Vaccine Tourism: A New Fever Grips The World From Moscow To New York

Russia is the first nation to open up the doors for tourists to visit their country, holiday and get the Sputnik V jabs.

Covid-19 Variant In India To Push Travel Industry’s Losses Beyond $1 Trillion

As India wrestles with an unprecedented medical emergency, several nations have bolted their boundaries to any guests from the country, whose diaspora is the biggest on the planet.

Distress Sale? Cleartrip Can Use Flipkart’s Money To Disrupt The Travel Bubble

In times when shopping is slow and travelling at a standstill, Flipkart made a surprise strategic move by betting on the struggling travel tech startup Cleartrip.

Vaccine Passports: Pros, Cons & How They Can Kickstart World Economy

Vaccine Passports are coming someday soon you may need to prove your Covid status to go to the pub, food-joint, travel abroad or even go to work.

The TiE Global Summit: Industry Leaders Comprehend The Shape Of Recovery For Travel & Tourism

At one of the most significant sessions in lieu of the current global scenario, attendees at the TiE Global Summit got to learn about the future of the Travel & Tourism Sector post-Covid-19, from the hospitality sector’s brightest minds. With…

In A Post-Pandemic Future, Airbnb Has A Built-In Advantage

The pandemic has brought travel and tourism to a grinding halt. When the world travels again in future, the playing field won’t be level but tilt in their favour, at least that’s what Airbnb believes.

World Tourism day: Travel first class on a low budget

Do you want to travel the world without breaking your bank? These tips may help you in getting a business class experience under a budget this World Tourism Day.

Thomas Cook: Why the World’s Oldest Travel Giant collapsed?

The world’s oldest travel firm Thomas Cook collapsed on Monday, September 23, stranding hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers around the globe and sparking the largest peacetime repatriation effort in British history.