The current issue of India Outbound brings a complete dose of wildlife for you from the wildlife reserves of Botswana and a warehouse of exotic animals from Tanzania. Apart from wildlife, the issue has come out with variety –honeymoon in New Zealand, a heritage walk in Angkor wat; a cultural weekend in French city Lyon and a zillion of things to do in New York. If this is not enough, the photo trail of Tahiti, an island in French Polynesia, will leave you with choices for culture, nature, isolation. There is a lot more to explore in the issue. Keep reading!
Built between 800-1300 AD, the sprawl of the ruins of Angkor Wat covering an area of over 400 square kilometres, is arguably one of the world’s largest awe inspiring ancient cities. I was trying very hard to suppress my inner Indiana Jones actually. I’ve always been partial to fedotas, but Angkor does that to the … Continue reading The Awe of Angkor →
Focussing on experiential tourism For the young, aware and hungry-forexperience travellers of today, tour operators are required to be updated and prepared with immediate answers, says Guldeep Singh Sahni. How has travel business been this holiday season for outbound travel? Can you share the numbers and volumes? There is growth of 7-9 per cent, but … Continue reading Guldeep Singh Sahni →
With a warehouse of exotic animals such as zebra, giraffe and hippopotamus; and the culture of its primitive tribes; Tanzania attracts the travellers inclined to adventure and desolation. Muh’ – I say in a moment of rare eloquence. It’s a giraffe – my first giraffe – by the side of the road. Remember Sam … Continue reading Tanzania →