STATES

Tamil Nadu responds to overcrowding

Tourism should be synergetic and mutually beneficial for both locals of that destination and travellers. In the past years, Tamil Nadu has enticed millions of tourists. However, on the flip side, it has caused overcrowding at destinations and pollution. Tamil Nadu is coping with the situation by diverting tourists to …

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Goa Radisson to add 23 keys

Radisson Blu Resort Goa Cavelossim Beach will add 23 rooms with an additional swimming pool, which will take the inventory to 155 keys, along with an additional banquet of 2,300 sq.ft. TT Bureau Radisson Blu Resort Goa, located at Cavelossim Beach, is a beautiful blend of Portuguese and Goan architecture. …

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Amritara enters Sikkim

Amritara Hotels & Resorts has acquired Hidden Land hotel in Sikkim to launch its 18th luxury property, Amritara Hidden Land, which aims to cater to nature lovers and adventure seekers TT Bureau Amritara Hotels and Resorts launched its 18th luxury property, Amritara Hidden Land, in Sikkim recently. The new property …

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Goa eyes ME travellers

In order to expand its visitor base, Goa is actively looking to develop the Middle East market and has started dialogues with major airlines from the Gulf countries to increase air connectivity. Hazel Jain Goa’s international tourism industry relies on air connectivity, and the Middle East airlines play a vital …

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Odisha Tourism gets new wings

The recent launch of direct flights from Bhubaneswar to Bangkok and Singapore has ignited enthusiasm among local travel agents and hoteliers, as it presents a game-changing opportunity for them. The increased connectivity is expected to have a transformative impact on tourism, businesses, and the overall economy of the Indian state. …

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Odisha – Soul of Incredible India

The 5th Odisha Tourism Conclave was organised by Hotel & Restaurant Association of Odisha, in association with Tourism Department, Government of Odisha and World Trade Center Bhubaneswar on 23 February 2023. The event organised on the theme ‘Redefining The Soul of Incredible India’ showcases the state as a major tourist …

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‘Holistic approach must’

Gayatri Rathore, Principal Secretary, Tourism, Govt. of Rajasthan, says there is a need to keep a futuristic and holistic development approach for next 50 years to make India a tourism superpower. She hails MOT’s destination focused approach for development. Nisha Verma Claiming that Rajasthan’s USP is having multiple heritage destinations, …

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Empowing women in tourism

Kerala inks a pact with UN Women India to empower women in tourism. As per the pact, signed at the first-ever Global Responsible Tourism Summit, both parties will promote women-friendly tourism in the state. State Responsible Tourism Mission will implement the MoU. TT Bureau Kerala has entered into an agreement …

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Tourists in the land of plenty

There are numerous lesser-known destinations in Uttar Pradesh that have huge tourism potential. Realizing this fact, the state government is seriously attempting to showcase and market the state’s tourism attractions and offerings. Recently, held IATO Convention in Lucknow has been one of the steps in this direction. Inder Raj Ahluwalia …

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Kerala focus on caravan tourism

Vigneshwari, Managing Director, Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC), shares how they are making sure that Kerala, known for offering innovative tourism products, has a plethora of experiences and destinations for tourists coming to the state. Nisha Verma Kerala is currently focusing on Caravan tourism and making sure that the tourists …

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