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  • Now Gulmarg to boast of its ‘largest Igloo cafe of the world’

     Monday, February 21, 2022

    To the valley of Kashmir, Anjali Choudhary, a young tourist, has travelled all the way from Bangalore just with the mission to see the ‘largest igloo café of the world’. It’s located in Gulmarg, a popular skiing destination in Kashmir. …

  • Fenix XCell Helps Globetrotter Hend Play it Cool Around the World

     Saturday, February 19, 2022

    GOLF globetrotter Scott Hend has paid tribute to innovative apparel brand Fenix XCell for helping him play it cool around the world at events. Aussie ace Hend has shown his prowess at tournaments far and wide throughout his successful career. …

  • Aymanam village in Kottayam district of Kerala is implementing ‘STREET’ project for visitors

     Saturday, February 19, 2022

    After receiving globalacknowledgment for its model responsible tourism initiatives, Aymanam village in Kottayam district of Kerala is implementing the groundbreaking ‘STREET’ project for visitors. Here ‘STREET’ stands for ‘Sustainable, Tangible, Responsible, Experiential, Ethnic, Tourism hub’. The project was organized by …

  • Hemsworth Communications keeps on expanding world travel client roster

     Saturday, February 19, 2022

    Recently, to its flourishing Travel & Tourism division, Hemsworth Communications has declared the addition of two international brands – Amsterdam-based Corendon Hotels & Resorts and Montreal-based Rental Escapes. It would be effective on an immediate basis. The firm is entrusted …

  • Seychelles: The Perfect Paradise for Nature Lovers

     Friday, February 18, 2022

    Isolated for millennia, the Seychelles Islands exist as a chain of Noah’s Arks, harbouring some of the rarest species of flora & fauna on the planet. Trees covering the granitic islands and 1500 species of flowering plants contain some of …

  • Brazil: Deadly landslides wreak havoc in Petrópolis

     Friday, February 18, 2022

    More than 104 people have died in landslides and flash flooding in the Brazilian city of Petrópolis, officials say. The city, which is located in the mountains north of Rio de Janeiro, was hit by torrential rainfall. Petrópolis is a …

  • Study reveals valuable lesson for travel and hospitality industry

     Thursday, February 17, 2022

    COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the tourism and hospitality industry, magnifying consumers’ adverse responses to crowding. Now, Dongguk University researchers demonstrated that consumers display diminished preferences for crowded venues, especially under high salience of COVID-19. However, this tendency reversed in …

  • Countdown Begins for the Return of Vivid Sydney 2022

     Thursday, February 17, 2022

    The 100-day countdown has officially begun for the return of Vivid Sydney, which will transform the CBD into a kaleidoscope of colour and light from 27 May – 18 June. Delivered by the NSW Government through its tourism and major …

  • Counting Down to Vivid Sydney 2022: 100 Days to go

     Thursday, February 17, 2022

    In 100 days from today – on Friday 27 May – Vivid Sydney will return to the Harbour City, transforming Sydney with an exhilarating fusion of creativity, innovation and technology.  Staged over 23 nights, the 2022 festival will deliver mesmerising …

  • Turkey tourism confident to bounce back at pre-pandemic level

     Thursday, February 17, 2022

    As per industry officials, this year’s season is set to take the tourism industry of Turkey once again back to its pre-pandemic levels, with high expectation that comes in the middle of risks like growth of tensions between Ukraine and …

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