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  • Posted by Admin

    Interview on Radio One Mumbai

    Listen to Nat Geo Traveller India's Editor-in-Chief Niloufer Venkatraman and Publishing Director Manas Mohan talk to RJ Hrishi K about the magazine's first anniversary issue.

  • Posted by Natasha Sahgal

    Cartwheels in Christchurch

    “Just ask where the circus people live. See you then!” These were definitely the vaguest directions I had ever received. Yet, there I was a month later, walking around the streets of Christchurch in New Zealand, hoping to find my host with these fuzzy directions. Mary, who I had met only briefly in Auckland, had invited me to spend time with her and the students of Circo Arts, a university of circus performance. It felt a little silly asking the convenience store owner about the “circus people.” But he didn’t seem baffled by my question, “It’s in the next lane, towards the end. You’ll see the flags.”

  • Posted by Azeem Banatwalla

    WHERE NO MAN HAS GONE BEFORE

    I took a few days off to kick back and enjoy a balcony with a mountain view in McLeod Ganj earlier this month. It was my first time there, so I was expecting big things based on all I’ve heard and read about the place. I got there early on a Friday morning, when the town was just waking up

  • Posted by Neha Dara

    WHY DO YOU TRAVEL?

    One of the first posts up on our nascent Facebook page asks readers why we travel. The answers have been varied: From food to curiosity, to the desire for new sights, smells and experiences.