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.


Straight from the Blog.

Universal’s Island of Adventure: Hogsmeade in Orlando

I have told you about my love for Harry Potter in a previous post. Universal’s theme parks at Orlando are divided into two sections. The first section Universal Studios houses the replica of London and Diagon Alley while the Islands of Adventure houses Hogsmeade, the...

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For all Potter Fans: Universal Studio’s Diagon Alley, Orlando

The first time I chanced upon Harry Potter was in the seventh standard. One of the cute girls of my class sat in the corner of the bus reading the still thin paperback. I asked her what the book is about, more out of interest in her rather than the book. Her reply was...

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Hiking through the Inca trail in Peru

We Well, both I and Snigdha seem to be finishing up on the Modern Wonders of the World and after the Mayan ruins of Mexico, the next must visit are the Inca ruins of Peru. The best way to discover the ruins of the Inca empire is through a hike that takes you through...

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A trip to the Caribbean: Turks and Caicos travel guide

Sometimes, all we need is the some Vitamin Sea and what better place to experience it other than the Caribbean. Although there are a plethora of places to visit around the Caribbean Sea, the Turks and Caicos islands are the best place to relax and unwind. We tell you...

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Religious Tourism in Thailand: Temple of a Million Bottles

Both Snigdha and me have planned out on documenting a new project, Religious Tourism. Although religious tourism has existed from the time Man and religion existed, it is conveniently ignored in the wanderlust of today. With, an attempt of documenting all the places...

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Chitwan National Park, Nepal

The earthquake of April 2015 destroyed quite a bit of Nepal. But as the small country limps back to normalcy, restoring tourism to this land locked nation is paramount. In this post, we tell you all about the beautiful Chitwan National Park and why should be visiting...

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Where to eat at the Dubai Food Festival? Hidden Gems

The Dubai Food Festival is here and we are drooling over what all to try out. Before we get digging into the scrumptious food all around, a bit of gyaan about what the Dubai Food Festival is all about. The Dubai Food Festival is going to be an extravaganza that will...

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Understanding the multicultural history of Selangor, Malaysia

Malaysia has been one of my favourite holiday destinations of all time and I am in love with the multi cultural kaleidoscope of the country. Being a country which was present on the busy straits of Malacca, there has been a significant Chinese and British influence...

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The most happening ones….

Rawat Mishthan Bhandaar, Jaipur

The conundrum of the Pyaaz Kachori at Rawat Mishthan Bhandaar is one which takes some time to solve. The Kachori is one of the most ubiquitous of North Indian snacks that you can find. A deep fried piece of dough which is filled up with a spicy filling. The Kachori is...

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