We all have been to various fairs and festivals in India like the Surajkund mela. But have you seen the mela from the eyes of 2 British female travelers? Here’s a narration of Surajkund mela 2017 from the eyes of two British female travelers Maureen and Maggie. This blog post shall take you through a myriad of emotions and thought provoking conversation between the author and the guests while absorbing the colorful culture of India. Continue reading A memorable trip to Surajkund Mela from the eyes of Maureen and Maggie!
We have been hearing about Accessible Tourism but still dont know what it means. Mr Sobti helps us understand the real meaning of Accessible Tourism and why is it a bright business model. Continue reading Demystifying Accessible Tourism
On World Wetlands’ day, Co-Founder of BnBNation shares the significance of sustainable tourism practices. It’s a must read for all nature lovers. Continue reading World Wetlands Day- an opportunity to adopt Sustainable Tourism practices
As Dr. KK Aggarwal takes over the reins of IMA, experience the unique culture and hospitality of India on display in the holy city of Amritsar. Continue reading Heroism of different hues on display in Amritsar
A solo female British traveler rejoices and celebrates Lohri, the harvest festival of North India with an Indian family. It turns out to be an overwhelming event for her. Read on to know more. Continue reading BnB host makes Lohri, a memorable one for Anne!
A story on how Mrs Prasad’s negative views on India change during her stay with a BnB host in India during Diwali. Continue reading Diwali the perfect time to be in India with a BnB host
Dussehra is not just about Ram Lila but also about Indian traditions practiced at home. Read the post to find out how Emily quenches her curiosity about Indian traditions by experiencing India in its homes. Continue reading Celebrating Dussehra with a BnB Host