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Out of India: 5 Safari Camps to Visit Now

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There is nothing better that sitting under the vast starry sky and listening to the nighttime sounds of the jungle, with a peg of whisky and glowing fire. While India is less well-known than Africa as a safari destination, it has parks and camps filled with bountiful game and memorable scenery, and here we've chosen five of the most fabulous...

Ampersand "In the Know" - A Travellers Guide to India

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We hold India very close to our hearts at Ampersand, and in the spirit of truly getting under the skin of this vast nation, we have asked 20 personalities from the fields of fashion, media, design, food and travel to share a glimpse into their own love affairs with the subcontinent revealing personal ‘in the know’ tips gathered from their lives and travels...

Catriona's journey through Southern India - Part 2: Karnataka

In March this year, Catriona embarked on a South Indian adventure and took her mother along for the ride. She started in Northern Kerala (read about her experiences here) and next she travelled to the underrated but fascinating state of Karnataka… Karnataka Our first stop was Coorg, a hill station situated between 900 and 1,750 metres above sea level, which provided a refreshing and enchanting welcome. This area is referred to as the ‘Coffee Cup of India’ as it grows some of the world’s best…

Louisa revisits her favourite country: Sri Lanka

By Louisa Buchanan, Ampersand's adventure and luxury-loving Office Manager, reporting back on her tour of Sri LankaI thought Sri Lanka couldn’t get any better, but I was wrong. This year I mostly stayed in places that I didn’t stay at last year: Ulagalla, Aditya, Amangalla and Cinnamon Wild at Yala National Park. First stop was Ulagalla, which was magical. There are 20 private ecologically-built chalets across 58 beautiful acres of land so you feel as though you are a million miles from anyone.…
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