When Outlook Traveller was launched in June 2001, it was the first significant magazine aimed squarely at the Indian tourist. At that time, there were several well-established travel magazines on the international market, but Indian publications in this segment were more in the nature of trade magazines.
Outlook Traveller explores and celebrates the joy of travel. The sights, smells, colours, sounds of destinations – both offbeat and classic – are brought to life with design, photographs and production values of the highest international standards. What makes this travel magazine refreshingly different, both for the frequent and not-so-frequent traveller, is its pool of sophisticated writers. There are more than insights: every feature comes with an accessible, well-researched information section, which equips the traveller with the tools essential to execute his plans.
The core identity of Outlook Traveller is actively oriented to the travel aspirations and experience of our readership. The structure of the magazine follows the established formula of lifestyle features magazines, with a package of features framed in lighter front- and back-of-the-book sections. Outlook Traveller covers both Indian and outbound travel.