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Taking a Solo Trip to Nagaland’s Hornbill Festival – Cultural Extravaganza at its Best

Taking a solo trip to Hornbill Festival held during the first ten days of December each year is an experience in itself. The cultural extravaganza and the traditions on display are something that city folks have no clue about. While traveling to Nagaland, I wondered, “what is the best way to get to know a […]

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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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How and Where to obtain an Inner Line Permit for Leh-Ladakh, Arunachal & Nagaland 2018?

Inner Line Permit or ILP is a travel document issued by the Government of India. It is required by Indian citizens to visit protected/restricted areas within the country. This permit is valid for a limited period of time. The main purpose of an inner line permit is to monitor the activity of tourists and inflow […]

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Permits for Arunachal Pradesh – How to Obtain Them?

Permits for Arunachal Pradesh are a prerequisite if you are planning to visit the state. Arunachal Pradesh literally translates to ‘land of the dawn-lit mountains’ and is also known as the Orchid State of India. The history of Arunachal Pradesh dates back thousands of years. The state finds a mention in a number of Hindu […]

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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 travelers visiting Sikkim. The question is valid since traveling amidst the mountains is usually more exorbitant than plains. My husband and me take a trip each year to re-connect with each other as a couple. I usually pick the location since I’m […]

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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 away.  The calming crackle of the freshwater streams running by and the alluring view of the mountains is exactly what a traveller’s heart needs. It is one of the few places in India that will surely give you a break […]

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Patna Rajgir Bike Diaries on the Road Less Traveled

Riding a bike with friends in one of India’s lesser known states – Bihar is indeed an experience in itself. Riding bikes is not just simply accelerating throttle and pressing brakes. Its more than that. It’s a emotion that lets you connect with the nature. Riding and feeling bumps as we thrust along hills, muddy […]