Over the past 9 years, I’ve learned a lot about getting ready for a long trip. These are some of my top tips for luggage, shoes, packing, medicines, etc.
How to write about your travels in foreign lands without putting your foot in it. Pro tips for avoiding cliches, stereotypes & offending locals.
I couldn’t imagine a hotel made of ice and snow, which is why I went to the Ice Hotel in Quebec, Canada. What I discovered was beyond my imagination.
British traveller Clare shares her first impressions of India and how the country both confounded, and far exceeded, her expectations.
This October, join me and Kensington Tours on the trip-of-a-lifetime to experience India on a women-only tour of Delhi, Rajasthan and the Taj Mahal.
The entire transcript of my speech for the Women’s Travel Festival about facing fears, travelling in India and being a female solo traveller.
I’ve partnered with Kensington Tours to offer readers the best private, guided tours of India, including a women-only small group tour.
I grew up having tea parties with my Nana and went on pilgrimage to Darjeeling, India to find out the true nature of tea.
I have travelled the breadth of India, and these are my picks for top 5 romantic places and hotels, from regal Rajasthan to the misty Himalayan heights.
Starting in the fall of 2014, tourists from 180 countries will be able to get a Visa on arrival at most international airports in India.
What’s it like to go on a private guided tour? I found out that it’s great! The benefits include worry free travel, loads of adventures and a certain style….
In Goa, I found out that choosing a beach can tell you who you are. Palolem has a party vibe. Patnem is a haven of solitude. Which would you choose? -