5 Offbeat Honeymoon / Mini-moon destinations in India

Whilst a lavish break to international destinations might not be possible right now but a honeymoon right here in India or mini-moon, as some have coined the trend – is actually a pretty fabulous option. Finding an offbeat location to spend your first days of married bliss on home soil, is a trend that has been growing in popularity.

5 offbeat places to visit in 2021

This year you want to get out and see the world, at the same time ensure the best social distancing possible. Here are our 5 top offbeat locations, which are not only stunning but less frequented by tourist

5 Tea Estates where you should be sipping Tea

Who doesn’t love enjoying monsoon with a cup of tea? Sitting by the window looking at the rain, Kishore Kumar in the background, sipping your tea with hot pakodas or bhaji. A perfect way to spend a rainy day. You know what could be more perfect than that; sipping tea sitting in the midst of…

Do you remember the first rain of 2019?

Well, the 2020 monsoons are here and we are still in lockdown. The first rain made me wonder what was I doing when I experienced my first showers in 2019.

7 travel books to keep you connected during the lockdown

We long our whole lives for things we have never known, places we’ve never been. Perhaps that’s the reason we all have this unending thirst to travel. I have been oscillating between world history, future world and start-up books but naturally, travel books are on the top of my list. Every time I put down a travel book, I am left inspired, and often just itching to pack my bags and go. Then I look outside and say ‘Go Corona Go’ 

Phuket – an island you must visit

Phuket is the abundance of stunning beaches with fine white sands, nodding palm trees, glittering seas, lively towns, and absolute privacy

Sikkim – The not so explored Paradise

Sikkim has been called by various names. The Lepchas, original inhabitants of the land called it Nye-mae-el `paradise’. The Limbus named it Su Khim or `new house’ while to the Bhutias it was Beymul Demazong `the hidden valley of rice’.

Can you imagine what people eat in Andaman

Surprisingly you will find a Burmese and Thai influence on the cooking this might be due to the fact that the islands were originally part of Burma and were traded by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru in exchange of two districts of Manipur.