India with a difference: without noise, people and air pollution. Traveller Simon Schöpf followed in the footsteps of the Bengal tiger through the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, far off the beaten track. He writes about his experience … Continue reading Madhya Pradesh: Trekking through the Tranquil Heart of India
Antarctica has always been a land held with intrigue. The whitest, driest, coldest, windiest continent on earth was collectively decided to be preserved by twelve countries, including Russia, the United Kingdom, Argentina, Chile, Australia, and the United States. The Antarctica … Continue reading ANTARCTICA MATTERS—JOIN US ON OUR JOURNEY WITH A PURPOSE MARCH 2019
Himali Singh Soin writes a meditative piece on the idea of home. Originally written in August 2014 for Jetwings Magazine. Newborn, I open my eyes to the bright light of the world, the ceiling split open and spilled the sky, … Continue reading Travelling Home – When We Wander, Are We Lost?
Two adventurers are attempting to cross Antarctica alone, without support, without being resupplied by food, or assisted by any means of transport other than the power of their legs. If either or both succeed, they will be the first to … Continue reading Antarctica Matters: Racing to Cross Antarctica
Ibex Expeditions recently organised The Panchmarhi Trail in Satpura National Park with partners Reni Pani Lodge for the delegates of ATTA’s Adventure Connect. The journey, led by Mandip Singh Soin and a senior naturalist captured the explore spirit, was full … Continue reading Treading on the Explorer’s Trail in Satpura National Park
Antarctica has been called the least understood continent of Earth. Recently, data from a discontinued European satellite reveals that the ice sheet beneath eastern Antarctica is a graveyard of continental remnants. The research, led by Jörg Ebbing, a geophysicist at Kiel … Continue reading Antarctica Matters: Scientists Discover Graveyard of Continents Beneath Ice