Negative RT-PCR report needed to enter Himachal Pradesh after April 16

Negative RT-PCR report needed to enter Himachal Pradesh after April 16

The Himachal Pradesh government said on Sunday it will issue a directive asking people traveling to the state from Punjab, Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh to carry a negative RT-PCR Covid-19 test report after April 16, the chief minister’s office said. The …

The Nautilus Maldives adds skydiving to its adventure experiences

As part of the free-spirited experiences offered at The Nautilus, the ultra-luxe private island of Maldives has launched its brand new adrenaline-fuelled adventure, skydiving. As part of The Nautilus’ plans to provide the ultimate Maldivian haven for guests post-pandemic, this latest addition to the already impressive repertoire of experience is for those seeking a moment of air-borne astonishment. This latest skydiving offer from The Nautilus falls at the same time as their “ultra-itineraries” package launch. Guests can rest assured that their safety remains the priority for this breath-taking venture with an extensive skydiving team to take care at each step. Just a 20 minute yacht ride from The Nautilus at Dharavandhoo domestic airport, guests will be greeted and fully briefed by the expert skydiving team. Adrenaline-seekers will then don their jumpsuit, strap on their goggles, board the aircraft and experience the most sensational moment of their life as they and their experienced instructor edge towards the door, peering down at the tourmaline Maldivian seas. After a short 20 minute plane ride, guests and their instructor will launch into the sky and freefall for one minute at speeds of 200 kmph before their parachute-canopy opens. Once the parachute opens, you can enjoy a full 360-degree view of the baa atoll like no other for a whole five minutes before safely landing on the Maldivian white-sands.

As part of the free-spirited experiences offered at The Nautilus, the ultra-luxe private island of Maldives has launched its brand new adrenaline-fuelled adventure, skydiving. As part of The Nautilus’ plans to provide the ultimate Maldivian haven for guests post-pandemic, this latest addition to the already …

Air Seychelles starts twice weekly operations to Mumbai

Air Seychelles starts twice weekly operations to Mumbai

Air Seychelles has resumed Mumbai operations with twice-weekly operations under the air bubble arrangement with India. Seychelles is the second foreign destination after the Maldives which has opened for tourism. Air Seychelles flights departing Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Mumbai will operate on Thursdays and …