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

Lahesh Cave Trek is set in Himachal’s Dhalaudhar Range. The caves are set above one of the most famous trekking places in India, Triund. Lahesh cave trek ticks all the right boxes for a beginner. It gives you the unique experience of crossing a glacier in winters. Lahesh Cave Trek is moderate when it comes […]

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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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Dharamshala Budget Trip: A Travel Blog for First Time Backpackers

Planning for a cost effective Dharamshala budget trip will not only help you save extra bucks but also allow you more days to explore the place. Each year thousands of travelers visit the Himalayan town of Dharamshala. Due to the rush, it can be a tad bit expensive to visit the region. However with a […]

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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. In the current post, I will answer each and every safety question that has been posed to me by travelers across regions. The […]

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Gangtok: Sikkim’s Capital Town is ‘Lofty Hill’ Personified

Gangtok budget travel plan for first time backpackers or groupies can prove beneficial. It will not only help extend your stay but also save huge bucks.  The most optimum Gangtok budget travel plan will ensure that you are able to cover the maximum locations in minimum bucks spent. Your aim is not to spend precious […]

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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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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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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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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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Belur and Halebidu: The Twin Ancient Marvels of Hoysala Dynasty

+Belur temple, officially known as the Chennakeshava temple and commonly called the Belur math (cloister)  is a marvel of ancient Hoysala architecture. If you go deep into the etymology of the Belur temple, it means ‘beautiful Vishnu’ Chenna means beautiful while keshava means vishnu (one of the principal deities of Hinduism). The name itself implies the […]

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Rupin Pass Trek: Embark on a Thrilling Adventure

Rupin Pass was primarily a shepherd’s trail crossing the Kinnaur Kailash range in the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. Known to be a shepherd’s boon, Rupin Pass trail in the present times brings out the luster and warmth embedded in the purest form of what nature personifies with its rich vegetation and ever changing […]

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Houseboats in Dal Lake: Where Royalty Meets Comfort & Warmth

House Boats in Dal lake are unique anchored structures to one side of the majestic Dal in Srinagar. Situated in the heart of Kashmir and surrounded by the alluring beauty of Mughal Gardens, Dal Lake is a well-known travel destination of India. The lake gets its name from the Kashmiri word ‘Dal’ which means a […]

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Digha: The Beach Town Situated on the Shores of Bay of Bengal

Digha Travel Guide for planning your trip on a budget will help you explore this destination without creating holes in your pocket. Enjoy the scenic beach town of Digha and return enchanted. The beautiful beach town of Digha is situated by the shores of the mighty Bay of Bengal. It is situated south of West […]

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Kuari Pass Trek: The Best Himalayan Trail for Beginners

Kuari Pass trek is located amidst the gorgeous Garhwal Himalayas. It offers majestic views, an easy trail and fairly good weather conditions. Best part about the Kuari Pass trek is that beginners will love it. In fact if you are a first timer, Kuari Pass trek will be a good experience to start. I had […]

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Dharamshala – Tibet’s Lost and Found

Dharamshala is a beautiful town in the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It lies on the upper reaches of the Kangra valley and smells of enchantment. The snow clad Dhauladhars, the wiff of romanticism, the quaint spiritual sway of his holiness – the Dalai Lama and the strong Tibetan influence make Dharamshala a favourite […]

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Chikmagalur: Weekend Getaway to Karnataka’s Coffee Land

Chikmagalur is one of the greenest getaways in the south Indian state of Karnataka. It is one of those places where you can be at peace with yourself and discover a new side of you. Before I dig deep into the place as a traveler, let me introduce it. 400 years ago, saint Baba Budan, […]

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Mumbai’s Bewitching Boulevard – Marine Drive

Marine Drive, they say resembles a queen’s necklace at night. It sparkles, it glows and it brings about a heavenly feeling. Located in Southern Mumbai, it is a gorgeous boulevard that attracts thousands of Indian and international tourists each year. Not many people are aware of the fact that Marine Drive is officially known as […]

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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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Delhi Street Shopping – Top 5 Budget Friendly Bazaars

Delhi street shopping is one of the fun activities to pursue for youngsters. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to do shopping in places which are budget friendly and don’t create holes in your pocket? Well in the current post, I’ll tell you all about Delhi street shopping and the most fun places to […]

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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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Skiing at Kashmir’s Aru Valley – A Thrilling Experience

Skiing at Aru Valley can be challenging yet enjoyable especially if you’re doing it for the first time. It can give you the thrilling feeling of Adrenalin flowing through your body. Skiing at Aru Valley against a lush white backdrop of snow at the ground and the Himalayas up high will stay imprinted in your mind forever. […]

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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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A Pilgrim’s Progress to Shirdi, Shani Shringnapur, Panchvati & Trimbakeshwar

Shirdi, Shani Shringnapur, Panchvati and Trimbakeshwar  are Maharashtra’s top 4 holy shrines that are visited each year by thousands of people having faith in the almighty. The state has numerous religious sites and pilgrimage places for distinct faiths.  Shirdi & Other Shrines in Maharashtra: Locations  Shrine  District Shirdi Sai Baba Temple Ahmednagar Shani Shringnapur Ahmednagar […]

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Khuri Sand Dunes: Jaisalmer’s Ravishing Desert Beauty

Khuri Sand Dunes are the true embodiment of the Thar desert in Rajasthan. They are mysterious, uncanny and ravishing. In this harsh and futile wilderness nature endures. Visit here if you want to be a part of the complete desert experience. Khuri lies on the edge of the Desert National Park surrounded by extensive sand dunes. […]

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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 […]