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Traffic, building, traffic, dog, traffic, cow, traffic, traffic. That about sums up moving in a car within the city. Plan your escape and go on a road trip today. They’re short, easy and fun. When it comes to road trips, there’s not much convincing needed. Only inspiration. And that’s where we come in. As beautiful...
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Mountain passes have always played an important role in trade, travel, migration and war in the Himalayan region. Today, they connect various regions that are divided by mountain ranges. And getting to them requires driving or trekking on some of the most hazardous terrain. Take a look. 1. Chansal Pass The Chansal Pass connects Dodra...
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Trekking is a great way to merge travel with exploration along with the appreciation for nature. However, it might come across as a daunting affair to those who have never done it before. You might imagine it as a group of people with rucksacks walking through valleys, forests and meadows trying to get from point...
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Wanted to go on a road trip in India, but were left wondering how as petrol prices are normally crazy and roads just too bad? Hire a cycle! That way, you help the environment, get loads of exercise and also manage to be part of a thrilling adventure! 1. Leh and Ladakh Primarily considered the...
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On the southwestern coast of India is a stunning state that is rich in white sandy beaches, festivals of all kinds, and tonnes of foot traffic. Goa is an ideal destination for anyone traveling across the Atlantic, looking for a taste of beauty and fun. Goa has been ranked as the best placed, due to...
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Don’t keep your travel plans on hold because the monsoons are here. Here are 20 places that have a lot more to offer during the rains. 1. Ooty, Tamil Nadu The ‘queen of hill stations’ will charm you with her stunning scenery during the monsoons. June, being the very busy season here, you’ll have to...
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Jaipur is the capital of the Rajasthan (land of kings) state in India, and the name truly fits, as Jaipur is full to the brim of palaces and forts, each beautiful in its own unique way. The city’s founder in 1727, Jai Singh II, was a Hindu man, but he was loyal to his Mughal...
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India has 515 wildlife sanctuaries. Out of these, 41 are tiger reserves. And then there are others with plenty of birds and lesser known species. Excited enough? Because we’re bringing you 10 national parks you need to visit right away! 1. Desert National Park This is situated in the state of Rajasthan, close to Jaisalmer....
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1. Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh A pilgrimage site for Hindus, Amarkantak is the source of the Narmada and Sone rivers. Picturesque ponds, hills, forests and waterfalls make the village a very sought after destination for tourists. The story of the ashes of Shiva’s destruction fell on the village that magically transformed into thousands of shivalingas. One...
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Visiting Delhi? Just here for a day enroute the Himalayas? Or got an extra day in the Capital after you finished an important business meeting. Well, we’re telling you how to make the most of it with 10 must do things to do in Delhi. And the best part is you can pack in all...
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