Archive for the ‘Tourism’ Category

Jordan eyeing Indian market to promote biblical sites

Country ManagerJordan Tourism Board Although present  in  India  for  some years now, Jordan had barely shown any  noticeable  enthusiasm  for  the Indian  market  until  recently. However,  it  suddenly  seems  to  be pouring much more  in  terms  of  its marketing  effort  in ...

July 27th, 2013 | Tourism | Read More

Biblical JORDAN: A Pilgrims’ Paradise

No amount of  time  is enough  to explore a country  that sits on  the confluence of  the  three Abrahamic religions of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Jordan  is home to hundreds of biblical sites  telling stories of  the great prophets of  the past  from Abraham and Elijah  to Moses and...

July 25th, 2013 | Tourism | Read More

Tourism helps reduce unemployment in Spain

The continuous drop  in unemployment in Spain is being greatly attributed to  the  success  in  the  country’s  tourism  industry.  Unemployment  in  the  country  has  been  dropping  for  four  months in a row, despite the persistent  economic crisis the Eurozone has been ...

July 23rd, 2013 | Tourism | Read More

A road to Sargaalaya: The other side of God’s own country

Sargaalaya Kerala Arts & Crafts Village, Iringal, near Kozikhode, is an off-grid retreat waiting to be discovered. An initiative of Kerala Tourism, the 20-acre centre brings together Kerala’s arts and crafts on a single platform, offering not only to the tourists to explore Kerala’s...

September 25th, 2012 | Default, Tourism, Travel | Read More

Rayirath Heritage

Rayirath Heritage Ayur Resort – nesting in the valley of Vellani Hills at Pattikkad, in Thrissur district of Kerala, is the fruitful result of the intention to provide genuine Ayurvedic treatments and wellness packages in its original and purest form in an unfold nature without diluting the ancient...

September 21st, 2012 | Default, Tourism | Read More

India and the Philippines to enhance tourism cooperation

To participate in travel fares in each countries as well as regional tourism fares to showcase tourism products India and the Phillipines have decided to enhance mutual cooperation in Tourism Sector. This was decided at the Second meeting of the Joint Working Group on Tourism Cooperation held in New...

September 16th, 2012 | Default, Tourism | Read More

Barabar Caves, Bihar: A 2300 years old Buddhist heritage waiting to be discovered

Bihar is home to not only some the greatest of Bhuddhist shrines and monuments at Bodh Gaya, Nalanda and Rajgir, but there are many more which even pre-dates the more famous Buddhist sites in the State. The caves of Barabar and Nagarjuni hills fall in this category: An incredible evidence of human endeavour...

July 17th, 2012 | Default, Featured, Tourism | Read More

MoT, Railways sign MoU on Campaign Clean India

ATN Desk A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Campaign Clean India between the Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of Railways was signed in the presence of the Minister of Tourism Subodh Kant Sahai and the Minister of Railways Mukul Roy on July 6, in the national capital. The MOU was signed by Usha...

July 16th, 2012 | Default, Tourism | Read More

Tourism New Zealand aims to expand the India market

The NTO is looking at wooing business and incentives markets from India and plans to continue its marketing effort in the new financial year ATN DeskTourism New Zealand reinforced itsongoing commitment to the Indianmarket this week with the announcementof its push into the businessevents and incentives...

May 25th, 2012 | Default, Tourism | Read More

Czech town Èeský Krumlov awarded “tourism Oscar”

The South Bohemian town of Èeský Krumlov has received The Golden Apple,a prestigious award which is the tourism equivalent of the film industryOscars. The UNESCO-listed town has joined the highly-regarded list of themost significant tourism destinations in the world. The Golden Apple has beenawarded...

May 25th, 2012 | Default, Featured, Tourism | Read More
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