yoga on the beach participants during the Lamu yoga festival

‘If you are looking to switch off your mind, get rid of the stain of everyday noise, to have new conversations, to eat new foods, to litter another part of the world with pieces of yourself, to dip your feet into talcum soft sand.’ Lamu is where you need to be, as aptly described by […]

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Amazing Attractions in Pokhara – If You Are Not a Hiker

Paragliding over Phewa Lake

Pokhara is Nepal’s second-largest city, located some 240km from KathmanduIf you are wondering what Pokhara is famous for, it is home to some of the most coveted trekking spots in the world, it is professional climbers’ mecca. If you have ever harboured ambitions of trekking to the sky, Pokhara is probably one of the few places where you can come close to achieving this goal.

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It is easy to comprehend why Tajikistan is often referred to as the roof of the earth. Unbelievably,  ninety per cent of the country consists of jaw-dropping rugged mountains.  The Pamir mountain ranges are the third highest in the world, earning the country bragging rights for the highest peaks in Central Asia. It is no […]

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Stunning Photos Of Lahore’s Old City to Inspire your Wanderlust

Immense Badshahi Mosque with its 4 minarets

For a city known for its controlled chaos, the ultimate place to delve deeper into Pakistan’s inner layers and experience its authentic culture is Lahore’s old city. There isn’t a shortage of ways to spend your time being captivated by what it has to offer. You will leave mesmerised by its unique Mughal architecture, satiated […]

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Hunza Valley: Pakistan’ s Ultimate Weekend Getaway

Hussaini bridge one of the world's famous dangerous bridges

My move to Pakistan three years ago was a mix of anxiety and excitement. Mostly framed by perceptions from news coverage, that was often biased and one-sided. Pakistan is often portrayed as a danger zone rife with militias running amok. While in reality, most parts of the country are relatively safe and make for an epic […]

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Iceland Part Two: Breathtaking Attractions To Explore on The South Coast

If you are planning to travel to Iceland, chances are that you will pass through its southern coast, famous for breathtaking waterfalls, glaciers, iconic black beaches and  the fiery volcano that erupted in 2010, disrupting air travel across Europe. I first visited Iceland in the summer of 2017 and wrote about some of its blockbuster […]

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Work-cation: Practical Way to Exploit Beautiful Bali

There are about a million reasons, and a million blog posts for that matter, for travel to Bali. It’s because it’s so diverse, there is something there for everyone. Whether you’re looking for a low-key fabulous get-away or a fun blend of beach partying and shopping. Bali is your place. I spend a week there […]

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Sudan – Not Your Regular Tourist Destination But Well Worth The Trip

I have to admit, my first reaction to visiting Khartoum was a mix of trepidation and curiosity. Frankly, all I knew about the country was that it had been ravaged by war and other inglorious tales that is fodder for mainstream news. So when a close friend invited me to her wedding, I was pleasantly […]

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