Searches for Inbound Tourism to India rising high

The festive season in India once again is becoming a hot point of interest for international travelers. A recent report by world's leading travel search engine says that top nations like US, UK, Canada, Australia, UAE, Germany, Qatar, New Zealand, Singapore and Saudi Arabia are searching more for Indian destinations this festive season. Inbound travelers are preferring major Indian cities with most searched hotels in New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kochi, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Ahmedabad and Kolkata.

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Assam's wildlife sanctuary reopens

The dream destination for wildlife lovers - Assam's Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary has finally reopened its gates to tourists. The sanctuary is spread over 38.8 sq km and widely known for the exotic Indian One-horned Rhino population. With 93 rhinos in the park living in a 16 sq km habitat you will also find nearly 2000 migratory birds, a huge number of reptiles and other wild animals including leopards, wild boars, elephants, barking deer and wild buffaloes, among others.

 

First time Slender Loris Sanctuary in India

This will be the first in India as Tamil Nadu is all set to unveil Kaduvur Slender Loris Sanctuary in Karur and Dindigul districts of the state. Spread over a big 11,800 hectares, Kadavur Slender Loris Sanctuary will include the regions of Vedasandur, Dindigul East & Natham taluks in Dindigul, and Kadavur in Karur district. In addition to that the Tamil Nadu Government has also initiated India’s first Dugong Conservation Reserve in Palk Bay, an Elephant Reserve at Agasthyamalai (Tirunelveli), Nanjarayan Tank Birds Sanctuary in Tiruppur and Kazhuveli Bird Sanctuary in Villipuram. Tamil Nadu has now become a hot spot for wildlife reserve and an amazing point for wildlife enthusiasts. 


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The Festival of Lights


Durga Puja has just concluded with a Big Grand Carnival in Kolkata, West Bengal. Dignitaries from UNESCO with other foreign delegates, domestic and international travelers have witnessed a great spectacle. Now is the time to celebrate DIWALI - the Festival Of Lights. A unique festival celebrated all over India with tremendous enthusiasm, colours, decorations and most importantly lights and firecrackers. On Diwali nights, Indian skies will showcase jaw dropping sights of millions of firecrackers exploding like big blooming stars. People would come out on road and celebrate with lights and rangolis.

Parallel to Diwali, West Bengal will host another big festival on the same day - The KALI PUJA. Another unique event will be celebrated with equal enthusiasm all-over West Bengal with varieties of pandals and idols of Devi Kali portraying the quintessential Indian culture.

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