It’s hard to ignore the itch to travel. With the world still locking and unlocking at an unsure pace with the threat of Coronavirus still looming large on all of us, this might be a good time to re-examine the way we travel. Emphasis on health and safety will be the new normal in travel for some time to come and we hope that people will explore more opportunities to leave less negative impact on destinations.Continue reading “Aching To Travel? Memories Of A Near Zero Waste Trip To The Mountains Will Inspire You”
As a development professional, I often get to visit places that an urban traveller wouldn’t generally consider for a holiday. One such instance was when I was required to visit the capital city of Chhattisgarh (a young state situated in the centre-east of India), Raipur, for some last-minute meetings at the Ministry. The one-and-a-half day visit was surely not enough to explore the growing city in its entirety but I did get a glimpse into the surprising blend of traditional and modern life. Continue reading “Raipur, Chhattisgarh: Land Of Gonds, Bhils And Surprises”
Being a traveller and trekker myself, I have become sensitive to the environment and surroundings. This sense of responsibility magnified when my feet touched the Himalayas. Being a part of the urban populace, we may not observe pollution and litter because it is pretty much everywhere, but the seriousness of the issue dawns on you when you enter a zone which is supposed to be clean and serene and we find traces of our irresponsibility in such areas.