Moksh Cafe Rishikesh : A home away from home

Rishikesh is a city that has over the years gone on to take the image strongly for the adventure sports it offers or meditation by the ganges or for the Beatles ashram. However, if looked beyond its luxuries and tripping time; in a quiet corner with a majestic view and […]

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Face off – The wild ways of Jim Corbett National Park

A single “caoo” penetrated the morning mists, announcing the arrival of a new dawn. A new dawn it was, for new life stirred with every sound, indeed it was a new hope for the numerous denizens that called these pristine forests their home. The ground trembled with a distinct rhythm […]

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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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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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10 Places you should visit while still in College

College years are the best years of anyone’s life. The phase when you are about to become an adult yet have the innocence and charm of a teenager. When you get the taste of the new found freedom which seemed a distant dream during school. This is the time when […]

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7 Places to relish Bonfire with Chai Pakoras this winter

With winters already having arrived and Christmas bells still ringing all the way, getting out of your comfort zone and chilling out at some of the coolest yet beautiful places in India is something that you must try. What better way to celebrate this winter than visiting a chilly place with […]

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5 places near Delhi to satisfy your Snow-Lust

SHIMLA Shimla also known as ‘The Summer Capital of British India’ is the capital and largest city of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It is a district which is bounded by Mandi and Kullu in the north, Kinnaur in the east, the state of Uttarakhand in the south-east.It is unarguably one of the most popular hill stations, buzzing with […]

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Importance of Eco Tourism in India

In the past few years, the travel and tourism industry has been on an exponential rise in India and abroad, primarily because of the vast knowledge sharing happening via social media like Facebook, twitter. A lot of other factors like better transport connectivity, a rise in luxury budget hotels have […]

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Naukuchiatal : An alternative for ecstasy in serenity

A weekend get-away to Nainital is a priceless stress buster any time round the year; but this travel destination being an awesome and super renowned place to escape usually has a tourist influx always, hence do not really offer the quaint calmness that is much needed by the people looking […]

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Punjab to Uttarakhand: A Road Trip

If travelling is something you love and the traveler within you is eager to take on new journeys to distant places where you can carve your very own travel stories then Punjab Uttarakhand road trip is one exciting journey you cannot afford to miss. Journeys are beautiful and if it […]

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Why do we Travel

Some people travel to discover places, some to discover themselves. Reasons to travel could be rainbow ranging, but something that binds all traveler is the need to escape, escape from their mundane surroundings to take a revel in the joy of traveling, every trip engulfed in a promise of redeeming […]

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Festivals of Uttrakhand

Since the people of Uttarakhand belong to diverse ethnic, cultural and religious background, the festivals celebrated here are also distinct and have a blend of all the beautiful cultures. People here belong to the hills and mountains and are lovingly referred as “pahaari”. This is one of the major reasons […]

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