Tourism

A Roadtrip to Spiti Valley

A Roadtrip to Spiti Valley

October 19, 2019

Follow us on the Tribal Monastic Drives by Aamod Nomads, the adventure travel wing of Aamod Resorts, a company specialised in luxury hospitality. The aura around the trip was that of exploring a part of the Himalayas that is well-known, yet not many dare to explore. So take a bre...

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Locals of Uttarakhand

Locals of Uttarakhand

September 24, 2019

In the valleys of Uttarakhand, far from the clutter of city life, lie two rather quaint villages Parvada and Peora, where the traditional way of life and modernity peacefully co-exist. While the brunt of globalisation has taken over most parts of this hill state, the simplicity o...

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Odisha to promote Shamuka as international tourism hub

Odisha to promote Shamuka as international tourism...

September 23, 2019

The Hotel & Restaurant Association of Odisha (HRAO), the apex body of the hospitality industry in Odisha, has been organising Odisha Tourism Conclave since last three years and has been suggesting various promotional initiatives and action plans to the state government for develo...

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Five lesser known festivals to attend in October

Five lesser known festivals to attend in October

September 11, 2019

The season of festivities is here and so is an array of options for travellers to decide where to go. If you are too bored of attending the same festivals every year and want to get an insight into the lesser known festivals in India then we have exactly what you want-

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Indian government opens 137 new doors for mountaineers

Indian government opens 137 new doors for mountain...

August 29, 2019

With the Indian government opening 137 mountain peaks for foreign travellers desirous of mountaineering, local organisations are against this decision as they feel it goes against the local religious beliefs and are urging the state government to preserve the sanctity of the holy...

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Kora: The trek less traversed

Kora: The trek less traversed

August 16, 2019

Mcleodganj in the North Indian state of Himachal Pradesh is also known as “Little Lhasa” because of it being home to a large population of Tibetans. The Dalai Lama temple complex is one of the most famous attractions for Tibetans residing all over India. The temple is surroun...

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The blingy casinos of Goa

The blingy casinos of Goa

August 16, 2019

Goa, the smallest state of India lying on the south-western coast of the country is mainly known for its white sand beaches, nightlife, places of worship and world-heritage listed architecture. The former Portuguese province also exhibits the cultural influence from its colonial ...

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Hidden history in the bylanes of Kolkata

Hidden history in the bylanes of Kolkata

July 26, 2019

The old custom of hiring tour guides to explore and know about a particular city is now a thing of the past. Walk tours are gaining more prominence as they offer certain unconventional walks that lets you rediscover a city in a completely new light.

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TTF Kolkata observes another full house edition

TTF Kolkata observes another full house edition

July 18, 2019

Travel and Tourism Fair (TTF), India’s oldest and one of the largest travel trade show network celebrated its 30th edition of TTF Kolkata this year from July 12-14 with 450+ exhibitors and a record turnout of 10,000 visitors.

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Eco Tourism in Delhi – Delhi By Cycle

Eco Tourism in Delhi – Delhi By Cycle

July 13, 2019

Cycling seems to be impossible on the roads of Delhi where the traffic seems to get worse with every passing day. A cyclist therefore is a rare sight. Although, you may see some groups paddling during the early mornings but most of them do it out of passion and not with the motiv...

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