Jordan receives a lot of superstar actors from all over the world, but none as notorious as India’s very own Pammi Aunty! That’s right. Ssumier Pasricha’s Punjabi alter-ego Pammi Aunty – complete with a towel on her head with rollers on top, facemask and wicked sense of … Continue readingPammi Aunty travels to Jordan with Byond!
Vietnam is a country like no other, with a complex culture, beautiful natural land and seascapes, and a long, rich history. And it’s a favorite with travellers – but don’t just take our word for it. Here’s Malita Crasto’s account of her voyage to Vietnam with … Continue readingI travelled to Vietnam with a women-only group and loved it! Here’s why you will too
Which woman doesn’t dream about a relaxing vacation or just a break away from routine? With women working and earning more, their purchasing power has increased tremendously. Travel statistics indicate that 80% of women are calling the shots about their travel plans regardless of whom … Continue readingWhy do Indian women fancy a women-only holiday?
There’s just something magical about Bhutan. Maybe it’s the beautiful landscape or the unique cultural heritage that makes you feel like you’ve taken a tumble back in time, or perhaps it’s the really warm, happy locals that you meet along the way. Either ways, the Kingdom … Continue readingHere’s Why Our Travellers Say Bhutan Is Their Favourite Destination
There’s no road quite like the one that leads through Jordan. From red sands to the Red Sea, a self-drive adventure in Jordan will lead you through some of the most spectacular visual terrain you’ll ever see, from the alien lunar-like landscape of Wadi Rum … Continue reading12 Spectacular Sights You’ll See On the Ultimate Jordan Road Trip
If you’re looking to escape the daily hustle and bustle of life and explore an entirely new country, or if you simply love driving through new, challenging terrain, Jordan is the place to go. Swetha Kurada, explorer by heart, veg by nature, and owner of Bangalore … Continue readingROADTRIPP-IN’-JORDAN
When I told my mum that I was travelling by myself to Bhutan, she raised an eyebrow. When I added that I was joining an all-women group to Bhutan, organized by Byond Travel, the other eyebrow curved upwards too, in disbelief. (By the way, we‘re … Continue readingThe Irresistible Perks Of Group Travel (as told by a solo traveller)