Look Beyond Seafood In Goa
Holidays remind me of the annual
summer holidays with family to Palghat,
where I come from. Monsoon is the best
time to visit.
Tea Gardens Spice Up Hills Of Munnar
Munnar, Keralaâ€™s most popular hill
resort, is considered as a place to
relax and unwind.
Dive To Enjoy Beauty Of Corals
It takes just one jump from the boat
into the blue beyond to enter a world
that is stunningly beautiful.
This Is Not A Case Of Voluntary
A rapidly changing
Arctic has forced whales to change feeding habits and explore new, dangerous
Chugging Through Europe
Where trains aren’t slow, boring and
The Silent Wail Of Our Marine Life
A source of protein-rich fat,
sometimes to feed the hungry fisher
folk, and at times to grease their
boats, or simply to be sold as curios.
Fishing For Trouble?
Fishing activities near the crest
gates of Tungabhadra dam need to be
stopped, writes Karanji.
Where Theres A Will...
When a friend of mine told me about a
farmer who has cultivated pomegranate
in Tumkur district, I just couldn’t
Fruits Of Labour
Kushtagi, a small town in Koppal
district, has carved a niche in the
global map for the bhagawa breed of
pomegranates it cultivates.
Enit Declares India As ‘Focus Country’
India has been declared as the `focus country’ by ENIT
(the Italian State Tourist Board in
India) for the year and has planned a
series of initiatives to promote and
market the destination in India.
Once Upon A Forest
Our Northern State of Uttarakhand is
justly famed for its wooded Himalayan
foothills and the scenic splendour of
its river gorges and snowy ranges.
Streets Of Gold
Though the roads in
may ply over the vaults of the world’s
richest banks, the city is much more
than a bankers’ capital.
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
A short-stay home for over 25,000
migratory birds during the nesting
season, writes Kausalya Santhanam.
Think Of The Devil!
The African baobab tree is one of the
plant kingdom’s weirdest and strangest
of wonders. Its massive trunk makes it
not only magnificent but also an
Someone said that one must make time
for the moon and the stars, and the
gentle hush-hush of the leaves in the
On A Mystical Expedition
We were all set to leave
for Hardwar.Riding our motorbikes to
Hardwar was smooth but muscle-wrecking! Choosing to stay at the
Leisure Hotels’ Haveli Hari Ganga was
about the best thing we could do for
our aching muscles.
Handling The Nimitz Crew On Land
A Kerala company was responsible for
arranging the tour plans for the
Nimitz crew at Chennai. These men and
women tell Priyadershini Sabout their
experience on board the ship.
Love By The Taj
At the Oberoi Amarvilas Agra, located
a few hundred metres from the Taj
Mahal, enjoy a champagne breakfast, a
spa treatment complete with flower
bath and a candlelit dinner in the
privacy of your terrace.
Mesmerising Monsoon Magic
The new tourism mantra in Kerala no
longer adheres to the old rhyme ‘Rain,
Rain go away ……’; it’s, in fact, quite
to the contrary.
A Bit Of This And That
AP hopes to lure tourists with a mixed
platter – cruise tours, jungle walks,
Buddhist circuits and golf. Sangeetha
Devi Dundoo gets the bigger picture.
My Kind Of Place
Whether I get to see animals or not,
forests are the best getaways for me.
The intriguing sights and sounds
cannot be experienced elsewhere.
Holidaying In Malaysia
Want to getaway to a tropical
paradise? Try the Taj Rebak Island
Resort, Langkawi. Tucked away in the
the resort has villas shaded by palm
trees, overlooking Senari straits.
Waiting For The Wild
“If you are lucky, you may see leopard
cubs crossing the road.” DFO
Nagercoil’s remark was tempting.
Excited, I set off for Keeriparai,
roughly 30 km from Nagercoil in
Kalikesan forest range.