Blog > November 2018

Antarctica Matters: Scientists Discover Graveyard of Continents Beneath Ice

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 … Read More

North East India: Responsible Tourism Recommendations at India’s International Tourism Mart 2018


The north-eastern part of India is an explorer’s paradise. Part of the eastern Himalaya, the region is covered by the mighty Brahmaputra-Barack river systems and its tributaries. The region has some of the last remaining  rainforests of the Indian … Read More

Sri Lanka – The Pearl of the Indian Ocean

A tear-drop shaped island, Sri Lanka, the resplendent land, southeast of the Indian Subcontinent, is one seeped in history dating back to at least 125,000 years. Formerly known as Ceylon, this land is a centre of religion and culture, encompassing … Read More

Rajasthan – A Beautiful Winter Destination

Rajasthan, literally translated to Land of Kings, home to the massive Thar desert and the ancient Aravalli mountain range, has a rich history, ecology and culture. It is also one of our favourite winter destinations. Apart from the ruins of … Read More

The Songs of Old Believers – Trans-Siberian Journey


For many travellers who ride the Trans-Siberian Railway (spanning eight time zones, goes from Russia to the far east via China and Mongolia, at 9,289km, it is the third longest continuous service railway in the world), visiting the Old … Read More