India Untravelled & its destinations as featured in the news.

India Untravelled & its destinations as featured in the news.
The Times of India features The Dak Bungalow at Peora as a weekend escape from Delhi to rediscover India's old-world colonial charm.
TOI visits Prakriti Farm , India Untravelled's partner organic farm on the countryside of Punjab, and writes about this conversation escape in the lap of nature.
DNA India features India Untravelled's cross-country offerings for travellers interested in discovering the country beyond the tourist circuits.
Livemint features India Untravelled as a finalist for the Manthan Awards, shortlisted in the social media and empowerment category.
Lonely Planet writes about Prakriti Farms in Rupnagar, Punjab, as an easy weekend getaway for a rustic retreat.
The Week's Smart Life addition features India Untravelled among upcoming offbeat and responsible travel companies in India.
India Untravelled featured among the 25 most popular Startup stories from 2012, on India's premier startup platform.
Social Story features India Untravelled among 12 social enterprises in India that offer exotic journeys while helping rural communities and saving the environment.
Nandini Mehta finds fine saris, splendid monuments and a bucolic idyll in the village of Pranpur, in Madhya Pradesh.
Zee News shines the spotlight on India Untravelled's destinations and experiences across India.
Outlook Traveller discovers the joy of doing nothing on the Rajasthani countryside, at Nirvana Organic Farm near Jaipur.
Outlook Traveller rediscovers the charms of country living by the backwaters of North Kerala, at Oyster Opera, on the private island of Thekkakadu.
A feature on India Untravelled's trip to the Punjab countryside in April 2012 to celebrate Baisakhi at Prakriti Farms India guide, Sharell Cook, features India Untravelled among a list of organizations that offer rural tourism experiences in India.
Senior Reporter, Rohan, sets off the beaten path in North Kerala, and discovers an India Untravelled in its wilderness.
India Untravelled's co-founder, Shivya Nath, talks about the challenges of running a travel business in India, in an interview with Women's Web.
The Alternative features India Untravelled's partner organic farms in Rajasthan and Coorg among India's best green tourism alternatives.
India Untravelled's Baisakhi celebration trip to Punjab featured in the 'Untravel' campaign of The Alternative.
An interview with India Untravelled's co-founder, Shivya Nath, on the concept of socially responsible travel with India Untravelled.
A feature on the Baisakhi trip to Prakriti Farms and an interview with India Untravelled on offbeat travel in rural India.
India Untravelled's co-founder, Shivya Nath, featured as a youth change-maker at Think Fest 2012, held in Goa.

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Travel blogger, Candace, writes a comprehensive guide to travelling solo in India, and recommends the experiences offered by India Untravelled.
The blog author, Asha, writes about her family's adventures on India Untravelled's North Kerala itinerary.

Asha rediscovers Goa at the Amarals' Goan Portuguese Homestay
The blog author, Sana, features India Untravelled's #Untravel chat on Twitter among the top 15 travel chats. The #untravel chat takes place every Friday at 4 pm, and is co-hosted by @IndiaUntraveled and @_theAlternative
In a series of blog posts, Mr GV Krishnan writes about his experiences on India Untravelled's North Kerala trail
- Homestaying Kerala: Kannur
- Homestaying Kerala: Wayanad
The blog author, Ritu, writes about her adventures in Kannur, a sleepy town where the backwaters of North Kerala meet the beach.
The blog author, Sangeeta, travels to the Amarals' homestayand shares her experiences in a Goa less travelled.
The blog author, Mayura, travelled to Narendra's Organic Farm in Coorg and brought back many memories.
The blog author, Rachna, travelled on part of our Best Kept Secrets of Kerala trail, and came back rejuvenated, with awesome photos!