January 21, 2016 The Gypsy Diary
Packing your rucksack is, perhaps, the most important pre-departure ritual. Improper packing means improper load distribution and this can lead to extreme discomfort as you have to carry the rucksack on your back for long distances in the rarefied atmosphere during the trek. Our trek leader, Himanshu, has some expert...
January 20, 2016 We Are Holidays
Sri Lanka packs a big punch in its small size. Few places can boast of the extraordinary variety of places to visit within such modest physical dimensions. Surrounded by the Indian Ocean, the coast is fringed with idyllic beaches, and the interiors have a range of wildlife rich jungles and...
January 20, 2016 We Are Holidays
Sri Lanka packs a big punch in its small size. Few places can boast of the extraordinary variety of places to visit within such modest physical dimensions. Surrounded by the Indian Ocean, the coast is fringed with idyllic beaches, and the interiors have a range of wildlife rich jungles and...
January 18, 2016 The Gypsy Diary
The whiff of mysticism that permeates your voice as your pronounce Ladakh is palpable. The arid cold plateau perched at a staggering altitude of 3000 m epitomises Beauty. Rows and rows of jagged peaks adorn the stark landscape, broad green valleys and meadows of dusty yellow run past sparkling streams and...
January 5, 2016 The Gypsy Diary
The Himalayas are gorgeous in winter. Thick snow carpets the mountainside. The pines and firs groan under the weight. There is fog everywhere. Rivers and lakes freeze to glistening mirrors. More often than not, the skies are grey. But when the sun does come out, the beauty of the landscape...
January 5, 2016 The Gypsy Diary
"Dangerous, Mystifying, Unexplored..." are some of the adjectives most people use to describe the little-known jungles and hills that adorn the Northeastern states of India. Post independence, inter-tribal skirmishes and a history of violence made this chunk of land almost disappear from the radar. While the rest of the country...