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The future‘s not an option : it has to be green

Julian Matthews, Chairman, TOFTigers
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Let’s cut to the chase. The World Economic Forum’s latest report recognises that India is ranked 6th for its number of natural World Heritage sites – yet the attractiveness of its overall natural assets is a disappointing 113th, a ‘gap’ that ensures that tourism, a critical conservation tool is not prioritized by governments or supported significantly enough by private enterprises, ... Read More »

Goa is just not for its Beaches but Birding as well!

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#TravelMail ( #www.travelmail.in ) Goa is just not for its Beaches but Birding as well! Goa that is known as a beach tourism destination which attracts millions of tourists every year also attracts tourists for its unexplored hinterlands dotted by wildlife and bird sanctuaries. Goa offers the perfect setting for ornithologists and bird-watchers and has attracted attention in recent years as an ... Read More »

Solo female travellers and forex woes

Solo female travel is on the rise! We are surrounded by strong, determined, independent women, and what better way to fulfil that independence then to travel solo? The year 2017, has shown up a dramatic increase, in the interest of women in solo trips. Today female travellers are independent, unafraid, and looking to explore new destinations their own way. When ... Read More »

India expands E-visa power

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#TravelMail ( #www.travelmail.in ) #TravelNews #TourismNews #DailyNews #BreakingNews A new liberalized E-visa regime has come into effect from April 1, 2017. It will bring cheer to citizens from 161 nations around the world planning to visit India. The window period for online applications and period of stay in India have simultaneously been enhanced. The conventional process of granting visas by ... Read More »

Destination Kasol: Rejuvenate yourself with serenity, peace in the nature’s lap

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Special Feature on www.travelmail.In Kasol (Himachal Pradesh): Break the monotony and get out of your hectic city life to explore the silence and solace of nature amid glorious mountain peaks. In the land of the Himalayas, there are many places to rid yourself of stress and truly search for peace. Kasol, located 42 km east of Kullu district between Bhuntar ... Read More »

An MBA and her ‘#Maa-ka-Pyaar’ Food Cart

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Mohali (Punjab): She quit her job as a HR professional in a leading telecom company to do something on her own. The food for thought on doing something came, literally, via the tummy route in her case. In a matter of days, Radhika Arora was on the road to success with her own business enterprise – a food cart. Having ... Read More »

Mugging, language barrier come in way of fully exploring Madrid’s beauty

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Madrid: Visiting a new city evokes a lot of excitement, especially when it turns out to be the capital of Spain, a country known for its romanticism. Travelling to Madrid for the first time brings a lot of visuals to mind, a place where football club Real Madrid celebrates championships galore, is home to the Royal Palace and the singular ... Read More »

Hotels.com: Travel Tips during winter & last minute holiday bookings

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Travel Mail Online (www.travelmail.in) With the days turning colder, many start to think about taking a quick family break. To help ensure that travellers make the most of their much needed vacation time, Hotels.com, the global hotel bookings expert, has compiled a list of travel tips to ensure your holiday is a memorable one! 1. Travel light: It is always best ... Read More »

Vijayadashmi: Celebration of Dussehra

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Travel Mail Online Special Feature (www.travelmail.in Being one of the four main festivals of India Vijayadashmi is also known as Dashahra/ Dussehra /Dasara /Dashain or Tenth day of Navratri or Durgotsav. It is one of the most important Hindu festivals celebrated in various forms, across India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. The name Dussehra is derived from Sanskrit Dasha-hara literally means ... Read More »

Navratri: The world’s longest dance Festival from October 13-21 in Gujarat

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Travel Mail Online (www.travelmail.in) Symbolizing victory of positivity over negativity, Navratri literally means ‘nine nights’ in Sanskrit. Nav means Nine and Raatri means nights. During these nine nights and ten days, the three forms of the goddess -Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswathi – are invoked. Navratri, meaning ‘nine nights’, is one of the most popular and widely celebrated Hindu festivals in ... Read More »

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