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Ever wondered what luxury travel in the ‘70s was like? Read more

Blast from the Past: The London to Kolkata Luxury Coach

An exotic holiday that’s easy on the pocket—a vacation at the Andaman and Nicobar Islands includes beaches, scenic islands, the Cellular Jail, water sports like scuba diving, snorkelling, sea walking and more. While these are some... Read more

Going beyond the average Andamans Package

New York, Los Angeles, Washington, Orlando—these are some names that come to mind when you think of a trip to America. But here are some other US destinations that are a must-have on every whiskey lover's bucket list!... Read more

Bourbon Trail

The Puri Rath Yatra celebrations kicked off yesterday in a slightly unusual fashion. With strict safety protocols the centuries-old procession was carried on unperturbed.... Read more

Puri Rath Yatra

Movies are the best and instant remedy to satiate your wanderlust. Binge on these 25 travel movies and take a virtual vacation to your favourite holiday spot!... Read more

25 Travel Movies For Your Wanderlust

Can't wait for the lockdown to be done and escape to your favourite holiday spot? Here is a quick read on what travelling will look like for the next few months and what you can do if your travel plans have gone kaput.... Read more

Corona and Travel

Holiday planning for women can be tough. Apprehensions about safety can simply make you and your girl squad cancel plans. Here are seven women-friendly destinations to celebrate your feminism and freedom!... Read more

7 Women-Friendly Destinations

A melange of beautiful landscapes and monuments, diversity in culture and cuisine and much more, Vietnam offers some unique experiences that you must try!... Read more

5 very Vietnam experiences you wouldn't want to miss

A valley adorned by hoodoos in soft rock—popularly called fairy chimneys—the Göreme Valley is one of the most spectacular places to visit in Turkey. Turkey holidays are hardly ever complete without a visit to Cappadocia, one of th... Read more

Cavernous Cappadocia

A few months ago, I had the good fortune of visiting Ladakh, a land of rugged mountain peaks and arid landscape. It was during this trip that I heard the term ‘Sustainable Tourism’. Now, this word fascinated me enough to keenly li... Read more