MUMBAI : To celebrate its completion of 3 years in India Conde Nast Traveller has come out with an India Special issue that takes readers along a journey of 100 little-known secrets about India. The anniversary issue is a revelation about India’s varied facets and lesser known treasures to discover, including hip hideaways, exclusive experiences and insider tips.
In the past 3 years, Conde Nast Traveller India has become a strong influence on opinions related to travel and tourism. Helmed by Editor Divia Thani Daswani, the magazine offers amazing insights into new and exciting tourist destinations, trends in travel with a view on best travel experiences most suited to an Indian traveller.
Commenting on Conde Nast Traveller India’s anniversary issue, Divia Thani Daswani shared, “It is interesting to note that while affluent Indians are becoming more and more adventurous in terms of heading out to unexplored, foreign destinations, these same affluent travellers are also increasingly passionate about discovering what lies in our own backyard, within India itself. We are fortunate to have plenty of them right here in our country. This issue uncovers 100 best kept secrets of India, but in a country like ours, we could easily have found 500. We’ve put in here the little things that have made all of us excited in the past year. I am sure the readers will enjoy the issue as much I have putting it all together."
Conde Nast Traveller has unearthed the country to compile the most remarkable travel experiences. Famed author and historian William Dalrymple unravels the legends of the Thar Desert in his story ‘The end of the road’ while Director Homi Adajania decodes the thrill in primordial Arunachal among the untamed Amazonian environment in ‘Our very own Amazon’. A collection of the most iconic photographs of India’s unseen treasures is captured beautifully in ‘Can you believe this is India’. In addition to being an ode to hidden Indian treasures, the Editor shares perspective and potential of travel technology of luxury hotels by the year 2020. The issue also reports Tara Jain’s adventurous dive into the waters of the South Pacific to swim alongside its enthralling marine life in ‘Where time stands still’ and reveals Actor Sonam Kapoor’s favourite hotels from across the world.