Travel journalist specializing in wildlife & conservation, culture, food & guidebooks. Content marketing experience with major hospitality & technology brands, plus branded content for tourism boards.
A round up for where to stay, eat, shop & play in Delhi for Air Canada's enRoute magazine and their in flight system.
When you’ve checked off the must-sees and done the must-dos, do you wonder what it’s like to actually live in the “Maximum City”?
Viewpoints and waterfalls are standard tourist fodder in any hill station, and Pachmarhi offers visitors a series of these. As a part of the Satpura Tiger Reserve, however, there are several deeply forested hideaways tucked into the folds of these mountains, accessible only by long, guided treks.
You’ve seen a pack of dogs and a troop of monkeys, maybe you’ve swum with a school of fish or spotted a pride of lions. These collective nouns roll right off the tongue. But there are other terms for animal or bird collectives that aren’t as commonly used.
The animal kingdom is filled with jaws built to crush and razor-sharp teeth. Movies like Jaws and Jurassic Park have served up graphic visuals of champion chompers, ripping through bone and flesh with ease.
In any major global city today, you will find new-age cafes advertising exorbitantly priced plant-based menus and self-styled health experts pontificating on the benefits of superfoods like turmeric. ‘Plant-based’ might be a modern-day buzzword, but the philosophy of eating roots, shoots, and leaves dates back centuries.
In the 1800s, Captain James Forsyth of the Bengal Lancers regiment explored much of the Satpura mountain range and documented his findings in The Highlands of Central India. It’s a recommended read even today for those who wish to delve deep into the workings of this vast Central Indian forest.
In the city for business and find yourself with a free day? Here’s how to make the most of those 24 hours.