SRINAGAR: Today's Traveller Magazine has conferred the prestigious "Best Adventure Destination" in the country award on Jammu & Kashmir.

Srinagar: Governor NN Vohra here today reviewed the enforcement of the cleanliness and sanitation arrangements put in place at all camps and on both the Baltal and Pahalgam routes for the ongoing A

New Delhi It’s not the beaches of Goa or backwaters of Kerala that entice domestic tourists. Uttar Pradesh tops the chart of domestic tourist visits, registering 155.4 million of them in 2011. In fact, the state pipped Andhra Pradesh this year to bag the top slot.

According to the ministry of tourism data, the number of domestic tourist visits (DTVs) to the states and Union territories during 2011 was 851 million, registering a strong growth of 13.8% over the previous year. This, despite the economic slowdown. There were 748 million domestic tourist visits in 2010 and 669 million in 2009.

SRINAGAR: Minister for Tourism and Culture, Nawang Rigzin Jora today said that tourism potential of Dodhpathari is being explored fully by creation of tourist related infrastructure and development

New Delhi: Next time you visit Qutub Minar, take care not to litter. Or you may just find yourself being forced to pick it up and junk it in the bin by a volunteer.

Madhya Pradesh bagged the National Tourism Award on Wednesday for developing tourism related infrastructure and programmes and also for Best Tourism Film and Best Tourism Promotion Publicity Materi

Presents National Tourism Awards urging tourism industry to ensure culture of hospitality

Quoting the age-old tradition of ‘Athithi Devo Bhava' (Guest is God), President Pratibha Patil on Wednesday urged the tourism industry to ensure that the culture of hospitality that the country is known for is maintained and that the principle of “responsible tourism” is adhered to.

Ahmedabad: The ‘Khushboo Gujarat Ki’ advertisement campaign featuring the state’s brand ambassador Amitabh Bachchan will now go global from January 2012.

PANJIM: Union Minister for Tourism Subodh Kant Sahai has said that issues pertaining to garbage treatment and lack of proper sewerage system need to be tackled as a mission such that G

India stole the limelight at the World Tourism Mart 2011 here by wining two global awards — World’s Leading Destination and World’s Leading Tourist Board.