Manasbal Ganderbal: Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Department has commenced homestay service in several areas in a bid to expand tourism in the region.
Srinagar: Lt Governor Manoj Sinha on Saturday said that 80 lakh tourists visited Jammu and Kashmir during the past few months which has broken all the records of the past 15- 20 years.
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.
Pahalgam/Gulmarg: The week-long Pahalgam Winter Carnival organised by the Tourism Department concluded here today with the celebration of the New Year.
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.
Pahalgam: Despite a downtrend amid COVID-19 influx, Pahalgam area in Jammu and Kashmir is slowly witnessing an increase in the number of visitors in recent times.
Srinagar: India-Pakistan International Border (IB) at Suchetgarh in Jammu district has become a tourist destination during peacetime.
Srinagar: Following the Webinars with Gujarat and Maharashtra Tour and Travel Fraternity, Director Tourism, Kashmir, Dr G N Itoo Tuesday interacted with the West Bengal Tour and Travel Fraternity through a Webinar organized by the J&K Tourism’s Kolkata Office.
Srinagar: Gearing up its promotional programmes outside JK, the J&K Tourism department participated in the 3- day India Travel Mart (ITM) held from 29 January- 31 January here.
Srinagar: After witnessing a slowdown due to COVID-19 pandemic, Jammu and Kashmir is experiencing a tourist influx in recent times, media reports said on Monday.
Srinagar/UNI: A 31-member delegation of Members of Parliament (MPs) arrived on Wednesday in the summer capital, Srinagar, on a four-day visit to the Union Territory of J&K to review tourism revival and developmental projects.