even Pondicherry come to mind. And all these are spectacular places, mind you. Home to stunning temples and history, rolling clouds of mist and beautiful beaches, South India has much to offer the eager traveller. But there is another […]

The post Have You Been to Araku Valley Yet? appeared first on Thomas Cook India Travel Blog.

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What’s the best part of a road trip? Besides the excitement, the whole vibe of thrill and adventure, and the camaraderie of your travel mates, we mean. It’s the pit-stops, where you halt to assuage those hunger pangs that seem to be your constant companions, when you are on a holiday. Eating is a crucial […]

The post You’ve Not Eaten at India’s Highway Dhabas Until You’ve Eaten at These! appeared first on Thomas Cook India Travel Blog.

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Among all the seasons, winter is probably the most favoured season for travelling, in a tropical country like India. The all-round pleasant weather is perfect for a winter vacation without discomfort and without getting tired. Even if you’re looking for a vacation around the world, winter is a good season to travel, although for a […]

The post Planning A Winter Vacation? Here’s How You Can Help the Environment appeared first on Thomas Cook India Travel Blog.

- Thomas Cook India

Mumbai, the City of Dreams is a world within itself; an all-consuming, excruciatingly draining but also fulfilling world. Everyday we are rushing to keep pace with our modern life, commitments and chores. While we certainly love the fast life, every now and then we are simply looking for a chance to get lost amidst the […]

The post Camp Away at These Awe-Inspiring Places Around Mumbai appeared first on Thomas Cook India Travel Blog.

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With the summer approaching, most of us must have begun the process of running away to the mountains, experience the blissful chills, winds of the hills and find an escape from the scorching sun. The obvious choice that comes to mind would be to run up to the north of the country. But ever thought […]

The post Munnar: A Piece of Heaven on Earth, in God’s Own Country appeared first on Thomas Cook India Travel Blog.

- Neha Dixit

The capital city of India is a charming place to be and there is much to see and do in Delhi but life in the city can often get a bit redundant. One often feels the need to temporarily bid goodbye to the chaotic streets and heavy atmosphere of urban living. Times like these call […]

The post Nature Resorts Near Delhi To Enjoy A Long Weekend appeared first on Waytoindia.com.

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Apart from being the spiritual heaven it is, the cosy town of Badrinath in the laps of Garhwal Himalayas extends warm hospitality to the visitors. As this holy abode of Lord Vishnu opens only for one half of a year, it compensates its isolation of the other six months by being gracious in terms of […]

The post Famous Foods and Top Restaurants in Badrinath appeared first on Waytoindia.com.

- Neha Dixit

Nobody looks forward to family vacations as much as the children. As a parent one has to be really careful about selecting the best destination for them. Especially in the case of really young kids,best places to visit with toddlers in India have to be safe and fun for the little one.Kids are at ease […]

The post Best Places For Children’s Holidays In India appeared first on Waytoindia.com.

- Neha Dixit

A very common scene witnessed in Delhi is friends hanging out having gala time together. Why? There are so many exciting places to visit in Delhi with friends and equally exhilarating activities to participate in with the best of pals that you consider friendship in the city a reason for celebrations. In fact, Delhi’s character […]

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- Neha Dixit

An ideal setting plays an important part in making a honeymoon the most memorable experience. Honeymoon places in Odisha are some of the best romantic destinations to enjoy this special time with your partner. Every beautiful journey has a memorable start and that’s exactly what Odisha is. The place is rich in natural splendour, has […]

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- Neha Dixit

Stories about haunted places in Rajasthan are as much contemporary as folklore shared through the generations. Home to the iconic cities of Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Udaipur, Rajasthan is a grand spectacle. Its unique culture, along with its numerous fairy-tale-like landmarks, is amazing to witness and continue to draw visitors from all parts of the globe. […]

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The post Hiking Tiger’s Nest Monastery in Bhutan – The Ultimate Travel Guide appeared first on Devil On Wheels™ written and copyrighted by Devil On Wheels™.

Tiger’s Nest Monastery, or Paro Taktsang, is unarguably the most iconic locations of the Kingdom of Bhutan. Even if you’re on a very tight schedule, chances are, you’ll have the Tiger’s next on your itinerary! And, all for god reason – the place is stunning. Tiger’s Nest is what its name denotes – a small [...]

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- Shefali Joshi

The post The Ultimate Guide to packing for long-distance motorcycle riding appeared first on Devil On Wheels™ written and copyrighted by Devil On Wheels™.

Long-distance motorcycle riding has been and will always be one of the favorite modes of adventure travel of young and old alike. Almost everyone who has read or seen Motorcycle Diaries has wanted to pack their life in saddlebags and get on their bike to travel and explore the vast spaces that this beautiful world [...]

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The post Western Bhutan – Most COMPLETE Travel Guide for Travelers appeared first on Devil On Wheels™ written and copyrighted by Devil On Wheels™.

Western Bhutan is truly the most popular region in the country, and once you get there, you’ll surely understand why! This region comprises all the predominantly famous areas, namely Thimphu, Paro, Haa, Wangdue Phodrang, Punakha, and Gasa. Also, to add to the charm of the region, Western Bhutan is home to the Drukpa people. Of [...]

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The post Tips for water-crossing on your motorcycle appeared first on Devil On Wheels™ written and copyrighted by Devil On Wheels™.

Water crossings are one of the most exciting parts of the motorcycle off-roading experience! Of course, it can be a scary experience, especially if you’re not from the hills and not used to the enthusiasm of water flowing across a sharp road at dizzying heights! Even when you’re crossing rivers to get to the other [...]

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The post Leh – Ladakh Taxi Rates 2020 – 21 appeared first on Devil On Wheels™ written and copyrighted by Devil On Wheels™.

The new season for Leh – Ladakh travel is about to begin in 2020 and as expected by this time of the year, Ladakh taxi union has published the Leh – Ladakh Taxi Rates 2020 – 21. In this article today, I am going to share with you the latest taxi rates of the year [...]

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The post All about Bhutan’s National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries appeared first on Devil On Wheels™ written and copyrighted by Devil On Wheels™.

Bhutan is known for its stunning views and immense beauty. A significant part of conservation activity comes from its protected areas. To shed some light, you should know that the protected areas of Bhutan are its national parks, nature preserves, and wildlife sanctuaries. While most of these regions were first set aside in the 1960s, [...]

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The post Kaza in Spiti Valley – Everything to do in Kaza! appeared first on Devil On Wheels™ written and copyrighted by Devil On Wheels™.

Kaza, the capital of Lahaul and Spiti District, is the commercial hub of the valley. Snow-capped mountains surround this beautiful hamlet, which makes for the most picturesque of views. Kaza lies at an altitude of 3800 meters. With rivers and streams, stark, barren mountains, and the thick patches of greenery, with monasteries splattered across the [...]

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The post How to plan a solo trip to Bhutan? [Most Important Tips] appeared first on Devil On Wheels™ written and copyrighted by Devil On Wheels™.

Bhutan – a land of magic and mystique – is full of natural wonders with so much diversity to offer in terms of experiences. Are you looking for a getaway? Look no further! Do you want some downtime? Do you need a break? Cut off from the entire world! Do you want solo experiences? Bhutan [...]

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- Shefali Joshi

The post Komic Village in Spiti – A Detailed Travel Guide for Travelers appeared first on Devil On Wheels™ written and copyrighted by Devil On Wheels™.

Komic, literally meaning “eye of a snow cock” (Ko – snow-cock, mic – eye), is a remote village in Spiti valley. Having its fame as the Highest village in the world connected with a motorable road, Komic is quite a destination for most people traveling to Spiti. Komic village is situated at an elevation of [...]

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The post Manali Leh Highway Status 2020 – 2021 appeared first on Devil On Wheels™ written and copyrighted by Devil On Wheels™.

This year, the snow clearance operations on Manali Leh Highway for the season 2020-21 have not yet (as of March first week) started from Manali or Keylong’s side. But it looks like the snow clearance will begin in a week if the weather holds up. It means that the butterflies in the stomach of all [...]

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- Joanna Lobo

I’ve never been a big fan of O Pedro, the Goan-inspired restaurant in BKC, Mumbai. The Goan in me rebels at the idea of ‘my’ food being ‘turned and twisted.’ And yet, there was one man who kept trying to convince me to change my mind: OP’s co-owner and fellow Goan, Chef Floyd Cardoz. One […]

- Aashish Chandratreya

The distressing rise in the number of COVID-19 cases across the world has set alarm bells ringing. With reports of over 2,75,000 global cases making headlines as of March 21, countries have scrambled to issue a series of travel bans and advisories to try and contain the spread of the virus. They have also advised […]

- Nasir Kachroo

Delhi is home to the contrasting confluence of wistful purani Dilli neighbourhoods and swanky South Delhi. However, with the alarming outbreak of the global pandemic. COVID-19, and the rising number of cases in India, the government has issued some necessary mandates that place a tight control on the tourist movement in the country, and within […]

- Sanjana Ray

Guys, don’t get scared if you hear a knock on your door in the middle of the night. Ghosts are common in heritage properties.” While the group of 11 that I’m travelling with chortle at our guide’s poker face proclamation, I can only let out a nervous chuckle, as I observe the intimidating elegance of […]

- NGT Staff

In India, summer saunters in like an immodest house guest. But it also peddles the seduction of mango groves and splashing waterfronts. Our summer list roots for an active pursuit of the season. Hop on a mountain bike if you want to trade the jaded crowds of Shimla for its cool, green fringes. Kayak in […]

- Tanvi Joshi

Cinema paints a poetic picture of Mumbai. Skyscrapers overlook kaalipeelis zipping through the freeways. Local trains with people packed like sardines branch out to the ends of the city. Hawkers set up makeshift shops in the busy streets. And lovers steal kisses at Marine Drive’s promenade, a moment sweetened by the Arabian Sea. But move […]

- Sutirtha Lahiri

It was dark and foggy as our car sped along the desolate highway, rumbling over cold, broken asphalt before the crack of dawn. Mist clung to the lush farmlands outside, but we were too sleepy to appreciate the views of the fresh winter landscape. Of course, a stop for chai and fresh bhajji did us […]

- NGT Staff

There are a few places perhaps that define India’s contrasts as well as the desert lands of Kutch. As Tania Chatterjee, strolls through the colourful canvas of the Rann Utsav, she encounters the beautiful world of the weavers and their vivacious abodes, brimming with emotions. Scroll through, as each image takes you on an artistic […]

- Nidhi Dhingra

As word went around in my immediate circle that I was travelling to the Thar for eight days in mid-June, I gathered a hoard of sympathisers. I was headed to the city of Jaisalmer to explore some undiscovered sites for the first time and a luxury boutique hotel was to be my home-office for that […]

- Richa Kaul Padte

Last year I travelled to my hometown—a lush southern hill station where I no longer have a home. For my summer holiday I stayed at a family friends’ home, which also happens to be one of the first two houses constructed in Kodaikanal back in 1845. From its antique furniture to its spacious porch to […]

The U.S. Department of Transportation on Friday issued an enforcement notice to airlines, saying they are required to provide refunds, not vouchers for future travel, for flights that have been canceled or required a significant schedule change.  

Next week, Emirates will restart some passenger service to Europe for outbound travel from Dubai only.

During the past week, GoldSpring facilitated a series of buyer discussions. More than 100 buyers shared their current challenges, along with solutions achieved during this incredibly difficult time. Here are the highlights.  

American Airlines has extended its capacity cuts into the summer, suspending more than 60 percent of its international capacity for the peak summer season.  

In response to the effects of Covid-19, Paris-based Accor currently has closed more than half of its Accor-branded hotels worldwide, with that number likely reaching two-thirds in the coming weeks, the company announced Thursday.

Hotel review solution TrustYou has launched its Travel Health Index in order to benchmark hotel review activity by country during the Covid-19 crisis. The index takes reviews from one week in 2020 and compares the number to those from the same period in 2019.

Longtime Egencia president Rob Greyber has stepped down, the company said Thursday. Ariane Gorin, president of Expedia Business Services, has assumed direct leadership of Egencia.

International Airlines Group is cutting capacity 90 percent in April and May, a more aggressive plan than the 75 percent cut for the two months announced a few weeks ago.  

Latam Airlines Group is cutting 95 percent of its operations for April, including most international flights

Delta Air Lines will offer medical volunteers free roundtrip flights to Georgia, Michigan and Louisiana during April, according to the carrier. The airline is also looking at potentially expanding the program to other regions in need, including California, New York, and Washington.

China was the first country affected by Covid-19, with initial reports of the coronavirus published in late December and significant spread in January, which resulted in travel bans. The Chinese hotel industry was hit hard, similar to what is happening in the U.S. today. Nearly three months later, the industry is beginning to see signs of recovery.

Several key corporate travel and expense elements, such as booking, trip management and expense reporting, in recent years have grown steadily more integrated, with providers offering a combination of those services under one roof. As the historical barriers have blurred, stakeholders from senior executives to travel managers to individual travelers have reaped the benefits of moving from a piecemeal approach toward a more connected model.

The U.S. hotel industry again reported year-over-year double-digit percentage declines in its three key performance indicators for the week ending March 28, according to STR.  

A significant majority of small and midsize enterprises with managed travel programs are doing so in more than one country, according to a global survey conducted by U.K. travel consultancy Nina & Pinta and travel management network GlobalStar. Most are doing so because of the globalization of their business, according to the survey, but some cited the ability of technology to help spark a more formal approach to travel management.

Apartment-style accommodation provider Airbnb posted on its website this week a letter sent to hosts that extends through May 31 the time for which guests can cancel their reservations and receive a full refund, due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In a bid to help the U.S. restaurant industry, which has been hit hard by closures and reduced demand stemming from the Covid-19 outbreak, President Donald Trump has raised the possibility of making more business meal costs deductible on corporate tax filings.  

After laying off nearly 300 employees in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic reducing business travel to essentially zero, TripActions CEO Ariel Cohen says the travel management provider is investing in research and development, with a particular focus on how corporate travel buyers' future demands and priorities might be different than before they were outbreak.  

Air Canada is cutting second-quarter capacity by up to 90 percent and is temporarily laying off more than 16,000 employees, the carrier announced.  

For the second time in less than 18 months, Marriott International has experienced a data breach, the company reported Tuesday. The breach affects up to 5.2 million guests, and the company is emailing all those affected, Marriott said in a statement.

Airlines globally stand to lose $39 billion in the second quarter, which ends June 30, and could burn through $61 billion in cash reserves, according to analysis by the International Air Transport Association.  

TheSqua.re Serviced Apartments has made over 2,000 apartment units available to healthcare workers in New York and the U.K. to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. 

The European Union's Council has adopted a suspension of airport slot rules through Oct. 24, freeing airlines from the requirement to risk losing slots if they do not use at least 80 percent of them.

Delta Air Lines has completed the consolidation of its operations in Japan to Tokyo's Haneda Airport, the carrier announced.

Airbnb has announced a global initiative to provide 100,000 healthcare professionals, relief workers and first responders of the Covid-19 pandemic with free or subsidized housing while they carry out their relief efforts. 

The global airline industry reduced capacity by 20 million seats over the past week, its largest single weekly capacity cut in recorded history, according to OAG.  

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The state Himachal Pradesh is well known for its amazing treks. It is one of the favorite choices of trekkers. Thousands of trekkers come every year just to visit those treks. Among the number of treks, there is one trek that is very famous among all the trekkers whether they are beginner or expert. Even if you are a person who doesn't go to any trek before, you can also come to this trek.

This blog discusses about the 8 best places in Meghalaya that you must visit when you are planning of a trip to Meghalaya.

This article gives a brief description about Surajkund fair which is held every year in Faridabad. This fair is famous for its art and crafts. In this fair, craftsmen come and display their talent from various parts of the world.

As the name states, there are nine gods, facing different direction and each god specifies the specialty of nine different planets. Read more to find about the position of planets, effects of the planet gods changing the direction on your life and more about the same.

Chicago O'Hare International Airport is located on the far northwest side of Chicago, Check out the guide to Navigating Chicago O'Hare International Airport before you go.

Popularly known for it's "Shan-o-Shaukat", the city of Pearls, Hyderabad is one of the places loved by tourists for it's charm and unique lifestyle. Here're some of the places to visit in the Nawab city.

New and used scuba diving masks and snorkeling masks must be treated in different ways to prevent them from fogging. Here are some tips to prevent the scuba/snorkel mask from fogging. Read the blog to know more.

Destinations to explore in India are many. December is the magical month which ignites the traveling spree within us. Here're 5 most serene locations of India, best chosen to visit in in the month of December. Plan and pack your bags!

Solo traveling is gaining popularity in India as thousands of solo travelers whether they are men or women are looking for the best solo travel destinations in India. Here I have mentioned some beautiful offbeat solo travel destinations in India that a solo traveler from both local and international cities should not miss to visit.

Are you planning a trip to Hampi, the dream destination of many? Read this travel guide to Hampi based on my recent travel experience.Most of the travel blogs I write start from Bangalore and a road trip by car.I have tried to add in maximum inputs so as to help a new traveler travelling to the same destination.

This article is about dental tourism and the top dental clinics in India for dental tourism. Dental tourism means that traveling abroad for reasonable dental care, dental treatment, dentistry or dental procedures, that are usually costly in one's own country.

More and more people are going on solo trips these days. Here are a few myths about solo trips that no one is talking about

Are you looking for the best places to celebrate New Year in Dubai? Check out this article for options in Dubai.

Do you want to know the Difference between free diving and scuba diving? Read this blog to know more about the major differences between free diving and scuba diving. Also, find the best scuba diving centre in Kerala

If you have been assigned the task of organizing the next corporate team outing in Bangalore for your company, in all likelihood, you are either super excited or simply freaking out from fear of failure. Well, do not sweat, we are here to give you a rundown on how to maximize the benefits from your team outing and make it one that your boss or colleagues, remember for a long time to come.

Often known as the Queen of Hill Stations, Ooty is the perfect tourist destination for Indian and International travellers. The town is located at a height of approx 2,240 meters. This magical hill station is in the Western Ghats in India. Know more about one of the most popular Indian hill stations, Ooty and why it is a must-visit for nature lovers over here.

30 places to visit in Vietnam during your vacation to enjoy its natural beauty and unique heritage.

Are you on the planning phase for your next vacation? Here is a list of best tourist destinations in Asia worth a visit.

Darjeeling is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The combination of cloud-kissing mountains and serene 360-degree natural beauty makes it top the bucket list of all the nature-lovers.If you are planning to visit Darjeeling in the upcoming winter vacation, then here are some tourist attraction points for you, from this place.

Europe is one of the awesome continents to travel! With so many things to do and explore, it's an excellent place to plan your travelling adventure and immerse yourself in its diversity of cultures, history and delicious foods. Here are the 8 helpful tips that will make your Europe trip smoother and safer.

Can people with poor eyesight scuba dive? if yes, Is it possible to do scuba diving with the glasses or contact lenses? Read the blog to know more about the scuba diving with poor eyesight

Are you searching for any used car providers in Kerala? This article comprises the list of top 5 used car dealers in Kerala

India is rich in its natural resources. Check out the top five souvenirs from India you should be carrying

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The cultural capital of India, Delhi is the best place to satisfy all your travel desires. Be it UNESCO World Heritage Sites, that exhume brilliance in terms of architecture, or be it the lip smacking cuisine, Delhi has it all. A prominent commercial hub, the overflowing streets of Old Delhi still retain their charm. If […]

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Known for its endless backwaters and beautiful climate, Kumarakom is a famous tourist destination located in the state of Kerala. Kumarakom is situated near the Vembanad Lake, the largest in the state. The festival of Onam has the biggest celebration here, in the form of a boat race. Tourists from all over the country come […]

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The lush greenery as long as the eye can see and the calming ambience as we glide over the surface of water is what makes the stay on houseboats a memorable one. Alleppey, also known as Alappuzha, is famous all over the country for its crisscrossing backwaters and serene houseboat experiences. The backwater over which […]

- Rohit Agarwal

Kanker is a pristine district situated by the river Doodh and surrounded by dense jungles and extraordinary tribal cultures. It is more of a heritage jewel famed for its unique traditions and a rich tribal history. There are exotic craftworks and artistic handicrafts which are essentially a part of this place’s unique talented artisans. Kanker […]

- Rohit Agarwal

The city of Pune is located in Maharashtra and is famous for the highly prestigious educational institutions present here. Over the recent years, it has often been referred to as the “Oxford of the East”. But, where do you think all the fun is? Read our article to explore the fun elements of Pune and their […]

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With Bangalore being a metropolitan city, it might come as a surprise to many people the number of beautiful places for couples to spend their alone time in. The romantic ambience of these locations is sure to add more spark to the already lovable moments. Restaurants, resorts, parks and the secluded picturesque corners of nature […]

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Bangalore is one of the fastest globalising cities India has today. What with tech parks and urban adventure retreats, you’d think it couldn’t have anything more to offer. You’re wrong. Because Bangalore offers a dollop even of the most calming natural wonders ever- lakes. Fresh to marine, in different hues, Bangalore has them all. Lakes […]

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Dams were ideally constructed to hold water in which could otherwise turn destructive, and aid in purposes like irrigation. But over time they have evolved into full blown tourist spots which afford opportunities like photography, natural beauty, walking places, watching birds and many others. Nowadays most tours to areas with major rivers are incomplete without […]

- Rohit Agarwal

Dams are the perfect holiday spot for the tourist who wants a bit more out of everything. They are high on both visual beauty and being useful by providing water storage and power harnessing facilities. Nowadays there are activities you can indulge in like photography, sightseeing or boat rides along the dams. Karnataka is a […]

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India is famous for its colorful customs and one of the most colorful festivals of all is the ‘Festival of Colors’ itself. Holi, the vibrant festival celebrated to welcome spring season is enjoyed by throwing color water and spray paint on each other. There

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Nepal, located in Asia, is one of the most known locations among the tourists. A lot of people plan on visiting Nepal and even though there is no specific time which is considered the best for this tour, you might want to consider the

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northKerala is one of the most beautiful destination in the whole world and is popularly known as the heaven by all the tourists that visit this ultimate travel destination. There are often questions asked like what makes Kerala such an alluring place to visit

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The month of May is an interesting time to visit India. A tropical land like India would be at its upper scale on temperature during May. To ease down the heat and humidity, numerous fairs and festivals in India are celebrated. May month is

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Visiting a vineyards in India can be an exquisite experience for a person as very few people get the chance to see one of the oldest drinks made in history, to be prepared for commercial use. Some of the questions that comes into our

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Delhi is the national capital of India. The city in Uttar Pradesh has a lot to offer to the numerous tourists that visit this place. Delhi is a city with great historical significance. As a result, numerous tourists from all over the world visit

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Kerala is one of the best, desired and the ultimate tourism destination in India as well as famous for the wildlife and backwaters where rowing and canoeing is very famous. It is often wondered how the beautiful state of Kerala can be visited and

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India has been one of the most famous tourist destinations of the world from a long time where people from all around the world come to spend their Honeymoon, Valentine’s Day and other romantic trips. Even the people in India travel like to visit

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India has been one of the most beautiful and attractive places in the world due to its wide variety in terrain, environment and the ecology it presents along with the culture. There are several places which have a huge resemblance with some of the

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India is an incredible country to plan a vacation anytime during the year, but March is one of the best months to make your trip rewarding. In March, the climate is inviting as it is spring and beginning of the summer season. The cool

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Why Kerala Ayurveda resorts are so popular? Top 10 Ayurveda Resorts and wellness center in Kerala. First of all Ayurveda in Kerala is acceptable individuals here comprehend. The idea of Ayurveda being a lifestyle not only simply medication. Kerala is a famous in India for Ayurveda even more famous for...

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Ayurveda in modern India Ayurveda is the traditional Hindu study of medicines and believes. An Ayurveda is so popular in India. In the holistic well-being of the mind, body and soul. This subject of science not only deals with healing properties. But is also referred to as a way of...

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The best tourist places to visit in India. Mostly remembered for its unity in diversity, India is a colorful and vast country in South Asia. There is hardly anything that a tourist cannot find in this diverse land. India is a beautiful country, consisting of 28 states and 8 union...

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Ganesha – The Elephant-headed Hindu God. Referred to by different names such as Ganapati, Vinayaka, Lambodara, Gajanana, Ekadanta, etc., Ganesha is one of the most-visited deities in Hinduism. Apart from India, people also worship in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bali, Mauritius, Bangladesh, etc. Lord Ganesha is worshipped as the remover of...

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Nadi astrology in India. Does the idea of learning about past and future arouse curiosity in you? If yes, then you must check out Nadi astrology once. It is a form of astrology practiced in Tamil Nadu, and the adjacent regions of India. One can get to know about his/her...

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Traveling for business in India. The India has been emerging as the fastest-growing destination for business travelers. People visiting India for business purposes can indulge in several exciting activities after winding up their important tasks to maintain a balance between business and leisure. Check out the following business destinations of...

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Hey Hi! today we gonna tell you Top 7 Beautiful Islands in INDIA. Are you looking out for a destination in India . Where you can have a dream-like experience? If yes, we at india-tours.com think that islands are the well-suited places for you. The beautiful islands in India are...

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Best ecotourism destinations in India. India is a diverse country, where one can visit for different types of experiences. One such amusing experience is that of ecotourism. Ecotourism includes visiting unaffected natural areas without harming the ecosystem. This type of tourism aims at promoting the idea of environmental conservation. Ecotourism...

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Budget Trip To Rajasthan. Looking out for an escape from a monotonous life but worried about budget? If that’s the case, you have come to the right place as here you can know everything about budget trips. What else could be better than the colorful state of Rajasthan to have...

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Firstly India is a diverse country, having a fair share of almost everything. There is hardly anything that an adventure enthusiast cannot find in India. The country is endowed with varied topography. In the form of mountains, valleys, hills, peaks, rivers, lakes, beaches, deserts, forests, etc. Similarly, there is diversity...

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- Shalu Sharma

Sampling food around the world can be quite fun. Your may be the adventurer in your heart and not afraid of experimenting with food but remember your stomach may not be in synch with what your heart wants. While travelling ... Read more

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I am excited for my new children’s book about India. It is called “Namaste World. I am Diya. My life in India.” This book is about a 6-year-old little girl called Diya who lives in Delhi with her mummy and ... Read more

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- Shalu Sharma

Nothing ruins an adventure than getting defrauded or looted away from home. When traveling abroad, it is imperative that you be extra vigilant not to land in the hands of fraudsters and burglars. This post explores some of the safety ... Read more

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- Shalu Sharma

India is a definite dream destination for many travellers and was mine growing up. Back in 2017, I visited for the first time and promised myself I’d visit many more times. There are many reasons I love India, the vibrant ... Read more

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- Shalu Sharma

The iconic and holistic city of Amritsar was historically known as Ramdaspur. Founded in the year 1574 by Guru Ram Das, it is the chief pilgrimage destination of Sikhs around the world. Popularly known as the ‘Golden City’ after the ... Read more

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- Shalu Sharma

Though India is categorized as a country, in reality it is a continent in itself. It is country with so many religions, traditions, food, cultures and languages that no place will look similar to one another. The appearance of the ... Read more

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- Shalu Sharma

If you have always dreamed of traveling abroad, you know the extensive planning and budgeting that entails making the trip a reality. Unfortunately, traveling overseas can be expensive, frustrating and confusing. Regardless of where you want to travel, it’s always ... Read more

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- Shalu Sharma

If you have an emotional support pet, or if you simply do not want to leave your fluffy companion at home while traveling to India, there are a couple of important things that you should know.

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- Shalu Sharma

As you enter the narrow maze of lanes leading to Nizamuddin Dargah, it is difficult to believe that this is one of the country’s most sacred Sufi shrines. The lanes of Nizamiddin are packed with shops and spilling over with ... Read more

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- Shalu Sharma

Many travel enthusiasts often think of India as a must-travel destination. However, before you pack your bag and grab your airplane ticket, there are a few travel rules that you should familiarize yourself with. Not checking the weather One of ... Read more

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DEX Aviation is now going to represent Alitalia as GSA (General Sales Agent) for India. According to a statement released by DEX Aviation, the company has become the nationwide GSA for the Italian carrier starting 1st April 2020. Lucio Rigo, Country Manager- India, Alitalia, said that they are hoping that things normalise soon and the …

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TravTalk Digital Conclave – India’s first virtual tourism conclave – is all set to take place tomorrow, April 7, from 10 am to 1:30 pm. The conclave will be divided into three sessions, each designed to help the travel trade survive in present times amid the COVID-19 crisis, while also focusing on what the future …

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According to the latest data provided by International Air Transport Association (IATA), the airline industry could be staring at an estimated $35 billion of ticket refunds. This, clubbed with significant fixed and semi-fixed costs of which many cannot be avoided over a short period of time, can amount to the airline industry using up to …

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Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of State (I/C), Civil Aviation, has said that they will be looking at resuming international flight operations on case-by-case basis once the lockdown period is over after April 15, 2020. They will be looking at which countries these flights are coming from. “The Government direction has been very clear that the …

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Korea Tourism Organization invites members of the trade to sign up for its exclusive webinar that it will host today at 3pm. This online seminar will highlight South Korea as a tourism destination and will cover basic information and highlight the popular places along with ideas on how to create a better South Korea tour …

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India Tourism Development Corporation will provide up to 2000 cooked and packed meals every day during the lock down for the health workers of government hospitals (AIIMS & RML) in the state capital as well as to other needy people through local administration. Commenting on this initiative, Prahlad Singh Patel, Tourism Minister, says, “ITDC will …

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In a recent report by HVS, a few suggestions have been made to the government to battle the ongoing crisis which includes Policy support, Monetary support, Fiscal support and Direct support to revive demand. In ‘Fiscal support’, the report recommends to provide a 12-month corporate tax holiday to travel, tourism & hospitality sector. It also …

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Adventure Tour Operators Association of India (ATOAI) concluded its first online members’ meet on March 31, which was attended by close to 100 members from across the country, including Kerala, Assam, Ladakh, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. The meeting, moderated by Capt. Swadesh Kumar, President, ATOAI and Vinayak …

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In a recent update, MITT has announced new dates for its next exhibition. It will now take place from 16-18 March 2021 at Crocus Expo Moscow. It was earlier scheduled for 17-19 March 2020. The organisers said, “We have no doubt that the measures taken by the Government of the Russian Federation, Rospotrebnadzor of the …

- Tourism Breaking News

The Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) has announced the launch of the PATA Crisis Resource Center and Tourism Recovery Monitor, a unified platform that provides reliable and up-to-date policy statements, authoritative information, and tourism indicators from around the globe. The aim is to provide a global centralised repository of reliable information for users based on …

- Brent Bernasconi

While social distancing and travel restrictions have many around the world staying home, people everywhere can still feel the warmth and joy of a San Diego experience through a number of virtual connection opportunities. Whether you’re looking for an educational activity or inspiration for warmer days ahead, these virtual San Diego experiences are sure to […]

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- Brent Bernasconi

While communities across the globe practice social distancing, you are never far from our hearts here in San Diego, and we’ll be here to provide you with plenty of virtual sunshine. For those currently in San Diego and those abroad who want to help, here are a few great ways to help support our awesome […]

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With a sunny spring in our step, there’s no shortage of things to see, taste and explore out in San Diego. From annual art celebrations and super blooms to the latest restaurant openings, here are the top picks of the latest and greatest happenings you won’t want to miss this spring. The Flower Fields at […]

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- Brent Bernasconi

Make San Diego your getaway for this weekend and enjoy blooming flowers, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and more top things to do. San Diego Latino Film Festival When: March 12-22, 2020Held over 11 days, there will be screenings of more than 170+ movies as well as a fashion show, 5th Sabor Latino – Food, Beer […]

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- Brent Bernasconi

Escape to San Diego this weekend and enjoy everything California’s Beach City has to offer including music and food festivals and these top things. San Diego Comic Fest When: March 5-8, 2020Indulge your love of comics, science fiction, and films, and meet an outstanding array of professional creators in a casual atmosphere and an intimate […]

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- Brent Bernasconi

Find your leap-for-joy smile by spending the extra day of February in San Diego enjoying everything California’s Beach City has to offer including these top things to do. Mardi Gras When: February 25, 2020Let loose, dance and indulge at carnival celebrations throughout San Diego. San Diego Bird Festival When: February 26 – March 1, 2020The […]

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- San Diego Magazine

This bustling commercial district of Mission Valley, easily accessed from all of San Diego’s neighborhoods, is so much more than shopping malls (though it has its share of those, and they are stacked with fabulous shops and plenty of delicious eats). You’ll also find a bit of California history, well-designed golf links, skydiving (no airplane […]

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- Brent Bernasconi

Find your shine-after-sundown smile this weekend in San Diego at these top things to do, with everything from Mardi Gras celebrations to world-class theater performances. Mardi Gras When: Thru February 25, 2020Let loose, dance and indulge at carnival celebrations throughout San Diego. Fly When: February 18 – March 29, 2020Wendy – a girl seduced by […]

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- Brent Bernasconi

Spend the three-day weekend in San Diego with Valentine’s Day specials, Museum Month and Theatre Week discounts, and these top things to do. Valentine’s Day Weekend When: Thru February 17, 2020California’s Beach City invites you to celebrate your love by doing something spontaneously different. Dance the night away in the Gaslamp Quarter or kick back […]

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Did you know that California’s Beach city is full of natural beauty, plenty of firsts and avocados? Check out these 20 fun facts about San Diego. 1. One of Only Two One of only two places the rare Torrey pine tree grows. See them for yourself at Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve. 2. Most Small […]

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