We looked inside some of the tweets by @lonelyplanet_in and found useful information for you.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
11. in category Books
521. in category Entertainment
532. in country India
Infographics shared on Twitter get 832% more retweets than images and articles.
After a shutdown of more than 100 days, ASI-protected monuments to welcome visitors from July 6. This is great news but domestic movement for leisure is likely to be limited in the coming months. So folks, stay safe and wait for the right time to travel! ©https://t.co/9yXWNqVSlD https://t.co/eXHG28aQ67
The Goa state government announced its decision to re-open the state and resume domestic tourism activities from July 2nd Some 250 hotels have been granted permissions to reopen with safety and health protocols in place in the wake of COVID-19. © https://t.co/xyEp3ydEE2 #lpin https://t.co/d07drr6g1t
The fast-growing ethnic tourism sector can be one of the best ways to support the indigenous people and their way of life. Here are 20 select images from around the planet, celebrating the culture of indigenous peoples that are waiting to welcome us back. https://t.co/guUC96nQJQ
Nestled in a destination that itself is nothing less than paradise on earth itself, Devikulam is one of the hidden gem-like hill stations of #Munnar that will make you fall in love with the southern part of the country in an instant. @KeralaTourism ©https://t.co/xyEp3ydEE2 https://t.co/crxPbZNUEB
Ancient trees wrapped in coiled creepers? The scuttle of a porcupine or a jungle fowl? The soothing atmosphere and the thrill of seeing the big striped cats of the Indian wildlife landscape, Ranthambore wildlife sanctuary checks all these boxes. ©Sourabh Bharti/Shutterstock.com https://t.co/CiRl1ZI29l
Indian coffee is truly sustainable – environmentally, economically, and socially. And the coffee from Chikkamagaluru is well known in the world market. Shreedev Hulikere, a coffee connoisseur gives a lowdown on the region’s best coffees. #LPIndia #lpin https://t.co/fzVvcVutQ0
Can you identify this popular railway line in North India, which holds UNESCO World Heritage status? This train ride is one of India’s most incredible feats of engineering & is also famed for its dramatic views over Himachal’s pine & fir-covered hilltops. ©https://t.co/9yXWNqVSlD https://t.co/vnZd0wKydi
We’re excited to announce our collaboration with Apple Maps. Starting with San Francisco, then followed by other cities, Lonely Planet will offer a series of curated places to help you discover your neighbourhood and beyond. Available on the redesigned Apple Maps app this fall. https://t.co/3Vi2V693dC
The traditional bridges in #Meghalaya are made entirely out of living trees. They are handmade from the aerial roots of rubber fig trees by the Khasi and Jaintia masses. Share this #WednesdayWisdom fact with your friends/family and make them aware of this marvel of nature. #lpin https://t.co/KsWvyPNHkM