Shehroze Kashif has set many world records in mountaineering but there is one he is singularly focused on: being the young- est person in the world to stand on the
With great travel comes great responsibility – one that ensures the preservation and protection of the natural environment and wildlife of the region one visits. Given the rapid climate change
It’s only a couple of hours from Karachi and not on anyone’s ‘top destination’ list, but for journalist and award-winning documentary filmmaker, Madeeha Syed visiting the shipbreaking yard at Gadani,
Photography: Amna Zuberi Journalist and travel enthusiast Madeeha Syed travels to what is generally considered the “Wild West” of Pakistan. As she digs her heels deeper into the unknown terrain,
Explorer Madeeha Syed pens an informed guide on everything you need to know to start cycling and lists a few of her favourite off-the-beaten-path rides around Karachi and its environs.
When in Sindh, don an Ajrak. That is how it works. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a peasant or a prince, everyone wears it. Some wear it as a mark
Journalist Madeeha Syed makes an amorous trip to Bahawalpur, hoping to find romance in the little princely state where grandeur and glory formerly ruled life. After four days of searching,
“Normal” diving in Pakistan is “difficult” diving anywhere else in the world. But the effort is worth it, given the presence of beautiful reefs that are bursting with aquatic life.
At the end of a dusty road, hidden behind tankers parked by squatters, lies one of Pakistan’s oldest known heritage sites. Some of the greatest and most-preserved archaeological artefacts of
A visit to a small, secluded and charming fishing village in Balochistan, bordering the coast of Karachi, revealed that it has changed over the years but there’s still a little
The ‘House of Spirits’ in Balochistan tells the story of a mysterious people we may never fully know about… Balochistan is Pakistan’s best-kept secret. Dry, barren and inhospitable on the
Sarajevo is a city that is rebuilding on its ruins. It’s a city with a rich and vibrant Roman, Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian past. Twenty years after the Yugoslavian wars, Sarajevo