A village called Bam & how we discovered our kind of travel

There was a palpable, tense undercurrent in the car. We’d spent the previous day on a 10 hour drive from the cool and green Bomdila to the horrible dusty town of North Lakhimpur. We’d been pelted with bananas en route by gregarious, drunk revellers and the only hotel we found in North Lakhimpur was shabby…

Bhedaghat; Floating through the Narmada’s marble cliffs

The mighty Narmada, said to be older than the Ganges, is the fifth longest river in the country and the lifeline of Central India, especially Madhya Pradesh. It feeds the tribal communities in eastern MP and the forests of Satpura, forms an important pilgrim spot in Omkareshwar and Maheshwar and flows through numerous towns and…

A home in the jungle

Looking for a place to stay on your next Tiger safari ? Check out the wonderful Salban Homestay, Kanha’s best kept secret.

Punjab In Pictures

Some of our favourite photos from our three week journey through Punjab

Our first taste of Nagaland

Our first few days in India’s far east were spent absorbing Kohima, getting into the Nagaland vibe and visiting the beautiful village of Khonoma. Read about it here.


The land of festivals, 16 main indigenous tribes, colourful markets, unique ancient traditions, and verdant natural beauty, Nagaland promises to be nothing short of an adventure. We plan to traverse across the state, south to north, interacting with the many different tribes, learning and understanding their many customs, eating lots of yummy food, and soaking…

Karvy – One of Nature’s many wonders

It would be an understatement to say that travel has opened us up to new possibilities, occurrences and events. When we hear of something different we change course, when told about a secluded beach or a ghost town or a temple at the bottom of a crater, we jump at the chance to explore and…