From the bird-watcher to the serious hiker, Maharashtra is a trekker’s delight when it comes to scaling its forts. As monsoon sets in, we list eight such must-visits to add to your itinerary
This season, soak in the misty weather and the mystic forests of Amboli, a rare biodiversity hotspot tucked in the southernmost tip of Maharashtra that is home to exotic species of frogs, crabs and other reptiles
Rain-lashed ruins of a desolate fort, a submerged church and two intricately carved half-forgotten temples. Ananya Ghosh goes on a trip down South, steering clear of the backwaters and spice gardens
Recently, I read a report by MasterCard, listing the top 20 cities, which received international tourists in 2014. London topped the list, with 18.9 million visitors. Mumbai had only 4.9 million and did not make it to the top 20 list. Neither did any other Indian city
Most global cities that rank high on tourist maps are those that showcase their public buildings with pride
If you're heading out for a monsoon break, Goa is the place to be, and this time, we suggest you take the offbeat road. Opt for these cool, cosy and serene homestays that will make you fall in love with the Goan spirit once again
Soaking in the sights of a beautiful sunrise straight from your bed may be a far-fetched dream for many living in Mumbai. However, these sunrises and bird calls greet you daily at Serene Woods, a quaint and calming homestay nestled at Madikeri in Coorg, Karnataka
Three amazing monsoon treks around Maharashtra for avid trekkers can embark on...
Whispering Stones, a talk by Dr Radha Kumar, will throw light on the mythology captured in stones, through the sculptures and edifices belonging to the Pallava dynasty
From Delhi to Kanyakumari and into Nepal, Joshua John has zoomed across most of India on his motorcycle. Hop on to a joyride where he demystifies the biker image, shares tough riding lessons learnt over a decade, and memorable trips along the milestones
Poets have written odes to it, artists have tried to capture it on canvas, and you might fantasise about it over your daily coffee. But there’s little that comes close to experiencing the beauty of the Indian monsoon than on a bike in wild, open country, discovers Ismat Tahseen
The rains transform our home state into a sea of green. Sadly, our authorites need to do a lot more to ensure that
our forts, valleys and stunning landscapes get more mileage. We get the experts to spell out a monsoon master plan
Rather than riding wild, safety first is what motivates Mumbai’s ‘The Musafirs Motorcycling’ group leaving for Ladakh and Spiti on June 13
Wonder island: Explore the Galapagos Isles with Dr Ketki Marthak
Kolkata's Marble Palace is one of the finest examples of European architecture with an Indian touch - and an eye-opener on 19th century grandiosity
Three places you can head to in the months of June and July...
From a riverside retreat in Dandeli to a jungle machan at Lonavala, hit the road and head to one of these tree-house getaways for some rain revelry
Goa has more to offer than expected fare like beaches and party destinations. There are little known places that beckon, if only you knew where they were
Check out, and even share your trails in the new travel magazine, Adventure Sports and Beyond
Despite its turquoise charms and abundant beauty, Vietnam can be a tricky holiday destination. Unless you are armed with our invaluable hacks
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