Aug 012012
 

Indian officials are keen to promote the ecotourism potential of the forests outside of Delhi. Delhi is one of the world’s most vibrant and exciting cities. People travelling to India to stay in the metropolis expect to experience busy streets, packed-out markets and a cacophony of sights, sounds and smells. However, the outlaying regions of the ancient city are a « Continue Reading »

Jul 242012
 

India needs to capitalise on its potential for health tourism, an official has said A leading Indian official has called on his country to build on its burgeoning reputation as a holiday hotspot and capitalise on its potential for health tourism. Union tourism minister Shri Subodh Kant Sahai, said: “India has always been known for its rich heritage of wellness « Continue Reading »

Jun 302012
 

India looking to double 6.3m tourists The Indian tourist board is on a major drive to double the number of visitors to the country by 2016. Foreign tourist arrivals in India reached 6.29 million in 2011. As of May this year, this figure was 2.8 million, the Press Trust of India reports. Speaking to the news provider on the sidelines « Continue Reading »

May 292012
 

India reportedly wants to build its first night safari. Night safaris could encourage more holidaymakers to book flights to India, with officials in Greater Noider launching a new tourism programme to deliver one such park to the country. The first such project in India, it is based on the popular Night Safari in Singapore, according to the « Continue Reading »

Jul 292011
 

Wanderlust editor Dan Linstead has claimed there are a huge number of eco-tourism projects available. Travellers who take cheap flights to India may find they can get involved in some great eco-tourism initiatives, as a travel industry source has claimed such projects are available all over the world. Editor of Wanderlust magazine Dan Linstead suggested there has been a “huge shift” « Continue Reading »

Jul 232010
 

The aviation sector in developing nations such as India could soon catch up with those in the west, an expert has commented. Emerging economies including India, China, Brazil and Russia will in the future catch up with western aviation travel, according to a sector commentator.Robin Mannings, an independent futurologist, said that in 40 to 50 years’ time such economies will « Continue Reading »

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