India Domestic Travel touching New Heights

India witnessed a big surge in domestic air passengers as reported by Economic Times. The last month has seen domestic air traffic reaching new heights at least 4 times with a staggering 4,63,417 passengers once and number of flight movements recorded at 5,998 on a single day.

Post pandemic, barring last year, it has been a turnaround story for domestic airlines of India with hotels, stays and ground transport reaping benefits in full swing. This data shows lot of promise for India travel and expected to make new records. Experience amazing India packages with us.

Kas Plateau safari resumes
Day Safari at Kas Plateau resumes

Kas plateau, a UNESCO World Heritage site at Maharashtra is known for its breathtaking beauty and unique biodiversity. After a long hiatus Kas Plateau is once again ready to embrace visitors who loves nature, rich tapestry of flora and fauna, waterfalls, caves and sacred gloves. The safari covers an approximate 50 kms that offers Kas Plateau, Sajjangad Point, Mandapghal caves, Ghatai Devrai, Kumudini Lake and much more.

Narmada River parikrama reported by Lufthansa City Center Travels & Rentals
MP Tourism launches Narmada Parikrama

The Madhya Pradesh Tourism of India has recently initiated an exclusive Narmada Parikrama Tour Package of 13 nights/14 Days where you can traverse holy banks of Narmada river as it flows through the heart of the state. The captivating voyage has two interesting itineraries that widely cover Narmada Aarti, Boat Rides, Sighseeing of major pilgrimages, Omkareshwar temple, Holy dip, Jabalpur city tour and much more.

World's Largest Meditation Center

The Prime Minister of India Shri. Narendra Modi has inaugurated the newly built Swarved Mahamandir, the world's largest meditation center in Umaraha, Varanasi. Spanning for more than 300,000 square feet, the center accounts for 20000 meditation practioners. It is a seven floor super-structure carved with verses of the Swarveda upon the walls.

Bikaner Camel Festival: 13th - 15th January 2024

One of the popular festivals in Rajasthan, takes place every year in the month of January, Camel Festival represents a unique harmony between human and animal. This two-day festival is an initiative of the Department of Tourism, Govt of Rajasthan and attended by thousands of locals and tourists. The festival starts with a procession of camels adorned beautifully in traditional necklaces and anklets and vibrantly colored bridles. 

The procession is followed by a unique dance competition of the camels - the biggest attraction of the festival where the audience is left spellbound as camels dance to the music and rhythm. Turban tying competition with the tourists and cultural programs, dazzling fireworks are added attractions of the festival.

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