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Lonely Planet Magazine India July 2020

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The world’s most trusted source on travel, Lonely Planet has made its way to India. Through vivid writing and stunning color spreads from celebrated and seasoned traveller-writers and photographers, Lonely Planet Magazine India Inspires travelers to sample different cultures first-hand, discover new people, and learn fascinating stories about every place.

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Country:
India
Language:
English
Publisher:
Worldwide Media Private Limited
Frequency:
Back issues only
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1 min.
with you…

Lonely Planet Magazine India is with you during these tough times, with lots on our digital platforms to keep you entertained and updated with the world of travel. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter - because #LPMIHappyToInspire! Join us in candid conversations with travel influencers and bloggers, find out how to cook dishes from different parts of the globe, put your travel knowledge to the test with our online quizzes and contests, and join us in saluting the #LPMICovidCrusaders. And, because we always want you to interact with LPMI, watch out for our #LPMIMadeWithYou initiatives, which invite you to be part of our digital issue. All this and much more coming up. Follow us on: Lonely Planet Magazine India lonelyplanetmagazineindia LPMagIn Stay safe and #stayinspired!…

2 min.
listen to the planet breathing

Follow me on Twitter @PrimroseDSouza & Instagram @primrosedsouza While mankind has been in lockdown, the rest of the world has emerged. And, every time we’ve heard of dolphins in the canals of Venice, or, closer home, off the ghats in Kolkata, mountain goats descending into Welsh towns, wild deer wandering through Trincomalee in Sri Lanka, we’ve acknowledged that our absence has been a blessing to nature. As conscious travellers, we know there are lessons to be learnt, and we know that, the next time we journey out, it will be to travel to save the world. The collective wisdom of the 20 passionate advocates of responsible travel we’ve collaborated with for our main story is distilled into 50+ tips that will help us all make better choices to benefit the planet.…

9 min.
the great indian outdoors

@sum.err.pun The past few months of staying indoors under lockdown have got to have gotten to even the most dedicated of homebodies. By now, most of us are itching to get outside and explore beyond our four walls. We must adapt our lives and lifestyles to the new normal. While governments across the world figure out best practices and ease up on restrictions, we can find hope in the fact that there’s plenty to explore still, away from urban hubs and crowds, and more in the soothing lap of nature in India. Across the length and breadth of our country, there are many places to get out amid nature and reconnect with the planet and the other species that inhabit it. Travelling locally has many advantages. Not only does it minimise risks…

5 min.
more reasons to plan for travel

REOPENING FOR BUSINESS 1 EGYPT While domestic travellers have already been allowed to move around starting this month, visitors from other countries will be allowed entry into Egypt from July 1, with some conditions in place. While they will be able to stay at resorts along the coast of the Red Sea and the Mediterranean and visit cultural highlights such as the Pyramids of Giza, the Egyptian Museum on Tahrir Square, the Karnak temple complex and Abu Simbel, some parts of the country will be off limits. Hotels will have to be certified by the government on safety and hygiene before they can start welcoming guests, and will operate at 50% capacity. On the plus side, those who travel to Egypt via EgyptAir or Air Cairo will get 20% discounts on tickets…

2 min.
more ways to stay home

VIRTUAL VISITS While some options to get out there are emerging again, it’s safest to stay put for a little while longer. While you bide your time, here are some ways to travel right from the safety and comfort of home COOK AWAY ISOLATION BLUES Japanese company airKitchen has launched a new live platform that provides private cooking classes online. Hosts from different countries across the globe can teach you to make traditional dishes over Skype or Zoom video portals, with over 90 classes registered on the website currently. Hosts also provide a list of ingredients and the preparation required for each recipe in advance. As such, these online classes cost less than classes in person. Imagine mastering that perfect Japanese, Polish, Italian or Vietnamese dish, with just a screen at hand. www.airkitchen.me ACCESS…

1 min.
turkish airlines shows the way with international aviation

The aviation industry is one of the crucial pillars of the global economy, and plays an especially important role when it comes to travel. With the pandemic shutting down flights across the world in March, aviation was critically affected. Now, months later, with lockdowns across the world easing up and international travel gradually resuming, there’s some great news from Turkish Airlines. It was reported last week, as the busiest operator in Europe. In just the first week of June, the airline operated 359 flights out of Istanbul. Eurocontrol, a pan-European civil-military organization that supports European aviation confirmed that on June 17, the airline had 400 flights in the Eurocontrol zone, the first time any airline has hit that number since March. Of course, all safety and health protocols are being adhered…