Travel Subscribe to Travel


Small picturesque islands around a lake Yet another jewel in the crown of God’s Own Country – Kerala – is the pristine, tropical city of Kumarakom. This cluster of small… Read more »

Indian travelers becoming more spontaneous

NEW DELHI: Young Indian travelers are becoming more spontaneous in planning trips as is evident from the last minute bookings being made over the past year, according to a new… Read more »

Israel sees growth in Indian tourist inflow

HYDERABAD: Israel recorded a growth of 13 per cent in tourist arrivals from India in 2016 over the previous year and it hopes to maintain the double digit growth figures… Read more »


City that celebrates Sun with temple & dances A tiny location in the state of Orissa, Konark is renowned for its centuries old Temple, alluring trendy beach and of course… Read more »

Pak urged 8th wonder tag to Kanishka Stupa

PESHAWAR: A prominent US-based historian and scholar has urged the Pakistan government to engage the UNESCO to declare the ancient Buddhist monument Kanishka Stupa here as the eighth wonder of… Read more »

New heritage trail launched in Singapore’s Little India

SINGAPORE: Four iconic Hindu temples and a brick-building of Mahatma Gandhi Memorial are among 40 sites that has been included in Singapore’s first official new heritage trail within the 200-year-old… Read more »


Dream destination where ancient & modern blend seamlessly Delhi Tourism, a government undertaking facilitating tourism since 1975 will take you to a guided tour of the Delhi through this website… Read more »

Global travel search engine KAYAK enters India

MUMBAI: Global travel search engine KAYAK has officially announced its entry into the Indian market, providing innovative travel tools to help people search, plan and manage their travel. Having pioneered… Read more »


Unsurpassed in beauty, exuberance & color Breathtaking vistas, intriguing history, an abundance of tradition, color, and enchantment – this is Kutch, the perfect host for anyone’s next vacation. Remote and… Read more »

Rs 1K cr loss to Kerala tourism since Nov 8

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala’s tourism sector has registered an estimated loss of about Rs 1,000 crore, following a dip in the arrival of foreign and domestic tourists since the Centre announced demonetization… Read more »

2016 saw push for adventure tourism

NEW DELHI: Sustaining growth momentum in foreign tourist arrivals despite demonetization and push for adventure tourism were some of the highlights of Tourism Ministry in the year gone by which… Read more »


Well known for tea industry & eco-tourism Until the early part of the eighteenth century, Darjeeling was under the king of Sikkim. Later Gorkhas invaded the region and annexed the… Read more »

‘Totally safe’ to visit Kashmir: Tour operators

SRINAGAR: Terming Kashmir as a safe place for tourists, a delegation of tour operators from different parts of the country, who were on a familiarization tour of the Valley, here… Read more »

Israel issues travel warning for its citizens in India

JERUSALEM/NEW DELHI: Israel has issued a warning for its citizens travelling to India ahead of the new year celebrations citing a “concrete basic threat” and advised to avoid parties and… Read more »


Wildlife safaris, medieval palaces & even shopping Sariska Tiger Reserve is well nestled in the Aravali Hills covering 800 sq km area divided into the grasslands, dry deciduous forests, sheer… Read more »

Aadhaar must for sr citizen rail tickets

NEW DELHI: Come April 1, 2017, reservation of rail tickets for senior citizens will be directly linked to Aadhaar or Unique Identification (UID) cards on a mandatory basis for availing… Read more »


Where Lord Krishna established his earthly kingdom A great devout centre with much mythological relevance, Dwarka is the epitome of spiritual enlight enment. To the devotee, Dwarka is synonymous with… Read more »


Famous for its unique style of architecture Dungarpur is a small city located in the western Indian state of Rajasthan and is famous for its temples and palaces. The district… Read more »

India to fly 442 mn passengers by 2035

NEW DELHI: Global airlines body IATA has said it expects India’s air passenger traffic to grow to 442 million by 2035 with 322 million new air travelers, amid the domestic… Read more »

Putin visit to boost Russian tourism in Goa

PANAJI: “We can expect more Russian tourists this time, but economic situation in Russia should improve,” said Travel and Tourism Association of Goa president Savio Messias. Recent visit of Russian… Read more »