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RTNE’s vision is to become the partner of choice in the rural tourism industry by building the largest network of accommodations in India

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Destination Spotlight: Auli

Why Visit Known as ‘Bugyal’, meaning meadow, in the regional language, Auli is located at an altitude of 2915 to 3049 m has one of the best slopes in the world offering skiing from mid-December to March. Tourists come to … Continue reading

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Destination Spotlight: Chakrata

Why Visit Chakrata, known earlier as Jaunsar Bawar, is a quaint little hill station and cantonment area situated between the Yamuna and Tons rivers. Located in Dehradun district at an elevation of 2,270 meters, Chakrata has a spectacular view of … Continue reading

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Destination Spotlight: BRT Wildlife Sanctuary

Seven tigers in one day. That was the record among the current group of guides at the Kyatadevara Gudi (K. Gudi) Wilderness Camp in Karnataka’s Biligiriranga Swamy Temple (BRT) Wildlife Sanctuary. It was our last night in the sanctuary, and … Continue reading

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We Echo “Green” travel

By Deepak Shandilya, Sahastradhara KGFS, and Ashutosh Chauhan, RTNE. Villages are not mini-Disneylands created for the pleasure of visitors. They are home to several hundred people who love where they live. In recent times these people have opened their gates … Continue reading

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Destination Listmania

TripAdvisor recently announced the results of their 2010 Travelers’ Choice Best Destinations survey, which they segment by region as well as by interest. The results for the top 25 destinations in India are fairly straightforward, although there are a few … Continue reading

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Fighting Stereotypes

Last week, India’s Commonwealth Games (CWG) Organizing Committee Secretary General, Lalit Bhanot, embarrassed both himself and his country when he implied that officials from New Zealand and Scotland were overacting to the deplorable and unhygienic conditions of the athletes’ village … Continue reading

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