Gurgaon (TAN): IndiGo has announced to operate daily non-stop return flights from Kannur to Chennai, Hyderabad, and Hubli from this month.
Kannur International Airport, all set to become IndiGo’s 67th destination, is the fourth international airport in Kerala, the only state in the country with four international airports.
IndiGo will start the operations from January 25, 2019.
December 27 (TravelAndy): SpiceJet has launched eight new direct flights between Hyderabad and three cities – Kolkata, Pune, and Coimbatore – from January 1, 2019.
While the Pune and Coimbatore routes will get two flights each, the Kolkata-Hyderabad route will get four flights. Also, the option for a same day return trip to and from Kolkata could benefit business travellers.
Speaking of the new flights, Shilpa Bhatia, chief sales and revenue manager, SpiceJet, said, “Hyderabad is an important market for us and we are delighted to connect the city even better. The city, famous for its delectable cuisine and tourism, is also an IT hub. Our two new flights from the city to Kolkata offers same day travel option which will benefit thousands of flyers who frequent the city for business thereby boosting the state’s growth prospects.”
April 10 (TravelAndy): Four women from Hyderabad in India recently completed a 17,000km road trip on motorcycles that saw them travel through 15 Indian states and six foreign countries.
With the objective to promote tourism and road trips in India, Shilpa Balakrishnan, Piya Bahadur, Shanti Susan and Jai Bharathi had left Hyderabad on their Bajaj Dominar motorcycles on February 11, said reports.
Apart from India, the four travelled through Bangladesh, Myanmar, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam as part of the trip, which was named Road to Mekong. Continue reading Four women bike 17000km through SE Asia
Tha airline will operate daily flights from Hyderabad to Chennai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Bhubaneswar and Port Blair, said the airline.
Tickets for their flights are already on sale.
The airline currently operates over 140 daily flights and approximately 975 weekly flights across 22 destinations.
If you have seen the Borra Caves situated near Araku Valley and come to Belum Caves expecting something similar, you will be in for a surprise.
The longest cave in the Indian Subcontinent is different and will impress you with its unique and incredible geological formations.
A great place to visit for the geologically inclined, the cave has been formed by the constant flow of water and you will see beautiful water lines on the cave walls and the sedimentary rocks. The caves are known for the stalactite and stalagmite formations and spacious chambers. Continue reading ITINERARY: Weekend trip to Belum Caves (Andhra Pradesh, India)
May 17 (TravelAndy): Alliance Air, a wholly owned subsidiary of India’s flagship carrier Air India, will fly from Hyderabad to Jabalpur and Bhopal from May 24, said reports.
Four flights a week will operate on this route on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.
The Hyderabad-Jabalpur flight will depart from Hyderabad at 12.50 and reach Jabalpur at 14.50. Continue reading Alliance Air to fly Hyderabad-Jabalpur-Bhopal
April 5 (TravelAndy): Vistara, the joint venture of Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, will start flight services to Chandigarh, from May 2, said reports.
The airline will operate daily flights to Chandigarh from Delhi and Hyderabad.
Direct flights will operate between Delhi and Chandigarh, whereas the Hyderabad-Chandigarh route will operate via Delhi. Continue reading Vistara set to connect Chandigarh
March 11 (TravelAndy): Hyderabad, the capital of India’s newest state Telangana, is set to start its first seaplane service from April 15, said reports.
After the success of helicopter tourism, Telangana is banking on their new venture of seaplane tourism.
The state government also plans to launch amphibian buses, which will be able to operate in both land and water. Continue reading Seaplane in Hyderabad from April 15
January 21 (TravelAndy): South Africa will host four road shows in Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Kolkata to attract Indian tourists, said reports.
As a part of South Africa’s ‘Made for India in South Africa’ campaign, 50 off-beat destinations in South Africa will be promoted for the first time in India.
Access to adventure activities in Monkeyland, Birds of Eden and Jukani will be given all year round for Indians. Earlier, these places offered seasonal access. Continue reading South Africa woos Indian tourists
One day during my stay in Hyderabad when I was feeling particularly touristy, I decided to spend several hours at Golkonda Fort. I discovered that making use of the audio guide there is a great way to explore the historic site as a solo traveller on a budget.
Human guides cost around INR700 and that’s probably not a bad deal if you are in a group. But as a solo traveller on a budget, I thought that was a little too much.
I read the advertisement about the audio guide right next to the ticket counter. When I asked them where I could get it, they said it would be right at the main entrance of the fort. As soon as I got there, several guides approached me, but when I told them I was looking for the audio guide, they left. The place where they rent out the audio guides is bang opposite the main entrance. Continue reading The audio guide at Golkonda is a good idea
December 8 (TravelAndy): Telangana is planning to introduce helicopter tourism in Hyderabad, the state capital, The Hindu said.
Arrangements are also being made for hot air balloons and sea plane facilities, which are going to allow the tourists to enjoy a panoramic view of this four hundred year old Indian city.
A. Chandulal, the state’s minister of tourism and tribal welfare, said that plans of promoting eco-tourism and tribal tourism along the catchment areas of Godavari and Krishna rivers are also on the cards. Continue reading Telangana: Helicopter tourism on the cards
Which do you like more — the sea or the mountains?
That’s a question I hear often. Way too often. And I just cannot devise an answer to it.
To me, it doesn’t matter that much if it is a popular beach, a sleepy village, a snowy mountain peak or a vibrant city because what my heart craves the most is just to be on the move. Continue reading Countdown to Trip #next