Nov 122012
 

The Indian government is keen to develop its niche tourism offerings. India’s government has outlined its plans to promote more niche offerings to holidaymakers.According to union tourism minister Shri Chiranjeevi, the administration wants to expand markets such as rural, cruise and adventure tourism.Policymakers are also looking to fuel growth in the film, sports and wildlife tourism markets. This, he said, « Continue Reading »

Sep 172012
 

India’s plans to attract more tourists appear to be successful. More and more people are discovering that India is one of the premier places in the world to enjoy a luxury holiday. New figures from tourism authorities in the country has revealed that India is on target to reach its objective of a 12 per cent growth in visitor numbers « Continue Reading »

Aug 132012
 

Indian tourism chiefs are hoping to attract more people to the Arippa forests. Thiruvananthapuram is a vibrant city that is a popular choice that with people looking to experience a taste of India. Not only does it have the unique atmosphere that many people associate with the country, but it is set in the heart of some stunning forest scenery « 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 »

Jul 102012
 

The number of people visiting India has increased over the past 12 months, according to new figures. New figures have revealed that India is becoming an increasingly popular destination for overseas tourists. The latest statistics from the Tourism Ministry show that 432,000 people landed on Indian shores last month – a 4.8 per cent year-on-year rise. In the first six « Continue Reading »

Jul 092012
 

India is hoping to boost visitor numbers by cleaning up its most iconic sites. India could become an even more attractive holiday destination with the implementation of a new hygiene initiative at some of the country’s top attractions. The tourist ministry is aiming to provide clean and fresh environments at 98 destinations in India, including the world famous Taj Mahal, « 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 »

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