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On the Village Circuit in Ladakh
In India's Ladakh region, a well-seasoned network of village homestays allows you to get immersed in the local culture without roughing it.
Safeguarding the Ganges
Safeguarding the Ganges
A new chapter in Indian ecotourism is unfolding along the upper reaches of the country’s holiest river, where a ban on rafting camps and t...
Bombay Heritage Walks takes guests past such historical landmarks as Flora Fountain, which has stood in the Fort district since 1864.
5 Walking Tours to Take in Mumbai
From food to flea markets, these five themed walks are anything but pedestrian.
A hill outside town provides the perfect perch for a young kite flier - not to mention a stunning view over Jaisalmer and its centerpiece fort.
City in the Sand
Jaisalmer could well be India’s most enchanting fortress city, surrounded by a strange but beautiful desert.
Colonial-era villas line a street in Panaji's Fontainhas quarter.
Exploring Goa, Beyond the Guidebooks
A visit to the Indian state reveals its peaceful, hidden neighborhoods in addition to beloved beaches.
Monks blow conch shells from the monastery's terraces.
Setting Up Camp in Remote India
A luxury traveling camp helps one of India's oldest monasteries by bringing travelers to its valley.
The only way to explore the protected islands and mudflats of the world's largest mangrove forest is by boat.
Tiger Territory in the Sundarbans
In the Ganges Delta, thick mangroves teem with wildlife, some species more elusive than others.
Malcolm Borwickand teammates in from of the Umaid Bhawan Palace.
A Royal Polo Tournament in Jodhpur
A maharaja-hosted polo tournament provides the perfect excuse to revisit Jodhpur, India's Blue City.
Fly as high as 1,500 meters with in the balloons.
Aloft in India by Hot-air Balloon
See Rajasthan and Lonavala by hot-air balloon from as high as 1,500 meters or as low as the treetops.