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World Oceans Day 2019

The United Nations and the international community began observing June 8 as World Oceans Day in 2009 to recognise the major role oceans play in our lives and the challenges faced in preserving this resource. According to the UN, the concept of a … Continue reading World Oceans Day 2019

World Environment Day 2019 – Beat Air Pollution

The United Nations’ mandated World Environment Day on 5th June every year.   Since it began in 1974, the event has grown to become a global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated in over 100 countries. This year, … Continue reading World Environment Day 2019 – Beat Air Pollution

Mandip Singh Soin Speaks at the 5th Mail Today Tourism Summit 2019

Indian media outfit Mail Today organised its 5th Mail Today Tourism Summit 2019 last Friday, 31st May. The event, held at the Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi, witnessed a number of thought leaders from the tourism industry to discuss ideas … Continue reading Mandip Singh Soin Speaks at the 5th Mail Today Tourism Summit 2019

International Day for Biological Diversity – What Can We Do for Our Planet?

Today, the world celebrates the International Day for Biological Diversity, giving us a chance to reflect on the important role nature plays in our lives. It gives us food to eat, fresh water and air to breathe. It protects us … Continue reading International Day for Biological Diversity – What Can We Do for Our Planet?

Satpura National Park: Luxury Safari to the Heart of India

On the 40th anniversary of Ibex Expeditions, Mandip and Anita Soin, owners and Directors, take you on an enthralling personally led deluxe journey through this forest declared as a National park in 1981. Have you considered walking in a forest … Continue reading Satpura National Park: Luxury Safari to the Heart of India

Ladakh: A Photographic Journey to “Little Tibet”

Flying into Leh, the former capital of the Himalayan kingdom of Ladakh, feels more like landing on the moon than landing in India. Its harsh, mountainous terrain is starkly beautiful and very dry, due to its high altitude and cold … Continue reading Ladakh: A Photographic Journey to “Little Tibet”