Board the five-star Ganges Voyager on a 10-day river cruise into the heart of West Bengal. William Dalrymple, author and historian will join you onboard to share his knowledge of India and explore key regions mentioned in his latest book, The Anarchy.
Messe Berlin has announce its cooperation with the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce in the organisation of the inaugural ITB India next year.
Virgin Atlantic is relaunching flights between London Heathrow and Mumbai, India, for the first time in four years. Tickets will go on sale next Tuesday, with the first service set to take off on October 27th.
The Park Hotels has launched its latest property in Mumbai. Located at Juhu Tara Road, the property is set to bring contemporary design, rejuvenating spaces, innovative dining and sensuous entertainment into this vibrant part of the city.
Established by India’s leading developer Embassy Group, Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru at Embassy One brims with modern sophistication featuring interiors by Yabu Pushelberg.
Accor has announced two majestic hotels in India - Raffles Jaipur and Raffles Udaipur. The properties were revealed earlier in the presence of Accor chairman, Sébastien Bazin, and owner, Ratankant Sharma.
Expansion plans foresee the addition of over 2,100 guestrooms through the opening of more than 14 new properties over the next 24 months.
Indian Hotels Company has introduced the Taj brand to Rishikesh with the opening of Taj Rishikesh Resort & Spa, Uttarakhand. The resort debuted earlier with a soft opening of 25 rooms and a café and will be fully completed by November.
Speaking to Breaking Travel News during ITB Berlin in Germany, Dimple Singh, chief operating officer with Creative Travel, tells us how the company is seeking to showcase India to an international market. With savvy travellers increasingly able to book their own trips online, he is keen to reveal how the organisation can offer inimitable experiences in the country.
The Indian Hotels Company has opened its second hotel in Udaipur - Taj Aravali Resort & Spa. Located in the foothills of the ancient Aravali mountain range, the resort is spread across 27 acres of lush landscaped gardens.
Unprecedented domestic passenger traffic and rapidly expanding low-cost carriers mean the country will need 2,300 new jets – valued at $320 billion – over the next 20 years, the manufacturer argues.
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.