Rather than Instagram, we should pay more attention to the despatches travel writers send.
Popular culture shows that booze can shorten any distance, even if it is galactic.
Author Amish Tripathi believes it is devotion that makes a place holy.
The Kumbh Mela is undoubtedly the largest theatre for pilgrims, their rituals and purpose.
There is too much food, history, art and architecture to consume in Georgia’s own maximum city. It is impossible to catch your breath here.
A Taj property since 2005, The Pierre has a New York soul and an Indian heart.
When the Ek Tha Tiger director wants to visit a new country, he writes a script around it.
Beyond its politics, D.C. is making history with its modern museums and scrumptious food.
Much like it did for Elvis Presley, the United States continues to give its travellers a big break.
If you want to discover Elvis and B.B. King, you need to be sat in Tad Pierson’s passenger seat.
There is a reason why we call winter ‘the holiday season’. Though days are shorter, destinations suddenly become more hospitable.
Introducing National Geographic Traveller India's August Issue.
The writer grew up in Bombay, but the city took a few decades to grow on him. Photographs by Supriya Kantak.
Introducing the 5th Anniversary Issue.
Her career has helped fuse her two biggest loves—food and travel.
Introducing the Food issue.
And the cracker May issue on festivals around the world.