Cleartrip, the latest among India's online travel portals, has tied up with Lonely Planet through a digital content sharing agreement.

Through the initiative christened small world, Cleartrip would use the Lonely Planet content on different travel destinations for the benefit of its online visitors, company founder director Hrush Bhatt told mediapersons.

"Lonely Planet is the best name in travel publishing and covers and exhaustive list of destinations across the world," he said. "We hope to complete about 400,000 transactions in the first 12 months of our operation with this improved content," he added.

The first installment of the domestic destination information includes the profiles of India`s top 50 tourist destinations. They intend to add another 450 destinations over the next 12 months. Maps are available from Lonely Planet and Google, giving users access to detailed street level maps.

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