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Best Places to Visit in Daman within 2 Days – A Backpacker’s Itinerary

Daman two day itinerary will not only help you visit the best places in town but will also ensure that your 2 days are utilized well. It will prove handy for people who are in Daman for a quick visit and need the most relaxing and refreshing experience. Daman as a coastal town is home to […]

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Top 10 Places to Visit in Udaipur Two Day Trip

Udaipur two day trip is a great way to unwind and immerse yourself in the sights, sounds and the rich culture that Rajasthan has to offer. Udaipur is famously known as the ‘City of Lakes’ and rightly so. Prominent lakes and diverse landscapes engulf the city in every nook and corner. Udaipur is mesmerizing. Architecturally rich […]

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Bhangarh Fort: Haunted or Not Haunted – Lets Find Out

Bhangarh Fort is located in the Aravalli hills of India’s largest state Rajasthan. Infamous for being one of the most haunted places in Asia, Bhangarh Fort has all sorts of spooky stories attached to it. The 17th century Bhangarh Fort, that was once a beautiful kingdom and a famous market, now lies in ruins. However, […]

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Jaipur two-day Itinerary: How to Spend 2 days in the Pink City

A Jaipur two day itinerary will be useful for travellers visiting the pink city for the first time. It will help them explore more places in a limited time. On a two-day trip to Jaipur, you must explore the city’s cultural and architectural splendours. Although you can’t see it all, an ideal Jaipur two day […]

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Top 5 Heritage Palaces to Visit in Jaipur, India’s Pink City

Palaces to visit in Jaipur are on every traveller’s itinerary. Every visitor who travels to the pink city for the first time wishes to visit its grand forts and palaces. The forts and palaces of Jaipur stand witness to the state’s eventful past. The brilliant artwork, grand architecture and glorious history of these epoch-making monuments […]

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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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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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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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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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Mahim Khau Galli: Haven for Food Lovers in Mumbai

Mahim Khau Galli, one of the most popular ‘khau gallis’ in India is located in Mahim, to the East of Mumbai. A ‘khau galli’ is interpreted in English as ‘an eat street or lane of eateries’. A noisy street crowded with people having food at different stalls. In Mumbai,  Mahim Khau Galli is a ‘must-visit’ place for […]

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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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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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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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Lavasa: India Newest Hill Town with the Perfect Quietude

Lavasa is a private and planned city located in the Western Ghats of the state of Maharashtra in West India. The city offers its visitors a unique and rejuvenating feel. Located at a distance of around 60km from Pune and about 187 km from Mumbai, the city is a great place to unwind yourself amidst […]

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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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Top 10 Beaches in North & South Goa for Sun & Fun Lovers

Best beaches in Goa: Top 10 choices for hanging out and having lots of fun both as a backpacker as well as a tourist. The beaches across the coast of Goa are situated either in North Goa or South Goa.  The North Goa beaches are more commercialized and popular, extending to visitors  a flamboyant nightlife, shopping […]

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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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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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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-friendly […]

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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. […]