Management

  • In lobster land

    They say if you haven’t eaten Nova Scotia lobster in Nova Scotia, then you haven’t really eaten lobster

  • Destination Canada wants to go beyond VFR tourists from India: Emmanuelle Legault

    India has always been a traditional VFR market for Destination Canada, thanks to its huge Indian migrant community. But the NTO now wants to have a bigger slice of...

  • Swosti Group focuses on true potential of Odisha as a destination

    Continuing with expansion plans in Odisha and fully utilising its true potential as a tourist destination, Swosti Group launched Swosti Chilika Resort recently

  • Thinking ahead of times

    By understanding smaller nuances of travel trade and constantly changing with the times, Travstarz Global Group has established itself as one of the top businesses in the industry. Pankaj...

  • ICONic model

    September 2017 will be remembered for the launch of a revolutionary revenue model called i-Top by the IATA Agents Association of India (IAAI) at the association's national convention, ICON...

  • Creating opportunities in changing times

    Continuing its streak to unravel new destinations for India's outbound market, Outbound Tour Operators Association of India (OTOAI) hosted its third convention in Ras Al Khaimah to expand its...

  • Emerging pathways of adventure travel

    Going beyond the conventional idea of adventure which restricts one to the northern part of India, The Adventure Tour Operators Association of India(ATOAI) hosted its annual convention in Kerala...

  • Reinventing India’s Tourism Potential

    The 33rd Indian Association of Tour Operators (IATO) Convention was organised in Bhubaneswar from September 7 to 10 at the Mayfair Convention Centre. Apart from showcasing Odisha's tourism potential...

  • Unfolding a dream at Chilika

    For the CMD of Swosti Group, the Swosti Chilika Resort is more than just another addition to his portfolio of products. It was a vision to give the state...

  • Standardising data

    Zumata uses AI to help hotel booking platforms like Expedia manage listings efficiently

  • Hideaway in blue paradise

    Whether seeking a rejuvenating holiday or active adventure, an exotic backdrop for pre/ post wedding events or a family staycation, Hideaway Beach Resort & Spa is an idyllic...

  • Ancillary services and the travel agent: The opportunities ahead

    This paper by Amadeus, aimed at traditional travel agencies, highlights the business benefits that come from the seamless booking of additional flight-related services (also called ‘ancillary services’)

  • Magnificence on the Neva River..

    From canals to cathedrals, bridges to ballets and vintage walks to the vodka museum, Saint Petersburg is undoubtedly one of the most charming cities of Russia and a photographer's...

  • Total revamp needed to boost Indian inbound tourism

    Ministry of Tourism and travel trade associations have been working on this subject ever since our independence 70 years ago

  • We want to be the world’s largest destination management company

    With a vision to be world leader in destination management, bundled with strong technology and distribution channel, Red Apple Travel is clear and bullish on its business and future...

  • TTM+ 2017: Focus on the ‘uniquely local’

    The 16th edition of Thailand Travel Mart Plus Amazing Gateway to the Greater Mekong Subregion (TTM+) 2017 highlighted the uniquely local tourism offerings of Thailand and its neigbouring countries...

  • GST: Playing the game right

    An introduction to the new indirect tax regime – GST, which will be a game changer for the country, including the travel and hospitality sectors By Suhas Tuljapurkar

  • MICE in Dubai Future perfect

    Dubai Business Events recently organised an India Study Mission for greater understanding of the emirate's present and future positioning as a leading global MICE destination

  • On the wild side

    Embraced by Kanha National Park, Singinawa Jungle Lodge leverages upon its ideal location with utmost care for mother nature

  • Saying ‘Bula’ to business at FTE

    For the first time in Fiji Tourism Expo’s (FTE) history, the president of the Republic of Fiji, inaugurated the two-day tourism trade event held recently at the Denarau Island...

  • Discovering Red Sea Riviera

    Occupying almost 50 km of the Red Sea Riviera's coastline in Egypt, Hurghada is a vibrant city with many exciting attractions for the global Indian traveller who would like...

  • A royal retreat

    Connecting a traveller to India's rich heritage, The Lallgarh Palace in Bikaner is an ideal fit in a tour of Rajasthan. Showcasing an old world charm and values, the...

  • Celebrating Traditions

    Dvara at Siruvani, near Coimbatore is a luxury boutique resort showcasing the cuisine and cultural heritage of Tamil Nadu to the new age traveller. It is the flagship hotel...

  • Maximising opportunities for business travel growth

    Business travel sector will grow by 3.7 per cent per year over the next decade, according to a new report by Travelport and the World Travel & Tourism Council...

  • Riding the digital wave

    Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) recently hosted the first ever Digital Travel, Hospitality and Innovation Summit. Highlighting the industry's current digital transformation, the thought leaders...

  • What a world!

    Offering a distinctive experience with its natural scenery, animal exhibits, educational programmes and seasonal shows, Ocean Park Hong Kong stands out as a destination in its own. By 2020,...

  • Uhuru Mt Kilimanjaro climb: My madness to reach 19,341 feet

    Last year we had the opportunity of arranging a dream itinerary for our clients – they visited Rwanda to do Gorilla trekking, then arrived into Tanzania to climb ...