IHR Launches Tourist-Friendly Maps in Its Website

Last week Indiahotelreview.com India's fastest growing online travel agency introduced a new plan of tourist friendly Destination Charts and Standard Maps to make destinations more attractive as well as accessible to the vacationers.

Noida, India, June 14, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Announcing the plan IndoaHotelReview.com's Business Head Ankit Rastogi said that these Standard Maps and Distance Charts are to be an integral feature of every destination showcased in the IHR Travel Guides. With this IHR already a leader in its genre added another milestone making its website a one stop solution for all the queries of the tourists.

Commenting on the launch Ankit said “Once you have arrived in a destination the most common question that is in everybody's mind is what to see. This assertion of ours is based on the overwhelming number of questions we get daily in our Travel QNA section.”

"The web is flooded with sites offering maps to the travelers, but even a cursory look and you will feel that they are not reader friendly, loaded with all the details geographical or otherwise but these hardly appeal to an average tourist looking for easy information. Our Maps and unique distances chart are simple tools to assist the travelers with a clear cut idea about the standard set of places to visit. The whole idea is to make traveling easy for the masses and bring them a step closer to the destinations.” Ankit said.

“To cite an example, Coorg is an important destination in the tourist map of Karnataka, a lot of confusion persists in the mind of tourists on how to approach Coorg. Starting right from the different names of Coorg, to the right order of visiting the various sightseeing locations. Our distance chart is tailor made specifically to show all the important locations from Madikari, the headquarters of Coorg district. Our endevaour to have maps and distance charts for places is in many ways pathbreaking, no travel website including the big guns have thought this way to facilitate a hiccups free traveling." Ankit asserts in the concluding note.

Natasha Jones