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Travel to Kashmir -Tourists Flock to Patnitop Hill Station to Beat the Summer Heat

Kashmir tourism has seen a great upsurge of tourists recently. To beat the soaring temperatures of the plains, people are flocking to the Patnitop hill station which is situated 70 miles from the state of Jammu & Kashmir. Since Patnitop lies more than 65-hundred feet above sea level, tourists find this place to be a big relief from the hot weather that prevails in the plains during warm Indian summers.

A New Height of Kerala Tourism - ‘Munnar Hill Station’ Voted As Asia’s Second Best Tourist Destination

The beautiful hill station Munnar is a crown for Kerala Tourism. It has been recently ranked Asia’s second best travel destinations by renowned travel guide, TripAdvisor.

Himachal Tourism- Himachal Pradesh Has Been Declared India’s Best Summer Destination by Outlook Magazine

Himachal Pradesh has been adjudged as India’s best summer holiday destination by the renowned Outlook magazine in its annual Outlook Traveler Reader’s Survey. A trophy for this recognition was handed over to the state chief minister Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal by the Principal Secretary of Tourism, Miss. Manisha Nanda and the director of Tourism & Civil Aviation, Mr. Arun Sharma; on behalf of the publication group. Offering Money Spinning Packages for the Kumbh Mela 2010

Nerve yourself to face the crowds for some amazing picture opportunities. In addition fulfill your spiritual quota for the year with newly designed packages for Kumbh Mela 2010.

Indian Travel Packages Launches New Website Design

Indian Travel Packages, one of the most eminent and renowned travel operators in India launched its new website design. Initiates Save Tiger Mission

Every adventure and wildlife loving person has a life-long dream to see tigers in the wild. Carrying this one particular thought many people opt to go for wildlife or tiger tourism packages. But for the past 30 years the picture has changed drastically. The dilemma is- these large predators slowly and notoriously are decreasing in number. Just 100 years ago there were over 100,000 wild tigers in Asia, but today the scenario is different with figures reaching to 5,000 hardly. India has always been known for numerous national parks, but as per the latest tigers census indicates the number of tigers are declining at fast rate. In fact in many parts of India the probability of sighting one tiger in the wild is getting lower day by day.

Tour My India Launched Its New Office in New South Wales, Australia

Tour My India, one of the growing and leading tour and travel services in India has opened its new office in New South Wales, Australia.