Ministry Of Tourism


Discover The Soul Of India As Airbnb & The Ministry Of Tourism Join Hands

Showcasing the rich heritage of India, Airbnb and the Ministry of Tourism have come together with their initiative ‘Soul of India.’


Why The Lodhi, New Delhi, Is Your Perfect Choice For A Safe Staycation & Celebration!

The Lodhi in New Delhi, offers a mix of all possible luxurious experiences under one roof, without compromising on safety during pandemic.


Here Are Some Easy-To-Follow Tips To Curb Over-Tourism Post-COVID-19

As travel restrictions ease, over tourism could take centre-stage again. Here are some tips to curb the same in the post-COVID-19 world.


T+L India's A-List Member, Shoba Mohan Talks About How To Keep The Conversation On Sustainable Tourism Going

How then do we keep the conversation on sustainable tourism going? Founder of RARE India and our A-list member, Shoba Mohan, elucidates.


On World Tourism Day, India Will Launch A Database Of The Hospitality Industry

World Tourism Day: this database will help in boosting customers' confidence that has taken a beating because of the COVID-19 pandemic.


#StepAhead: Here's What You Need To Know About The Lodhi Hotel's 'Stay Safe Assurance' Programme

The 'Stay Safe Assurance' Programme of The Lodhi, New Delhi takes the hotel's safety game to another level both for its guests as well as its team.


India's Tourism Ministry Takes A #StepAhead For The Safety Of Future Travellers

India's tourism ministry has tabled a draft to discuss measures crucial to reviving the confidence of travellers looking forward to exploring the country.


#StepAhead: Here's How ITC's Fortune Hotels Will Ensure Safety To Guests Post COVID-19

ITC's Fortune Hotels launch a 10-step safety and hygiene programme from pre-arrival to checkout for a secure welcome of its guests post COVID-19.


What Does The 2020 Union Budget Say For Indian Travellers?

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, on February 1, 2020 announced the Union Budget. So let's see how's the tourism sector looking this year.


Good News For Travellers Planning To Visit India: E-Visa Fee Cut Is On The Cards!

With an aim to increase the foreign tourist influx in India, a proposal for e-visa fee cut is under consideration by the Government of India.

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