Top 10 Priorities for Women Travellers’ in India

“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” -Andre Gide India is considered as one of the most intact and domicile countries for solo-travelling by women. As of the given impression, the country is also known for its immense population, excessively scorching heat and disturbing noise that […]

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The 5 best caves of Maharashtra

Pitalkhora

There is a secretive lure to ancient caves that eludes the brightness of sunbeams and radiates ancient history. Maharashtra is home to the largest number of caves in India and has an awe-inspiring Sahyadri Range caves of all sizes, shapes and hues.  Ajanta – Aurangabad A cluster of 32 Buddhist caves not far from a […]

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What are the best things to do in Srinagar?

Pari-Mahal

Srinagar is one of several places that have been called the “Venice of the East” or the “Kashmiri Venice”. Lakes around the city include Dal Lake – noted for its houseboats – and Nigeen Lake. Apart from Dal lake and Nigeen lake city is also famous for wular lake and manasbal lake to the north […]

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9 Places In South India they kept a secret!!

Yes, you read that right, South India is filled with adventures, some known and some hidden. After a well formed research, we present a list of 9 unexplored places of South India that could blow you away. Belum Caves, Andhra Pradesh The Belum Caves are the second largest caves in the Indian subcontinent, and the […]

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Smart Packing Tips for Travelers in India

We asked our travelogue contributors to suggest the packing tips. Since many of them are India lovers, they suggested things with a ‘Must Do for those traveling to India’. Keep it light travel light. If you can carry huge luggage without compromising on the fun – do it. Our travel bloggers suggest not to. Many […]

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Did you know you could do so much in Sikkim?

Being the capital of the north-eastern state of Sikkim, Gangtok is a popular Buddhist centre. It’s also a famous hub for people hiking and trekking through Sikkim’s Himalayan ranges. It’s got lush greenery and a rugged terrain. The nearest airport, about 124 kilometres away, is in Bagdogra, West Bengal. The nearest train station, 148 kilometres […]

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10 Best Things to Buy in Kashmir as Souvenir

Kashmir is renowned for the vast variety of handicrafts that is produced here.it also houses some of the great artisans and artists who produce exquisite carpets, gold ornaments, embroidered shawls. Finely chiseled wood work of walnut and oak, silver ware, exquisitely colored and painted papier mache and garments are made of leather and fur. Kashmiri […]

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Adventures Sports in Rajasthan

Adventure sports are means of entertainment and pleasure and are very different and interesting. These adventure sports are the sports of royals in the time of Maharajas. SAFARI – DESERT AND CAMEL Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Bikaner are the perfect places to combine the joys of adventure tours in Rajasthan and camel safaris. Thar Desert and […]

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Know all about the Golden City, Pink City and Blue City of India

Rajasthan is home to a prodigious, bewitching culture & traditions one can’t miss! If you break the state name into two halves; “Raja” refers to kings & “sthan” refers to land – combined as the Land of Kings, rightly stated. There is overflowing history at each inch of this state region which enhances its significance […]

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7 destinations in India you shall not miss!

India is a land of rich, diverse and assorted lifestyle, flora and fauna. It is a South Asian country with extensive and variant terrain, compiling of the alpine peaks of Himalayas and the coastline of the Indian Ocean. India is a land of ancient civilization as well. Here are 7 destinations you must visit on […]

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