India Travel News
While the OTA errors debate heats up outside India too, in a latest development, the Hotel Owners' Association (HOA) of Mysuru near Bengaluru has decided that after 15 February 2019, 400 of…
In a TD exclusive, we spoke to bigwigs in the Indian travel industry and their thoughts on the upcoming Indian budget in 2019.
In an effort to raise awareness about this century old settlement, a two-day kayaking expedition is anually organised by local adventure company Jellyfish Watersports in partnership with the…
A one-of-a-kind journey; the Jagriti Yatra that recently completed its 11th edition; serves the mission of building India through social enterprise.
Making its way to the UAE’s largest, most populous, and trendiest city — OYO has announced the launch of OYO Homes in Dubai.
Abhas Desai, co-founder of Taxidio Travel India— a DIY travel planner shares his thoughts on travel startups in India and what's in store for them in 2019.
Peter Kerkar, Group CEO, Cox & Kings shares his views on trends that are set to define travel in 2019.
In this week's edition of hot hotel openings, we've included new properties from AccorHotels, Velas Resorts, Ruby Hotels, Deutsche Hospitality and Hilton.
I spoke to Chirag Gupta, CEO of Deyor Camps - India's largest experiential travel company - about staying true to your values for this week's podcast.
Founded by hotelier Kapil Chopra to target the leisure-seeking market — a new brand of intimate luxury hotels is coming to India.
India's sunshine state and tourism hotspot Goa has become more accessible for people with mobility issues thanks to Ezy Mov-- India’s first wheelchair taxi service provider to provide…
Zostel has announced the launch of their new sub-brand ZostelX– aimed to bring handpicked offbeat alternate accommodations under one umbrella for the evolving travellers in India.
Ginger, a brand of IHCL (Indian Hotels Company Limited), has introduced a new lean luxe segment, the first of its kind in India.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) launched its brand new operations management system today.
WOW air has expanded its network from Keflavik Airport by launching the Icelandic hub’s first non-stop flight to Asia, with the airline offering services to Delhi.