Top Honeymoon Destinations for 2016

The rush, the desire, the chaos…and your heart, Waits, for that one moment…the desires meet, And the heart whispered- Honey! Let’s go to our Honeymoon! Take a step forward; know each other better than you ever did for the life waits ahead with all its surprises and before stepping into the realm of the married… Read more »

In Love with Kashmir – the second time

Is was two summers back that I had the chance of visiting Kashmir and from then on, no other destination could replace the grandeur of Kashmir in my heart and soul, such is the beauty of this Paradise on Earth. The summers hit yet again and I desperately wanted to flee from the heat of… Read more »

The College Trip to Dharamshala

In the summer of 2013, our college planned a trip for us to the hill town of Dharamshala in Himachal Pradesh. The known history of this ancient hill station tracks the traces of Buddhism since the 8th century. Dharamshala or literally, the inn attached to a temple, has Kangra as its district headquarters. We set… Read more »

The Trail of Adventure

Life would be incomplete without friends and fun and when you add on adventure to the equation, the whole phenomenon changes. If you and your buddies are looking for a short escape from the monotony of the daily life, make it the reason to excuse yourself from the mundane routine and head to some of… Read more »

Best Road Trips

India with its vast road network gives you various destinations to choose from for a road trip. You have the mountains where you ride through clouds, coastal getaways with the sea for company, and retreats into forests where nature silences the sound of your engine. Best Road trips in India were once exclusively for those… Read more »

Off Beat Things to do in Himachal Pradesh

­­Are you tired of being visiting the same old commercialized, tourist flocked, complete hustle-bustle like Shimla, Manali, Dalhousie, Dharamshala etc? Do you feel like going to some quite, secluded and peaceful place where you can spend quality time with your family, friends and nature? Do you believe in off the beaten track travel and love… Read more »

How to Make Your Travel Pocket Friendly

Be prepared and research before you go Publications such as Lonely Planet and Rough Guide are excellent resources. You can pick these up at charity shops or libraries, but if you haven’t got the latest version make sure you double check online. You don’t want to turn up at a hostel to find it’s been… Read more »

Its Family Time

Here are some places you can take your family to on a much- needed vacation. Lose yourself into the magnificence of Kerala’s back waters, marvel at the shape- changing sand dunes in Rajasthan while uncovering some international holiday destinations like Singapore, Hongkong, Melbourne, South Africa and Dubai. And back home, the cozy hills of Darjeeling… Read more »

Kashmir Calling

Want to escape the summer heat of the plains? Or do you simply wish to experience a new culture? Kashmir is the answer to all your desires. Get packed and head to the valley of dreams to spend some time in the quietude of the hills.   Beat the heat! The mountainous marvel that is… Read more »

Fly high and dont let Age be a Barrier

For any traveller, it is essential to be healthy to enjoy the trip to the core. Though people from all age- groups prior to embarking on a vacation should ensure precautions for the health, it is more important for our older travelling souls. Here are some pointers the older generation should look into before setting… Read more »

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    Things Singapore Taught Me about Travel

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    Do you remember the time when your parents take down the Christmas decorations and keep everything in one corner and that corner looks supernaturally magnificent because all the glitter, stars, trees, streamers and lights are curled up together? And to make it more fun, you connect the tied bundles of lights to the switch and… Read more »

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    Top 10 Attractions for Kids

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    You have to write the book that wants to be written. And if the book will be too difficult for grown-ups, then you write it for children. – Madeleine L’Engle Children with their broad horizon and a welcoming and open mind for everything give a large scope to all the industries to experiment with their… Read more »

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    South Korean Mud can make you look beautiful!!!

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    This blog goes out to all those women who have dug holes in their pockets by buying the most expensive cosmetic to look beautiful but have failed miserably to get any result… ..So come and join the Boryeong Mud Festival situated around 200 km south of Seoul, South Korea and it was first staged in… Read more »

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    Tourism in Brazil

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    Before going to any vacation, it is necessary to have a reason to go there to seize everything the country has to offer. For example, people visit India for its rich culture and heritage. Brazil is a land of festivals, nature, crazy parties and incredible culture. It is so much more than the land of… Read more »

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    Goa-aaah!

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    What is the first picture that comes to your mind when somebody talks about Goa? Beach & beer or beach party or beach walk but nobody goes beyond the beaches to explore the real authenticity of the city. The stereotypical view restricts the visitors from seeing the real Goa. What they see is only a… Read more »

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    Two Faces of Kashi

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    When you utter the word ‘Banaras’, it feels as if all the spirituality of the city concentrated in the form of a pious nectar ran down your throat giving a fire and ice sensation which leaves you stunned. In Varanasi, everything from the light breeze on Ganga Ghats to the stone carvings in Vishwanath Temple… Read more »

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    Unmasking the Venice Carnival of Italy

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    The Carnival of the colours, the colours of the Carnival !!!! The most intriguing thing which never fails to catch the attention of the visitors participating in Venice carnival is its highly decorative, attractive, unique and innovative masks. It seems to have a untold story of its own which will leave you curious enough to… Read more »

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    Bhangarh

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    A signboard posted by ASI (Archaeological Survey of India) can be roughly translated as “Entering the borders of Bhangarh before sunrise and after sunset is strictly prohibited”. The haunted drive of Bhangarh begins from Sariska known for Tiger Reserves which is around 50 km from the place. The air around the scary town of Bhangarh… Read more »

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    Let’s Paint it Red The Tomatino Festival

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    In 1945, Mahatma Gandhi used non-violence as a methodology to drive away the Britishers from the country so that he could declare the country Independent, In the same year young adults of spain picked up tomatoes from a vegetable seller and used it as a weapon to be a part of the event of a… Read more »

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    Most Weird Place to Get Married

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    Almost all of us have heard the age old Indian adage – Marriages are made in heaven but Trang province of Thailand seems to be an exception to the rule by making it happen underwater. On 14th February i.e Valentines Day, every year since 1996, the Underwater Wedding Ceremony has been arranged in Trang Province,… Read more »