One of the best reasons to travel is for the memories. Here are seven experiences from the past year that will live with us for decades to come.
South India's Thanjavur rewards the traveler with a world of wonders -- delicious food, mesmerizing architecture and vibrant street life among them.
There is no shortage of luxurious retreats located in significant birding spots across the globe. Here are 13 exceptional hotels for bird-watching.
The exotic destinations come to you aboard these luxurious cruise lines that sail through Russia, India, the Panama Canal or southern Africa.
An exquisite pink-sandstone palace, formerly the home of the last ruling prince of Bikaner, is now a recently converted 82-room hotel.
Alila Hotels and Resorts makes a splash with its latest hotel; Bahama House gets a renovation; and the Belmond Royal Scotsman gets a spa car.
Enjoy a glimpse into these unfamiliar worlds with insight from our on-the-ground destination specialists and a selection of sample jungle itineraries.
While many travelers to India first head to the north, one's impression of India is not complete without a visit to the Dravidian cultures of the south.
Each year, we have the pleasure of singling out a number of particularly memorable hotels and resorts. These are the top hotels in Asia selected.
Each year, we have the pleasure of recalling our travel experiences & singling out a number of particularly memorable hotels & resorts. Here are our favorites.
Each year, Mr. Harper details the best and worst travel experiences from the prior year of travel. Here are the most disappointing travel experiences from 2015.
Located in the trendy SoBo district and a relative newcomer to the Mumbai food scene, The Table has quickly earned its place as a favorite.
Travel tips for an 11-day trip to India
Andrew Harper shares breathtaking travel photos from a trip through Rajasthan, India that included stays at fabulous properties and marvelous leopard sightings.
Many of India’s best restaurants are to be found within the country’s foremost hotels. Jaipur, however, has an unusually varied dining scene.
After traveling through Rajasthan, India, and New York in the June Hideaway Report, EIC Andrew Harper discovers eight new hotels to add to the Collection.
Andrew Harper introduces the June Hideaway Report: an itinerary through Rajasthan, India, and a visit to New York with stops in Manhattan and Bridgehampton.
Andrew Harper discusses the famed Ranthambore National Park tiger reserves and points to hotels near the park, like the Sher Bagh safari-style camp.
Rajasthan events: Pushkar Camel Fair, Jaipur Literature Festival, World Sacred Spirit Festival, Rajasthan International Folk Festival.
India is generally considered to be the birthplace of modern polo, and today the capital of Indian polo is Jaipur. Read on for more on modern polo in India.
Jaipur, India, is the gemstone capital of the world and provides many suitable stores and workshops to purchase diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds.
Andrew Harper points to notable shops in Jaipur and Jodhpur in which to purchase exquisite scarves and shawls made from the finest Rajasthani textiles.
From a palace hotel in Jaipur to a safari camp in Jawai, Andrew Harper journeys through the cities of Rajasthan, seeking out new luxury hotels to recommend.
Mr. Harper shares his thoughts on why India remains a compelling visit for both first-time and experienced visitors alike.
Exotic sights, joyous festivals and cultural expressions. Learn more about a guided tour through India.
Andrew Harper shares luxury travel industry news, openings and more in his monthly "From My Notebook" column.
The third week of our monthlong travel photo contest is coming to a close, and we received some truly excellent submissions.
India’s palace hotels are living links to the era of the maharajahs, the 200 years prior to independence when semi-autonomous princes ruled much of the country.
Go to see a wild tiger while it is still possible. This may sound a little melodramatic, but the survival of the planet’s top predator is in serious doubt.
Wednesday, March 27, marks the start of Holi, the Indian festival of colors. The annual spring festival, which celebrates the heroics of Lord Krishna.