Madrid/IBNS: Not only is the pandemic refusing to go away but also rearing its ugly head every now and then, jeopardising the efforts being made to restart tourism.
New Delhi: Saudi Arabia is a relatively new destination on the global stage. But pitching itself as the authentic home of Arabia, the country now offers unique, diverse and unparalleled experiences, a land of natural assets, rich culture and heritage and adventure.
Srinagar: An eight-member delegation of the Associated Chamber of Commerce and Industries-Kashmir (CCIK) led by its President, Latif A Bhat, called on the Director of Tourism Kashmir, Dr G N Itoo to discusses various issues related to the tourism industry.
Srinagar: Directorate of Tourism, Jammu in collaboration with Jammu and Kashmir Cable Car Corporation, organized a Weekend Musical Cultural Evening at Bahu Gandola Station to attract tourists to Jammu and its adjoining areas.
Kohima: Nagaland will re-open for domestic tourists from Dec 27 after a prolong ban due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Kohima/IBNS: Nagaland will re-open for domestic tourists from Dec 27 after a prolong ban due to COVID-19 pandemic.
Shillong/UNI: Tourists can spend their Christmas festive season in any part of Meghalaya, as the ‘abode of clouds’ will re-open for visitors from outside the State from Dec 21.
Madrid/IBNS: Results of the Hospitality Challenge launched by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and Sommet Education in June 2020 are eagerly awaited now, according to a release by the international tourism body.
Madrid/IBNS: The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has been working closely with fellow UN agencies from the start of the COVID-19 crisis in leading the sector’s response to the pandemic and now guiding the global restart of tourism.
Madrid/IBNS: The pandemic crisis has undoubtedly devastated the tourism economy but it has also created an opportunity to rethink tourism development.
Srinagar: Director Tourism Kashmir Nisar Ahmad Wani on Friday flagged off a group of trekkers to Gulmarg from Tourist Reception Centre in Srinagar.
Srinagar: The Tourism Department of Jammu and Kashmir conducted several events in Srinagar's Dal Lake on Sunday to observe World Tourism Day.
Jammu/UNI: To revive the tourism activities, Jammu and Kashmir Government on Sunday issued guidelines for the tourists to be allowed to enter the Union Territory in a phased manner from July 14.
Rome/IBNS: Led by Secretary-General Zurab Pololikashvili, members of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) are on an official visit to Italy as the country joins hands with the global body to restart tourism in Europe in the post pandemic phase.
The outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic set into motion several changes in our lives. Social distancing and lockdown altered our daily routines. While the lockdown is lifted, social distancing will continue to be the norm until a definite cure for the virus is discovered. As the illness gets contracted with coming in touch with infected people or surfaces, it is vital to take all safety precautions. While travelling, you must continue to follow distancing as a norm. The day to day travelling, involving going to the airport should not be made using public transport. There are car rental services providing airport drop Bangalore option with the self-driving alternative.