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Now book remotest Indian hotel online

February 11, 2008 14:31 IST

All your travel twinges can be put to the bay by logging on to one site -- Lomanika.com, launched by Indsoft Systems, one of India's largest online solution companies. This site includes more than 2000 hotels from India's metros as well as remotest regions across the country.

Tourism in India has taken a big leap especially after the Incredible India campaign launched by the government.

"There are so many places in the country which are left untouched, unexplored mainly because of the accommodation and the booking problems. Different websites in India provide the option for online booking but the number of hotels on these sites is restricted to 150-200. We wish to break this barricade and make travel simpler and more accessible to the common man," says Atul Khekade, Director of Business Development at Lomanika.

Other such hotel booking websites make possible only the booking of hotels in the metros. But with Lomanika you can book any hotel across the length and the breadth of the country, right from Leh to Vishakapatnam, from Ranakpur to Manipur.

"Experience, travel - these are as education in themselves said Greek playwright, Euripides. Through this site I wish to give an experience of traveling," says Hitesh Kakkad, CEO Lomanika.

The most important feature of this site is its cost effectiveness. International as well as domestic travelers can get their hotel bookings done and that too at about 75% discount. Lomanika is also trying to foray into the Asia Pacific region.

The bookings are instant. People can pay online or telephonically, as all major credit cards accepted. Visitors can also get involved in travel related discussions on Lomanika Forum helping them get the most effective and up to date travel solution.