Both Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh have lifted their travel restrictions, but each with a set of guidelines for all travellers. Here’s what you need to know.
As the pandemic continues to cripple part of the world, there are countries also reopening. We issue updates for travellers to track.
The Indian government has secured bilateral air travel agreements with U.S.A, U.K., France, Germany, Canada, U.A.E., and Maldives.
If you had planned your summer getaway to either of these countries but couldn’t make it because of the pandemic, here’s how you can still plan the trip.
The Swiss Tourism Board has initiated the Clean & Safe labelling scheme to reassure tourists that the country is a safe travel destination for their post-pandemic trip.
Mandu Festival, five days of moonlit music and grand celebrations, rekindle the Madhya Pradesh town’s old-time glory.
The state government has outlined rules to be followed by both, hospitality establishments as well as tourists, and reopened the state starting July 2.
As lockdowns continue to ease around the world, some countries are welcoming tourists again, and some forming their own travel bubbles. Here’s the low-down.
Starting today, the We Are One film festival goes live on YouTube—and it’s for free.
As travel restrictions are further eased, the Ministry of Civil Aviation has announced that domestic flight services in India will be resumed in a phased manner starting May 25.
As travel restrictions ease across India, Indian Railways will be operating fifteen passenger trains starting May 12.
From the grandeur of St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City to the modern magnificence of Cathedrale of Brasilia, this list will leave you in awe.
A writer goes hunting for adventure in land, water and air in the Scotland of the East.
For fusion music mammoth Indian Ocean, melodic inspiration is best found in travel that’s more hustle, less lounge. Where do they go from here?
Investigations continue as officials point towards hailstorm, bacterial or viral infections as possible reasons.
From the Georgian Auckland Castle in Durham to Empire State Observatory in New York, there are a slew of monuments and museums across the world reopening after extensive restorations.
The move is part of a larger drive to relax norms for travellers to Brazil.
Starting November 10, trains to the hill station will either be cancelled or rerouted, owing to the station undergoing renovation.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to two third of the world’s one-horned rhinoceros.
Travellers are advised to exercise caution.
The UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation chose three heritage sites in the city and one in Ahmedabad for their conservation efforts.
Reeling from the effects of overtourism, Hanoi becomes the latest in a growing list of destinations to restrict travellers.
After 68 days, an advisory asking visitors to keep out of the Valley has been relaxed.
The tourism ministry has taken its first serious step towards protecting the country’s heritage sites by issuing a ban on single-use plastic near them.
In anticipation of a tourism spike around Diwali, airlines introduce new flights and IRCTC rolls out holiday special trains.
Russia introduces free e-visa service for tourists wanting to travel to the Far East, Leningrad and Kaliningrad regions.
Three locations identified for the first-of-its-kind service in the state.
Indonesia's island of ‘dragons’ can be visited for $1,000.
With its new visa programme, the Middle-Eastern kingdom now welcomes tourists with open arms.
The stoic granite cliffs and crags of these quaint islands are both challenging and generous–what they demand in physical toil, they give back through a life-changing experience.
A stalwart of the USA’s natural heritage, the Yosemite and its eternal serenity can be a life-changing experience.
A week-long vacation becomes a two-month long odyssey in Mexico, making it a #LifechangingPlace.