Cognisant of the pent up demand for travel due to the pandemic, MakeMyTrip has collaborated with popular social media influencers to introduce audiences to lesser-known destinations across India for its #MyIndia campaign.
Tour operators, buyers and sellers will convene from March 1 to March 5 at B2B conference, the Kerala Travel Mart. The five-day event will provide a virtual platform to enable stakeholders to collaborate on measures to revive tourism in Kerala post-COVID.
The travel industry was off to a shaky start in 2021 with global recovery rates flattening over fresh lockdowns and spikes in COVID cases. India has emerged a potential key market for the tourism industry with high optimism regarding the COVID vaccine.
Spiti Valley has opened its doors to tourists 10 months after authorities restricted travel in the region over the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re planning a trek, make sure you take a note of the latest tourism guidelines issued by local authorities.
India Craft Week 2021 returns to Delhi for its third edition. Explore the country’s rich handicraft traditions through exhibits, masterclasses with local artisans, film screenings and bespoke heritage tours crafted by boutique hospitality organisation RARE India.
The luxury hospitality group which focuses on wellness tourism, a $4.2 trillion market, is steadily expanding its global footprint — from 18 to 40 resorts in the next couple of years, including a restored Rajasthani iteration, with a sharp focus on sustainability.
Winters in Uttarakhand are spectacular. The tourism department of the Himalayan state has launched a campaign to promote destinations that stay under snow pretty much till April.
Some countries have dealt with the COVID crisis extremely well and are
opening up their borders to travellers. In a series we launch with Liberty
International, a global Destination Management Company, we explore their reopening strategies. The first two to be featured, Slovenia and Montenegro, are
rich in natural resources and follow sustainable tourism norms.