Travel And Tourism Facts
Before 1996, travelers were not required to present any form of ID before boarding a plane and a large secondary market for airline tickets existed. It was finally implemented as a knee-jerk response to the TWA flight 800 mystery.
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living structure on Earth, over 2000 kilometers long.
Australia is an island and at that, it's a huge island. This allows you to visit over 10,000 beaches across the country.
You must also know that India is home to the 60% total tiger population, which is one of the enticing reasons to visit our country for wildlife photographers or adventure tourists. History and culture lovers never hesitate to go on a trip to the Varanasi that is one of the world's oldest cities.
There are many reasons to people visiting our beautiful country and one of them is our cuisine. Do you know that Indian cuisine is the oldest cooking continually prepared in the history of man?
India has the world's second-largest road network and that's helping the huge influx of tourists visiting our country.
Another surprising fact is that in terms of donations the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is the richest temple in the country.
At least 500,000 devotees visit the Tirupati Temple every year during Brahmotsavam, making Tirupati one of the most visited holy places in the world.
The 2011 Kumbh Mela saw this planet 's largest assembly of humans ever. The count was over 75 million and this meeting was so massive that it could even be seen from space
The Indian National Day of Tourism is January 25th.