National Geographic Traveller 3rd Jan 2017

Where to Go in 2017

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The turquoise waters off the coast of Rameshwaram are a treat, above and below the surface. The ocean has thriving coral reefs and good visibility. Photo: Ravi Shekhar/Dinodia Photo Library

Unlike last year, 2017 has plenty of long weekends, perfect for exploring India—and there’s plenty to discover. From new safari hotspots and secluded beaches (yes, there are still a few) to cultural escapes in the northeast and down south—this list is all about exploring the country’s still undiscovered secrets. Go on, start planning now.

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India Today 19th May 2017

India Today 19th May 2017

It was the perfect wind on the coast of Rameswaram that first brought Jehan Driver, 34, CEO, Quest Expeditions Private Limited, here on a kite surfing trip. This memory and the love for the sport led him to setup a quaint little resort Kathadi (Tamil for kite) North close to the town, three years ago…

When Life is a Beach- The Hindu 19th July 2017

When Life is a Beach- The Hindu 19th July 2017

Kathadi — North or South — is the kind of destination you would not want to leave. You get loads of Instagram-worthy pictures once you choose to unplug yourself. The surfing boards are rewriting beach history at Kathadi, but it is not a tourist vacation hotspot yet. Go before it gets crowded.

Condé Nast Traveller India Sept 19th 2017

Condé Nast Traveller India Sept 19th 2017

The next morning, I met Jehan Driver, owner, Quest Asia, who gave me my first kitesurfing lesson—wind orientation theory. To successfully kitesurf, one needs to control the kite—akin to a flat parachute in the sky—and harness its wind power to get your board moving in the sea.

When lifestyle is a seashore 1st April 2018

When lifestyle is a seashore 1st April 2018

Soak up the sun, bond with sea birds or dive into the waters at Kathadi. On one of the parallel roads to Khushi is Kathadi, a gap powered through winds. In Tamil, Kathadi means kite, and I parent out while the sea is your pleasant landmark, any marvel is feasible.