When in the north-eastern state of Nagaland, go beyond Kohima. Glamp at the foothills of Japfu, sample Naga delicacies and explore the unusung villages that will only foster your connection with nature
A trip with my girlfriends is long overdue and I am thinking of a destination that offers it all – colour, culture and spectacular natural beauty. I, almost spontaneously, book three seats on a flight from Mumbai to Dimapur. Read more
Some of my favorite childhood memories are the joyful times spent with my parents on a holiday, isolated from ordinary everyday activities. Between work commitments, household chores and day-to-day busyness of life, it’s easy for the family vacation to take a backseat. However, breaks with your loved ones are essential to keep the bond intact while stepping outside the comfort zone and having some fun. As I am thinking of my long-due adventure with my husband and parents, Bali comes to mind.
If you’re someone with a deep interest in politics, a visit to the former political prison on Robben Island should top your list of “must-dos in and around Cape Town”
Robben Island is famous, or rather infamous, as the place where South Africa’s anti-apartheid revolutionary and politician Nelson Mandela was imprisoned.
Known as the most European city in South Africa, Cape Town is a magical melagne of art, history, culture, and striking topography
Many talk about quitting the city life for the beauty and tranquility of the mountains, but very few end up taking the plunge. With a paradise like Cape Town in existence, you may want to change your plans. When you visit the city, you come to the realisation that you can savour the best of both worlds without having to give up on either. Yes, Cape Town is a jewel in South Africa’s crown that’s endlessly fascinating. While its beaches and mountains burst with flora and fauna, the harbour and streets are buzzing with contemporary coffee joints and nightlife destinations. This is where age-old architecture blends seamlessly with minimalist avant-garde designs.
Jaw-dropping scenery, immaculate beaches, delicious food, untouched wildlife, rich history, diverse culture, gorgeous hiking trails, world-class wine – Cape Town has it all and a lot more.
Kangaroo Island is all about simple things that truly matter in life – peace, beautiful landscapes and good food. Here’s what you can do in South Australia’s animal kingdom
Picture an island 4,405 sq km long with a population of merely 4,600 humans and uncountable wildlife. A place where you aren’t greeted with morning newspaper, but Australian sea lions basking on pristine white beaches, koalas dozing on towering eucalyptus trees and kangaroos – many carrying their young joeys in the pouch – hopping around in vast verdant spaces. A place where people have deep values, simple genuineness and a special connection with each other as well as the nature around. That’s Kangaroo Island (KI as locals call it) for you – a remote, rural Australian experience.
In South Australia, what’s on your plate is as diverse as the region’s people and scenery. Here’s an epicurean’s guide to the mecca of “fusion food”