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Spangmik Village: Visit the Region in Both Summers and Winters

Spangmik Village is a remote village situated 156 km east of Leh, on the banks of famous Pangong Tso 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 […]

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Backpacking on a Budget Across Leh : The ‘Juleh’ Land

Ever wondered of pursuing a Leh backpacking trip ? Well you should head to Leh this coming holiday season and feel enchanted amidst the majestic Himalayas.  Leh is a serene and calm location in the lap of astonishing mountains and valleys. No pictures or words will ever do justice to its beauty. Visiting Leh is […]

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

Gorakhgad fort trek is one of the trails to be pursued during the monsoons. Actually, any season. However, when the sky begins to pour, Gorakhgad trek comes across as beautiful. Therefore, pursuing the magnificent Gorakhgad fort trek during monsoons will prove to be a good decision.  The Gorakhgad fort trek is moderate in nature and even […]

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Is it Safe to Visit Spiti Alone: 10 Things that Every Backpacker Must 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 and thus wanted to be well-prepared to ensure a smooth journey. A […]

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Backpacking to Spiti Valley on a Budget: Himachal’s Far Away Land

Spiti Valley budget trip is a dream come true for every backpacker. This part of the world is one of the most surreal places that you’ll ever visit in your life time.  Spiti Valley is home to enchanting monasteries, snow-capped mountains, the pristine Spiti River, clear skies that boast of countless stars and the crescent-shaped […]

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Kudle beach, Gokarna: The Power of God, Love and Yoga

Kudle Beach, one of the five beaches in Gokarna, is an ideal spot for a traveler seeking peace and quietude. Bounded by hills on three sides, the beach is a complete recluse and remains deserted most of the year. You must have heard it many times: “love is the answer.” Most times you would have […]

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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 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’, situated in southern […]

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Dharamshala Food Guide for Travelers: Must Eating Cafes and Eateries

Dharamshala food guide will prove handy for any traveler visiting the Himalayan kingdom 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 […]

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Kozhikode One Day Travel Itinerary: Top Places to Visit

Kozhikode one day travel itinerary will assist you in case you only have 24 hours to visit this south Indian city. It will prove significant if you have less time and would like to plan a quick trip to this region. Kozhikode or Calicut, situated in the Malabar Coast of Kerala is the city where […]

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

Pushkar Camel Fair is an annual meeting of the tribesmen, the cattle breeders and everyone who owns camels, goats or sheep. Its 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 […]

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Indore Food Guide: What are the Best Budget Eateries for a First Time Traveler ?

Indore food guide will help all those travelers immensely who are visiting this part of India for the first time. Indore, also known as the business or commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh, is a synonym for Food there. The moment you enter the city of Indore, it welcomes you with the aroma of food (popularly called […]

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Henry Island Bakkhali: Deserted Beaches, Spectacular Sunsets and Red Crabs

Henry Island Bakkhali or popularly known as Henry’s Island is the place for travelers who love serenity. Quiet white sand beaches, deep blue sea, panoramic views and mangrove forests defines the vibe of this place. Henry Island Bakkhali is situated in the state of West Bengal in eastern India. This island is a part of […]

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Best Eateries to Savour Local Delicacies at Cochin

Cochin food guide is something every traveler needs in this beautiful coastal city of Kerala. When I think about food in Kerala, Cochin comes to my mind instantly. South Indian cuisine is the simplest yet most delicious variety of food you will ever eat. Also, it is more varied than you think. South Indian cuisine […]

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Camp, Trek and Paraglide on your First Trip to Himachal’s Bir Billling

First time trip to Bir Billing is filled with joy, excitement and adrenaline rush especially if you’re new to the mountains. The region is known for its adventurous activities especially paragliding. At the height of 2400 meters, the highest paragliding spot in India has had the honor of hosting a Paragliding World Cup in 2015. […]

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Places to Visit on a 2 Day Trip to Lake City – Udaipur

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. The city […]

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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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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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Tenga Valley: The Lesser Known Beauty of Arunachal at 6500 Feet

Tenga Valley is a heaven for mountain mongers. The serenity of the valley will take your breath way. It is one of the few places in India that will surely give you a break from your monotonous life in city,. The calming cackle of the fresh water streams running by and the alluring view of […]

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

Malana Village is a different world in itself. It is like a sacred book of fabled folklore. It is a sanctimonious land for the people who reside in it. It is the World’s oldest democracy. It lives by the rules set thousands of years ago. Travelers are welcome here but never allowed to be a part of […]

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Malana Cream Hash: A Dangerous Habit for Travelers !!

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 traveler comes sniffing here. However, at the outset, it needs to be pointed out that Malana cream […]

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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 […]