Tag: Wellness Travel

There is something about Seoul. Every nook and corner of this city brims with positive vibes that are hard to miss and can uplift you even on a dreary day. The bottoms of coffee mugs come with inspiring messages such as ‘life is delicious’. Bakeries come with interesting names such as ‘All possible read more...
By Rama Ahuja
The mention of Canada conjures images of a vast, white landscape and rugged terrain, but the Maple country has a wealth of diversity that will take you by surprise. The surreal Angel Glacier in Jasper National Park rivals the untouched wilderness of the Great Bear Rainforest while the stern Rockies read more...
By Ambika Gupta
Tokyo is buzzing – it’s chaos and neon lights, Godzilla and technicolour. It’s a concrete megapolis of towering skyscrapers and a sea of humanity scurrying below. It’s also a city of baffling contradictions – there are the tightly packed pod hotels and the enveloping embrace of Shintoism, the dull read more...
By Ambika Gupta
SPICE ROUTE Enhance your knowledge of spices by taking a guided tour of a spice farm in Goa. The guide will tell you all you need to know about spices: cultivation, harvesting, processing and use. Your tour will end with a delicious traditional Goan meal served on a banana leaf. The best known read more...
By Charu Sharma
Natural Healing Discover your true self amidst aromatic sandalwood forests and orchards, in a sanctuary that is far from the hot and humid touristy areas of Kerala. A brainchild of Carmelite monks, Cure Monastery sits in the rain shadow area of Marayoor and Kanthaloor region. Meant for those with a read more...
By Charu Sharma
  NATURAL COLOURS   The Seven Coloured Earth in the Chamarel plain of the Rivière Noire District  The village of Chamarel in northwest Mauritius is home to a magnificent waterfall and a stunning natural phenomenon – Seven Coloured Earths. Formed when layers of lava from the now-dormant volcanos read more...
By Parvati M. Krishnan
AMANKORA Experience luxury that’s a class apart in this eight-suite Aman resort tucked in the serene environs of the Phobjikha Valley. Nearby is the 16th-century monastery, Gangte Goemba, with its predominant Bhutanese architecture and impressive history. Amankora takes on this local design for read more...
By Anwesha Sanyal