• Photographer: Hotel Ram Pratap

  • Lakeside haveli hotels in Udaipur

    Udaipur is one of India’s most magical cities – a bastion of Rajasthani tradition – with its creamy-white palaces beside a shimmering lake, rambling old havelis and romantic luxury hotels that pull in honeymooners and more than a few wedding parties. Here’s our…

  • Photographer: Rajat Sharma

  • Manali–Leh Road Trip

    Why go? The high-altitude road trip from Manali to Leh is a two-day journey along dangerous mountain roads cutting through harsh and inclement trans-Himalayan terrain. En route, you are rewarded with ethereal scenery, a quaint mountain culture and a travelling experience paralleled by few…

  • Road trip through Kinnaur and Spiti, Himachal Pradesh

    It takes certain amount of madness to do this – three girls set off on a 9-day road trip through East Himachal, covering more than 1000 km through unfamiliar terrain, and driving on a highway that’s billed as one of…

  • Life. Cycle.

    For some it means green, For some fitness, For some a relic of a bygone era and for some it is LIFE… A photo story on lifeCYCLE and the lives that cycle around it.

  • Photographer: Lonely Planet Images

  • Travelling with Kids in Thailand

    Thailand is surprisingly family-friendly with a range of activities and outings guaranteed to delight parents and children alike. For those with infants, the Thais’ innate adoration of children will usually guarantee that they stay entertained and are given special treatment. Tailor-made for Children The…

  • Photographer: Chaayos/© Kabeer Lal 2013

  • Delhi’s Best Tea Joints

    It’s that time of the year when, just like that, holding the warm edges of a cup of tea against the washed greens and smattering of colors, Delhi is suddenly beautiful. From chai-khanas to tea lounges, this beverage has changed…

  • Photographer: Vaibhav Mehta

  • Rajasthan

    That lovin’ feeling There is still the unexpected lurking about in Rajasthan’s southern reaches, with great food, atmospheric forts,  intriguing guides and car-crazy royals – all best seen right  after the monsoon leaves the land lush and verdant What on…

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  • ITALY: David Rocco’s Rice Cake

    Celebrity Italian chef David Rocco, known for producing and hosting the television series David Rocco’s Dolce Vita among others, was in the country recently to explore Indian cuisines. He teamed up with Executive Chef Rajdeep Kapoor of ITC Maratha to…

  • Jambolana Safari Camp, Dudhwa, Uttar Pradesh

    INTO THE WILD GREAT FROM New Delhi, Lucknow GREAT FOR Rhino-spotting GO NOW for spectacular bird life. They said it would be rustic, they said it would be beautiful, they said it had an untamed location like no other. But…

  • Tea Time in Darjeeling

    Go off the beaten track and filmi photo ops for some quaint tea garden time in this Himalayan town. When a destination has been done to death and its highlights have become to resemble cliché, then it’s time to revisit…

  • Tips for that first visit to Kerala

    In this extract from Lonely Planet India’s Kerala travel guide, we look at some of the very basic information you need while planning a trip to this amazing state. Quick Facts Languages: Malayalam, English, Tamil and some Hindi. Mobile Connectivity: Major operators like…

  • City Walk: Architectural Mumbai

    Start: Gateway of India End: Eros Cinema Distance: 2.5km Duration: 1½ Hours Mumbai’s defining feature is Its distinctive mix of colonial-era and art deco architecture.

  • Bhutan in Five Days

    Despite being a country spread across several hundred kilometres, Bhutan’s major sights are concentrated in its western province. This means that it is perfectly possible to plan your holiday around an extended weekend and pack a fabulous trip to this wonderful destination in only…