The pre-Mughal Islamic architecture of Champaner and the Rajput temples of Pavagadh have earned them the title, “University of Architecture”.
A tryst with the heritage of Cyprus unravels the stories of one of the oldest civilizations in the Mediterranean.
The stupendous architecture of Portugal’s monuments reveals the various stages of the country’s evolution.
Deep inside Rajasthan lies the precious 4th century Ahhichatragarh Fort that everyone from the Rajputs to the Mughals scrambled to call their own.
Travel lover Larissa D’Sa comes to Rishikesh looking for a relaxing getaway, and loses herself in its natural beauty.
On a trip to volunteer in the barren, high altitude villages of Spiti and Lahaul, Rohan finds himself inspired by the survival skills of the locals.
Sabrina Chakici marvels at the architectural wonders of Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, while also checking out souvenirs at the local bazaar.
From markets and temples to a palace that was the headquarters of one of Medieval Asia’s biggest empires, Andrew explores the iconic sights of Seoul.
Emeline Nsingi Nkosi goes to the Arctic Circle, where she meets Santa Claus in his office. She also tries midnight sun floating.
Jamie Lowe goes hiking in the Troll Mountains at Brønnøysund, and uncovers the folklore associated with them. He also tries cod fishing.
Alex Outhwaite visits the iconic city, Tashkent, and gets firsthand experience of its culture, food and people.
From meeting the big cats of the jungle to cage diving with sharks, Alex's adventures in South Africa introduce her to its raw beauty.
Marco Biagioli and Erica Melargo experience the fairy-tale charms of the medieval Old Town of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.
From seeing the world’s first ancestors to visiting the land of the Queen of Sheba, Emeline finds out why Ethiopia is called the ‘cradle of mankind’.
Krisann stumbles onto a secret cave that was once inhabited by bears.
Situated on the foothills of Uttarakhand’s Garhwal mountains, Nag Tibba is a popular trekking destination.
So, you think you have seen India? Beyond the “been there, done that” routes lie a land waiting to be explored...waiting to make you feel alive.
From the secret behind the inimitable flavour of Gouda to Amsterdam’s hidden gems, Alex discovers many interesting things about the Netherlands.
From the launch of a restaurant to the take-off of an aircraft, take a look at the drama that unfolds in the minutes before the final big moment.
Driek soaks in the old-world atmosphere of Porto and sets out to sample the city’s famous port wine.
Alex Drobin introduces the local delicacies, the surprising facts and the fun experiences of Canada.
Travelling along the scenic Manali-Leh highway, Alex stops and camps at Korzok village, where she explores the simple ways of life.
Be it stave churches, Viking villages or dramatic fjords, Norway’s marvelous heritage reveals its rich history.
From bizarre theme parks to the world’s largest man-made marina, Sabrina Bussandri visits Dubai’s surreal attractions.
From spirituality and nature to food and adventure, Hannah Jackson explores all that Bali has to offer travelers.
From a mosque built by Ottomans to a city which stood witness to Christ’s miracles, Sabrina finds out about Israel’s ancient roots.
Cologne is all things romantic from the chocolate museum to its perfume shop. It is a city in love with life, one that knows how to have a good time.
With a rich history dating back to over 1000 years, Oslo’s iconic monuments reveal its evolution through the ages to visitors.
Český Krumlov Castle is one of the most important monuments in Central Europe in terms of architectural standard, cultural tradition and scale.
From the Perperikon fort to the Sofia Central Market, Catriona explores the cultural treasures of Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria.
From the quaint Josefov to the fashionable Parizska Street, Rohan Patoley sees Prague through the eyes of a local.
Rohan Patoley visits Karlovy Vary, where he goes on a tour of the two most defining features of the city – colonnades and healing thermal springs.
Rohan Patoley visits a brewery at the birthplace of the world’s first lager beer, Pilsner Urquell.
From palaces to museums, the buildings in Munich are an intriguing mix of traditional Bavarian architecture and avant-garde design.
From the sand dunes of Maspaloma to the canyons of the Municipality of Santa Lucia, Gran Canaria boasts a rich diversity of landscapes.
Through sights such as the Seaplane Harbour Museum and Telliskivi Cretive City, Marco and Erica discover the offbeat side to Tallinn.
Elisha comes to Austria with visions of Habsburg relics, Mozart and Alpine scenery in her mind, but the country has a few surprises in store for her.
Exploring Brussels makes Catriona realize that it’s the city where historic meets hip, eccentric meets futuristic and traditional meets cosmopolitan.
From historic Plovdiv to laidback Sunny Beach, Catriona explores Bulgaria and finds herself helplessly drawn to the varied charms of this country.
From St. Matthias Church to the Royal Palace, Catriona explores the iconic attractions of Budapest, “the Paris of the East”.
From the former royal mint to an annual Gothic festival, Rohan learns about the erstwhile glories of Kutná Hora through his experiences there.
From a bustling old Victorian market to the Titanic Belfast museum, Olivia gets to know the different sides of Belfast through the places she visits.
Exploring Innsbruck, Kirsty realizes that this Austrian town scores both as an Alpine activity center and as a showcase for Habsburg Empire heritage.
Looking for a break from the chaos and stress of city life, Asmita decides to visit Haridwar, a place which she had last visited with her family.
From an underwater therapy to a massage that detoxes internal organs, Jamie Srubis tries varied spa treatments at the Chiva Som resort in Thailand.
On a luxurious getaway in Dubai, Sonakshi finds out that no destination does extravagance better than this “City of Gold”.
Travel aficionado, Freishia Bomanbehram comes to Saint La Geran, one of the most sought-after luxury hotels in Mauritius, for a blissful beach break.
From a horse ride in the countryside to shooting lessons at a castle, Kirsty soaks in the classic charm of Budapest.
Sabrina Bussandri visits Dubai’s very own tropical rainforest and a wildlife sanctuary that is home to wild flamingos.
Indeya Passfield seeks local Maldivian experiences in Hadahaa, where she learns about the ecosystem, local traditions and cuisine.
From visiting a tortoise feeding pen to taking a cycle tour around Desroche island, Freishia gets to reconnect with nature in Seychelles.
Azure waters, white sandy beaches, Mediterranean charm and a riveting history make Malta the perfect destination for an island getaway.
Shaped by volcanic activity, the dramatic and diverse landscapes of Mauritius are a playground for adventure buffs.
In the pristine islands of Philippines, surrounded by the warm emerald waters of the Pacific Ocean, Elisha finds peace in its untouched landscapes.
During Elisha’s visit to Oslo, she finds herself in awe of the extraordinary well-designed ships used by the legendary Vikings of Norway.
Different cities in the world have different characters, and our hosts find out how to enjoy the most of it on a short break.
From seeing Komodo dragons to climbing on top of a volcano, Hannah has many thrilling experiences that help her get to the core of Indonesia.
Apart from deserts, Oman also has majestic, rust-colored mountain ranges, which quietly hold the country’s history in them.
From a treasure chest of Khmer relics to the dream of backpackers across the world, Cambodia is a country of many facets.
From forts and temples to coral reefs and national parks, we explore the greatness conceived by humans or nature all around the world.
Alex Drobin introduces the local delicacies, the surprising facts and the fun experiences of Dubai.
Cradled in the folds of the Himalayas, Bhutan’s geographical isolation has helped to preserve its unique cultural identity.
On a trip to Amman, one of the world’s oldest cities, Shaunak finds himself taken back to a different stage of the city’s history at every turn.
On a backpacking trip across Israel, Sabrina comes across many intriguing facets of this slice of holy land in the Middle East.
In Pondicherry, Rohan stumbles upon a restaurant owned by a French expat whose fondness for India and its food led him to the small town.
Our hosts go backpacking in different parts of India, and find out why it’s called a ‘backpacker’s litmus test’.
Here is a guide to the top five enriching experiences in Ethiopia, the “cradle of mankind”, which will nourish your soul.
Jamie Srubis tries spa treatments inspired by the ancient healing remedies of Bali at the Spa Village Resort in Tembok, Bali.
Benafsha and Krisann’s journey takes them back in time in the medieval town of Orchha, the erstwhile capital of the Bundelkhand empire
Built on the backwaters of Indira Sagar Dam, the island of Hanuwantiya was designed to be a paradise for adventure lovers.
Will Krisann and Benafsha’s safari in Bandhavgarh National Park offer them a chance to see the big striped cat in all its glory?
Without her partner-in-crime joining in her adventures, will Krisann be able to find the best kept secrets of the state's one and only hill station?
Two adventurous girls embark on a road trip across Madhya Pradesh, the heart of India, and their first stop is Mandu, a town of magnificent palaces.
After more than a fortnight of travel, Benafsha and Krisann stop at Bhedaghat for some exciting adventures amid its stunning marble cliffs.
On the last leg of their journey in Madhya Pradesh, Benafsha and Krisann visit the street food capital of central India, Indore.
Krisann and Benafsha’s adventures in Madhya Pradesh lead them to Satpura National Park, where they set out to explore on a boat.
On a road trip across central India, Krisann and Benafsha stumble upon Maheshwar, a town where the legacy of an 18th century queen comes alive.
Driving through ancient cities, holy river towns, national parks and hills in Madhya Pradesh, Krisann and Benafsha finally reach its capital, Bhopal.
Krisann and Benafsha visit the palace of the Scindias who once ruled Gwalior. And they realize that the royal-residence-turned-museum is an ode to opu
From the Qutub complex to the Red Fort, Delhi is studded with the architectural gems bestowed upon it by its Sultans.
The central plains of Sri Lanka are dotted with crumbling temples, lost cities and ruins of sacred Buddhist sites.
From the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur to the king’s palace in Nimaj, Sommer Shiels gets a taste of Rajasthan’s royal heritage.
From the massive Chittorgarh fort to the intimidating Kumbhalgarh fort, the hill forts of Rajasthan still exude Rajput pride and valour.
Sommer Shiels is transported to the golden era of the Vijayanagar empire through the temples of Hampi.
From taking a walk with lions to snorkeling in the sapphire waters, Mauritius is a land of adventures designed to make you feel alive.
From the Neolithic village of Khirokitia to the beaches of Paphos, Sabrina Chakici explores all that the Troodos ranges in Cyprus have to offer.
Tara Sumner visits Gozo Island, where she tries scuba diving for the very first time. She also explores the Roman and Arabic heritage.
From fishing and boat rides to cinnamon harvesting, Indeya Passfield indulges in the local ways of life in Bentota.
From swimming with century-old turtles to visiting a coconut factory, Alex has many offbeat experiences at Lakshadweep’s islands.
Travel enthusiast, Sabrina sets out to find out more about the city but is waylaid when she finds a flock of flamingos at a lake side.
Alex sets out to explore the villages of the remote island of Minicoy and ends up at a local village feast.
Sommer Shiels gets to know Goa through experiences such as shipwreck diving, finding secluded beaches and meeting an artist inspired by the state.
Rohan and Healer visit Nagthat, a charming hamlet in the mountains of Uttarakhand.
Pristine beaches, coral reefs and indigenous forests, which are home to rare wildlife – nature truly takes center stage in Mauritius.
While planning to go on the Kailash-Mansarovar Trek, Mohit realizes that the preparation for it is a journey in itself.
An overwater villa with a clear glass floor, and an underwater spa treatment enhance Kim’s experience of the water wonderland that is Maldives.
An invigorating body massage, fresh seafood with rum, kayaking - Freishia enjoys finding out the ways in which Mauritius pampers its visitors.
Sommer Shiels learns about the local ways of life at the backwaters of Kerala. She also goes cycling along the hills and tea plantations of Munnar.
On an island-hopping adventure in the Seychelles, Freishia finds out that every island has something unique to offer.
From the land of the hallowed Camp Nou stadium to the Catalan capital boasting amazing seafood, Barcelona is a city with many shades to it.
Moeen finds himself mesmerized by the colourful displays of tribal culture at the famous Hornbill festival of Nagaland.
On a visit to Jerusalem, Aradhana walks along Via Dolorosa, the path that covers the journey of Christ from being condemned to being crucified.
Hannah Jackson visits the Borobudur temple and explores the local art and nightlife scenes in Jogjakarta.
While visiting adventure parks of wild and varied themes in Dubai, Sonakshi Sajnani realizes that the city is the ultimate playground for travelers.
From a volcano rising out of the sea to a village of tough old female divers, Andrew Maciver explores everything that is unique about Jeju island.
Sommer Shiels explores the unique landscape, the rich culture and some adventurous activities at the Rann Of Kutch.
Venturing beyond the beaches and party destinations of Phuket, Elisha Kriis uncovers astonishing cultural riches that many visitors zip right past.
Malé, the bustling capital of the Maldives, is in stark contrast to the secluded luxury of the island resorts for which the archipelago is known.
Radhika Bangia visits the famous monasteries of Paro, and learns the history and legends associated with them.
On a bike trip across the Nagaland, Rohan gets a chance to meet some fearless and simple Naga tribes.
From the world’s largest mall to a magical desert safari, Sabrina realizes that Dubai is one of the world's most glamorous destinations.
From a traditional Emirati breakfast at a motorcycle-themed café to a drumming session in the desert, Alex explores the glocal experiences of Dubai.
The respect accorded to women in ancient Egypt is evident in almost every aspect of the civilization from the religious beliefs to social customs.
Rohan Patoley learns about the history, culture and food habits of Israel, when he tries local Israeli food in Jerusalem.
Alexandria, in Egypt, is a city that has reinvented itself frequently over the centuries, but hasn’t forgotten its roots.
Cairo, the sprawling and awe-inspiring Egyptian capital, has a rich history that transcends beyond books and continues to evolve into the present.
Rohan Patoley tries the quintessential dishes of Israeli cuisine such as hummus with pita bread and shakshuka, in Tel Aviv.
Sabrina finds herself deeply moved by the Biblical sites in Israel, which narrate the journey of Christ from conception to crucifixion.
Seep visits Luxor, where she finds herself awestruck by the grand monuments that have survived from Thebes, the capital of ancient Egypt.
Alex Outhwaite takes a helicopter ride over Drakensberg mountain, and explores the untouched wilderness of Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve.
Seep visits the vibrant-hued Nubian villages on the West Bank of the Nile, which are treasuries of one of the oldest and richest cultures of Africa.
From the magnificent Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque to the enchanting Muttrah Souq, Elisha experiences the classic Arabic charms of Oman, in Muscat.
Here is a list of the best experiences to make your romantic getaway in the tropical paradise of Mauritius unforgettable.
From the fragrances at the Perfume Souk to a hot air balloon ride in the desert, Sabrina gets a taste of heritage and luxury at Madinat Jumeirah.
Emeline Nsingi Nkosi soaks in the stunning biodiversity of Loango National Park, while spotting wildlife.
From a steaming bowl of pho to a fun Cyclo tour through the city, Rohan Patoley checks quintessential Hanoi experiences off his list.
Rohan Patoley tries local dishes at a floating market, and learns about traditional Thai cuisine on a cruise in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand.
The local street food of Jaipur is known to be spicy, tangy dipped in ghee and simply delectable. Rohan goes around the city to see if this true.
Alex Drobin experiences the North American energy and European charm of Montreal as he explores all that the city has to offer.
Rohan Patoley visits Pattaya, where he gets to know about the boldness of traditional Thai cuisine.
Amritsar, a city which has lent its name to iconic dishes, from kulchas to fish tikkas, is a paradise for street food.
Joe Remblance explores Manchester’s cosmopolitan culinary scene through dishes such as Black Pudding, Chicken Curry and Fried Chicken Waffle Pizza.
Alex Drobin visits Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, where he encounters the city’s past, its beliefs and its penchant for bizarrely themed restaurants.
From smoky Surti undhiyo to buttery nankhatais, Rohan finds out that street food in Surat is lavish.
Joe Remblance explores hearty Hungarian cuisine in Budapest through dishes such as Schnitzel, Gundel Palacsinta and Hungarian Lángos.
Salzburg, boasts a culinary scene as sensational as Mozart, the composer who was born here. Chef Joe Remblance enjoys some of its celebrated dishes.
When Rohan visits Hyderabad, where the aroma of its delicacies lingers in the air, he is all set to dig into the world-famous Hyderabadi Biryani.
Alex Drobin discovers that there is more to Amsterdam than just being the ‘Sin City’ of Europe.
Rohan Patoley visits Bali, where he gets himself acquainted with authentic Balinese cuisine, which is both healthy and irresistible.
Armed with an appetite, Rohan visits the street food stalls of Delhi, which are known almost as much as its monuments.