A kaleidoscope of religions, cultures and landscapes, India is a whole world in one subcontinent. From the majestic Taj Mahal to the mighty Ganges, the deserts of Rajasthan to the temples of Varanasi, no country is more steeped in spirituality.
The Machu Picchu trail is one of those once-in-a-lifetime experiences everyone must do. But Peru has sacred wonders around every corner. Discover the roads, lakes, and mountains less travelled in this magical, mystical land.
Got a little animal lover or climate warrior in the family? Take them to the Galapagos Islands where they can get acquainted with over 2000 endemic species. Natural history lessons have never been more fun.
Few countries are more welcoming than Brazil. The magnificent beaches, tropical forests, and thundering waterfalls are as eye-catching as the life-loving locals. And they love kids as much as samba and soccer.
From Kung Fu masters to giant pandas and terracotta armies, China has heaps of thrilling things for kids to see and do. The year of the pig is an auspicious time to travel to China, a land of extreme contrasts where history and hyper-modernity collide.
Nobody captured the thrill of the open road better than Jack Kerouac. His beatnik classic ‘On the Road’ has inspired generations to hit the highway, looking for adventure. Driving across prairies and plains, blue ridge mountains and high-octane cities, an American road trip is one of the most liberating and life-affirming journeys you’ll ever make.
“You know you are truly alive when you’re living among lions.” Karen Blixen, the author of Out of Africa, well knew the intense exhilaration of watching wild animals at close quarters. Watching the greatest wildlife show on earth in the immense savannahs of Tanzania and Kenya, you’ll be transported back to primeval times.