Srinagar: ‘Explore Gurez’ influencers meet organised by Indian Army in collaboration with J&K Tourism, district administration Bandipora was launched in Gurez Valley.
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir tourism while continuing its aggressive efforts to promote J&K as round a year destination has invoked a big response from this South Indian metro city which has immense potential for adventures and high end corporate niche tourism segments like GOlf and MICE.
Kulgam: The ‘Winter Carnival’ Kulgam, organised by the District Administration Kulgam in collaboration with Tourism Department, Aharbal Development Authority and Forest Division Kulgam concluded today with a colorful felicitation ceremony held at Aharbal, here.
Srinagar: To support small and micro businesses affected by COVID-19, the Great Indian Travel, who are on a 101-day road trip campaign, reached Srinagar on Thursday late evening, where they will stay for the next two days.
Pahalgam/Gulmarg: The week-long Pahalgam Winter Carnival organised by the Tourism Department concluded here today with the celebration of the New Year.
Jammu: Eying ecotourism promotion, the Forest Department hosted a one-week training for its staff manning forest huts in hospitality trades including housekeeping, catering, and front office management.
Budgam: A tourist village in Jammu and Kashmir's Budgam, named ‘Zoogu-Khairan’, was inaugurated on Saturday, media reports said.
Srinagar/IBNS: The National Crime Record Bureau’s report has vindicated the fact that Jammu and Kashmir continues to be a safe destination for foreign tourists.
Srinagar: The Srinagar International Airport has recently witnessed a sharp increase in the number of flights as well as passenger footfall with sizeable tourist inflow being seen of late.
Srinagar: Aiming to revive water transport in Kashmir, the Jammu and Kashmir administration has brought the first imported luxury boat for a cruise on the Jhelum river, media reports said on Monday.
Srinagar: Tourists started to return to Jammu and Kashmir's Pahalgam town as authorities started easing COVID-19 curbs in the region.
Srinagar: A special vaccination drive for Tourism Stakeholders Viz Hotel & Restaurant Owners and their staff, Dhabawalas, Travel agents, Excursion agents, Adventure Tour operators, Poniwalas/Camelwalas, Paddel boat owners/ Shikarawalas, Tourist Guides, Hawkers etc registered with Tourism Department was started today in Jammu, Udhampur, Kathua and Rajouri districts.
Srinagar: Director, Tourism, Kashmir, Dr. G N Itoo took a detailed review of the issues confronting tourism stakeholders in the current COVID situation in a consultative meeting with representatives of various tourism trade bodies here today.
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Friday announced a Rs. 3 crore relief package for people associated with the tourism sector.
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir, a magnet for tourists, is ready to enthrall its guests for the next few days with a burst of colours as Srinagar city is hosting a 6-day long Tulip festival from Saturday.