Heavily inspired by the movie Lunchbox, as most of my wisdom comes from Bollywood, I set out for Bhutan – The Land of Happiness. Also, my friend Madhur Upadhyay and owner of Avani Earth Journeys, enticed me with photos of Bhutan birds and a super-customised itinerary focused on nature.
I do not like mountains. And it doesn’t get more mountainous than Bhutan.
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“8 million people in Delhi live in the slums,” Ravi Kumar tells us as we make our way through the narrow alleys of the Sanjay Colony slum area. “The slum is spread across 25 acres and it came up sometime in the 1980s.” Continue reading “Meet Ravi Kumar, The 19-Year-Old Who Walks You Through Delhi’s Slums!”
Cheers to this adorable couple who has taken to sharing their incredible travel experiences from around the world with their audience. Ashray (A) and Zara (Z) have been around the world spending as little, living with locals and sharing their joys with the world.
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The Blue Yonder is a well-known name in responsible travel providers from India. Their successful participation at the ITB-Asia in 2010 where they introduced their packages through Kerala, Karnataka, Odisha, West Bengal, North Eastern India, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh, has put them on the global responsible tourism map. Continue reading “Meaningful Journeys Through India With The Blue Yonder”
As a responsible trekker, my visits to the mountains are divided in two phases. Phase 1: Clean up the path and Phase 2: The trek. Traffic or not, every mountain side reeks of the impact of humans, it is not a pretty sight. Continue reading “The Mountains Are Calling, For Your Attention And Care!”
“..An insult to every Indian” was how the then West Bengal Minister of Culture had described the novel “City of Joy” by Dominique Lapierre, when it was released in 1982. Continue reading “Slum Tourism And What It Means To India”