The actor’s ultimate planner to the land Down Under includes holding a koala, catching the perfect sundowner in Sydney and gorging on local charcoal chicken.
Fireworks, myths and ritualistic dances are part of the traditional festivities in the city.
Mapping magical realism in the country that shaped the writer's life and career.
Savouring food, friendship, and freedom on a solo trip to Ubud and Kuta.
At The Serai Bandipur, elegant peacocks keep you company and dainty flowerpeckers compose the jungle’s score.
A photographer travels to Birbhum to capture Basant Utsav, a riot of colours and joyous festivities.
Miss Jenny’s Homestay offers a slice of coastal countryside in the setting of a refurbished century-old Portuguese villa.
Quirky outfits, hard-hitting banners and heartwarming tales of love and identity make the city's queer parade an iconic phenomenon.
An ancient time lives on in Saputara and Champaner, with millennia-old sites, lush plains, and local festivals in its fold.
Spending a night in the majestic Lukhsmi Vilas is an adventure for the senses.
From art installations to masterclasses, the India Ceramic Triennale will bring artisanal clay craft into the mainstream.
A back-to-the-roots trip to Mulki, near Mangalore, reveals a longer journey within.
Cocktails and cruises make for an intoxicating weekend at The Park Baga River.
Snow-crusted mountains and a lawn strewn with apple trees, make a stay at this Lego-like boutique property a trip to remember.
Music in hill town cafés or vibrant summer festivals, we have a plan to make your restless feet happy.
From hand-picking mangoes in Maharashtra to plucking tea in the valleys of Assam, here’s your list of quirky summer haunts.
Despite the tourists, Mussoorie and Landour offer just the right dose of charm and scenic views for an ideal summer getaway.
Welcome spring by watching baby turtles in Velas and attending a yoga festival in Rishikesh.
February is lush with music fests and much more. It also is your last chance to dash outdoors to make the most of what is left of winter.
In Rishikesh, a 272-foot dive from the cliffs of Mohan Chatti is both chilling and thrilling.
From wildlife safaris to a street food mela, start the New Year with a bang.
Life at Sassoon is now art for all at St+Art India’s latest project in Mumbai.
From trippy music festivals to cosplay events, there is plenty to do in the last month of the year.
St+Art India’s Urban Art Festival has transformed one of Mumbai’s busiest areas with expansive murals and installations.
From a street art festival in Mumbai to a culture fest in Osian, there's plenty to do.
Winter is yet to come. But October is almost here. Plan your getaways today.