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Thursday, July 05
, 2007


 Tourism Articles


 From June 29, 2007 to July 05, 2007

Holiday For Parents-To-Be

Tourism is growing by leaps and bounds, with new concepts and packages being introduced to tap the market.

Inspiring Children

Cartoon Network has come up with an initiative, Cartoon Network School of Self Defence under the aegis of its popular show - DRAGONBALL Z.

Nature’s Own Portrait

Kodutheni Mund Just right for a day out, writes K. Jeshi.

Island In The Sun

Mainland aborigines called it Karta, island of the dead. Today we know it as Kangaroo Island, lying 15 km from South Australia’s coastline.

A Higher Plane

Bond is sleeping late, just as he warned me last night. But having trudged up the Landour Bazaar and the Cantonment to see him, what am I supposed to do? I could possibly walk on to Lal Tibba, Mussoorie’s highest peak, which is close . . . .

A Different Show

A new series on Discovery Travel & Living, “Not Your Average Travel Guide” presents an accessible approach to touring the world.

Shop Till You Drop In Hong Kong

The Hong Kong shopping festival woos tourists with plenty of offers.

In The Land Of The Gods

Here the Gods, the godly and the dead are at peace. Dharamsala, comfortably aloof from the grime of the plains at a cool 1,250 m above sea-level and a touch away from the Himalayas, is bliss in summer.

On The Trail Of The Tusker

Kabini Where elephants and tigers roam around as freely as langurs and bison, says Sabita Radhakrishna.

Flower Power

Make your travel plans now for springtime in Sikkim, one of the most scenic States of the country. The highlight of the season is the orchids that are on display at the Flower Show in the capital Gangtok.

Reservoir Dreams

I am clinging to a pole at the balcony of the Servalar dam, the only thing that stands with Goliath’s pride amidst customary lashes of wind in this corner of Ambasamudram.

Close Encounter With The Wild

I must say that the five-hour drive from Nagpur to Kanha certainly got us in the mood for the adventures that lay ahead.

Holiday For Parents-To-Be

Holidays abroad are within the reach of many, as a result. From rural tourism to cooking tourism, new packages are being offered to different kinds of people.

Where Nature’s Palette Unfolds

In Holland, the sight of several thousand tulips, standing head to colourful head, was sufficient to make poets of the common human being.

It’s Love At First Sight

Where you can spot squirrels and smell sandalwood, says SOMA BASU.

For A Happy Holiday

Going on a vacation with your family? Great. But before you set out, there are some things you need to check out.

Love At First Sight

Where you can spot squirrels and smell the sandalwood, says SOMA BASU.

World On A Treetop

Sit back and enjoy Nature from the top of a tree in Top Slip.

The Scene And The Unseen

A visit to The Prague Quadrennial 2007 not only revealed the best in the world of stage design but also highlighted the importance of a holistic infrastructure to support theatre.

Lonavala Redefines Budget Holidays

It’s natural to cringe at the thought of going on a "budget holiday" if that’s the only break you have had in ages.

Rome Offers Great Seafood

I love Europe, but if I had to pick one favourite holiday destination it would be Rome. I have been visiting this place regularly ever since I was 13, so the city has grown on me.

Paradise Called Hemu

I’ve seen most exotic landscapes, deserts, mountains, valleys, marshes, and beaches. I’ve been to places that are of historical significance, geographical miracles, or spiritual prominence.

Jai Metro! Chants Jayanagar

Residents and commercial establishments located along the North-South Corridor are a happy lot in anticipation of soaring land prices and boom in business fortunes, and the hope that the Metro Rail will not only change the face of the City but . . .

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