Category: rural tourism
Dibru Saikhowa Wildlife Sanctuary had caught our attention since the time we decided to make our first trip to Northeast India. We were looking at the map to get an idea of the places we could visit and this piece of land in the middle of what looked like the mighty Brahmaputra looked intriguing. That it was a wildlife sanctuary meant that we had to visit it.
We were walking down a village called Gori 2 in Basar. Spotless, organised, perched on a hillock in the midst of lots of bamboos, a river flowing at the bottom
Jaipura Garh was a home. It didn’t just look good but FELT good. Outside was a real village.This was a real Rajasthan experience; offbeat, luxury and raw.
Travel plans for our first visit to the Garhwal Himalayas in Uttarakhand were like they always are – non-existent. Hence, flexible. Because we were travelling without an itinerary, we were
“Look forward to having you with us in the lost land of the Himalayas. Let’s leave the itinerary unplanned and unmapped” said the email from the Green People of The