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A Travel Guide to Rann Utsav for First Time Travelers

Rann Utsav guide is meant for all the travelers who have never been to Kutch but are eagerly wanting to do so in the near future. Your travel experience in the sparkling white marshland will prove to be a memory for all times to come. The annual festival at Kutch is not a budget event […]

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Lahesh Cave Trek: Dharamshala’s Enthralling Green & White Trail

Lahesh Cave Trek is an ideal trekking route for adventurers who wish to explore beyond an easy one day trek in Triund.  The trail to Lahesh caves is one of the most beautiful in the Himalayas. It offers an enthralling experience with breathtaking panoramic views of the Dhauladhars. Lahesh Cave Trek is set in Himachal’s […]

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Dharamshala Budget Trip: A Travel Blog for First Time Backpackers

.Dharamshala budget trip is something every backpacker and mountain lover has on her/his travel wishlist. The small hilly town of Dharamshala attracts thousands of travellers every year. The destination is not only popular with Indian travellers but is also one of the most sought-after destinations in India among foreign nationals.   Some visit it for a couple […]

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Is Dharamshala Safe for Solo Travelers, Backpackers and Women?

Is Dharamshala Safe for Solo Travelers, Backpackers and Women? This is a pertinent question that needs to be addressed for the security of every first-time visitor. The answer is YES. Dharamshala and Mcleodganj are safe as travel destinations. Not only are they safe but they are exquisite. The majestic Himalayas form a riveting backdrop and […]

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Dharamshala Food Guide for Travelers: Must Eat Cafes and Eateries

Dharamshala food guide will prove handy for any traveller visiting the Himalayan town for the first time or after a long span of time. Dharamshala is one of the most visited travel destinations of North India at the moment. In recent times, this place has seen a lot of people visiting it due to its scenic […]

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Triund Trek: Camp Amidst the Majestic Himalayas

Triund Trek is a sought after footslog for a majority of travellers who visit Dharamshala and Mcleodganj. The tall snow-capped Dhalaudhars, the breathtaking views and not so narrow pathways are what attract even the trekking beginners to pursue this beautiful trek. Triund Hill lies at the height of 2842m (9342 ft) above sea level, in […]

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How to Ski Safely for the First Time: Recommended Tips

Tips on how to ski safely are very important for any adventure junkie who wants to learn this activity. Going down the slopes, soaking up the stunning views and getting your adrenaline pumping is an incredibly fun activity. It’s definitely something that everyone should try at least once. However, if it’s your first time skiing, […]

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Beautiful Places to Visit Enroute from Bangalore to Pondicherry

Places to see between Bangalore and Pondicherry are far too many. Not only are all of those places rich culturally but even spell of modern day influences. The region welcomes its travelers with open arms. The route, as well as the roads between Bangalore and Pondicherry, are good. The places to see between Bangalore and […]

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Churah Valley: The Lesser Known but Magnificent Destination in Himachal

Churah valley, as the heading of this blog represents is a lesser known but magnificent destination in Himachal and is famous for its apples and other organic products like honey. The word Churah means four paths as it is a gateway to four major places like Chamba town, Pangi Valley, Punjab and Jammu & Kashmir. Churah valley […]

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Pushkar Camel Fair: The Event Attended Annually by Hundred Thousand Visitors

Pushkar Camel Fair is an annual meeting of tribesmen, cattle breeders and everyone who owns camels, goats or sheep. It’s a place for trade of the above-mentioned animals and for some its the only source of income throughout the year. In addition to the trade, Pushkar Camel Fair is host to various activities and traditions […]

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Taking a Solo Trip to Nagaland’s Hornbill Festival – Cultural Extravaganza at its Best

Taking a solo trip to Hornbill Festival held during the first ten days of December each year is an experience in itself. The cultural extravaganza and the traditions on display are something that city folks have no clue about. While traveling to Nagaland, I wondered, “what is the best way to get to know a […]

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International Thar Desert Festival: A Myriad of World Music and Culture

International Thar Desert Festival is a magnificent blend of different cultures of music all over the globe. It is a state of Musical trance which explains to us that music is beyond any language. Before the fest introduction, it is vital to know the wonderful place “Jaisalmer”. Jaisalmer, known as the ‘Golden City’, is situated in […]

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Gokarna & Beaches: The Perfect Sunset Treat

Gokarna and its beaches comprise the ideal sunset treat. It is the go-to destination for people who don’t need the pressure of an itinerary. A more “chilled-out” version of Goa, Gokarna has the beauty of Goa without the hustle and bustle of it. The temple town has something to offer for every traveller. From Mahabaleshwara […]

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Traveling with a Baby Across Countries: An Indian Mom’s Inspiring Journey

Traveling with a baby might come across as scary for a lot of women. There might be apprehensions and concerns pertaining to safety of both mother and child. As women travelers, we should address those questions, those fears and not succumb to them. Taking a leap forward with my baby girl transformed my life forever. […]

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Malana Cream Hash: Popular among Travelers but ILLEGAL in India – Do not Consume

Malana cream hash is more commonly known as Malana cream or simply Malana charas. Malana village is the most sought after for its charas. The black gold as Malana cream hash is known abroad is the reason why every traveller comes sniffing here. The ‘hand-rubbed’ Malana Cream Hash has been widely recognised for its quality worldwide. […]

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Untold Story of Himachal’s Malana Village: World’s Oldest Democracy

Malana Village- a paradise for travellers is a remote village that is located in the Parvati Valley of Himachal Pradesh. Many people have heard of Malana village but its best-kept secrets are what makes it ever so charming and attractive. Malana Village is a different world in itself. It is like a sacred book of fabled folklore, […]

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Things to Carry for Leh Ladakh Trip: A Complete Guide

Things to carry for Leh Ladakh Trip is one of the most searched queries when planning a trip to Leh Ladakh. Ladakh is every traveller’s dream destination and one of the most picturesque regions in India. A trip to this cold desert is bound to leave you with memories to cherish for a lifetime Leh- […]

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Top Travel Tips for Making a Deep Connection with Nagaland

Travel tips for Nagaland will help you connect with this lone but extremely beautiful jewel of a destination. Nagaland is a North Eastern state of India adjacent to Myanmar (Burma). It is the only state with 16 active tribes and home to the last surviving head-hunters- The Konyaks. In order to really connect with this region, […]

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Is Leh Safe?

Is Leh safe? This is the first question that pops to mind when you think of travelling to Leh for the first time. Thousands of travellers visit the land of wanderlust-Ladakh each year and are left in awe of its sheer beauty. While we can all agree that Leh is magical, but it in no way is […]

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Traveling to Pondicherry from Bangalore: The Ideal Itinerary for your Trip

Bangalore Pondicherry itinerary should be good enough for covering at least four to five major travel destinations. It should be created and implemented in a way so as to capture the essence of this scenic travel route. After all, the entire region has a spectacular terrain that will make for a lovely road or train […]

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Shimla versus Dharamshala: What’s the Better Travel Destination?

Shimla versus Dharamshala, where should I go? This is a commonly asked question amongst most visitors travelling to Himachal Pradesh for the first time. The question becomes all the more important if you have a limited time to spare and you want the best experience. Which destination should you choose- Shimla or Dharamshala, and why? […]

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9 Beautiful Lakes in Leh that you Don’t Know About !

Lakes in Leh need no introduction. Popularized by the Bollywood movie 3 Idiots, Pangong Tso came to the attention of travellers from across the country and the world. After that, there was no looking back. Every year thousands of travellers visit Leh-Ladakh to witness the beauty of the barren cold desert and see for themselves the blue […]

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How and Where to obtain an Inner Line Permit for Leh-Ladakh, Arunachal & Nagaland 2018?

Inner Line Permit or ILP is a travel document issued by the Government of India. It is required by Indian citizens to visit protected/restricted areas within the country. This permit is valid for a limited period of time. The main purpose of an inner line permit is to monitor the activity of tourists and inflow […]

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Spangmik Village: The Beautiful Rustic Region Near Pangong Tso

Spangmik Village is a remote village situated 156 km east of Leh, on the banks of famous Pangong Lake in Ladakh region. The village is located on a narrow stretch of land between the Chang Chenmo mountains and the Pangong lake. The Spangmik village is very close to the Tibetan border and an army check post […]

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Planning and Enjoying a Family Trip to Velankanni on a Budget

Family trip to Velankanni can be a heartwarming experience. Spending time with loved ones at a destination as serene and religious as Velankanni feels good. Located in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, Velankanni is a popular Roman Catholic pilgrim centre. The region is visited by many devout believers each year. Keeping the sanctity in […]

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Permits for Arunachal Pradesh – How to Obtain Them?

Permits for Arunachal Pradesh are a prerequisite if you are planning to visit the state. Arunachal Pradesh literally translates to ‘land of the dawn-lit mountains’ and is also known as the Orchid State of India. The history of Arunachal Pradesh dates back thousands of years. The state finds a mention in a number of Hindu […]