May 172014

Time-pressed tourists contemplating booking flights to Delhi, the capital of India and seeking short yet rewarding weekend getaway excursions would definitely enrich their holidays by adding the following destinations in their tour itinerary. The wonderful capital of India pleasantly surprises every traveller landing on flights here. Featuring a tapestry of magnificent past and progressive present, the city ranks high on « Continue Reading »

Dec 222012
An Extraordinary and Free Dose of Sightseeing in Delhi

Delhi is brimming with dozens of monuments, museums and other mesmerizing sightseeing destinations that are free of cost. The article discusses these open and popular places that vacationers making flights tickets reservation can visit. An Extraordinary and Free Dose of Sightseeing in Delhi With essence of India and cultural glory in its embrace, Delhi surfeits the appetite « Continue Reading »

Sep 272012

The Kerala government will develop more seaplane waterways. Even though it is widely regarded as the adventure capital of India already, Kerala is about to get even more exciting. The state government has invested Rs 12 crores (£1.3 million) to ensure that there are more waterways to allow seaplanes to take off and land. As well as being a further « Continue Reading »

Aug 152012

Thiruvananthapuram has plenty to offer international visitors. Thiruvananthapuram will become the fifth airport in India with the authority to offer tourist visa on arrivals for an expanded number of countries. It joins the airports in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata – the traditional visitor hubs in the Asian nation. Tourists from the UK have long-been able to pick up the « Continue Reading »

Aug 122012

New figures show more people are choosing to holiday in India. More and more people are finding that India can be a great place to spend a week or two relaxing and enjoying the perfect holiday. New figures from the Ministry of Tourism show that more people visited the country last month than in July 2011 and in the first « Continue Reading »

Jun 212012

Jana village tourism boosted by farmer’s cooking skills A farmer has been responsible for a remarkable tourism boom in northernmost India. Mani Ram of Jana village near Manali in the remote district of Kullu has been wooing visitors with his desi (traditional) food, the Times of India reports. A decade ago, only a handful of tourists would pass through the « Continue Reading »

Sep 222011

Air India has announced it is creating a new Silver and Platinum scheme. Travellers who are heading on flights to India with Air India could soon be able to take advantage of a new scheme which has been created by the airline. The carrier has announced it is to extend its Silver and Platinum Pass programmes, which the company said is « Continue Reading »

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