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For World Tourism Day, Taj Connemara takes you around the world, but with a fun South Indian twist!

Think Thayir Wada Cheese Baked Tartelettes and Cajun Spiced Murungaikai Bean Broth!

Published on 27th September 2019

Tourism Australia on a mission to attract 1 lakh spectators to Melbourne Cricket Ground on International Women's Day 2020

This day will mark the finals of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020, which starts on February 21

Published on 25th September 2019
World Tourism Day: An OYO Home

World Tourism Day special: 5 Indian companies making a difference to the travel scene

This World Tourism Day, let’s celebrate five organisations that have given a fillip to India’s tourism by making travel affordable, hassle-free and encouraged Indians to embrace globetrotting.

Published on 25th September 2019
Wildlife Retreat at Taronga

Wildlife Retreat at Taronga: An extraordinary eco-retreat nestled on the edge of Sydney Harbour

The new Wildlife Retreat at Taronga is an elegantly designed overnight eco-retreat on Cammeraigal country, nestled within Taronga Zoo on the edge of Sydney Harbour. 

Published on 3rd September 2019
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Watch videos! 'Imagine India on a boat': Rahman, Sachin promote Champions Boat League in Kerala

As the Champions Boat League (CBL) kicks off in full swing, celebrities including AR Rahman are showing their support of the massive cultural festival and international calendar event. 

Published on 2nd September 2019
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From walking on pink volcanic rock in Lalibela, Ethiopia to soaking up views of the Inca ruins in Lima, Peru, we give you a first person account of some of the most exotic locations around the globe

Move over Bali and Paris! We scout offbeat, immersive experiences in international locations that are not on the radar of the average traveller

Published on 30th August 2019
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From Hiroshima to Jallianwala Bagh and Chernobyl, these dark tourist spots will have you rethink your travel plans 

Regions where innumerable casualties, extreme cases of human abuse, and uncontrollable freak accidents once occurred now fall into a niche tourism bracket.

Published on 30th August 2019
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Travel diary: How Perth, the world's most isolated city, is becoming Australia's new tourism hotspot

The resurgence of Western Australia’s capital city Perth is led by swanky new infrastructure, a 60,000-seater stadium, hip dining scapes and the ever-aspirational quokka selfie

Published on 19th August 2019
Flame Towers, Azerbaijan

'On the cusp of a tourism boom, Azerbaijan is one of the fastest-growing destinations in the world'

Florian Sengstschmid, CEO of the Azerbaijan Tourism Board, tells us more about the country opening up to tourists from India and around the world. 

Published on 22nd July 2019
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Ride to Adavi Eco-Tourism

Published on 19th July 2019
Heritage Resorts Coorg

Heritage Resorts, Coorg offers picnics in the wild and plantation walks for a relaxing break

Think abundant greenery, a pool, and breathtaking views

Published on 22nd June 2019
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Slum tourism is a thing now: Dharavi beats Taj Mahal on a list of travellers’ choice experiences

Dharavi Slum Small-Group Tour in Mumbai is the most popular choice of travellers

Published on 22nd June 2019
Carmelia Haven

Make this monsoon memorable with this resort in Vandanmedu which is a destination in itself

The resort is associated with 1,500 acres of cardamom plantation

Published on 24th May 2019
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Travel: Vayalar is a secluded haven encompassed by Kerala’s calm backwaters

Once marred by historic events, this blue-collar village is a fantastic weekend getaway alternative to Kumarakom and Alappuzha

Published on 24th May 2019
Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018

As Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018 winds up, Adoor Gopalakrishnan hails it as the common man’s festival

The fourth edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale formally wound up on Thursday with a closing ceremony.

Published on 28th March 2019

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