Tag Archives: travel

Government Plans To Boost Tourism, Travel In Budget: Report

The move could add to a domestic tourism boom in the world’s second most populous nation New Delhi: The government is planning to cut taxes on travel and tourism in next month’s Union Budget and give more incentives to the $210-billion sector, government sources said, hoping to boost economic growth and create more jobs. The move could add to a ... Read More »

Travel Physical Therapy Jobs? Nursing? Farm Worker? How Could You Work Abroad

One of the biggest challenges of going traveling is having enough money to allow you to see all of the places which you would like to see, and do all the activities which you are looking forward to. One of the best ways then, in which you can travel to the extent that you’d like to, is to work abroad. ... Read More »

Airfares For US Travel in August Dipped Slightly

Airfare for August travel dipped slightly in the US. (Photo courtesy: AFP Relaxnews/ istock.com/ egorych) New figures reveal that domestic airfares in the US dipped slightly in August compared to the month before. According to stats compiled by the Airlines Reporting Corp, travellers paid an average of $456 for their roundtrip domestic flight during the month of August, compared to ... Read More »

How slowing down your travel can enhance your holiday

Time, they say, is the newest luxury item. If you’ve got it, use it well, especially when it comes to travel. And if you’ve had the chance to eat the mushroom gnocchi in the fancy restaurant on Brittany Ferries, which sails between France, Spain, and England, you know there are ways to travel well without racing across the globe, or ... Read More »

5 phone accessories that make travel easier

Your phone is already the hub of every trip you take: the carrier of boarding passes and hotel reservations; the holder of books and movies to help pass the time; the conduit through which travel photos are shared on social media. All by itself, it makes travel easier. But with a few key accessories, you can travel more easily with your phone. ... Read More »

Student travel expanding to Attleboro middle schools

ATTLEBORO — International travel for Attleboro students is expanding from the high school to middle schools as educators attempt to make learning come alive. Middle school teacher Doreen Barako took students on a trip to Athens and Rome during this past April vacation and she said plans for more travel are already in the works. England and Scotland are among ... Read More »

Business Outsourcing in Travel and Tourism: Challenges and Opportunities

The travel and tourism industry has grown exponentially in recent years with rise in disposable incomes, improved connectivity, smartphone penetration, and arrival of tech-savvy millennials. As the industry evolves and competes more aggressively, new business models have emerged in this fast-paced business. For the business process management (BPM) sector, travel and tourism presents new opportunities. Online travel companies and new ... Read More »

GST in travel and tourism

CA. H.M. Talha Rahman, Partner, Selvarajan & Co., Chartered Accountants, Chennai, speaks at length about what GST would mean for the country’s economy while giving a very accurate and deep understanding about the computation involved for the travel industry. “There is a big hue and cry about GST and people are speculating a lot about this. What we fail to ... Read More »

6 Secrets to Travel Better When on the Flight

There’s no greater joy than traveling to new places, discovering new cultures, cuisines and traditions. Some travel simply because they love to. Some travel due to various professional or personal reasons. It’s easier now to travel to far off places than ever before. Multiple airline choices and great connectivity have, to an extent, eased long distance travel. But with having ... Read More »

7 Ideal Jobs For People Who Love To Travel

Shutterstock One of the first questions I ask new clients is, “What do you want to do?” The question is often met with a blank stare, or responses like, “Well, when I was younger, I wanted to be a [fill in the blank], but…” Or, “I’m really good at [fill in the blank], but I’d never make enough money doing ... Read More »