In January I was invited by Jungle Lodges & Resorts to experience the Sharavathi Adventure Camp. Three full days and two nights of discovery, water-sports and nature-worship followed. I wrote two pieces (three, if you include a blog post on The Green Ogre) about my experiences at Sharavathi.
For over 50 years, the Cochin State Forest Tramway in Parambikulam denuded the forests to supply teak for building ships and railway sleepers in Britain
A hashtag – #IndiaRiversDay – was getting warm on Twitter. So I dug into my archives and found some photographs of rivers that might be worth sharing.
Meat me in Salalah, the camel said to me in a pre-dawn dream. It was no pun but a presentiment. Ever since I first set foot in Arabia in 2011, I’ve been curious to know what camel tasted like. On my…
Forage is the active verb in the Australia’s food lexicon. To celebrate the source, to hand-pick the ingredients, to experience the making and enjoyment of food
Why all this fuss about a sacred grove? The one at Oorani near Puducherry is actually a fragment of forest, arguably the last surviving example of its kind in the region. This unique forest ecosystem now goes by the name, Tropical Dry Evergreen Forest (TDEF).
Icewine with a warm heart – the story of Inniskillin at Niagara-on-the-Lake
Tea-tasting and the zoo are among 5 must-dos for the first-time visitor in Darjeeling
Walking beside the river is great fun on a trek until you come to the bridge. Then things take a nervous turn
If you’re thinking of a road trip along the ECR, make sure your stay complements your experiences. These heritage hotels will make all the difference