Press & Media

Curtain Call Adventures have made media appearances time and again, and we feel proud in getting featured or mentioned by Travel related websites and magazines. Here you will find select publishing houses and top blogger’s take on their experience with us. – September 3, 2018

Style coach Aiana has been voted among the 10 best fashion bloggers to follow in India. Excerpts from her blog on what she has to say about our curated tours – “I want to share this unique holiday experience with everyone who has wanted to do this but didn’t know where to find it. Curtaincall Adventures is name by which her tours go. It is an unique experience and she says she named her curated tours Curtain Call Adventures because she relates it with how actors bow after the last act and curtain falls, this may just be our last chance to see north east’s culture as is before modernity takes over their way of life”…..

“Actually joys of travelling with her, yes she travels with you on tour or facilitates expert experienced local guides to accompany you who she feels will enhance your experience more, that’s how she has been marinating sanctity of how she envisions it all, so the joy of travelling with her is she even takes you shopping for she knows the best places to find unique things at a bargain”….

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NatGeo Traveller India – June 2018 Edition

Curtain Call Adventures was featured on the article, Tribal Tastes in Arunachal Pradesh, in the June 2018 edition of the NatGeo Traveller India Magazine.

Though Tezpur is the closest airport to Ziro, it’s not well connected and flight timings are erratic. The best way to reach Ziro is to fly to Guwahati and then get to Ziro by road (450 km/approx. 12 hr northeast). Private or shared taxis can be booked from the city. Visitors need an Inner Line Permit to enter Arunachal Pradesh.

Curated tours, like those offered by Curtain Call Adventures (, who the writer travelled with, arrange accommodation, travel, permits, and local culinary experiences.

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Sunday Magazine, The Hindu, April 28, 2018

Julie Kagti was quoted in the article on Myoko Festival and Apatani tribes.

“The Apatanis are traditionally animists and they worship nature,” explains Julie Kagti pointing to the religious Donyi-Polo flags — a red sun emblazoned on a white background — fluttering outside several houses. Kagti is the owner of Curtain Call Adventures, which curates small-group culture-focussed trips to Northeast India.

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