Tour guide Shailendra Singh lives in the Indian capital but his heart is in the Himalayas, where he has his second home. He’s recently created three tours for adventurous travellers who want to explore the mountains he loves so much.
Archives for June 2011
Greece’s parliament passed the austerity measures as thousands protested in Athens. Taste for Travel reports on the latest news from the Greek capital, and how this affects tourists.
An undercover reporter’s film about North Korea reveals hunger, poverty and other suffering on a scale that should put you off about going there on vacation.
Tuscany’s summer cultural festival has become a highlight of the region, especially for the town of Cortona, attracting everyone from the curious to Hollywood celebs.
Whether it’s skiing on the slopes or looking at them as you whizz past in a train, European winter holiday deals are hot. Japan is luring skiers back too.
Dear Sally, I’m on my way to meet my hot Greek god, but he now says he’s “camp” with the other protesters in the centre of Athens and he wants me to share a tent.
Greece might be in the headlines for all the wrong reasons but tourism is looking up. The Arab Spring deters travellers from the Middle East and looking instead for summer on the other side of the Med.
Manhattan is not your typical island and Painkiller is not your usual Tiki Bar. The dark brooding streets on the now trendy Lower East Side hold deep secrets poured into cocktail glasses.
New Zealand’s Otahuna Lodge, affected by the major earthquakes which devastated nearby Christchurch, is re-opening on July 11 and will host cooking classes with executive chef Jimmy McIntyre using organic produce.
Tourists are being encouraged to go back to Egypt, even though the political situation is far from settled following the ouster of president Hosni Mubarak.