Marriage is serious business, and the latest to wake up to the importance of the big, fat Indian wedding are foreign airlines
Digha, originally known as Beerkul during Warren Hastings time , was discovered in the late 18th Century by the British.
One that is somehow not accessible to someone who happens to visit only places such as Jaipur, Agra, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Goa, Kerala...?
The Pushkar cattle fair transforms the holy town into a melting pot every November
India slipped from last year's fourth position.
Sachin is trading his cricket uniform for a red turban and a fake mustache and a career in ads by an online travel agency.
The quest for a fulfilling experience, however, has pushed some to make their holidays more meaningful by volunteering for some social service at their destinations.
There's nothing like a bit of travel chaos to get people talking. Add a dash of perceived discrimination into the mix, and it's the perfect recipe for a social media storm.
Skyscanner’s survey reveals that three quarters of Indians choose holiday destinations based on visa requirements
For a growing number of thrill-seeking travelers, the deep void of outer space is among the most appealing destinations imaginable.
here's a list of ways India outshines the rest of the world.
The industry was expecting that the government would give them sops to promote tourism projects, which can emerge as a major revenue earner in the hills.
People opt for such holidays to recharge their batteries
India's pharmaceutical and tourism industries should take a look at the Sultanate of Brunei Darussalam, where the two area hold immense potential for partnership.
The Spiti Valley, a cold desert dotted by tiny helmets spread over the Himalayan peaks, adjoining Tibet, takes you to a land of Buddhism and virgin nature.
The ban on sex toys is just one of these archaic senseless exercises in legislating morality or at least the appearance of morality
Planning Commission calls a high-level meeting of different ministries and national security advisor on Monday
Finland, Sweden and Great Britain, whose citizens have visa-free access to a maximum of 173 out of 218 countries, occupy the top three positions in the index
Foreign airlines don't deploy to India their best aircraft from hubs like Dubai, Singapore, Frankfurt and Brussels. The India-leg of a long-haul route always has planes which have been in service for a few years.
Neither the wobbly Indian rupee nor rising airfares can deter the growing wanderlust of the Indian middle class.
Somewhere beyond all the Bhimtals and Nainitals lies a little land, not touristy, where yellow tin roofs shine as bright as the sun and the apples grow wild and red.
While vacations in the US and Europe have become dearer thanks to depreciating rupee, travellers have shifted focus to South-East Asia and other destinations where currencies have also slid against the dollar.
Infinity pools are synonymous with luxury and beauty, as they merge with the horizon, these pools are one of the best ways to relax and enjoy magnificent views.
Rupee crisis is taking foreign travel beyond the reach of middle class, and many are planning vacations in India
An eerie silence envelopes Assam's Mayong village, well known for its magic and sorcery, as one drives towards it from the nearby city of Guwahati.
Author Amitava Kumar explains why Jack is a rare writer, chronicling India's neglected, small towns.
The sight of lush farms blooming with sarso, a merry breeze stroking the green grass and the gentle aroma of freshly baked rotisdaubed with homemade ghee, envisage these three things together and that's when you'll know you're in Punjab!
Falling rupee has little impact on Indian tourists
The quest to attain this "ultimate experience" is driving one category of Indians to shun stereotyped journeys and embark on solo expeditions
India in 2005 introduced a special visa for medical tourists, to bolster the industry. However, restrictions imposed by the visa have made it harder for them to enter the country for medical treatment.
More than 100,000 people have applied for a one-way trip to Mars, as a part of the ambitious multi-billion dollar project that aims to colonise the Red planet starting in 2022.
The US state department has issued a global travel alert because of an unspecified al-Qaeda threat.
Britain’s controversial £3,000 visa bond scheme proposed for visitors from certain “high risk” countries, including India, could take weeks to finalise after a high-level meeting here last week
Leh, at an altitude of more than 11,000 feet, is blessed with nature's bounty.
Known as the 'Switzerland of India', Manipur lies in the deep corner of the northeast part of India.
The annual Amarnath Yatra from Jammu has been halted, as the Kashmir Valley continues to be tense.
Yet another British-era relic is chugging into history books.
The Indian Embassy in Washington has contracted a new service provider to provide Visa/OCI/PIO and Renunciation Services with effect from July 1, 2013 on its behalf and has promised better services.
The craving for the home food is so great that the tourists do not mind walking the extra mile for their 'daal-roti'.
The tourism infrastructure cannot handle the tourists arriving in scenic valley. There just aren’t enough hotels to accommodate this influx.