Destination of the week

  • Lonavla, Maharashtra

    In 1871, the Lonavla and Khandala hill stations were discovered by Lord Elphinstone

  • El Nido, Philippines

    El Nido in Palawan, Philippines is famous for its pristine beaches, exotic corals, craggy cliffs and hidden coves

  • Dwarka, Gujarat

    Dwarka, an ancient city is an important pilgrimage town for Hindus all round the world

  • Genova, Italy

    The port city of Genova in north-west Italy lies in the middle of a long coastal region above Italy's 'boot'

  • Dudhwa Tiger Reserve, Uttar Pradesh

    Dudhwa National Park and Tiger Reserve is one of India's lesser known national parks and is ideal for bird watchers and wildlife enthusiasts

  • Reykjavik, Iceland

    The world’s northernmost capital is home to wonders like the Blue Lagoon geothermic spa, the Northern Lights and The Golden Circle

  • Sarnath, Uttar Pradesh

    Sarnath is an important Buddhist pilgrimage center as it is believed that after attaining Enlightenment, Lord Buddha preached his first sermon here

  • Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Famous for its artistic heritage, Amsterdam welcomes visitors with its massive canal systems and peculiar narrow houses

  • Almora, Uttarakhand

    Almora, the famous hill station in Uttarakhand is at an altitude of 1,650 m and is spread over a hilltop that overlooks picturesque terraced fields

  • Petersburg, Alaska

    Blessed with three beautiful harbours which attract private yachts and smaller cruise ships, this thriving fishing village has a history deeply rooted in Norwegian heritage

  • Bicholim, North Goa

    Bicholim, also known as Dicholi, lies in the mining heartland of Goa, about 30 kilometres from the capital Panjim

  • Brighton, England

    Called as UK's hippiest city, Brighton is also the top seaside destination for overseas visitors

  • Madurai, Tamil Nadu

    When on a visit to the city, one is greeted by lavish carvings of Hindu Gods and the 14 colourful gopurams, gateway towers of the Meenakshi Amman Temple

  • Coachella Valley, Southern California

    Coachella Valley is famous for its vast golf courses, resort cities and the Coachella music festival

  • Guruvayur, Kerala

    Situated in the Thrissur district, around 82 kms from Kochi, the entire town is structured around Guruvayur temple and it is a major commercial centre

  • Osuna, Seville

    Osuna located at the Sevillian countryside has been declared as a historic-artistic site and is home to rich monumental wealth

  • Netarhat, Jharkhand

    Netarhat, famously known as the Queen of Chotanagpur Falls, is in the Latehar district of Jharkhand

  • Quebec City, Quebec

    Quebec City, capital of the Canadian province of Quebec is situated at the intersection of the St. Lawrence and the St. Charles River

  • Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh

    At an altitude of 1500 m above sea level, the place is home to the Apatani tribe and is famous for the paddy-cum-pisciculture cultivation

  • Mandalay, Myanmar

    With ancient temples and amazing landscapes, golden pagodas and welcoming people, Mandalay in Myanmar is slowly opening up to the modern world.

  • Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh

    The Banke-Bihari Temple is one of the famous temples here not just for its architecture but for its week-long lavish Holi celebrations

  • Hobart, Australia

    Tasmania's capital city and the second oldest capital in Austraila, Hobart is nestled in the foothills of Mount Wellington.

  • Phnom Penh, Cambodia

    The bustling capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh is located at the confluence of three rivers namely the great Tonle Sap, the Mekong and the Bassac.

  • Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

    Away from the chaotic mess of the urban cities, Kasol offers something for everyone - from nature lovers to trekkers to backpackers.

  • Amsterdam, Netherlands

    Amsterdam, the capital of Netherlands originated as a small fishing village in the late 12th century.

  • Nashik, Maharashtra

    Located in north-west Maharashtra, Nashik is the third-largest city in the state after Mumbai and Pune.

  • Thimphu, Bhutan

    Thimphu is that it is the only capital city in the world that does not use traffic lights