Salt and Sandals is travel and food blog that focuses on a gamut of things that makes life interesting. An award winning blog, we have worked with a plethora of Hospitality brands and Tourism Boards across the world. Salt epitomizes our penchant for eating while Sandals denotes our wanderlust. We have a team of 15 across the three cities of Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.

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2 tricks to make your summer travel plans more fun

The summer holidays are already here and many of you will have booked out your vacations. But the problem with the best laid plans is that they can always go awry. Me and Snigdha have had quite a few times that our plans have been totally demolished but we have come...

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Lumbini: The birthplace of Buddha

Buddhist monasteries have always had a calming experience on me. During my stay in Nepal, I was able to visualise the epitomy of Buddhist architecture. One of the central pockets of Buddhism lies in Lumbini, the birth place of Lord Buddha. Although it traces its...

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A visit to Glenfiddich Distillery, Dufftown, Scotland

Although I have been penning down quite a few articles about my travails to Kerala and Nepal, but my love for tripping in search of fine alcohol remains undiminished. In tune with the Alcohol Diaries, we are going to be showcasing my love for Scotch. The countryside...

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Explore the grandeur of Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Abu Dhabi

Although I may be a sucker for medieval age forts, there is nothing better than a place of worship to learn about the history and the culture of the country. For Abu Dhabi, what place to start discovering other than the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque? This humongous mosque...

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9 Ways to Cut Cost While Travelling

Travelling to a foreign location and that too on a limited budget may sound like a distant dream and an impossible task to accomplish. But do you know, it is possible to travel the world without breaking your bank balance? Surely, there are some expenses which are...

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A slice of British charm: The Windermere Estate, Munnar

The hills of North India are burning with commercialization. The incessant increase in traffic has created a Catch 22 situation for the hill stations of the northern parts of the country. There is so much traffic that it is literally choking the hills. Compared to...

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