The MD’s Journal – ‘Gulabi Shahar’ – The Pink City

For everyone who wonders why Jaipur is called the Pink city? Back in 1876, Maharaja Sawai Ram Singh II chose terracotta pink as the color for Jaipur as historically it

Wild Gujarat: Horse riding in the Little Rann of Kutch

We are delighted to introduce our newest Explorer, Mallyka. Here is her riding adventure, exploring great landscapes, exotic flora and fauna, meeting rare tribes & sharing space with them. The

Dine In India, Sleep In Myanmar

Lungwa village on the Indo-Myanmar border is 2 hours from Mon and what’s fascinating here is: Our conventional wisdom about “International Borders” and everything that comes with it – fencing,

Cook local dumplings in a Bhutanese farm house

This tour is led by a foodie who is a friend of Sita and a Thimphu local. She knows the best eating joints in Bhutan’s capital city; from a compact

The MD’s Journal – The Golden Temple

People travel to religious destinations for a variety of reasons ranging from a need to visit a place that has a special significance or just to experience the tranquillity that

Delhi for the Five Senses

Spend a lazy morning walking around the atmospheric alleys of Hauz Khas Village. Visit an Oriya Temple; explore 14th Century monuments, boutique shops for antiques, furniture, silver jewellery and designer

Explore Bandhani Art of Jodhpur with Sita

Meet the family who has been involved in the art of tie and dye for almost 400 years. Learn about the traditional and colourful Bandhani methods passed down for generations.

Night Walk in Chandni Chowk

Old Delhi is a happy mix of commerce, heritage, layers of history and built heritage from across the centuries- Mughal, British and contemporary; fantastic street food; lovely people of the

Hoist a Prayer Flag for good luck and happiness

In Bhutan, the sight of colourful prayer flags is very common. Prayer flags are hoisted for happiness, long life, prosperity, luck and merit. The colours used in the prayer flags