Responsible travel is important than ever. After all, nature might have wrecked havoc on us to remind humans of the havoc we’ve been wrecking on her.
Even as an introvert, I’ve built beautiful friendships based on shared interests and meaningful interactions.
In the age of overtourism and in the midst of a climate crisis, responsible travel tips to meaningfully explore the world.
Until last year, the idea of using a menstrual cup during my periods made me shudder.
About travelling, our consumption patterns, our dietary choices and how climate change is impacting the underwater world.
Time and again, I’ve met people on my travels across India, who’re leveraging the power of their smartphones and the internet to transform their life.
The question is, can economic progress co-exist with green living?
Living far out in the Indian Ocean, even I forgot for a while that there is a world where people don’t live on islands!
On New Year’s Eve in Chiang Mai in 2017, I found myself at the Chiang Mai lantern festival, flying sky lanterns – something I never should have done.
Lately, there’s been a lot of debate around whether travelling really has the power to change you.