From getting stuck in nets to eating plastic that they think is food, creatures worldwide are dying from material we made. By Natasha Daly.
Going back to the land on Hawaii’s most delicious island.
The sea affords an elusive freedom. Its waters can help one understand life, loss and love.
At Saffronstays Villa 270° in the town of Dapoli, the earthy insistence of simplicity mingles with the pampering touch of something close to luxury.
At Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort in Malaysia, time slows down under ancient rain trees and at Batu Ferringhi beach.
And why I am like a fish under water.
Feral encounters and surreal natural wonders abound in the island nation. | Text and Photographs by Neeta Lal.
Part of “The Trip That Changed the Way I Travel” series.
The Narara reef is an excellent alternative to those who aren't keen on diving. | By Ambika Vishwanath
There's a whole new world beneath the waves. | By NGT Staff