Ladakh is a dream destination for many. We have all dreamed of our perfect trip to Ladakh with family/friends, covering the mighty Khardung La, the scenic Nubra Valley and the famous Pangong Tso. Some new routes are now also showing up on the map of tourism in Ladakh. Tso- Moriri, Lamayuru, Hanle being some examples...Read More
The Hornbill Festival may have put Kohima on the global tourism map, but the rest of Nagaland is still shrouded in mystery. Many presume that the state lies beyond the ambit of tourism because of its topography, inaccessibility, and tight-knit tribal communities. But are these perceptions in sync with reality? Nagaland busts many myths as...Read More
Leadership, Change Makers, Responsible Travelers – Tourism fraternity has always come up with these terminologies for sustainability flag bearers. These are the people who are looked up to by everyone to bring out positive change in the mainstream practices. They are often seen passionately ‘Talking’ OR ‘Discussing’ their innovative ideas and believes about what can...Read More
The year 2020 was poised to be a defining year in travel. Over 1.4 billion people took a vacation in 2019, contributing to over 10% of the world’s GDP in terms of finances and employment. But blindsided by the Covid-19 pandemic, the world of travel came to a complete standstill by March 2020, of course,...Read More
Ladakh is unarguably one of the finest locations to travel in the world. The place has something to offer to everyone — be it an adventure enthusiast, nature lover or a philosopher seeking the true meaning of life. A road trip to Ladakh is an experience in itself. The roads leading to this remote destination...Read More
Vietnam, known as the land of “Ascending Dragon” for its geographical shape on the map, is home to 54 ethnic groups each with their own unique identity and culture. In the past few years, Vietnam has become a popular South Asian destination with 15.5 million tourists visiting the country in 2018 alone. This boasts its...Read More
Ever heard about people living in hills of India who do not belong to any religion? OR did you know there is a landscape in India that looks exactly like the Microsoft wallpaper? OR by any chance, you heard about a trekking trail where you are surrounded by butterflies while walking? Well, you can find...Read More
‘At one point in time, we do feel leaving a legacy behind.’- Emil Ibakov from Jyrgalan, Kyrgyzstan got committed to this thought. Pristine valley of Jyrgalan, Kyrgyzstan Jyrgalan is a remote village nestled in the mountains of eastern Kyrgyzstan. It was once a thriving mining community but was abandoned after the Soviet Union collapsed. Emil...Read More
Once you’ve reached Leh, there are many options for you as a traveller to explore Ladakh. One such place, at a distance of 211km from Leh, in the peaceful region of Rupshu, is a small village called Korzok. Set on the banks of Tso Moriri, the largest high-altitude lake entirely within India, Korzok is perched...Read More
Ladakh, The land of high passes. Once a trekking destination for the West but as the gates opened up and development came in, Ladakh has now become a planned travel destination for everyone. Every year hundreds and thousands of the tourists visit Ladakh but how many can claim to touch its soul? For the majority...Read More
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