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UK lifts travel advice against a further 51 countries, including India

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The United Kingdom (UK) government has lifted its advice against non-essential travel to a further 51 countries and territories. Popular destinations like India, Thailand, Indonesia, the Bahamas, Jamaica, South Africa, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, and Cuba are among the list. It comes after the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) removed travel advisories for

TAAI signs MoU with SLAITO to promote tourism between India & Sri Lanka

TAAI Initiates MoU with SLAITO to promote Tourism between both Countries.

With an aim to boost tourism between India and Sri Lanka, leading travel associations from both countries have come forward to sync up their marketing and promotional strategies. Travel Agents Association of India (TAAI) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Sri Lanka Association of Inbound Tour Operators (SLAITO)

BLS International signs renewal contract with Royal Thai Embassy for visa services

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BSE and NSE listed (BSE: 540073; NSE: BLS),BLS International, a trusted global tech-enabled services partner for governments and citizens, announced today that its contract with Royal Thai Embassy in New Delhi for visa services has been renewed last week. BLS will be accepting visa applications for Thailand from various cities

Swisstainable: A new environment-friendly approach to travel


Switzerland is one country that has been blessed with some of nature’s most beautiful creations — from its turquoise lakes, stunning mountains, abundant flora and fauna to its clean, pure air — making it one of the world’s most famous and aspirational tourist destinations. In keeping up with the needs

Tips & tricks to get the best out of your Cordelia Cruise holidays

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India's first premium cruise line - Cordelia Cruises started sailing on September 16, 2021, from Mumbai port. Yes, the ship had multiple glitches on its first sailing but the cruise management is turning every stone to ensure smooth sailing and zero hiccups for current and future sailings. The Indian Cruise

Thomas Cook India & SOTC launches Bike Trips across India

Thomas Cook India & SOTC launch exciting Bike Trips across India

The Covid-era has given rise to a significant travel trend to explore offbeat experiences, away from crowds. With the growing interest for such non-standard holidays, across millennials, young professionals, and corporate head honchos, Thomas Cook India and its Group Company SOTC, has introduced Bike Trips. The exciting 5-12 nights trips traverse

Thomas Cook & SOTC appointed as Authorised Ticket Resellers for Expo 2020 Dubai

flydubai passengers to enjoy a complimentary 1-Day Ticket to Expo 2020 Dubai

Thomas Cook India, and its Group Company, SOTC Travel Ltd., have been appointed as Authorised Ticket Resellers for Expo 2020 Dubai, to be held in Dubai from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022. The companies’ leadership positioning, extensive omnichannel distribution network, in addition to the diversity of their segments

Maldives bans Indian tourists due to Covid crisis

Maldives bans Indian tourists

The Maldives has announced that visas for tourists from India and other nations in South Asia will be halted with effect from May 13 in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. In a post on Twitter, Maldives Immigration released a statement that said, “Temporary suspension for tourists and all other

Travel brands hijacked to dupe customers

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Leading travel brands such as Qantas, Thomas Cook, Butlin’s and Carnival Cruise Line are the latest names being used to dupe consumers with fake Facebook promotions. According to Hoax-Slayer – a website that aims to highlight internet scams – the identities of these well-known companies are being hijacked by fraudsters to obtain consumers’

Indian traveler footprint to Los Angeles reaches an all-time high in 2018

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2018 was a stellar year for the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board in the India market, as the tourism board witnessed a 5.1 per cent YoY growth increase with 130,000 Indian travellers jetting off to the City of Angels during the course of the year. Their brand marketing and