10 Lesser Known Vacation Spots in South India

If you’re tired of the classic Himachal-Goa-Rajasthan circuit that are classic holiday favourites, it’s time to venture to the South. South India has many unknown charms and cultural riches which are a boon to anyone looking for new experiences. The Temple Town […]

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Leh – A Heaven Amidst the Himalayas

Snowcapped mountains, streams breaking across mountain vistas, and a barren yet stunning environment – Leh is heaven for lovers of solitude, nature, photography and adventure. For travel buffs who want an experience like none other, Leh is a once in a lifetime destination. […]

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Top 6 Jungle Resorts of India

Luxury. Adventure. The great outdoors. The thrill and fear of spotting tigers, lions and other dangerous, endangered and majestic creatures you’ve only gazed upon in HD videos. Clean crisp air. All this and more is what compels nature lovers to make their […]

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Traveller’s Rajasthan Guide: 9 must see things

From being the cultural center of miniature painting to the home to some of India’s rarest ecology; from monuments based in legend and history to modern adventure, Rajasthan has it all. India’s biggest state is also its most complex, with a history […]

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Religious Tourism in Western India

India’s religious diversity is best experienced through religious tourism, which takes you through what may seem like countless temples, churches, tombs, and mosques. Even an encyclopedia may not be able to sum up this sheer variety of religious diversity, here […]

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Rajasthan Travel beyond the guidebook: 5 great Places for the wanderer

Rajasthan Travel

While travel journals provide “successful” travel ideas for Rajathan, well mapped terrains known for their colour, vitality and heritage, there is another Rajasthan, full of destinations off the radar. For those looking to walk off the beaten trail, or experience […]

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Explore the bounty of nature in Darjeeling

Darjeeling, once just a village cluster under the dominion of Nepal and Sikkim bloomed as a 19th British hill station destination. The colonial legacy, inherited from its status as the summer capital of British India, and its own authentic blend […]

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