Is travel in India safe? Yes, it can be! I’ve travelled in India over the past 13 years. These are my top 20 safety tips for women travelling in India.
When I interviewed Irish travel writer Dervla Murphy at her home in Ireland, she said something about overcoming fear that I have been thinking about since.
On World Tourism Day, my thoughts about how to promote India: the most unique and transformative travel destination on earth.
Real women travellers strut their stuff. A photo essay celebrating the bold, beautiful, adventurous, and active women in travel. #TravelReality
At Barefoot College in Rajasthan, a focus on responsible tourism, and projects that train women in sustainable solutions, leads to women empowerment in India.
Are you a female solo traveller planning a solo trip in India? You need to read my Solo Female Travellers Guide to Being Rude. Plus, meet 20 kickass solo female travellers who soared in India!
Solo female travel myth: It’s dangerous. Hannah Logan bursts the 3 most common myths about solo female travel and suggests a different approach.
The best way to experience India’s culture is through home stays. Prakash Kutir in Delhi is a perfect example of a home stay that offers cultural immersion.
For International Women’s Day this year I’m celebrating Shakti power. Shakti is the Sanskrit word for feminine energy, and it’s what the world needs now!