Category: Travel Manager

Travel Manager

Punjab – Prosperous States of the Nation

Written on September 11, 2014 in Cities of India

Punjab, Deriving its name from five full-bodied rivers–Sutlej, Beas, Ravi, Jhelum, and Chenab–which flow through its vast plains, Punjab is representative of abundant things. Located on the north-western edge of India, it is one of the smaller albeit prosperous states of the nation, and home to a lively, hospitable and dynamic people. Topograph...

Continue reading

Emerging honey pot for business – Abu Dhabi

Written on September 9, 2014 in holiday villas and apartments

The continuous effort to galvanize business tourism in Abu Dhabi, the capital of United Arab Emirates, is playing off. Strategic investment in infrastructure and pampering luxury tastes of the international meeting industry has led to a drastic boom in the number of events being held in the emirate every year. Forecasts from the Abu Dhabi...

Continue reading

Hot air balloon – Adventure Sport – Gold Cost

Written on August 24, 2014 in Australia

History of Queensland A Hot air balloon ride can be thrilling. let us see the history of Queensland first. Queensland was first occupied by Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islanders. The first European to land in Queensland (and Australia) was Dutch navigator Willem Janszoon in 1606, who explored the west coast of the Cape York Peninsula....

Continue reading

Jantar Mantar in Delhi

Written on June 4, 2014 in Cities of India

Jantar Mantar  is one of the five ancient astronomical observatories in western and Northern India, offers amateurs and professionals ample opportunities to flex their photographic muscles. India is a nation that holds a special appeal to me as a professionals travel photographer. For anyone willing to get out and look around, the country has imme...

Continue reading

Vellore fort, Tamil Nadu

Written on September 12, 2011 in Travel Manager

The Vellore Fort has a huge importance in the ancient period. There is a chain of association that is attached with the rulers that belongs to India as the emperors were not constant and kept changing one after the other.Vellore fort was built by the chief of the emperor known as Nayak. The Vellore fort was...

Continue reading

A Cathedral in Thiruvalla, Kerala

Written on September 11, 2011 in Travel Manager

This church was built in 1972, the church building is structured to suit the liturgical orientation of an individual church it is an exemplar for all churches in a diocese. This church has a unique architecture design, which was done by an ingenious architect, the well sort after, Mr. Larry Becker. The Arch Bishop of...

Continue reading

Kargil District, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir

Written on September 8, 2011 in Travel Manager

Kargil, the jiffy city of Ladakh, is to be found on edge of the Suru stream which floods at about 10,000 feet lofty, presently small of its meeting through the Dras-Shingo. Kargil is approximately 204 Km. to the east region of Srinagar and 234 Km. to the west region of Leh. It was a transport...

Continue reading

Rocky Mountains of Alberta and British Colambia

Written on September 1, 2011 in Travel Manager

Vancouver is a city in British Columbia, Canada. With its location near the mouth of the Fraser River and on the waterways of the Strait of Georgia, Howe Sound,  Burrard Inlet  and their tributaries, Vancouver has, for thousands of years, been a place of meeting, trade and settlement. The presence of people in what is...

Continue reading

Cauvery River, Karnataka – Tamil Nadu

Written on September 1, 2011 in Travel Guide

Rising from the Western Ghats range of Karnataka, Cauvery (also Kaveri) is one of the sacred rivers in India. It is of particular importance to South India, where the Cauvery River flows before merging into the Bay of Bengal. The Cauvery River covers a distance of about 765 km and flows through the state of Karnataka...

Continue reading

A Safari in the woods

Written on August 26, 2011 in Hills of Karnataka

  Book Hotels in Mysore K GUDI WILDERNESS CAMP – A Safari in the woods The trees at Biligiri Rangana Hills are perpetually in a state of bliss. In pairs and frozen, they look like they were caught in the middle of a dance by the sparse traffic that passes through the rough, virgin forests...

Continue reading

Enroll For our Free News Letter

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Categories

Top Travelers

Subscribe

Crafted with Jazztravels.com by DJMiMi
Visit Us On Twitter