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ADTOI Rajasthan organises a FAM for its Managing Committee

In a bid to bring confidence to travel among the public at large and domestic travellers in particular and to revive domestic...

Andhra Pradesh Govt requests ITDC to assist the State in Skill...

In a meeting held between Sh. Mekapati Goutham Reddy, Hon’ble Minister for Commerce, Industry, IT and Skill Development, Government of Andhra Pradesh...

Darjeeling and Kalimpong now open for tourists

After being shut down for almost six months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Darjeeling and Kalimpong in West Bengal have opened their...

Andhra Pradesh govt issues AP Tourism Trade (Registration and Facilitation) Guidelines...

The Andhra Pradesh government on Saturday issued the “AP Tourism Trade (Registration and Facilitation) Guidelines, 2020” to position the state as a...

Uttarakhand launches ‘Tourist Incentive Scheme’

The Uttarakhand tourism department has launched a pilot project to boost tourism under which tourists will be given discount coupons for their...

Charter airlines from Russia, UK apply for landing slots in Goa

The Covid-19 pandemic has done little to diminish Goa’s allure as an international tourist destination, with Russian and British charter airlines already...

Madhya Pradesh Government allows water tourism activities

The Madhya Pradesh government has allowed resumption of water tourism in the state with 50 per cent capacity.

Extension of Helipad at Kedarnath, Uttarakhand cabinet approves various proposals related...

The state government has announced several important steps towards promoting tourism in Uttarakhand. Along with the decision to provide exemptions to tourists...

Odisha to revive river cruise tourism

Chief Secretary Asit Tripathy has directed the Department to revive the River cruise tourism under the Public-Private Partnership model.

Hotels and resorts in Mt Abu sold out on weekends

Continuous rains over the past month, the misty mountains, gurgling streams and waterfalls have been a cherry on the cake for tourists...