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Collection Inspiration

Collection Inspiration


A Day At Sea

The Amita Naithani Resort 2020/21 Collection was truly inspired by a year of much uncertainty. In the chaos that was 2020 we took our minds elsewhere; to a day in the past at sea. This collection paints a visual of paradise morning to evening. 

Noise: You are sitting on a boat-sunbathing, you can still see the sand on the coast but can’t make much more out than that. You take a deep breath in and realize for the first time in a long time you hear yourself breath. You are away from all the noise, it is only you and the sea.

 You look below at the crystal clear water; shimmering. You have stopped your boat just above what seems to be a reef that is littered with beautiful flowers of the deep ocean. The orange, pink, blues, and purples of the floral below moved with the tide. The strokes of color hold your attention as you begin make out more and more detail. As the waves move, so does the sun. 

As beautiful as the reef has been you pan you focus out and see the reflection of the sky. The perfect tie-dye of blue and white. As you lay on your back and enjoy the slight breeze you fall into a sleep. When you awaken you see the sky has changed to a beautiful melon colored orange mixed with cotton candy pink. You decide it is time to head back toward the mainland and as you drive back in the sky continues to move and there is now a deep lavender appearing. You find a place on the beach to sit and watch the ever-changing sky while squishing the sand between your toes. There is just enough light that you can see the sparkle of the sand crystals move as you move your feet through the sand; almost as a sequin of nature. The sky is getting dark and so is the water- a deep navy now looking far more mysterious than the once crystal clear reef you were once looking down into. In the darkness you still have the light that nature is giving you form the moon, casting a white gaze over all the once bright colors. The tide comes in and as the waves break you see a burst of white before they fall back into the sea. The day is over but now you will be left to dream. 

January 25, 2021 by Amita Naithani
Amita's Guide to Quebec City, Quebec

Amita's Guide to Quebec City, Quebec

Quebec City, Quebec


Rue Saint-Louis


 Parliament Building, Rue des Parlementaires


In the early 17thcentury, legendary French explorer Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec and it became the first permanent French settlement in Canada. This French and English speaking city was once the capital of New France until 1760, and was the center of the new British colony for many years. Eventually it became part of the independent Canada. Quebec is the only city north of Mexico that is walled. In 1985 Old Quebec (Vieux-Québec), a historic district of Quebec City, became a designated UNESCO World Heritage city. It is divided into two sectors: The Lower Town (Basse-Ville) and the Upper Town (Haute-Ville). You can’t miss the historic charm when exploring Quebec City, it will have you searching for more.  


Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac

One of the most photographed sights in Quebec City that is a must stay is the Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac. This famous sight is located in Quebec’s Upper Town on the St. Lawrence River and towers about 18thand 19thcentury houses, which were converted into shops and bistros. Visitors will feel an elegant touch of historic Europe throughout the hotel. At the base of this incredible sight is a wide boardwalk that overlooks the river and the Laurentian Mountains. During the colder months, adults and children can enjoy winter fun by sledding down the giant slide on the side of the hotel on the boardwalk. 


La Citadelle

This star-shaped fortress was built in the 1800s to protect Quebec City from an American invasion, which never came. La Citadelle is the largest fortified base in North America that is still occupied by troops. It is currently home to Canada’s Royal 22nd Regiment. Every morning during the summer, the regiment wears their scarlet tunics and bearskin caps for the changing of the guard. It is a fun sight for all ages to watch. 



Old Quebec

The Lower Town of Old Quebec has its own historic charm. Steep stairs or the funicular car are the only two ways to get to and from this area. Within the streets are unique shops and homes that can be found amongst beautiful art and murals. Walking along the St. Lawrence River on the cobblestone streets, you can watch sailboats and ships pass by, shop at the market, or even relax and try a local craft beer. There are many charming places to enjoy the music from the street musicians while walking around. 



Le Chic Shack

Located in an historic house right outside of Chateau Frontenac, Le Chic Shack is a unique dining experience for all ages. They are known for the gourmet burgers that are created with locally sourced-ingredients. There are a range of options burger for all preferences.  Homemade sodas and milkshakes topped with delicious whipped cream are a treat to eat during or after your meal. 


Petit Champlain District

The oldest shopping district in North America will hold a special place in your heart after you have experienced all that the Petit Champlain District has to offer. Cobblestone streets will lead you through artisanal boutiques and colorful decorative art shops that will be sure to catch your eye. During the colder months it transforms into a magical winter wonderland with twinkling lights and holiday decorations to put visitors in the holiday spirit. 

This charming city will have you asking yourself why you haven't visited Quebec City sooner. 

November 11, 2019 by Amita Naithani
Amita's Guide to Morocco

Amita's Guide to Morocco

Morocco is a North African country bordering the vast Atlantic Ocean and calming Mediterranean Sea. It is distinguished by its Berber, Arabian and European cultural influences that you’ll find in the architecture, art and cuisine of Morocco. The art culture has been the core reason for visitors to leave the comfort of their home and venture off to the the city painted in hues of the rainbow. Morocco is a place where you leave with a sense of completion. The experience of taking in the natural atmosphere is Ineffable. Being in the middle of the desert with nothing but fresh air and miles of sand dunes brings a sense of calmness that overcomes you.

The Sahara region is home to the indigenous people also known as ‘Berbers’. Some live in tribes still while others live in the outer cities of the desert. Those who live in the Sahara are able to navigate through the desert without any guidance. They speak a traditional Berber language which is where the Moroccan dialect of Arabic originates from. Being engulfed by the beauty and rich history of Morocco you’ll find yourself inspired to not only live life with purpose but to truly feel the connection between you and your environment.


The magic city with abundant noise and natural beauty has culture spread all throughout that can carry you away with its atmospheric souks of the Medina. Marrakech is one of the most recognizable cities in the world because of the beautiful hues of red that helps bring this city to life. D jemma el Fna is known as the epicenter of Morocco, you’ll find that the architecture that permeates from it's ruins provides an insight to the city's rich history. M arrakech is well known for its boutique style hotels, also known as riads. Riads are traditional Moroccan homes built around a garden or courtyard. Since most of the riads only have six to ten bedrooms it provides a very intimate atmosphere.

Jardin Majorelle


Another must see while in the city is the enchanting Jardin Majorelle. Jardin Majorelle is a dreamy garden that was designed by Jacques Majorelle. It took French painter Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) forty years of passion and dedication to create this enchanting garden in the heart of the “Ochre City”. It was later bought by the renowned French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent. The garden also keeps a memorial in memory of the french designer up for visitors all over the world to see.


Merzouga, Sahara

About 9 hours East of Marrakech is the Moroccan territory of the Sahara called Merzouga. M erzouga is an intimate Moroccan town in the Sahara Desert that sits near the Algerian border. It’s been known as a gateway to Erg Chebbi where you can find a world wind of sand dunes. With winds as high as 150 meters (500 Ft.), travelers are captivated by the wavy, deep and rustic orange sand dunes as they look for a new unique experience.

Where to Stay:

Hotel Mohayut


There are many campsites in the desert where you can stay overnight if you’re in the mood to be at one with nature. However, if you are not up for the challenge that nature presents but still want to be surrounded by the beauty of Morocco then you can enjoy your stay at Hotel Mohayut, located near Merzouga. The beautiful vibrant architecture in The Mohayut was intricately designed to maintain the authenticity of Morocco.


Fez is one of the oldest imperial cities of Morocco. It’s best to be explored by foot since it is the world's largest urban pedestrian zone. You’ll truly begin to feel the sense of community Morocco provides from the bustling movement of the shoppers in the market. The city was built on a mountainous terrain which is why the streets go uphill and downhill and are very narrow. A map is highly recommended to ensure you won’t get lost in thought and awe while traveling through it’s maze-like passageways.

Dar Seffarine

Del Saffarine is a 600 year old house that has been restored to resemble a more contemporary boutique hotel style that is very popular in Morocco. Despite the restoration and renovation the antiquity of the rich architectural designs and character have been preserved.



Chefchaouen is about an hour away from the northern coast of Morocco and is known as the famous city washed in vibrant yet calming hues of blue. The different shades of blue perfectly compliment one another and transports it’s visitors to a place of fantasy. Moroccans believed that the color blue was symbolic for heaven, a sentiment in order to feel closer to God. Aside from the exterior beauty Chefchaouen is also popular for shopping. You can find Moroccan handicrafts, such as woven blankets, not found anywhere else in the country.

Whether you want a heart-pounding adventure, a luxurious retreat, a trip full of culture, or the most amazing shopping holiday ever, Morocco will exceed your expectations.

May 21, 2019 by Amita Naithani
Amita's Guide to Pondicherry

Amita's Guide to Pondicherry

With gorgeous beaches, beautiful shops, unforgettable cuisine and plenty of sites to see, Pondicherry may be one of the best hidden gems of India. From intellectual museums to extravagant botanical gardens, there’s a bit of something here for everyone to enjoy.
February 13, 2019 by Amita Naithani
Big Sur

Amita's Guide to Big Sur

Travel off the beaten path and experience the simplistic luxury that is Big Sur, California. It'll leave you wanting to come back for more!
December 02, 2018 by Amita Naithani
Trending Colors of Summer 2018 Fashion

The Top Color Trends Your Summer Wardrobe Needs

Color Trends of the Summer Season


Trending Colors of the Summer Season

This summer is all about  grey infused pastels combined with bold and bright hues. Textiles are lightweight and breathable – made of free flowing fabrics such as rayon and slub gauze cotton.

Top Color Trends of Summer Fashion

The top color trends your summer wardrobe needs:

Citrus: Warm and inviting, make the rest of your look radiate with punchy orange hues.

Raspberry: A perfect mix of red and pink, raspberry hues are perfect for the modern woman looking to make a statement this summer. 

Heavenly Pink: Elegant and delicate, heavenly pink can add a feminine touch to almost any style or silhouette. 

Blue Grey: Perfect for longer in length dresses, muted blue will highlight your sun kissed skin without being overwhelmingly bright. 

Island Paradise: A warm-weather classic, aqua blue can be combined with almost any other color.

For styles above, please visit New Arrivals

June 20, 2018 by Amita Naithani
Amita's Guide to Tulum, Mexico

Amita's Guide to Tulum, Mexico

Guide to Tulum  


A town on the Carribean Coastline of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, Tulum offers a magical and cultural experience for the mind, body, and soul.


Where to stay: 

Arenablue Tulum

On a charming stretch of the Riviera Maya lays Arenablue, a boutique hotel surrounded by the rainforest and facing the ocean. This romantic spot offers amazing views, perfect for those who want to experience the Caribbean atmosphere and be caressed by the sea breeze. For the best experience, we recommend staying in an Ocean Front Suite including a personal terrace with your very own hammock. Located on the white beach of Tulum, Arenablue is truly enchanting - full of romance and energy.

Amita on the white beach of Tulum at Arenablue.
Amita on the white beach of Tulum at Arenablue.
Wake up facing the sea.
Arenablue rooms offer romantic elegance & natural energy.


Where to go:

Maya Spa at Azulik

A unique and reflective experience, the Maya Spa at Azulik places an emphasis on Ancestral Mayan Rituals. With these rituals, the spa offers mind and body spa treatments ranging from aromatherapy massages to bio magnetic healing sessions to seafront meditation with clay. Amita recommends taking the partner private yoga session for a one-of-a-kind experience.

The mission of Maya’s Spa is to align individuals with the rhythms of nature for their enhanced well being and enlighten them with Mayan culture.

Amita after Yoga at Azulik
Amita in the Tree House after Private Yoga Session at Azulik.


Where to eat:

Kin Toh at Azulik

KIN TOH is a Mexican-Mayan avant-garde cuisine with the mission to “offer the guest an experience that involves all five senses in each dish, mixing methods and local ingredients from native cuisine with international elements”. Not only is the cuisine exquisite, but so are the views. KIN TOH is built on stilts 12m above Tulum’s Mayan jungle, serving as the ultimate spot to gaze at beautiful Caribbean sunsets. For the best experience, we recommend booking a romantic “private nest,” where you can dine under the stars and admire the unique gifts of nature in your own little hideaway.

Kin Toh Private Nest
KIN TOH Private Nest via Instagram, “@kintohtulum”.


Where to explore:

Tulum Ruins

Built on a bluff along the beach, the Tulum Ruins site is the only Mayan Settlement located on coast of the Caribbean. Full of history and beauty, the Tulum Ruins is a popular spot for travelers to experience a bit of an adventure. The Tulum Ruins features the Castle (El Castillo), the Temple of the Wind God (Templo del Dios del Viento), and the House of the Cenote (La Casa del Cenote). Each of which played a major role for the Maya’s extensive trade network.

Just north of the Tulum Ruins is Playa Paraíso, a gorgeous beach to relax on after a day of exploring.   

  The House of the Cenote (La Casa del Cenote).

The House of the Cenote (La Casa del Cenote).
Temple of the Wind God (Templo del Dios del Viento). 
Temple of the Wind God (Templo del Dios del Viento).
Playa Paraíso, Below Tulum Ruins
Outdoor clothing boutique tulum
Outdoor clothing boutique on the beach of Tulum.
Feel good energy and inspiration throughout Tulum.
Feel good energy and inspiration throughout Tulum.


June 12, 2018 by Amita Naithani
Flaunt the Right Resortwear for your Body Type

Flaunt the Right Resortwear for your Body Type

We know the struggles of having to pack a ton of different clothing pieces just to look fabulous on your travel adventure. After all, different occasions call for different dress codes, right? Whether it’s a getaway you have been planning for years or something pretty much impromptu, the need to bring resortwear that will make you feel comfortable and gorgeous is quite important. If you want to pack light and fashionable, you will be needing pieces that can be very versatile. Want to look stylishly gorgeous from day to dinner with the same dress? That’s 101% possible!

Resortwear comes in a vast variety of styles. This explains why it can be a real struggle choosing the right one that suits your style and body shape. Let your fashion woes and worries end right here as we guide you through gorgeous resortwear ideas for your jetsetter self!

Day to Dinner Ensembles

Thinking of a fab and comfy piece to take you from day to dinner? From a chill morning walk by the seashore to a fancy dinner date – you can definitely flaunt an effortlessly beautiful style without all the manic madness of having to change into several different outfits.

For Tall Ladies

You can never go wrong with lacy frocks! With the classic design of the Pintuck Tunic with Lace Trim dress ($58), you can absolutely see how the dress itself can be worn from day to night. The lace details that go around its dramatic sleeves truly give you a fresh and feminine summer vibe. In addition to this, its straight column silhouette and layered lace hem gives emphasis to your long legs (something tall girls shouldn’t be afraid to flaunt!). You can definitely wear it as is with a slip for dinner nights, but you are also free to do some style tweaking to make it sexier. You can use a skinny belt to define your waistline and add more definition to your tall figure.

For Petite Ladies

If you’re petite, going for dresses that show lots of legs is quite ideal to make you look taller. The enamouring papaya color of the Embroidered Short Sleeve Tunic ($58) is not only an absolute eye-catcher, but also a perfect piece to wear poolside. With its intricate embroidery details and trendy tassel string belt, this clothing piece embraces a fine touch of perfectly-crafted design that can be worn day and night. You can go by the poolside and enjoy dining with loved ones while being in your most comfortable resortwear; thanks to its premium rayon material. For petite ladies, its A-line silhouette and split V-neck will visibly elongate your body while maintaining your natural shape and features.

For Curvy Ladies

If you’re curvy, go for flattering garments that allow your natural curves to show. Going for soft fabrics that drape well on the curves of your body is absolutely ideal for a very feminine silhouette. A lot of clothing pieces that feature sexy silhouettes are meant to grace your beautiful curves so you should make those type of dresses a wardrobe staple! To balance the look, show some skin by going for anything off-shoulder, V-neck or strapless. The Papaya Stripe Poncho ($58) features a wide v-neckline and flattering draped silhouette.  A versatile piece, the poncho can be paired with a cropped jean and sandals to create the ultimate dinner ensemble. 


Beach to Bar Ensembles

Every fun beach adventure should end in a relaxing exchange of cocktails and wine. If you are currently contemplating on which fashionable pieces can take you from the beach to the bar, here are some style ideas to try specifically for your body type.

For Athletic Ladies

Having an athletic figure is, without a doubt, #bodygoals. However, going for clothing pieces that feature masculine cuts won’t really give your athletic figure justice. Be confident and show everyone your sexy side by going for silhouettes and designs that tap your feminine side. The Embroidered Off-Shoulder Tunic ($48) is a perfect resort piece for athletic ladies who want to show a bit of skin. Apart from its sexy off-shoulder style, it also has this alluring embroidery that gives off a fancy beach vibe. Flaunt your shoulders by baring them with this off-the-shoulder dress – from the beach to happy hour!

For Pear-shaped (Bigger Bottom) Ladies

If your body shape is heavier at the bottom, your upper body tends to not get the attention it deserves. You can always balance it out by sporting crafty cuts on the top part of the dress. This Cut Out Cold Shoulder Tunic ($58) will absolutely draw attention to your upper body, thanks to its chic bell sleeves, V-neck and intricate cut-outs. The design itself is a fun, sexy and comfy piece that can help you enhance your body’s best features. Wear it with and jeans or a slip and heels and you’re ready to serve everybody that edgy jetsetter style!


For Hour-Glass Shaped Ladies

If you want to flaunt your figure, the Moroccan Tile Print Pareo ($48) is the perfect vaca accessory to accentuate your waistline. Folded in half and tied at the waist, this piece serves as a quick cover-up go-to. As a dress, you can wrap the pareo around your body and tie at the neck. The halter neckline will create a gorgeous empire silhouette that will define your curvy body on a whole new level!


For Slim Ladies

If you are sporting a lean column and you wish to add more volume to your body, get into dresses that feature ruffles, hanging fabric and semi-voluminous silhouettes. The Striped Caftan with Tassels ($58) is your go-to beach cover up that can also work as a bar ensemble. Just pair it with distressed denim shorts or a cropped white jean and you’re off to get your fancy night drinks. Its flowy material and classic tassel details deliver an effortlessly stylish vibe that can take you to different occasions.

Without a doubt, you can always look stylish whatever type of getaway adventure you’re up to. By investing in multifunctional resortwear that comes in timelessly beautiful designs, you won’t have to go through the struggles of packing so many clothes in your travel luggage!

August 16, 2017 by Amita Naithani
Amita's Guide to Iceland

Amita's Guide to Iceland

A dream destination for adventurers and wanderlusters, Iceland is the home of astounding landscapes and natural wonders. Read on to learn about top attractions guaranteed to amaze you...

Blue Lagoon  

The magnificent Blue Lagoon, also known as Geothermal Spa, is undoubtedly one of the most alluring attractions in Iceland. The lagoon is near Keflavic International Airport and usually the first or the last place travelers visit in Iceland.

This celebrated hot spring is a mix of milky seawater and fresh water, rich in minerals, algae and silica. The combination is certain to make your skin softer than ever and provide an experience like none other. The mission of the lagoon is to promote healing power, wellness and beauty to it's visitors. 

The City of Reykjavik

On the coast of Iceland sits the country's capital and largest city, Reykjavik. The historic city is home to most of Iceland's inhabitants, offering tours of the Old Harbor and streets lined with colorful buildings, Icelandic stores and eateries.

Rich in maritime history, the port from where the popular whale watching tours depart is near the city center.  Fans of old architecture can find Reykjavik’s oldest houses in the central Lækjargata Street. The commercial area with stores and eateries is there, as well. Some other main shopping streets in the city are Bankastræti, Austurstræti and Laugavegur. Downtown Reykjavik can be explored on foot or by bike.


Reykjavic Downtown

Sculptures can be spotted all over the city. Sólfarið, or Sun Voyager, is one of the most unusual and popular ones. It symbolizes a dream boat that most people identify as a Viking ship. You can find this steel piece of art on the waterfront, with the view of Mount Esja on the other side of the bay. Moments here are most beautiful at sunrise or sunset. This spot is also among the best places in Reykjavik for experiencing the midnight sun in summer.

Hallgrimskirkja is the most striking landmark of the Icelandic capital. The imposing Lutheran church boasts a fascinating design and an enormous organ with over 5000 pipes. Visitors can take an elevator to the observation platform of the 75-meter high tower and enjoy the views. Next to the Hallgrimskirkja is a monument that honors the first European who landed in America around 1000 A.D.



Golden Circle

The Golden Circle is Iceland's most popular route. It gets you to several great attractions. The top attractions of this popular route are no more than 2 hours distance from Reykjavik. Thus, you can see the Golden Circle’s key points of interest in a day.

Thingvellir (Þingvellir) National Park, encircled by mountains, is the largest attraction of the golden circle. It is an area of immense natural beauty, crisscrossed with hiking trails and spectacular views. The park boasts something no other place above sea level in the world has - the rift between two tectonic plates.

Within the park is Thingvallavatn (Þingvallavatn), Iceland's largest natural lake. Gjabakkahellir, a lava tube, is also among Thingvellir's top attractions. The lava tube is open at its both ends, boasting stalactites, shelves and other formations. 

Silfra fissure is a must-do if you are an adventurer. It's a crack between the North American and Eurasian tectonic plates. While diving in its crystal-clear water, you can see 100 meters in distance, even more. If you dive deeply enough, you can place one hand on the Eurasian and the other on the North American tectonic plate.

Another natural phenomenon within the Golden Circle is a geothermal area in the Haukadalur valley named Geysir Hot Springs. There are several hot springs next to one another on the site. Of these geysers, you will find Strokkur amazing the most. Its water jets, sent up every 10 to 15 minutes, reach heights of up to 20 meters.

This top attraction of the Golden Circle derives its name from one specific geyser. This one is pretty lazy these days and its name (Geysir) is the Icelandic term that became to describe these natural phenomena. In all probability, this particular geyser won’t be active when you arrive. But if you are extremely lucky, you will find its jets reaching fantastic height of 80 meters!

With the already mentioned Golden Circle's sites, Thingvellir (Þingvellir) National Park and Geysir Hot Springs, Gullfoss completes the list of Iceland's top attractions. Considered among top 10 waterfalls in the world, Gullfoss is also known as Golden Falls. If you visit the falls on a sunny day, you will immediately realize why. 

Skogafoss Waterfall

Impressive Skogafoss Waterfall is 60 meters high, powered by Eyjafjallajökull and Mýrdalsjökull glaciers. It tumbles down from a cliff producing dense water mist at its base. In the past, Icelandic coastline bordered the waterfall's cliffs. Today, the shore is around 5 km to the south away and you can enjoy great views from the top of the cliff. For the most rewarding experience, arrive here on a sunny day. Then, you can enjoy the sight of a rainbow in front of the waterfall.

370 stairs link the base of the Skogafoss Waterfall to its top. Once you climb, you are at the beginning of the Fimmvörðuháls pass, a popular hiking route.

Skogar Folk Museum

The Skogar Folk Museum is one of Iceland's finest folk museums, set in a pleasant environment. The museum safeguards the island's heritage from the Viking times onward. It displays tools, handmade items and manuscripts among other exhibits. You can take a look into turf dwellings and imagine how people lived in them in the past. The adjacent Museum of Transport elaborates the development of transport in Iceland in the last 2 centuries.

Sólheimajökull glacier

The glacier whose name is hard to pronounce is the setting for a great glacier walk. It is an extension of the Mýrdalsjökull glacier, featuring sinkholes, ice ridges and tunnels. Also, it offers a view of the ice-capped volcano Katla. A Sólheimajökull glacier hike reveals a varied landscape and diverse ice formations. Along the way, you may even discover an ice cave. Traces of past volcano eruptions, such as ash and pumice, are present, too.


Dyrhólaey is a promontory near the village of Vik. It is 120 meters high above sea level, resembling an arch. You will find Dyrhólaey near a lighthouse atop the cliff. In the neighborhood, you can see several rock formations up to 60 meters tall jutting from the sea. 

Besides interesting rock formations, you may see many bird species that inhabit the area. Arctic terns and puffins are some of those you may spot. When planning your trip to Dyrhólaey, note that access can be somewhat limited during the nesting season in spring and summer.


Reynisfjara is another habitat abundant with birdlife. Besides puffins, fulmars and guillemots also inhabit the area. But, it is the endless beauty of the black pebble beach that leaves most visitors with mouths widely open. Basalt columns, lava formations and caves line famous Black Sand Beach. Small wonder that Reynisfjara belongs to a circle of the top 10 non-tropical beaches in the world.

Fjaroarglijufur Canyon

Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon, northeast from Vik, is a charming hidden gem in blessed solitude. If coming to visit this marvelous place, don't expect to see a deep canyon. But, what it lacks in the depth makes up with a palette of vivid colors and fascinating shapes of its serpentines. Fjaðrárgljúfur Canyon is no more than 100 meters deep and 2 km long. Furthermore, the river flowing through the canyon is often low. If so, visitors can descend into the canyon and take a walk along the riverbed.




August 07, 2017 by Amita Naithani
Amita's Guide to Los Cabos

Amita's Guide to Los Cabos

Read Amita's favorite things to do and see in Los Cabos.
May 19, 2017 by Amita Naithani