So finally the worse is over or we pray for it to be so. With its endless lock downs both domestic and international, 2020 might well go down as the worst year when it comes to travel and leisure planning.
Meghalaya (translated ‘abode of the clouds) in North East India is mostly known for cultural diversity, tribes, rainy drenched hills, gushing waterfalls, caves and living root bridges. However, the fact that Meghalaya is dotted with several heritage sites and structures
The tiny emerald located in the biodiverse Western Ghats and hemmed in by the Arabian Sea, Goa is most renowned for its sun-kissed beaches. However, it is not only the beaches that are a major draw when it comes to
In a positive move for travel and tourism in Goa, the government announced the opening up of water sports and river cruises in Goa. River cruises and water sports are two of the most popular things to do in Goa.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands are now open for tourism post-Covid-19 lock down that affected the entire country. Travel & Tourism industry was hit the most due to the national lock down which came into effect from 22nd of March. However,
In a move that will delight travel enthusiasts as well as tourism industry professionals, Kerala will now welcome visitors without any restrictions starting Monday 12th October 2020. However, beaches will stay out of bound for tourists till November 1st. All
A picture-perfect archipelago located in the Indian Ocean, Maldives offers consummate luxury, ultimate romance, spotless white sandy beaches and an experience of a lifetime. No wonder, travel to Maldives finds a spot right at the top of any discerning traveler’s
Darjeeling, Kalimpong and Sikkim, the most favored triad of Himalayan states in North East India are welcoming tourists once again. These three destinations nestled in Himalayas are very popular among honeymooners, couples, families and adventurers alike. Post Covid-19 lock down,
The Gujarat Government announced the new heritage tourism policy, in which they will provide subsidy and tax benefits to convert heritage monuments and buildings into hotels, banquet halls,museums, and restaurants. In the tourism policy for the next five years, the
Chardham Yatra in Uttarakhand is one of the most revered pilgrimage tour circuit in Northern India. Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand includes representations from all three major Hindu sectarian traditions, with two Shakti (goddess) sites, (Yamunotri and Gangotri), one Shaiva