Mountain Climbing in India

By guest writer Rohit from Trans India Travels There are many different ways to connect to nature. Some people like trekking or hiking, others enjoy rafting and camping. One of the most preferred and popular ways to connect with nature is by peak climbing. The beauty of nature that can be felt on top of… Continue reading Mountain Climbing in India

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New Zealand Summer

New Zealand. Aotearoa. The land of the long white cloud. The island nation tucked away in the south Pacific and the inspiration for Lord of the Rings. It's a dream destination for many, with travellers and tourists enduring long flights to explore beaches, volcanoes, mountains and glaciers. It's known for its rolling green hills on… Continue reading New Zealand Summer

Hiking to Ellmauer Tor

Autumn has ended in Austria and the mountains are coated in snow, transforming the landscape into a winter wonderland. The arrival of snow signals the start of skiing and snowboarding as resorts get ready to open to the public. The snow also signals the end of hiking season in Tirol as trails disappear and become… Continue reading Hiking to Ellmauer Tor

Living in Austria: Mountains and Nature

Living in the mountains and being close to nature is a dream for many. The lure of the Alps draws people from all over the world to Austria, France, Italy and Switzerland. All in search of the idyllic mountain lifestyle in the great outdoors. So what makes the Alpine lifestyle so appealing? Is it the… Continue reading Living in Austria: Mountains and Nature

Discovering Morocco

Morocco is a land of adventure, glamour and mystery. It feels European, African and Arabian, all at the same time. It's a travel friendly country but with a hint of danger around the edges. The cities revolve around traditions, but are still moving with modern times. Basically, Morocco is an intoxicating blend of deserts, mountains, beaches, cities, poverty and luxury. Visiting Morocco is a dream… Continue reading Discovering Morocco

The Marrakech Medina

The instructions from the manager seemed simple enough. Turn left out of the riad, then left again to find the main street. We had a little map with the route to Jemaa El Fna market square clearly marked, but within steps of entering the old quarter of Marrakech, we felt lost. Sights, smells and sounds overwhelming the… Continue reading The Marrakech Medina

Yoga On The Road

Maintaining a regular yoga practice while travelling can be a tricky process. Most yogis like to practice at their favourite studio, go to a particular class and learn from their best-loved instructors. It becomes a comforting routine. Going to the same place and seeing familiar faces. Routine can be good. It provides structure. But what… Continue reading Yoga On The Road

Lunch in Misurina

A few hours south of Tirol in Austria lies another Tirol. Südtirol in northern Italy. Südtirol is home to turquoise lakes, rustic pizzerias and the legendary Dolomites mountain range. A sprawling expanse of peaks in the Italian Alps and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temptation of exploring a new region was too hard to resist, so we… Continue reading Lunch in Misurina