Saturday, January 19, 2019

Adventure Tourism

Adventure Tourism
kufri snowfall

Snow Trekking boosts tourism in Himachal Pradesh

SHIMLA: The snow trails in Himachal Pradesh are attracting the attention of tourists seeking to travel to some exotic place and witness the phenomenon...

Outbound Adventure Tourism Report launched

MUMBAI Active Holiday Company, an adventure tour company in India, has launched its first Outbound Adventure Tourism Report. The report highlights that the most popular...

Ministry renews memebership of adventure tourism body

INDIAThe Ministry of Tourism (MoT) has renewed its membership with the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA), which is an international association based in the...

Adventure camp takes off in Aurangabad

AURANGABADThe first batch for the adventure camp organised by the forest department left for Daulatabad fort on Saturday. The camp was expected to kick...

Nepal promises major climbing reforms

KATHMANDU Three days after a deadly avalanche on the Mt Everest slopes claimed 13 lives, the Nepalese government Monday promised major reforms in the mountaineering...

Everest shuts down for the first time since 1987

Climbers and their local guides were descending from Everest base camp yesterday as officials said a sherpa boycott and fresh avalanches had ended hopes...

MTB cyclists defy age to ride on passion

SHIMLA Cycling in India is generally not considered a sport but a mode of transport. But some not only take it as a sporting discipline...

Paragliding institute to be set up in Bir

BIR BILLING Buoyed by the success of the AAI Paragliding World Cup, which India hosted for the first time, the Himachal Pradesh government on Sunday...

Kerala to develop three adventure tourism sites

MUMBAI The Kerala Adventure Tourism Promotion Society (KATPS) set up by the Kerala government for promoting adventure tourism in the state is finalising the master...

Surfing catches on in Karnataka

MANGALORE Surfing is slowly but surely catching on in Karnataka. With the state government too looking at ways of improving beach tourism, the same is expected...