• Aheli Wanders: The Maldives
    ABOUT THE MALDIVES Nestled in the Indian Ocean, southwest of Sri Lanka, the Maldives is a heavenly tropical destination that captivates with its 26 coral atolls and over 1,000 picturesque islands. With pristine white-sand beaches, crystalline turquoise waters, and an abundance of marine life, it offers an idyllic retreat for luxury travelers and honeymooners. From… Read more: Aheli Wanders: The Maldives
  • Aheli Wanders: CDMX
    Discover the best of Mexico City with our personalized travel guide. From mouth-watering street food to stunning architecture and cultural landmarks, we’ll take you on an unforgettable journey through one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Follow our insider tips and explore the city like a local. Book your trip to Mexico City today!
  • Aheli Wanders: Edinburgh
    Edinburgh is the ultimate city for wandering – filled with culinary delights (seriously!) and beautiful views.
  • Aheli Wanders: Providence
    Discover the best restaurants and places to visit in Providence, Rhode Island with this travel and food guide. From delicious seafood and farm-to-table cuisine to quirky cafes and food trucks, this East Coast gem has something for every foodie.
  • Aheli Wanders: Brooklyn
    Looking for the ultimate Brooklyn experience? Look no further! This travel and food guide will take you through the coolest spots in this hipster paradise. Sip cocktails with a view at rooftop bars, indulge in mouth-watering pizza, and taste the finest artisanal coffee. Explore the vibrant street art scene and keep your eyes peeled for celebrity sightings. Get lost in the unique neighborhoods of Williamsburg, Greenpoint, and Bushwick, and immerse yourself in Brooklyn’s quirky culture. Don’t miss out on the adventure of a lifetime!
  • Aheli Wanders: Amsterdam
    Amsterdam – the perfect watery wandering spot. Get ready to navigate the picturesque canals, pedal through charming neighborhoods, and indulge in the vibrant cultural scene that makes this city truly unique.
  • Aheli Wanders: Cartagena
    Welcome to Cartagena, Colombia—a city that transports you into a world of vibrant colors and enchanting history. Picture yourself strolling along the cobblestone streets, surrounded by lush flowers and 16th-century buildings adorned in lively hues. Every corner reveals a new burst of color, whether it’s on a stylish hat, a passing truck, or a hidden alleyway. As you wander through these vibrant streets, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a real-life Gabriel Garcia Marquez novel, where magic and reality seamlessly intertwine. Cartagena offers the best of both worlds—a bustling city with its museums, historic landmarks, and delectable cuisine, yet still exuding a laid-back coastal vibe. Prepare to immerse yourself in this captivating destination that effortlessly blends cultural richness with the relaxed ambiance of a beachside town.
  • Aheli Wanders: Manhattan
    Welcome to Aheli Wanders: Manhattan- a guide to all my favorite things you can eat, sip and do in Manhattan.
  • Weekend Guide to Cartagena, Colombia
    Cartagena is one of the most picturesque and vibrant cities I’ve ever visited. Back in February 2015, G+I decided to escape cold and snowy New York and celebrate his big 3-0 in a warmer local. While researching, we agreed that we wanted a place that was: Less than 10 hours from New York City Not… Read more: Weekend Guide to Cartagena, Colombia
  • Things I Ate, Drank & Loved: Paris Edition
    True fact: I would happily spend an entire trip to France eating just bread. No butter. Just warm, long pointy, baguette parisienne. Sure, I’d be happy to add in some stinky roquefort  or a nice spicy saucisson. But honestly, I could eat baguettes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  In fact, when I was a kid, I’d visit my… Read more: Things I Ate, Drank & Loved: Paris Edition
  • Things I Ate & Loved: Kolkata Edition
    I’ve been traveling to India almost every year since I was born. My main activity- besides hanging with the fam- is eating. Actually, hanging with family means that you are eating because you show your love with how much you eat. The problem is that all the best food is hand made by my didas (grandmothers) with… Read more: Things I Ate & Loved: Kolkata Edition
  • 36 Hours in Brugge & Ghent
    Belgium is one of those hidden gems that often gets (rudely) overlooked by its more popular neighbors- France, Netherlands and Germany. Considering Belgium’s central location, it’s an ideal location to swing through and stay for a 3-5 day trip. I managed to convince my parents to visit over Thanksgiving break for my mom’s birthday. In their… Read more: 36 Hours in Brugge & Ghent
  • 72 Hours in Montreal
    When my parents announced they were tacking a couple of vacation days onto my mother’s conference in Montreal, I did what any good kid does: let them have a mini-vacation for themselves invited myself along. I’ve made a couple of trips up to this beautiful city and fall more in love with the cobblestones, electric… Read more: 72 Hours in Montreal
  • Track Hacks | The Essentials
    I travel A LOT.  I’ve made 19 trips this year alone and it’s only September! I generally don’t dole out a lot of advice (except obviously when it comes to my true passion of recommending where people should eat and what dish they should try ) but a good friend asked me what I can’t… Read more: Track Hacks | The Essentials
  • Things I Ate & Loved in: London
    So we already know that I have a contentious relationship with London & Travel guides (see here). To rectify the situation, I thought I’d share some thoughts and reflections from the last trip I made with G back in early January (2017). It was G’s first time and I was EAGER to show him around.… Read more: Things I Ate & Loved in: London
  • 72 Hours in Amsterdam
    I’ve wanted to go to Amsterdam for as long as I can remember. Somehow I’d made it to Schiphol airport twelve times before but never managed to leave the departure gates. So when it came time to plan my own 30th birthday trip- Amsterdam was the perfect choice. I ended up doing a lot of… Read more: 72 Hours in Amsterdam