Is boycotting a country for its politics the answer? Or is it fair to travel to a country and ignore its politics?
Epic land journeys, under-the-radar destinations, getting featured in the Washington Post… 2019 was all sorts of awesome and unexpected.
Sustainable clothing designed for explorers, dreamers and rebels, raising funds to grow forests in Uttarakhand.
“If a 110 kg Gujarati guy, living a sedentary life, with no background in endurance training or mountain climbing, can transform his life, nothing is impossible.”
There is something about Thailand that keeps calling me back.
In the age of overtourism and in the midst of a climate crisis, responsible travel tips to meaningfully explore the world.
Based on my explorations over the years, some of my favorite alternative destinations in Europe.
Deep in the stark, barren Nuratau Mountains, I found myself in an idyllic little Uzbek paradise.
I fell in love not just with Uzbekistan’s grand mosques, minarets and mausoleums, but also with its quaint mountain villages and ancient Sufi connection.
As the bustling city landscape gradually gave way to tall eucalyptus trees and lush rice paddies, I couldn’t help but think of the paradox of our times.