While we are making dalgona coffee, airlines are taking rescue flights and hotels have opened their doors to healthcare workers. This is all that’s going on in the travel world in the time of coronavirus.
Whenever you feel the urge to see the world, log on to these websites and go on virtual tours of galleries, museums, national parks and gardens.
Goa is multifaceted. There is a variety of cuisines and restaurants. There is history that lets you turn back pages. And of course, there is a coastline dotted with beaches for every kind of traveller: the backpacker, the party-goer, the solitude-seeker and the nature-lover. As much as I loved Aditya Roy Kapoor and Disha Patani’s…
Travellers are disappointed with cancellation and refund policies by airlines, hotels and operators, but we need to be patient in the face of crisis.
The World Health Organisation has declared that Coronavirus, or COVID-19, is a pandemic. WHO reported 1,18,000 cases of Coronavirus in 114 countries and 4,300 deaths. Strict travel restrictions are being imposed around the world. Here’s an update for Indian travellers.
Barangaroo, Sydney’s new neighbourhood, is making waves with locals and travellers, and there are plenty of reasons to explore this area. Find out here.
Wondering if you should cancel your upcoming trip amidst the coronavirus outbreak? Here’s all the information you need to make this decision.
Whether you’re in the mood for chaat or berry pulao or mac and cheese, these restaurants in Mumbai will satiate every craving. This list includes legendary restaurants as well as new places, so tick them all off next time you’re in the city.
Phoebe’s Farm, about three hours from Mumbai, is a human-friendly pet resort. Come here to cut-off from the city, spend time with 120 dogs and live simply.
Heartland on Netflix is one of my top favourites these days and if you like looking at beautiful locations, then maybe you should check it out, too!