The Indian government’s decision to limit the total number of domestic tourists to 40,000 a day inside the Taj Mahal has led to conflicted emotions across the world. Do we need a special privilege to visit our own cultural heritage? The question that needs to be highlighted is a much bigger one. Continue reading “India’s First Step Towards Regulating Tourist Traffic Is Under The Scanner, But Why?”
Everyone who has taken their pet on a vacation once knows that there is no going back. Every time you take a break without your pet, you have returned to the look of ‘pure betrayal’ in your pets eyes. One whiff and they know where you’ve been because we, the undeserving humans, are poor at covering our tracks. Continue reading “Top 5 Pet-Friendly Resorts In India For That Purr-fect Break From The World!”
The largest city of the western state of India, Gujarat, is Ahmedabad. The city has flourished for centuries under various rulers and its ability to absorb the best of every culture, without losing a sense of originality, makes it truly worth a visit.
Continue reading “7 Things To Experience In Ahmedabad, India’s First World Heritage City”
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, we’d like to share the stories of five women who have been striving to make tourism more responsible in India. They are the angels who have been inspiring us with their dedication and perseverance for creating and maintaining a world that is wonderful to all. Continue reading “On International Women’s Day, We Salute 5 women Making India A Better Travel Destination!”
Wouldn’t it be great if you could use a hotel for just a couple of hours and pay only for these hours alone? From business meetings to job interviews to a restful start to an adventurous holiday, such a concept is exactly what the modern day travellers needs. Frotels.com does just that. Continue reading “Here’s An App That Will Help You Save Money On Hotels, And Be Responsible!”
Dreaming about your next holiday while sitting at your workstation is quite the cliche. Nishchal Dua, founder of The Remote Life, has found a practical solution to this situation. He has been helping people around the world find jobs that require them to travel! Sounds like an angel, doesn’t he? And he is. A responsible traveller himself, Dua propogates the need of ethics while on the move from his travel experiences around the world. Continue reading “I Was Shocked By What I Found At The Everest Base Camp, Says Nishchal Dua”
Located on the Jaipur-Jaisalmer higway, the Samsara Dechu property is the perfect rendition of an oasis in the desert. The shrub-laden sides of the highway hold the promise of the desert all the way without offering more than just a peek at it. Continue reading “A Touch Of Class And It’s Magic All The Way…”