Experience Spiti Road Trip Just Like The Movie Highway

“A world within a world” was how Rudyard Kipling once described Spiti Valley, an isolated cold desert situated in the scenic state of Himachal Pradesh. Being one of the remotest regions of India, this Himalayan paradise is completely different in terms picturesque vistas, food, and lifestyle. Have you seen the […]

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Valley Of Flowers A Paradise on Earth

The Himalayas are more than just formidable mountain ranges. The experiences and breathtaking views you get in these mighty mountains are unforgettable. The Indian state of Uttarakhand is truly blessed by nature’s bounty. Surrounded with the mighty Himalayas, lies a heavenly abode of nature known as ‘Valley of Flowers’. Discovered […]

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9 Trips For Dussehra Long Weekend

“No weekend, all weakened.” We see it coming. The much-awaited, deeply desired LONG WEEKEND !! 😃 What about you? Well we have something that can make your weekend from ordinary to extraordinary one 😊 Check out our 9 trips planned for Dussehra Long Weekend (30 September – 2 October) and […]

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Trekking Experience of Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Sahib

  I was thinking to do this trek since long time and I got this opportunity last month during the Independence Day long weekend. As it was a long weekend, I successfully convinced two of my friends to join me on this trek. Just after they nodded yes, I started […]

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Tura an ideal hill-station for the monsoon romance

Surrounded by the magnificence of Nature’s untouched reserves, the town of Tura located on the slopes of West Garo Hills truly appease the unkempt soul. Needless to mention the charisma that Meghalaya emanate during the wet season of the year. The lush green forests drenched in rain along with the cool canopy of […]

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12 Road Trips From Gurugram Under Rs.5000

Often the monotonous routine gets to us! Daily following the same schedule becomes boring. A person living in the corporate hub called Gurgaon (Gurugram) can easily relate to this situation. So don’t wait for a long holiday when you can easily plan a small road trip on weekend. There are […]

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10 Road Trips From Chandigarh Under Rs.5000

Nestled in the picturesque location and clean surroundings, Chandigarh is truly ‘The City Beautiful’. Unlike other chaotic Indian cities, this combined capital of Haryana & Punjab is highly revered for its distinctive urban planning. Situated at the foothills of Shivaliks, the city acts as a great getaway to the serene […]

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12 Road Trips Around Delhi Under Rs.4000

Being the capital city of India, Delhi is a perfect blend of modern and contemporary culture. This metropolis brings together arts, heritage, fashion, entertainment and travel. Living in and around Delhi is helpful especially for those who want to escape the madness of city life. There are various amazing places […]

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Safety measures to be taken while going on a road trip in Monsoon.

When the scorching summer takes up on our nerves, it’s the monsoon which comes as our savior. A heavy downpour is all we need to quench our soul. In fact, not only humans, rain makes even the nature happy. From the fresh air to the greener plants to that quintessential […]

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Things To Pack For Leh Ladakh Road Trip

10 day ‘Journey to Ladakh’ tour explores various naturally furnished regions of Himachal Pradesh and Leh Ladakh. Moore Plains, Gaata Loops ,Thiksey Monastery, Pangong Lake ,Nubra Valley and several more. When on this road road trip its good to pack according to the terrain. Packing List for Leh Ladakh Road […]

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Road Trip to Bir Billing

It is often said that good ideas strike your mind while you’re under the shower or you’re lying on your bed. It was one of those Sunday afternoons when I was on my bed and was thinking how to celebrate the birthday of fellow wraveler Harman. And then I was enlightened […]

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Pushkar : A quaint town in Rajasthan

There is a running joke that “Indians cannot make a queue.” But all I could see in Delhi on 18th December’ 16 were queues outside ATMs long enough to run through entire breadth of certain smaller countries. Okay, there might be a bit of exaggeration in there but still, there was […]

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