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Must-See Family Attractions in Delhi

A visit to Delhi can be one of the most rewarding and memorable vacation experiences you can ever give your family. The city, rich in culture and history, is packed with amazing sights and adventures that can be both enchanting and overwhelming. Take advantage of this helpful list of must-see family attractions to see during […]

Family Time (On a Dime) in Mysore

While traveling to India doesn’t often scream “budget-friendly” to families looking for a vacation destination, the incredible landmass has more than a few destinations you can do affordably. Located in the southwestern Indian state of Karnataka, Mysore is a great location to plan your stay while sticking to a budget. You can see almost immediately […]

The Ultimate “Time Out”

Soccer practice. Music lessons. Student government. SAT and aptitude testing. Science field trips. And all of it falling after the 3 p.m. school bell rings. When it comes to tight schedules and over-programming, why should adults have all the fun when it comes to mindful ways to release tension and stress? Recent studies at Harvard […]

Unplug and Unwind With an Astrotourism Vacation in India

Families looking to wean their kids away from electronics, at least for a little while, can jump on the astrotourism trend — stargazing in the night sky — at a selection of Taj hotels in wonderfully exotic locations in India. From meteor showers and constellations to planets and shooting stars, these properties will help you take […]

Winter Festivals in India

Discover some of the most amazing, but lesser-known festivals this winter in India. For families interested in art, vibrant cultural traditions, history and incredible natural landscapes, India’s winter festivities have you covered. Kala Ghoda Arts Festival in Mumbai: Feb. 2–9 February brings big things to India, including the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival. Hosted Feb. 2–9 […]

Solo Travel Guide

Solo travel is a growing trend. From young adults traveling between school semesters or well-traveled adults taking a solo sabbatical, approximately 24 percent of Americans went on at least one solo vacation last year, and, according to a MMGY Global report, 46 percent of those travelers were women. Clearly, solo travel is a draw for […]