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Gorakhgad Fort Trek: One of the Best Trails to Pursue During Monsoons

Gorakhgad fort trek is one of the best trails in Maharashtra that can be pursued in any season. However, during monsoons,  when the sky begins to pour, Gorakhgad trek comes across as breathtakingly beautiful. Therefore, pursuing the magnificent Gorakhgad fort trek during monsoons will prove to be a good decision.  The Gorakhgad fort trek is […]

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Henry Island: A Travel Guide for First Time Visitors

Henry Island is situated in the state of West Bengal in eastern India. This island is a part of the great delta dotting the southern borders of West Bengal and thus, portrays an outstanding scenic beauty. Henry Island or popularly known as Henry’s Island is the place for travelers who love serenity. Silent white sand […]

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Pune One Day Trip Itinerary for the Spirituals, the Foodies & the Shopaholics

Once the seat of the Maratha Empire, Pune is the perfect blend of history, culture, spirituality and modernity. A Pune one day trip itinerary will help you discover the best of Pune city in 24 hours. In a limited amount of time, you should be able to experience the essence of the city. Situated at […]

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PAP Leh: How to Obtain a Protected Area Permit for Ladakh

PAP Leh or Protected Area Permit for Leh is a travel document issued by the Government of India to foreign nationals. This document allows them to visit the restricted or protected areas of the Leh Ladakh region for a limited period of time. All foreign nationals and Non-Resident Indians (except for citizens of Bhutan) are required […]

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Traveling Solo to Vypin Island: Kochi’s Offbeat Retreat

Traveling solo to Vypin Island can be an enthralling experience for any person who loves nature, beaches, backwaters and tranquility. It’s a lovely place to be if you visit Kochi. Vypin Island is a mini personification of Kerala in so many ways. It comprises of all the travel elements that a person expects to find […]

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Taking a Weekend Tour & Tiger Safari at Sundarbans

Taking a Sundarban weekend tour to the world’s most dense mangrove forests can be an experience to cherish for a life time. The region is rich in flora, wildlife and landscapes. It is also home to the mighty Royal Bengal Tiger and the Saltwater Crocodile. Imagine being immersed in a faraway captivated silence interrupted only […]

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Cost Effective Travel Mantra for Couples Visiting Gangtok

“Is Gangtok expensive?” is the first thought that comes to mind for most travellers visiting Sikkim. The question is valid since travelling amidst the mountains is usually more exorbitant than plains. Gangtok is a small town nestled away in the eastern Himalayas. An important pilgrimage place, Gangtok also happens to be a major centre for […]

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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 […]

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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. The fog encased land of Sikkim is where I planned a trip recently. Nathu La Pass solo trip was a dream come […]

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Exploring the Heritage Temple Town of Bishnupur

Bishnupur sightseeing can be a fascinating experience for travelers if the exploration of this temple town is done in detail. I traveled solo to Bishnupur and it turned out to be a lovely experience. The sun glinted off the thousands of idols of Lord Krishna (a major deity in Hinduism). The devotees played instruments and […]

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Gangtok Budget Travel: What to explore in & around the town?

Gangtok, the capital of the beautiful northeastern state of Sikkim is one of the must-see destinations in India. Nestled away in the Himalayas, it is an ideal spot for experiencing Tibetan Buddhism, taking hiking adventures or just to lay back and enjoy the pristine nature. The most optimum Gangtok budget travel plan will ensure that you are […]

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Ranthambore versus Corbett National Park: Which one’s the best for you?

Ranthambore versus Corbett National Park? This is a common question that people ask when deciding on which place to pick for their wildlife adventure. Both these national parks are amongst the most famous wildlife destinations in India and thousands of people visit them every year, in the hopes of sighting some wildlife. Jim Corbett and […]

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Visiting the Chambal River Safari in Palighat, Sawai Madhopur

You can add to your whole wildlife sighting experience in Sawai Madhopur by adding the Chambal river safari to your itinerary.  The river safari at the Palighat Chambal Sanctuary is a great way to spot the big underwater predators.  It is also a great place to see some wonderful native and migrant bird species. While in […]

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Is Ranthambore worth visiting?

Is Ranthambore worth visiting? Am sure this question has been on many of your minds while thinking of visiting the National Park situated in the royal state of Rajasthan. Ranthambore national park is situated near the Sawai Madhopur. It is known for its high population of the big cat and everyone’s favourite- the Royal Bengal […]

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Exploring Hampi as a Solo Traveler: The Complete Backpacking Guide

Hampi solo travel tops the bucket-list for most, if not all backpackers. The name ‘Hampi’ did not ring a bell for many travelers till the past some years. But as of late, this culturally rich village has become a favourite pick among passionate backpackers and solo travelers. On your Hampi solo travel, make sure to […]

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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 that lie on this scenic route. This entire region after all,  has a spectacular terrain that will make for a lovely trip. Each year, thousands of travelers plan a trip from Bangalore to Pondicherry. The duration of travel […]

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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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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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Sawai Madhopur Travel Guide: The Complete 3 Day Itinerary

It was a long weekend and I and my two other friends decided to visit Ranthambore National Park. The national park is located in near Sawai Madhopur city of Rajasthan. Based on my recent experience, this Sawai Madhopur travel guide will help you plan your visit to the tiger town. Sawai Madhopur is most known […]

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Ranthambore Travel Blog: Experience the Jungle and its Wild Cats

It was a long weekend and I for one needed a change. After roping in two of my other friends, and after several days and rounds of deliberations, it was decided that it’s going to be a wildlife sighting getaway. The final pick had to be made between these three: Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Jim Corbett […]

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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.  Jim Corbett National Park is a treat for nature and wildlife lovers. Its territory of the land ranges […]

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Varkala: Kerala’s Hidden Backpacking Beach Destination

Varkala is the land that’s painted blue by the endless waters and clear skies. With exquisite surroundings and a laid back vibe, the little town of Varkala is definitely worth all your time. Located in the Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala, Varkala’s North cliff is perched right next to the Arabian sea coast giving it the most […]

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Rambling through Majuli – The World’s Largest River Island

Majuli is one of the largest river islands in the world and is home to thousands of travellers each year. The Island is home to tribal communities including the Misings, the Deoris and the Sonowal Kacharis. It has also been called ‘the cultural capital and the cradle of Assamese civilization’ for the past 500 years. Majuli […]

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Chandratal Lake: The Surreal Natural Wonder in Himachal

Chandratal Lake trek is high up on the list trekkers and climbers visiting Himachal Pradesh.  Set in the magnificent Spiti Valley, Chandratal lake literally means ‘Lake of the Moon.’ It is a crescent-shaped lake and is often referred to as one of the most beautiful lakes located at an altitude of about 14,000 ft in […]

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Is Spiti Safe – Important Things about the Region that Every Traveler Should Know

“Is Spiti safe?”  I found myself pondering over this very question as I desperately searched the internet for blogs and articles that shed light on the same. I was well aware of the hardships that come with taking a trip to Spiti Valley. Thus wanted to be well-prepared to ensure a smooth journey. A lot […]

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Kolkata Food Trail through the Streets of the City of Joy

Kolkata food trail is something that every foodie visiting the city should pursue. A blend of culture in everything is what makes Kolkata different from other parts of the country. Be it cinema, literature or food, Kolkata stands out in each of them. Coming to the topic of the Kolkata food trail, Bengalis (natives of West […]

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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 […]