What Is India News Service
Thursday, October 19,  2006


 Tourism Articles


 From October 13,  2006 - October 19, 2006

Bhindawas Bird Sanctuary

There are many reasons to visit Bhindawas. For one, the road to this man-made wetland is blanketed in yellow, with acre upon acre of bright yellow mustard fields.

Beauty At Its Peak

Swirling mist, winding paths and lush vegetation... the hills are a trekker's paradise, says SOMA BASU.

Deal Of The Week

Cidade de Goa has launched two special packages for the season — Diwali Delight and Diwali Deluxe.

Boom Boom Bali

Myriad cultures, languages and common histories — these are the first things that come to the mind when one thinks of Indonesia. A rich land with 567 ethnic varieties and 600 languages, the country, along with his long list of islands, has been a . . .

White And Crimson Spectacle

The snow-clad Adi Kailash presents a splendid sight.

Oh, That Familiar Feeling

When Nokia recently decided to unveil its N series of phones, the company chose Manila, the busy capital of the Philippines, for the spectacular event.

White Tigers A Hit With Visitors To Vandalur Zoo

Both animals in good shape, and responding to their new environs well, say officials.

White Nights And Magic

So what if it’s summer,’’ I insisted. ‘‘Aren’t we talking Russia?’’ My husband stood by patiently, even as I shoved our borrowed shawls, jumpers, and mufflers and gloves into my already bulging case. Russia was always cold, or so I was told.

Inspiring Return To Nature

Rogner Bad Blumau's unique design and facilities help you stay in harmony with yourself. And be prepared to lose your inhibitions.

Eravikulam Wildlife Sanctuary

Established as a natural preserve for the Nilgiri tahr, Eravikulam Wildlife Sanctuary protects the largest population of tahrs in the world.

Holidaying On A Farm

Head to the villages of Haryana for a taste of rural life.

Deal Of The Week

Cox & Kings' `Honeymoon Packages' are valid till March 2007 and include economy class airfare from Mumbai (Kuala Lumpur/Langkawi/Mumbai), 2 nights accommodation on bed and breakfast at Hotel Sunway Pyramids or a similar hotel in KL, three nights . . .

The Lure Of The Mountains

Dewdrops do a slippery dance on tender red-green leaves and a flock of birds rush out in search of their first meal of the day — vignettes that make travelling on the treacherous hairpin bends of Valparai bearable.

Extreme Alaska

Once considered a frozen waste for polar bears, it is today a magical destination for those in search of the last true wilderness.  

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