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Post-Covid, Uttar Pradesh (UP) Tourism is pacing up its promotional strategy by showcasing unique themes from each district, as well as unveiling new products to attract domestic and international tourists. The state has been churning out new tourism products such as, Eco-Tourism, Water Sports activities at Ramgarh Tal, Gorakhpur, Buddhist Circuit, Bundelkhand Circuit, Continue Reading
Hotels & Resorts Top Stories
 India’s diversity of tourist destinations goes well beyond the beaches, hills and cities. As one of the oldest civilizations in the world with an all-embracing confluence of spirituality, heritage and traditions, India has always been a top choice for cultural travel at a global stage. As the pandemic pushed Indians to explore domestic destinations, cultural […]Continue Reading
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Domestic booking data released by global digital travel platform Agoda, shows that four states (in order of ranking) – Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra, and Rajasthan – accounted for 50% of the top 100 Indian destinations (year to date). New Delhi, Goa, and Mumbai retained their spots in the top three, with Mumbai surpassing Goa as […]Continue Reading
Features
If Covid-19 is responsible for devastating the tourism sector never witnessed by anyone in living memory than at the same time the pandemic has opened up a plethora of opportunities for India’s domestic tourism segment like never before, writes Prasenjit Chakraborty. Emergence of local tourism markets (in respective states) is the most significant change that […]Continue Reading
Aviation Top Stories
SriLankan Airlines, the national carrier of Sri Lanka in a bid to promote greater travel opportunities from India to Sri Lanka, announced strengthening its presence in India with more destinations and frequencies offering travellers to enjoy the freedom of travel. Currently, SriLankan Airlines operates four flights a week from Chennai, three flights a week from […]Continue Reading
Domestic Top Stories
With domestic tourism in Kerala having suffered losses of INR33,000 crore from March 2020 to December 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the state government has said unexplored tourist destinations are being identified to bring in more travellers for reviving the key sector. According to Tourism Minister P A Mohammed Riyas, the tourism sector has […]Continue Reading
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