Salt and Sandals is a travel, food and beverage blog that focuses on a gamut of things that makes life luxurious. An award-winning blog, we have worked with a plethora of Hospitality and Beverage brands along with multiple Tourism Boards across the world. Salt epitomizes our penchant for food while Sandals denotes our wanderlust. We feature Restaurant Reviews, Hotel and Spa Reviews, Destinations and Beverage Stories. We love travelling for food and feature stories on restaurants and alcohol destinations. To work with us, click here.



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Financial Planning Tips to Travel Frequently

Unlike what you may see on Instagram, continuous travel is pretty detrimental to your health and wealth. Although the health can be managed by eating well and following a fixed schedule of exercises, it is the wealth which can take a beating if you don’t plan...

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Taste Vancouver Food Tours

The essence of a city can be discovered through it's food and there can be no better proponent of the same other than the city of Vancouver in Canada. Being a port city, it has seen the influx of a large group of people resulting in a bustling metropolis teeming with...

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In search of Japanese Whisky

The lure of whisky has drawn me to the furthest regions of the globe and the Land of the Rising Sun wasn't definitely going to be left behind. The rich, creamy, fruity yet spicy notes are something that has taken Japanese whisky to the top of the world market and I...

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A two-day trip to Manali

With the March heat setting in it’s time to take a quick weekend break to somewhere cooler, quieter, and nicer. But where would you go? That painstaking task of finding that right spot for just two days and on a budget. Fret not, for here’s a solution for a quick...

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Where to find your favourite tipple?

5 reasons why you must visit the Vancouver International Wine Festival

We recently attended the 40th Vancouver International Wine Festival and absolutely fell in love with the plethora of wines on display. With 16 countries, 173 wineries and nearly 1500 wines on display, it was an extravaganza for food and wine lovers alike. For a lot of...

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