Republic Day Weekend Trips

Republic Day honors the date on which the Constitution of India came into effect on 26 January 1950. India obtained its independence on 15 August 1947 but it did not yet have a permanent constitution, it was governed by laws of Government of India Act. Above is the reason why Republic day is celebrated […]

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7 Best Trekking Trails In Uttarakhand

Proudly known as ‘Devbhoomi’ means ‘the land of Gods’, Uttarakhand is blessed with diverse topography and adventure avenues. Situated amidst majestic Himalayas, this North Indian state is popular among nature lovers and thrill seekers. There are innumerable trekking routes in Uttarakhand that are just perfect for a beginner. The rugged […]

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A Trek to Hampta Pass

There are several beautiful and amazing treks in Himachal Pradesh such as Pin Parvati Pass, Hampta Pass, Beas Kund, Bhrigu Lake, Bara Banghal, etc. Out of all, Hampta Pass is the most popular trek due to its moderate difficulty, less duration, and amazing views. As it was a 5 days […]

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Unknown Trails of Dhauladhar Mountains

Sometimes the decisions you make leads to the weirdest and memorable moments. So I had made the plans to go on trekking to Dalhousie but never knew there will be such twist and turns in this journey. It starts with me getting grumpy not feeling like going anywhere but ended […]

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A Monsoon Trek to Parashar Lake

I have been on several treks, be it 1 day, 2 days, 6 days or 8 days and I had a great experience on each and every trek in terms of views as well as terrain. If I talk about views, then some treks offer views of the lake, forest, […]

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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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Things to pack for Treks

How many times has this happened.  All planned up for the next trip and once we reach the destination and start unpacking we find a list of items missing. Normal trips things can be managed, but on treks sometimes the situation gets bad. Just helping out fellow wravelers with the […]

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Weekend snow trek to Nagtibba

Each trek has its own features and attractions and if it is a snow trek then its beauty can amuse trekkers coz of white blanket of snow. Snowfall while trekking is like icing on cake. In India, there are very less treks that remain accessible throughout the year. Almost all […]

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New Year Getaway to Jibhi

Jibhi is a small little quaint hamlet located in Tirthan Valley in the Great Himalayan National Park close to Banjar. The main attraction near Jibhi is Jalori Pass and the Chaini Kothi. JustWravel planned a New Year getaway to Jibhi from 28th Dec – 1st Jan 2017 which included Wravelers […]

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This Valentine’s, travel and explore new dimensions of your relationship

With Valentine’s day around the corner, everyone out there might be having great plans of celebrating the day of love with their respective partners. Singles might be getting ready to mingle or some of them would be happy being single and sorted in life. So, whatever our perception about love […]

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Travel resolutions for 2017 and how to stick to them

A new year calls on for new plans, new hopes and new resolutions. A travel enthusiast would always find a way to incorporate all the three aspects in exploring new destination, with a zeal to savour a whole new thrillophilia. What is most important is to never let your spirit […]

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Trekking Destinations for 1st half of 2017

2016 was a life changing year for me. I quit my job and changed the stream all together, started this blog, traveled to and explored around 10 new places and moreover I did my first trek in May 2016 and that has changed me completely. Having started my trekking journey […]

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