Great Plains Conservation – ol Donyo Lodge
Get cosy under a duvet in a star bed at Great Plains Conservation’s ol Donyo Lodge. Out in the African savannah, allow the beauty of the night to take over. Free of pollution or city lights, the clear night sky with stars glittering like diamonds is a sight to behold
India’s wealthy are still planning their travels—and they’re taking to private jets
Private jet and charter companies witness a spike in interest from Indian families wanting to fly to luxe hotels in Maldives and Rajasthan, wellness retreats in Kerala, and safari camps in Africa
23 hotels bring local experiences to their guests
Curated tours, culinary treats and native therapies are just a few ways that some of the finest hotels bring a sense of place to their guests.
Alia Bhatt gives a sneak peek into her African safari
Alia Bhatt recently took a break from the reel world and took off into the wilderness of Kenya on a jungle safari with Ranbir Kapoor. Her latest vlog on her YouTube channel starts with the gorgeous view from her tent, where she claims a lion had just strolled by. From the looks of it, Alia was at one of the camps run by Great Plains Conservation at Masai Mara.
India’s wealthy are still planning their travels—and they’re taking to private jets.
As India slowly and shakily emerges from one of the strictest lockdowns in the world, travel as we have known it is still a way off. And while flying has resumed, it's severely restricted—and stressful. It's little wonder then that India's wealthy are looking at private jets travel as a viable option. In fact, demand shot up nine-fold in the days just prior to lockdown, admits Kanika Tekriwal, CEO and founder of JetSetGo Aviation, and they're presently receiving about 20 enquiries every day. Read More