7 Things Solo Women Travelers Should Never Go Without

One of the biggest dilemmas women, especially rookie travelers face is to zero-down on what to carry and what to leave behind on a trip. Thankfully, a lot of smart women travelers wandering solo for quite some time now have shared a lot of advice for their fellow women travelers. Still, the sheer number of checklists can confuse anyone. Ladies, while you’re deciding and segregating … Continue reading 7 Things Solo Women Travelers Should Never Go Without

5 Reasons to Visit East Africa on Your Next Trip

So deep is the penetration of mankind into nature that one can find respite only in the cradle of life. Blessed with variegated strata, abundant life-forms nestling at the foot of the Great Rift Valley, snow-capped edifice mountains, and tribal heritage dating back to time immemorial, East Africa is where life still thrives with primordial instincts in its most unadulterated forms. Without much ado, we … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Visit East Africa on Your Next Trip

How to Remain Fit Even When You’re Traveling

Traveling, be it for business or pleasure, means taking a step back from our exhausting schedules. If only we could have all that fun AND stick to our fitness routine, alas! But here’s a little secret. Contrary to popular belief, being a fitness conscious traveler doesn’t necessarily mean barring yourself of all the fun. In fact, it’s quite the opposite and has many advantages. For … Continue reading How to Remain Fit Even When You’re Traveling

How to Deal With the Unexpected During Travel

You’ve booked your tickets well in advance. You’ve picked the places you’re going to visit. Everything about your getaway is perfect for the T. But something goes wrong on the D-day. Wait? What! Before you know it, you see all your travel plans going awry. Don’t be surprised though. Certain unexpected events can change the course of your travel. Of course, most of us are … Continue reading How to Deal With the Unexpected During Travel

Top 10 Things to Do in Shanghai

Shanghai, China’s bustling metropolis, is a potpourri of the oriental eastern and the modern western cultures and a hub for its financial and sea trade activities. If you happen to be in China, take some time off to explore the country’s financial, economic, and trade capital with a taste of its history and culture blended flawlessly into its landscape. Here is a short list of … Continue reading Top 10 Things to Do in Shanghai

Top 5 Overrated Touristic Things to Do

There is this wonderful adage that I came about to like over the years – “Be a traveler, not a tourist.” Though they do sound synonymous, popular expressions tell you why you should never be the quintessential tourist when you get out of town. Being a tourist brings up images of people wearing the choicest of clothes, with stylish shoes and striking RayBans to go … Continue reading Top 5 Overrated Touristic Things to Do

Your Guide to This Year’s Halloween Getaways

Noisy trick-or-treating kids, glowing jack-o-lanterns and a costume party with booze and dance pretty much sum up how most of us have been spending our the night of 31st of October for years now. However, Halloween also calls for the perfect October getaway thanks to its mystic atmosphere, with stifled breezes wheezing through countrysides and muffled steps suppressing the crunch of the autumn leaves. So … Continue reading Your Guide to This Year’s Halloween Getaways

Where Should You Be This October?

The year is drawing to a close, and you must have already started planning your way to taking off during the winter vacations. But Christmas is still two months away, and you might have the yearning for a dose of autumn travel. Well, you’d be happy to know that some of the year’s most coveted festivities are hosted in October across the globe amidst the … Continue reading Where Should You Be This October?

A Globetrotter’s Guide to Sunsets

I’ve always loved sunsets and the different shades of orange that gets painted across the horizon. Sadly, extended work hours and high-rise buildings have made it difficult for many of us to have the simple joy of watching sunsets. And this is precisely why I realized we need to try doing it a lot more – take days off work, travel around the world and … Continue reading A Globetrotter’s Guide to Sunsets