Zipline Into Royalty, Rajasthan
Mehrangarh fort organically emerges from it's perched red base, offering a theatrical view that leaves even the most discerning visitor breathless. A walk through the maze of alleys in the old city of Jodhpur is not for the faint hearted, we have seen Google Maps giving up after a point. And the Bond aficionados can live their dream by ziplining over the towering battlements and delighting in a view that takes one an inch closer to the heaven.
Single Malt Safari ,Scotland
An Expert-led whisky tasting tour of 8 renowned distilleries like Laphroaig, Ardbeg, Glenlivet, Oban and others. A tasting at the Scotch Malt Whisky society, a private members club of Whisky enthusiasts from all over the World.
A tour of the World's leading specialist Whisky bottlers and suppliers. All of the while exploring the regions of Argyll and into the ancient kingdom of Dalriada with more than its fair of prehistoric monuments and Scottish Landscapes .
Heritage Stays In Himachal Pradesh
Garli, Himachal Pradesh
A sleepy little village nestled in the Kangra valley, Garli could almost be a place suspended in time – heritage buildings, temples & shrines, local craft. But, enjoying Kangri chai next to a pond as you marvel over the reflections of the night sky gives you a different high! With elegant havelis, mansions and Italianate buildings, interspersed amongst lovely mud-plastered and slate-roofed houses, Garli is a hamlet waiting to be discovered. With an amazing diversity of architecture (some decaying & some crumbling), scenery, bio-diversity, Garli remains relatively unspoilt, giving her a medieval ambience. Recognizing the need to protect their heritage, in December 2002 the Government of Himachal Pradesh notified Garli as a Heritage Village.
Go Bananas In Anegundi, Karnataka
Banana Fibre Workshop
Exploring caves In Vietnam
Son Doong Cave, Vietnam
Son Doong cave, the world's largest cave was a best kept secret up until recently. A vietanamese local said to have accidentally stumbled upon the cave in 1991 and almost two decades later in 2009 the cave was officially discovered by British cavers. It scales at a majestic 9 kilometres length, 200 metres height and 150 metres width. It was an outcome of mountain erosion caused by the river water and hence the name - Mountain River cave. Only a part of this cave is now open to public viewing, but these dizzying views are enough to make even an atheist believe in God.
What makes this cocooned utopia even more wonderful is the forest and river that it houses- the greens bloom in their full glory due to the weak limestone that had caved in, creating huge skylights that allow the ethereal sunbeams to cut in, thus permitting the ecosystem to flourish inside. The cave hosts some of the tallest stalagmites in the world that rise up to 70 metres.