... and not just a concrete jungle. A book by well-known environmentalist and naturalist Sunjoy Monga talks about wildlife habitats near Mumbai
Australia is emerging as a hot tourist spot for Indian travellers with latest data showing an increase of over 19 per cent in tourists arrivals from the country during January-May this year as compared to the same period last year.
Even after two centuries, many structures in Mamallapuram give us a sense of how the town is still evolving. C Gangadharan Menon discovers the amalgamation of the Pallava and Chola architecture here which makes this place unique
Mountaineering clubs and trekkers from all over Maharashtra will come together to find ways to preserve the Sahyadris, in a two-day summit, starting July 12
Five Taj hotels have featured in a list of world's most luxurious hotels known for exceptional standards and impeccable hospitality, a statement said on Friday.
Crazy deadlines? Insane schedules? Now’s the time to take that chill pill and head out for a weekend drive amidst lush environs and awesome weather. the guide asks a few familiar faces to pick their favourite drives
Conservationist Vivek Menon’s new title, Indian Mammals: A Field Guide will be a handy reference for wildlife enthusiasts -- amateur and professional -- to understand and appreciate India’s rich, diverse fauna
River rafting has been the flavour of the rainy season ever since Kolad's Kundalika River was opened up to adventure lovers. This monsoon, Moeena Halim recommends you hit a different set of rapids at River Vaitarna, as close to the city as you can ask for
Goa is re-inventing itself as a go-to place even during the monsoon, with an accent on festivals and nature's bounty for tourists
The Rath Yatra or the Car Festival, is an important celebration held in Puri on June 29. Plus more...
Just two hours away from Mumbai, Kiran Mehta discovers rolling landscapes with hiking trails, birds, waterfalls, and a secluded space to soak in the outdoors, while enjoying urban amenities
One balmy summer’s day, when we decided to take the kids to Elephanta Caves. We thought it made for a good day spent with family, because while the intention was to go sight-seeing the caves, it also involved getting a good look at the Gateway of India, a boat ride and a mini-train ride
Back from Kenya, Vijaya Pratap writes about how she was at one with nature by spending her days spotting lions, African elephants, Cape buffaloes, leopards and rhinos
Ladakh's arid landscape and turquoise lakes make it a unique travelling destination. Spellbinding and serene, it attracts all kinds of travellers, be it for calm or an adrenaline rush. the guide treads the world’s highest inhabited plateau for a 360-degree view
You’re headed to a foreign university. But have you made wise choices by flying the right airline, bagging the coolest deals and checking on travel must-dos?
Whether it is a dose of history or a relaxing spa that you seek, we give you a list of options ideal for a rainy retreat
India has witnessed an increase in reported incidents where tourists have faced mishaps due to inadequate precautions. Soma Das spoke to tour organisers on measures and means to ensure the tourist is in safe hands
The first showers have hit Mumbai, thus, ushering a season characterised by a wealth of flora and fauna. the guide plays out a photo gallery of what to watch out for
On June 8, 1938, Metro was opened to the public on land that was formerly used as Air Force stables
Tanmoy Mitra experiences luxury in the skies as a business class guest of Singapore Airlines’ maiden Airbus A380 flight into India