The winning shots of the three categories—places, wildlife, people—of this year’s Nat Geo Photo Contest.
In a digital age, travellers find novel appeal in the splendour and secrets of grand libraries such as the stunning Abbey Library of St. Gall.
Travel writing was once dominated by the white gaze. The literary colossus, who passed away at 85 on August 11, 2018, broke through with a postcolonial voice that remains unmatched.
Tasting kottu rotis in Sri Lanka or riding the cave-waters in Laos; Márquez trail in Colombia or volcano-watching in Chile—there's no dearth of inspiring travel experiences on a budget, in countries with currencies cheaper than INR.
Street smart has a whole new meaning when you are planning to explore a new continent by road. What helps are hacks from the road trippers whose tyre trails and tips can be counted on.
Flying solo for five months in South America, the writer returned with lifelong friendships, unforgettable experiences and a repository of travel wisdom.
A trip here is spiritual fodder for every photographer's soul. These handy tips help capture awe-inspiring vistas and life in the Himalayan favourite.
His quest to sample authentic Indian regional cuisines in their original setting has taken Chef Thomas Zacharias places. Here he tells us what to try where—and why.
Food connoisseurs, go that extra mile for them and their exceptional inventions. They cook up a storm of a kind that will leave you salivating for seconds, and thirds.
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