In Himachal Pradesh, a fragile ecology, cornered by climate change, mindless tourism and unplanned development, is begging for intervention
Asphalt paves the intersection of ecotourism and development at a famed Himalayan trekking hub. | By Michael Shapiro
From scaling mountain highs in Japan to cave swimming in Indonesia—the best kind of travel often begins outside the comfort zone.
Lie under wizardly night skies in Tabo in Himachal Pradesh, hike in the Ladakhi village of Yurutse, and slide down dunes in Khuri.
A hamlet full of warm locals, lush forests and artsy vibes.
Unboxing clarity with the Vivo V17 Pro.
A private nature reserve, away from Mussoorie's tourist thrum, looks like something straight out of the author's stories.
The lure of the mountains takes a Nainital resident to the Northeast, Nepal, and Bhutan; and finally, leads her back home.
There is no need to chase the sights in this mountain town. All you need is a slight change of pace.
A trek into Nanda Devi National Park encompasses culture, wildlife and 360-degree views of the Great Himalayan Range.