It’s not about the journey or the destination, but about the stories that inspire you to travel. Read about travelers escapades from around the world and share your own.
Riding through the coldest and highest of the mountains in Ladakh, the locals gave their rooves to pitch my tent. The thing that unites people is humanity!
It is a story of love and care I’ve received from strangers who opened their doors and hearts for me. It is amazing to be taking care of like a child.
We’ve rounded up kite festivals from all around the world that you can fit into your calendar and start on that ‘travel more’ resolution you made for 2018.
PJ Regan was on his journey of recovery from addiction, and to help himself out, he got himself a dog – a decision that turned his life around.
The Rann Utsav is a festival that celebrates the uniqueness of the Rann of Kutch, its culture and its way of life. It started as a three-day event which eventually turned into a three-month-long celebration full of fun cultural activities, music, and dance.
The Himalayas, specifically northeastern Himachal Pradesh, is extraordinary. Watch this amazing video to give you a taste of what Spiti Valley is like.
“Tourists don’t know where they’ve been. Travellers don’t know where they’re going”- Paul Theroux. Are you a tourist or a traveller?
Sometimes it’s a little better to travel than to arrive. I was determined to pedal on some untraveled path and that too without being bothered by the nitty-gritty of a detailed plan.
Ankit Arora, hailing from Rajasthan, became Rajasthan’s first “Super Randonneur” after his amazing 600km cycle ride, from India Gate to Wagah Border.
Ladakh is a place to connect with yourself. Sumedh tells us about his wonderful memories at three places- Khardung La, Pangong Tso lake and Zanskar river.
Fusion Food is like art. If you have the idea and talent, you can create wonders. What is more interesting is how this Fusion Food is getting a local take.
I would argue that nothing in this world is black and white. Nor is my experience with the local trains in the beautiful city of Mumbai.
Try and think about a moment that you wish could keep repeating again and again. I experienced such a moment.
We had gone for a walk to the beach near Galle, Sri Lanka at the iconic Mirissa beach, and thoroughly enjoyed the panoramic view.
Language, that people with limited vocabulary have, which i believe is pretty much all of us, is just not enough to communicate completely.
I am not even exaggerating, we were riding on the road and everything around us was fresh & clean.
All these stories were unfolding in the square inch of space that each of us had. I felt so close to them. I felt like I was a part of them.
After passing this point, I wonder if it could get better. I wonder if I should just stay back here and not head to the city at the base of the hill.
The Jain temple was calling out to me and I felt that the lighting was as if just perfect, and I was slowly disappearing into the ambiance of the place.
His voice carried the affection of a Grandparent and the sweetness of a child. I filmed him playing 2-3 of his favourite numbers.
On this journey, it was conclusively proven that the easiest way to bridge that 6 degrees difference is a bright, 4-inch smile.
Monochrome expresses in more ways than you can imagine. Nothing says it better that the Agra Monchrome Series by Siddhartha Joshi.
There’s not a lot of art that can be compared to Murad Osmann’s photos that broke the internet. Just when we thought so, we stumbled upon Sakshi’s profile.