Jul 192017
Best Places to Spot Tigers in India

The fact that India is home to over 70% of the total tigers remaining in the world makes it the best country to go tiger spotting. Of course you can see tigers in enclosures in many zoos but watching them in natural surroundings is unarguably an experience that has few parallels. Here is a list of top 6 national « Continue Reading »

Jun 292017
Luxury Trains in India for an Experience of a Lifetime

The whole of life is a journey which is defined by the paths we choose, the stops we make, the roads not taken, and the memories made on the way. And a long journey on a train is one of the best ways to take a step back and understand and appreciate life better and enjoy its beauty and the « Continue Reading »

May 082017
How to spend five days in Delhi, India

There are a lot of ways to look at Delhi. You can see it as the crowded capital of India, the architecturally-rich heritage of the Mughals and the British, the melting pot of cultures or the place where development of India as a nation is most striking. No matter which aspect you choose to look at, it is only going « Continue Reading »

Apr 252017
Five Experiences in Quaint Varanasi, India to Enchant Your Senses

Varanasi in India is not just one of the oldest cities in the world; it is one of the few standing testaments of a culture, its past and its influence on a country’s collective conscience. It is the place of gods, but it is also the land of the deceased whose ashes are merged with the holy waters of « Continue Reading »

Apr 042017
Most Romantic Wedding Destinations in India

The vibrant India has several exotic venues for couples planning a destination wedding. This vast country offers all kinds of choices – from royal wedding at Rajasthan to beach wedding at Goa to romantic wedding with the Taj Mahal of Agra in the backdrop – that will leave you with lifetime memories to cherish. Here are our favourite picks « Continue Reading »

Mar 092017
The Colours of India: Best Places to Celebrate Holi in India

A young girl hides away in a corner of her balcony with a water-filled balloon. She has her target set on the motorcyclist in the street, visible just behind the ‘dholvalas’ (professionals beating drums to popular music). The motorcyclist, painted in colour from top to bottom, welcomes the splash of balloon on his body with an uproar. Meanwhile, the girl « Continue Reading »

Feb 282017
A Journey through the Great Deserts of India

India boasts of a variety of landscapes including three of the most beautiful types of deserts: the Cold Mountain Deserts of the Trans-Himalayas; the White Salt Desert of Kutch and the Sandy Desert of Rajasthan. Each of these three distinct deserts is blessed with unique traits, which make them ideal escapes for an adventure/outdoor holiday. They also make « Continue Reading »

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