Sudhanshu & Pooja drove all the way from Mumbai with their family to #AtaliGanga this August and spent more than 10 days working remotely from our White Water Café, going on Hikes into the Himalayan Forests and enjoyed some lovely moments down by the Ganges. Atali, 30 kms north of Rishikesh and away from the…
Safe as Hills: Social distancing comes easy at the well-spaced out cottages of Atali Ganga, an ‘activotel’ above Rishikesh writes Amit Dixit from Outlook Traveller from his experience at Atali post our reopening.
Work From Holiday: Radhika Tandon travels to an Uttarakhand resort with her kids as state borders open up. Atali Ganga not only defines the new normal for hospitality in a post-COVID world, but also paves the way for an alternative lifestyle where work, online schooling, and holidaying go hand in hand.
With the increasing burden and boredom of working from home and the consistent anxiety and stress around job security, some millennials and post-millennials are willing to take workactions in the hills, a farmhouse or even move to the outskirts of a city for some time
As lockdown norms are gradually being relaxed, phased efforts are being made to return to normal life as quickly as possible without causing a massive surge in Covid-19 cases. Although everyone is eager to restart life after lockdown, the new normal looks starkly different from what it used to be before. While the travel and tourism industry is fully geared up with all arrangements in place to welcoming tourists back, there is still a lot of confusion about standard operating procedures (SOPs) and quarantine rules in different. Keeping everything in mind, we share places near Delhi that are ideal for your post Covid-19 travel and are strictly adhering to the safety guidelines prescribed by Ministry of Tourism, India.
The long-abandoned retreat, which famously hosted the Fab Four in 1968, is now a rough tourist attraction in the jungle outside Rishikesh, India. If you can brave the ruins, it’s a rock ‘n’ roll pilgrimage.
The Triluxo Team met with Vaibhav Kala (Founder of “Atali Ganga) to find out the planning for the changes after covid-19. He explained various changes in the process to give a better safer more hygiene experience to the consumer.
“The planet earth is an island in space. If we pollute an island here on earth, we can always move to a cleaner island, whereas should we pollute planet earth, we cannot just move to another planet.” That was the haunting statement made at the PATA Adventure Travel and Responsible Tourism Conference held between 13th – 15th February in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, India, reports Declan Hughes.