The idea of travelling with a group of strangers either with your friends or by yourself sounds like fun, but when you think of all the ‘baggage’ that comes with it, many people aren’t quite sure it’s for them. Why
Let’s face it: when you think of group travel, you can’t help but picture large, lethargic groups that slow down your desired pace and stub you from doing it all. Well, the reality couldn’t be farther from the truth. Group
With the football fever in the air, it’s the time when everyone enjoys talking about the world cup, their favourite players, last night’s match(es), the surprises and the disappointments. And indeed, even we’ve had our share of discussions. We can’t
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
Everyone knows by now that the people you travel with are just as important – if not more so – than the places you’ll go. Sure, you can jet off to countries all over the world and explore them by
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
The perks and irks of group travel are not new to us. It doesn’t matter if you’re hitting the road with friends you’ve known for 15 years because the umpteenth squabble over an ordinarily insignificant matter can unleash your inner
There’s a certain easy comfort that comes when travelling with friends or family. You know each other’s routines, how they like their coffee, what books they’re sure to bring along and who is most likely to flood your Instagram feed!