Everything in you that seeks something different, something beyond that usual travel experience is an un[traveller]. Ever feel that there’s something more to the place than you see? That is the call of the un[traveller]. That courage of walking into lands unknown, of taking that leap of faith by trusting yourself. We believe there’s an un[traveller] in every human, and here, you come to find just that.
Stop travelling. Start Experiencing.
un[travel] to the less explored Tso Moriri Lake at 4595 metres above MSL, away from crowded high-altitude lakes with blinding flashlights. Past green marshland with streams criss-crossing to the lake beyond. The eight hours it takes to get here from Leh are worth every minute as your vision clears to see the serene blue Tso Moriri Lake with mountains beyond. Spectacular reflections of surrounding mountains and white clouds set against the clear blue sky make Tso Moriri seem like a giant mirror and one of the not-to-miss places to visit in Ladakh.Read More
The ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’ is famed for its fascinating Maori culture, amazing craft beer, stunning thermal springs, impressive volcanic cones, mesmerising clear waters, incredible wildlife and much more!
So, when somebody asks, “What are the places to visit in New Zealand?” it’s a tough call. Here’s our top five picks of things to do in New Zealand:Read More
Indonesia is a beautiful assault on your senses. It is a spectacle of beaches and volcanoes. It is rich diversity coupled with pulse raising adventure. It is the extraordinarily imaginative Sumatra and the enterprising Flores. It is the gradual hair raising excitement when you go from watching the lounging orangutans to the prowling komodo. From the precision of the Balinese dancer to the idyllic white sands of the Sumbawa; the glamour of Jakarta to the dramatic history of the Banda Islands; mouthwatering Bali to the magnificent Borobudur, it is the sheer contrast that one encounters here that makes Indonesia a truly intriguing experience.Read More
What’s common between a cricket test match, an intensely smoky single malt and Corbett National Park? Plenty actually – they can all test your patience, are acquired tastes and even so are strangely favored by the ‘connoisseurs’.
Though named after the legendary hunter turned conservationist Jim Corbett, strangely enough only one of the maneater tigers he shot, the Mohan Maneater, was from these forests.Read More
Welcome to ‘Birdwatchers Paradise’. A small village tucked away within the Kumaon hills, magical forests echoing the songs of hundreds of colourful birds with little trails that disappear into sunlit glades – that’s Pangot for you! Although just 15 kilometres...