Etretat is proof that there is so much more to France than Paris, with its photogenic cliffs, pebbly beaches, luxurious hotels and endorsements from some of the greatest artists to have walked the planet.
In the Jungle Book, Mowgli’s home was the astounding forest of Pench, a place that inspired Rudyard Kipling to pen down one of the most loved and appreciated work of children’s literature!
Da Nang is a city where magical realism exists. What makes it special is the chastity in its culture and the geographic diversity that is just so innate, yet so credulous!
The abode of leopards they call it; the Navegaon Nagzira Tiger Reserve, unlike other national parks, surprises you with an experience that is raw and unsullied in its own way.
The widest waterfall in the world, The Victoria Falls are truly a natural wonder of the world; and an absolute must-visit!
A journey through the heart of Austria takes you to surreal mountains and lakes, including the most Instagrammable town in the world.
Cairns at first glance just felt like the world had slowed down for a while, and we were at ease to finally be able to wander around at our own pace, after the long and hectic touristy runarounds in and around Sydney and Melbourne.
Tucked away in the East Khasi Hills, is a new-fangled city with a contemporary charisma and vintage charm. Nestled in the heart of the mighty peacemaker of our lovely Seven Sisters – Meghalaya, this bustling hill station is also known as the ‘Scotland of the East’!
A flourishing ground for one of the most sought after big cats, the Royal Bengal Tiger and a land that attracts not just wildlife lovers but also those who enjoy photographing birds and reptiles, this tiger reserve is definitely worth a visit!
As you drive through bamboo thickets, dense vegetation, picturesque meadows, dried grasslands and a peaceful medley of bird sounds filling your ears every now and then, the experience is bound to soothe the soul!