Even without traveling, we can experience the world through its cuisine. Here’s how to make Samosa, a popular Indian dish.
India is located in South Asia and has the world’s second largest population of 1.2 billion people. India’s diverse culture includes four different world religions, and is considered one of the fastest growing major economies. Travel in India is varied with mountain, jungle, beach and desert locations. A top destination is New Delhi, a home to numerous national institutions, museums and landmarks like the Taj Mahal.
It is said that “it is good people who make good places” and here, the proverb comes true. Learn about a homestay at Kila Dalijoda and enjoy peaceful exploration of India away from the tourist traffic.
Vibrant energy and natural wonders make India one of the most interesting places to visit. Here is a list of 10 exciting things to do on your trip.
American singer-songwriter, Sami Chohfi, explores India to film two music videos. This was his experience.
Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, the Himalayas are a top destination for trekkers. Here’s our guide to the best treks in the Himalayas
From Ranakpur Jain Temple to the beach in Goa or the Medieval City of Orchhayoga, here are 13 unique things to do in India.
When it comes to road trips, there are many great adventures to choose from. From Italy’s Amalfi Coast and New Zealand’s Southern Scenic Route to the Khardung Pass in India, here are some of our favorite road trips from around the world.
During this 8-day horseback riding safari in Rajasthan, India, riders on majestic Marwari horses cover 160 miles across the Thar Desert.
When you enter into India, Goa quickly becomes an epicenter of religious and cultural harmony that infuses Goan cuisine, heritage, art and festivals.
A walk through Ravi’s Spices Garden brings to light the role spices played in shaping world politics. Don’t miss this culinary tour in India.
From scenic beaches to quiet tea plantations and bustling street markets, South India is a treat for the senses. Here’s what one traveler experienced during a journey through South India.
The Pindari Glacier Trek covers 58 miles of steep terrain in the Kumoan Himalayan region in Uttaranchal, India. Offering spectacular views of the high peaks of Nanda Devi and Nanda Kot, the trek draws travelers seeking a challenge, peaceful silence and natural beauty.