Increasingly, as our ‘experience score’ translates to our travel capital, and each new fantastical/epic/unreal/awesome click on our feed makes us feel in-adequate, uneasy and restless all at once, a nagging question dangles at the back of my mind.
Is Instagram (And Social Media) killing the joy of travel and destroying the very places we visit; and more importantly is the solution to stop traveling entirely?
Biscayne National Park is best described as a watery wonderland! Protecting a rare combination of aquamarine waters, emerald islands, and fish-bejeweled coral reefs, Biscayne takes your breath away. 13 of 59.
For those not familiar, ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’ (loosely translated to ‘you won’t get this life again’) is an Indian blockbuster … More
The Everglades — Here are no lofty peaks seeking the sky, no mighty glaciers or rushing streams wearing away the uplifted land. Here is land, tranquil in its quiet beauty, serving not as the source of water, but as the last receiver of it. 10 of 59.
Alien, bizarre, and strange are all words one will associate with Bryce Canyon National Park. Hoodoos, as these amazing geological … More
Challenging hikes give way to pristine snow-peaked mountains, crystal clear glacial waters, and unfazed wildlife in this beautiful national park. Grand Teton is home to a picturesque range of peaks, including its namesake, the Grand Teton peak.
The older i grow, the more convinced i am that satisfaction associated with expensive physical items is disappointingly fleeting. Unique … More
Our parents don’t entirely understand the point of numerous activities you pursue. Mine often wonder why i spend considerable amounts … More
Don’t get me wrong, i am an adventure Junkie by no means. But the idea of wading through muddy waters … More
Canyonlands national park in southeastern Utah is often known as the ‘lesser Grand Canyon’. Having been to the Grand Canyon … More
Arches national park in Utah is a spectacular result of water and wind erosion on sandstone over millions of years by the majestic Colorado river. 4 of 59.
The only national park in the northeast, Acadia is every bit the picture post-card. 3 of 59.