Trans India Holidays

From Kapil Goswamy | Managing Director | Trans India Holidays

Greetings from India! The ongoing peak travel season is keeping us busy with tourists from across the globe. Our experience so far is both humbling and inspiring and we hope to see such response in the upcoming months and years.
All of us who have been involved in the Tourism Industry know India is matchless in terms of culture, history and unique geography, but there is also a lot more of untapped potential. Recently, The Government of India is making efforts to transform the tourism image of the country and cover the unexplored areas. The opening of many mountains peaks for trekking, the plans for the development of the world's highest battlefield- Siachen Glacier for tourists, promotion of adventure activities, the extension of timings of various monuments and lighting up of monuments to promote night tourism are some measures taken by the government. Steps are also being taken to highlight the unique traditions of India, such as Ganga Aarti, Yoga, Ayurveda, festivals, etc. With such an extensive selection, there is always something amazing for your clients to experience in India.

Here are some of the latest updates on tourism-related happenings from our part of the world.

Oberoi Udaivilas shines at the World Travel Awards 2019

Oberoi Udaivilas has been honoured at the 26th Annual World Travel Awards with the title of India's Leading Resort 2019 while its spa has been awarded as India's Best Resort Spa 2019. The dreamy luxury property in Udaipur has been the favourite among tourists for years with its beautiful setting and wonderful range of amenities.

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ITC Welcomhotel opens its new property in Amritsar

Amritsar, the city of Golden Temple gets a new ITC Hotel that celebrates the city’s heritage, spiritual bliss, and vibrant lifestyle. The Welcomhotel Amritsar is built around the erstwhile Sandhanwalia Haveli that traces its origins to the 1900s. Combining the architectural, cultural and culinary nuances of the city with classy facilities, the hotel is all set to welcome guests.

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Indian Cities join UNESCO’s elite list of World Cities

The Indian cities of Mumbai and Hyderabad have joined the UNESCO network of Creative Cities. Mumbai has been designated “a Creative City of Films” and Hyderabad “a Creative City of Gastronomy”. In India, they join Chennai and Varanasi, UNESCO Cities of Music, and Jaipur, UNESCO City of Crafts and Folk Arts.

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Hyatt Opens a Serene Property in Dharamshala

Hyatt Hotels Corporation open their first mountain resort property in India. Hyatt Regency Dharamshala Resort opens up in the scenic Dharamshala, Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh. Surrounded by mountains and lush forests, the resort’s signature offerings and insightful service offer a wonderful experience for travellers visiting the region.

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Destination of the Month


Located in Rajasthan, Ranthambore is one of the best wildlife sanctuaries in India. Well-known for the resident Royal Bengal Tigers, the national park is also home to incredible bio-diversity including crocodiles, migratory birds and more. Jeep safaris acquaint with the wild animals, while wildlife resorts reminisce the days when Ranthambore served as hunting grounds of the royal family of Jaipur. The majestic Ranthambore Fort is also a major crowd puller besides the wildlife.

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Hotel of the Month

Mahua Kothi- Taj Safari Lodge, Bandhavgarh

The Mahua Kothi, A Taj Safari Lodge settled in the lush environs of the Bandhavgarh National Park scores top marks for an interesting wildlife holiday. The twelve charming Kutiyas (jungle village huts) are spread over 40-acre grounds with private courtyards, swimming pool, garden, Safari Shop, etc. The highlight of the lodge is the gastronomic adventure it offers, with live spit-roasts, traditional ‘Khudi’ cooking and thali dinners.

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Experience of the Month

Heritage walking tour of Mumbai

The guided walking tour of Mumbai has been popular among our clients since its addition to our list of activities we offer in the city. The walk starts at the Gateway of India, proceeding to Bombay Yacht Club, Regal Cinema, the Wellington Fountain, the Prince of Wales Museum, and lastly the city’s Victoria Terminus Railway Station, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mumbai’s recent label of ‘UNESCO creative city of films’ makes this tour all the more interesting.

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