The month of February is pleasant and is perfect to visit any region in India. During this period the climate of India remains neither too cold nor too hot. Thus, it makes the journey joyous and comfortable. » Read more
Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) in association with Pawan Hans has launched heli-tourism. The chief secretary, Government of Maharashtra, Swadheen Kshatriya inaugurated the service on January 7, 2016 along with the secretary of tourism and cultural affairs, Government of Maharashtra, Valsa Nair Singh. Tourists can avail the service of heli-tours from 3:00 pm.
Call it as a second honeymoon or a trip with your almost-newly-wed partner, travelling as young couple is always entertaining. You need to pick places that would kindle romance and also have considerable amount of other entertainments that would help you to stay outdoors too. » Read more
With the commencement of chilly winters, the season of holidaying also begins. It is just like fueling oneself to begin the New Year full of energy. If you are among those, fond of beginning the New Year with a pleasant vacation then here’s a list of some magnificent and popular places to visit in India, in the month of January. » Read more
Are you someone who loves to take pictures? There are a lot of photogenic places in Bangalore for giving your camera some busy time. But, are you looking for more? » Read more
Delhi is a mixture of all kinds of elements. This is the place where you can find wonderful street food vendors with unique cuisine and stunning restaurants creating memorable moments. You ought to enjoy the street food of Delhi to taste the authentic cuisine of the land. » Read more
Bodhgaya is a religious site for Buddhist pilgrimage. It is located in Bihar in India. This is the place where Lord Buddha attained enlightenment under a banyan tree. The main attraction here is Mahabodhi temple which is a world heritage site. There are a lot of other attractions too. » Read more
Everything about India is unique starting from its diverse natural resources to culture. The same goes with Christmas too. Are you looking for a destination to enjoy some unusual and unique Christmas celebration? Here are a few Indian destinations to hit. » Read more
Quest to the land of seraphic beauty- South India. South India represents the glorious past of India with its ancient shrines, lavish palaces, wild seas and rich Dravidian culture.
Indian tourism has many elements of varying styles and experiences in it. But, these six iconic monuments determine the tourism wealth of the country. Most of the tourists who come to India visit this monument. Many are visiting India just for the sake of seeing these monuments. » Read more
Bangalore by itself is a wonderful tourist destination. Apart from this, there are a lot of weekend getaways near Bangalore for those who want to enjoy a wonderful weekend. Starting from hilly areas to waterfronts; there are a lot of options for you to pick one from.
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Houseboats are the major attractions of the South Indian state of Kerala and draw numerous tourists to God’s Own Country (Kerala). Therefore, the houseboats are considered as prominent source to boost tourism in India and Kerala. » Read more
Are you planning to visit the country for the very first time? You need to learn about a few important things before entering the country.
Durga Puja is an important festival that is celebrated in India, especially West Bengal. This is a festival that happens for nine days. According to mythology, three goddesses joined together to become Durga to kill a demon. This year, Durga Puja starts on 12th of October and ends on 23rd. The last five days of this festival is the most colourful times of West Bengal. » Read more
India is the seventh biggest country in the world. It has numerous languages, ethnic groups, cultures, monuments, palaces, backwaters, waterfalls and other spectaculars. There is no such place in India that can be tagged as a boring destination for tourism. » Read more