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This month's issue is your ticket to spectacular wildlife and breathtaking habitats. Show some love to the birds and beasts of India as we tell you where all the wilderness thrives. While an exciting safari and a trek await you in Karnataka and Kashmir, respectively, the varied hues of the Mojave Desert are perfect for an outdoor adventure. Here's Team OT bringing you the best from the wild side.

RIDE THE WIND

The quiet of the road, the sheer peace of mind and some quality ‘me time’. Here’s why you'll crave that solo bike ride more and more

RIDE THE WIND

3 mins

Eka Pada Galavasana: Flying Crow Pose

Also known as the Flying Pigeon Pose, this highly advanced asana is a part of ashtanga yoga in its third series. The idea isn’t to nail the pose as much as it is to enjoy the process. The sequence leads to the physical strengthening of the core, arms, and hips, along with an improvement in balance. The journey to the final asana sharpens mental focus and boosts confidence. If carpe diem was an asana, this would be it.

Eka Pada Galavasana: Flying Crow Pose

2 mins

BOUNCING Back

Karan Kaushik interviewed Rajasthan Chief minister Ashok Gehlot about post-pandemic tourism guidelines in the state and the new tourism policy announced

BOUNCING Back

3 mins

The Great Himalayan Recovery

Nestled comfortably in the lap of the Himalayas, Uttarakhand is where myth and history walk hand in hand. With rivers, ravines, and natural ecosystems, it ranks high on the mountainscapes list. Equal parts adventure and divinity, the state, less than two decades old, is heavily dependent on tourism, thanks to the favorable climate that it offers throughout the year.

The Great Himalayan Recovery

3 mins

TRAILING Solo

I USED TO GO RUNNING EVERY evening at sunset from my lodge at Bandhavgarh to a village nearby. One evening, as I was walking back, I heard langur alarm calls. They were excited and frantic, and I knew what that meant—a big cat. After about 45 minutes, I saw something come out of the bushes, look at me, and charge. Almost instinctively, I jumped up and yelled back, and the leopard ran away. The female came out of the bushes next and simply walked away. I guess I won alpha-off.”

TRAILING Solo

2 mins

WHERE THE WILDERNESS THRIVES

Answer the call of the wild as seasons transition and wildlife sanctuaries and national parks across the country open their gates for an escape in nature. Here is Team OT’s handy guide to spotting the rarest of the rare!

WHERE THE WILDERNESS THRIVES

5 mins

THE WOODS CAME CALLING

People spend a lifetime envisioning the wildlife they’ll see on a safari. ROSHNI SUBRAMANIAN with ‘no hopes attached’ recalls her maiden voyage into the wild

THE WOODS CAME CALLING

7 mins

ON THE other SIDE

Mountains and valleys, pirs and pandits, turquoise lakes and the great Himalaya. The sounds of Kashmir have finally come to life.

ON THE other SIDE

7 mins

What's Hot In The Food World?

Global Adventures For The Desi Palate

What's Hot In The Food World?

2 mins

Land of the Dawn-Lit Mountains

ON AN UNSEASONABLY WARM October morning in Delhi that made me pine for the jungle encrusted hills of the northeast, I received a Facebook message from a British journalist and travel writer, Antonia Bolingbroke-Kent. Antonia was planning to travel through Nagaland and wanted to make a stop at the Tzu Valley, where I worked with local communities on a conservation project. I was intrigued when she mentioned she had written a book on her motorbike journey through Arunachal Pradesh—a land lately forgotten by the outside world, still bewilderingly wild and peopled by tribes with fascinating cultural and folkloric traditions, beliefs, and practices. Whose origins remain shrouded in mystery.

Land of the Dawn-Lit Mountains

2 mins

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Outlook Traveller Magazine Description:

PublisherThe Outlook Group

CategoryTravel

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

Outlook Traveller Magazine is a monthly travel magazine published by The Outlook Group. It is India's most widely read travel magazine, providing readers with information and inspiration on travel destinations, experiences, and culture from around the world.

The magazine covers a wide range of travel topics, including:

* Destination guides: Outlook Traveller features in-depth destination guides to popular and off-the-beaten-path destinations around the world, with information on things to see and do, where to stay and eat, and how to get around.
* Hotel reviews: The magazine reviews hotels from all over the world, with a focus on luxury and boutique hotels.
* Travel experiences: Outlook Traveller features articles on a variety of travel experiences, such as adventure travel, culinary travel, and cultural travel.
* Travel tips: The magazine provides readers with tips on everything from planning a trip to packing for a journey.
* Travel photography: Outlook Traveller is known for its stunning photography, which captures the beauty and excitement of travel.

If you love to travel, then Outlook Traveller Magazine is the perfect resource for you. Subscribe today and start your journey to a more informed and enjoyable travel experience..

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