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.
A state in South India on the Malabar coast, Kerala is known as God’s own country — and for good reason.
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The screeching noise added to the beeps, honks and shouts rising from the symphony of an Old Delhi traffic jam, one traveler reflects on Old Delhi.
Kumbh Mela is one of the largest religious festivals in the world, where Hindu pilgrims flock to the Ganges to have their sins cleansed.
A visit to India’s Gir National Park leads to an awe-inspiring encounter with the queen of the jungle.
With fields draped in yellow sunflower blossoms running parallel to the white sandy beaches, Bakkhali is different from the traditional sea side resort.
An unusual safari in India allows travelers to view elephants, rhinos and other wildlife by jeep.
Live the life of a Maharani by traveling the desert on camel.
The stink may not be a factor, but a horny adolescent camel can make a desert journey memorable.
I was looking for an inside view of Bollywood, but this wasn’t what I expected.