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Chathurangapara View Point: A Traveler’s Discovery of Hills, Mills & Beauty

Chathurangapara View Point is located in the  Idukki district of Kerala by the border of Kerala and Tamil Nadu. There are hundreds of wind mills placed in this region. The heavy wind passing between the mountains has a great impact of production of electricity in both the states. The wind is so heavy here at […]

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A First Time Traveler’s Experience at Jim Corbett National Park

Jim Corbett National Park, also known simply as the Corbett National park lies in the Nainital district of the north Indian state of Uttarakhand. It was here that the prestigious ‘Project Tiger’ was launched in the year 1973.  The place is a treat for nature and wildlife lovers. It territory of the land ranges over  500 […]

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The Mesmerizing Lake that Changes Colours – Pangong Tso, Ladakh

Pangong Lake, originally known as Pangong Tso (Tso means lake in native language of Ladakh) is an extremely gorgeous site located amidst the high grasslands of Ladakh region in North India. The sheer beauty of Pangong Tso or more popularly known as just the Pangong Lake makes travelers visit it from far and wide. Pangong […]

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Awaking to Alleppey Backwaters: The Complete Houseboat & Kayaking Experience

Alleppey backwaters are one of the best places in South India to refresh your mind and get rid of all your worries. Spending quality time in the backwaters of Kerala will make you feel more energized and rejuvenated. Kerala is popularly referred to as ‘God’s Own Country’ and once you experience the Alleppey backwaters, you […]

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Mehrangarh Fort: Jodhpur’s Splendour Standing Tall on a Cliff

Mehrangarh Fort is one of Jodhpur’s finest embodiment of Rajput architecture and heritage. The fort at Meharangarh stands tall on a cliff, exactly perpendicular to the ground. This makes it scale up four hundred feet above the sky line of Jodhpur. Jodhpur is located in India’s most westward and largest state –  Rajasthan. The word Rajasthan […]

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Yumthang Valley, Sikkim: Breathtaking Terrain, Rhododendrons and Snowline

Yumthang Valley is the hidden paradise of natural beauty in the mountains of north Sikkim. Also known as Himalayan Valley of Flowers, the gorgeous Yumthang Valley houses a unique fusion of flora, fauna and nature’s various spectacles. This mountainous region is rare and exotic in nature. Its a place where the tree line ends.It is […]

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Pappi Chulo Hostel: Goa’s Top Digs for Backpackers

Pappi Chulo hostel Goa is one of the most nominal places to stay in the popular travel destination. Not only will you save huge bucks here but will also have a great time. The staff is hospitable and the rooms clean. Not to forget the open bar that serves amazing drinks. The dormitories at the […]

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Exploring Batseri: The Quaint Village in Himachal’s Apple District

Batseri is a small village located in Sangla Valley of Kinnaur district in the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Owing to the delicious varieties of apple, Kinnaur is sometimes referred to as the ‘apple district of Himachal.’ It is among the lesser known tourist places but amongst the most beautiful ones. Sangla Valley is […]

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Golconda Fort: Hyderabad’s Historic Marvel and Pride

Golconda Fort located in the south Indian city of Hyderabad is a historic marvel. Originally known as Mankal, the majestic Golkonda Fort is built on top of a hill. It is one of the most magnificent fortress structures in India. The city of Nizams as Hyderabad is popularly called has always been in the limelight […]

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Chandratal Lake: The Surreal Natural Wonder in Himachal

Chandratal Lake which means ‘Lake of the Moon’, is a popular destination for trekkers and climbers. It is one of the crescent-shaped lakes in Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh and is often referred to as one of the most beautiful lakes located at an altitude of about 14,000 ft in the majestic Himalayas. The Chandratal trek grabs […]

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How To Spend A Fun Day At Manali’s Solang Valley?

The name Solang Valley is a combination of two words i.e. Solang which is name of a village in Manali, Himachal Pradesh and Nullah which refers to a water stream. Solang Valley is located at a distance of around 13 kilometres from Manali and lies between Solang village and Beas Kund. This beautiful valley offers […]

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Havelock Island Scuba Diving: A Beginner’s First Dive Ever

Havelock Island scuba diving can prove to be one of your best under water experiences. It’ll be even better if you’re a first time diver. The thrill and excitement mixed with fear will provide you with a whole new fortitude. Havelock Island is one of the most visited tourist destinations in the union territory of […]

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Sahastradhara: The Thousand Fold Springs of Dehradun

Sahastradhara is as fancy a place as its name. ‘Thousand fold springs’ is what the word Sahastradhara means. It is a beautiful picturesque destination of Dehradun. This amazing place is located at the Baldi river near the Robbers’s cave. Sahastradharat water falls, as many call it is like a never-ending park which has fresh water […]

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Magnetic Hill in Leh: Does it Defy All Laws of Gravity?

Magnetic Hill is located near Leh in the north Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.  It is around 30 kms away from mainland Leh and it is on the Leh – Kargil national highway. Magnetic Hill is an extremely famous and mysterious destination.  Not only is the uncanny component of the hill a topic of […]

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A Traveler’s Account of Tehri: Gharwal’s Prepossessing Getaway

Tehri dam is a precious gem located in the north Indian state of Uttarakhand. Uninhibited by too many tourists, this place is a perfect getaway for people seeking quality vacationing time up in the hills. Tehri is a destination packed with something for every type of explorer. A scenic lake for the traveler seeking solace […]

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Traveling Solo as a Woman to Sikkim’s Nathu La Pass

Nathu La Pass solo trip will prove to be one of your greatest travel experiences. The beautiful terrain, the purity of nature and the lovely people will leave you in awe of Sikkim. In the North East region of India, there exists a land of shimmering lakes and rolling hills, a land picturesque enough to […]

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Kolkata Food Trail through the Streets of this City of Joy

Kolkata food trail is something that every foodie should pursue. A blend of culture in everything is what makes Kolkata different from other parts of the country. Be it cinema or literature or food, traits of culture or making anything a culture has been prevalent since ages. Coming to the topic of food, Bengalis and […]

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Osian Safari Camp: Live and Experience the Life of a Desert

Osian Safari Camp is a deluxe desert tented permanent camp near Jodhpur in Rajasthan. It offers its visitors a thrilling Camel Safari, Jeep Safari to surrounding areas and a visit to the tribal houses. Osian Safari Camp is located at a distance of about 62 kilometers from Jodhpur. Rajasthan is one of the most travel […]

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Rambling through Majuli – The World’s Largest River Island

Majuli is the largest river island in the world and is home to thousands of travelers each year. When we travel, there are places that stay with us for months, sometimes years after we’ve visited them. Majuli has always been that place for me. To me, Majuli is an embodiment of solitude and peace. Far […]

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Mawlynnong – Come Visit Asia’s Cleanest Village on Budget Travel

Mawlynnong, famous as ‘Asia’s Cleanest Village’ is also known as ‘God’s Own Garden’. Mawlynonng is a small cozy village residing in the lap of East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya. The moment I stepped into the village, the mesmerizing natural beauty and cleanliness made me realize how it has managed to brag the title. People living in cities […]

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The Splendid Nubra Valley: Ladakh’s Own Gateway to Beauty and Splendor

Nubra Valley is a mysterious place tucked up in the lap of the Himalayas that is filled with an enigmatic culture, mesmerizing valleys, double-humped camel rides, captivating sand dunes and challenging roads. The Shyok River meets the Nubra River in this mesmerizing village that separates the majestic Ladakh and Karakoram mountain ranges. Nubra Valley is also […]

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Dawki: The Indian Town Whose Crystal Clear Water Flows into Bangladesh

Dawki is a border town between India and Bangladesh, located graciously in the Jaintia Hills of the north eastern state of Meghalaya. It is also known by a few people as Dauki. The greenery of the hills around, the crystal clear water of the Umngot river and the purity of the environment overall will make […]

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Things to do in Chennai like a Local: Fun, Food and Play

Things to do in Chennai like a local: Feel the vibe of the city, explore places not found on Google, taste the local cuisine and experience the inherent culture. Chennai, formerly known as Madras is a coastal city located in the south India state of Tamil Nadu. It amalgamates modernity and tradition and has a […]

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Golden Temple, Amritsar: Beautiful, Serene & Sacred

Popularly known as the Golden Temple, Sri Harmandar Sahib is a very eminent place of pilgrimage for the Sikh community. Located in Amritsar, the Golden Temple is a must visit for the people who travel to Punjab. The marvelous architecture, the heartfelt langar, the Amrit Sarovar lake, enveloped with a serene and a sacred atmosphere is […]

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Bhangarh Fort: Haunted or Not Haunted – Lets Find Out

Bhangarh Fort is located in India’s largest state Rajasthan. Bhangarh Fort has all sorts of spooky stories attached with its name. In fact it has been bestowed with the title of most haunted fort of India. Not just the Bhangarh Fort but even its ruins are worth a visit. The place is beautiful, though what […]

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Hiking to Meenmutty Waterfalls in Kerala: Get your Feet on it

Meenmutty waterfalls are three tiered in nature and located in Wayanad, a beautiful district in north-east Kerala, India. Wayanad is a home to many famous tourist spots like Meenmutthy and Socchipara Waterfalls, Edakkal Caves, Banasura Sagar Dam, etc. Everything about this place is purely magical. A jungle trek of about 2.1 kms leads to Meenmutty waterfalls. […]

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White Town Pondicherry – Five Best Foodie Retreats

White Town Pondicherry is a hip, french dominated,  travel friendly , near the sea place for sightseers who wish to take a break from their hectic city lives and hit this coastal retreat. The best part about White Town Pondicherry lies in its food culture. There is an abundance of quaint cafes, creative eateries and […]