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River Rafting and Camping in Sikkim: An experience of a lifetime

Travelling is something that transforms your mood and provides the vital break from your tiring life. It’s been the same case with our friends group and we had been in search of exploring newer places and doing new things. However, time was again a constraint to our travel plans, so the requirement was maximum fun […]

varanasi

Varanasi

Popular across the world as the oldest city, the city of Varanasi lies in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The city embarks the historical values of the entire country and houses some of the oldest temples in the world. The other names by which the city has been known in the past includes the name of Banaras, Benaras or Kashi. For the Hindus a dip in the banks of river Ganga and visiting this holy city is among the most desired pilgrimage for centuries. Being here and checking out the sunrise as well as the sunset from the bank of River Ganga while wandering across the century old temples is certainly a great experience. It has been counted among the popular destinations to visit in north India and sees hosts of both national and international tourist visiting this holy city. Read more about Varanasi

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Dalhousie

Like many other marvels in India, Dalhousie is one of the most beautiful hill stations in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Be it the Honeymooners or a group of people travelling together there are loads of things to explore. If you are among those who wish to have an extraordinary trip which lasts throughout your life then this can be one of those travel destinations. Make sure you read and know everything about the place before you actually visit the place.

Primarily, Dalhousie is a small cute hill that has a charm of itself borrowed from its past culture and traditions. This beautiful place is a part of the Dauladhar Range and comprises of 5 different hills. It was Lord Dalhousie who actually developed this beautiful hilltop during the British reign. Nature seems to be at its best with jungles surrounding the area. However, it is something which makes it different from the others as it’s less crowded and gives you the time to relax. Read more about Dalhousie

Viewpoints near Lepchajagat

Lepchajagat

Lepchajagat is one of the small forest villages near Darjeeling. The place is located in an area which has virtually nothing around it. It has got its name from the Lepcha tribes who are the residents of this area. If you wish to spend a couple of nights at the hills, in a secluded place away from the rush and crowd, then this could be a perfect option. In order to stay here the only option is the Guest House provided by the West Bengal Forest Development Corporation. The Mountaineering Institute is at a distance from the small village. One can find loads of trekking trails around Lepchajagat and can try out any of them. However, if you are planning to visit the area and try your trekking skills it is recommended to visit the place during the months of October to March. Read more about Lepchajagat

trekking in coorg

Coorg- Kodagu

Coorg (presently called as Kodagu) is a district of Karnataka. Although the name has changed the place is famous by the name of “Coorg” today as well. The entire region is spread over 4,102 sq. mt. in area and is a part of Western Ghats. Being among the least populated districts in Karnataka this place […]

Daman & Diu

Daman and Diu

Daman Located in the North western part of India, Daman is among the two districts within the union territory of Daman and Diu. The beautiful district of Daman is surrounded by the Arabian Sea on its west and the state of Gujarat from the other 3 sections. The entire region is spread over 72 sq. […]

Matrimandir

Auroville

India presents numerous places which are yet to be explored or are among the least visited spots. However, there are some magnificent places such as Auroville which deserve to be on the travelers list. The place has been termed as an “experimental” township and is based near Pondicherry. It offers a mix of both Indian and French culture. Interestingly this township was built and established by Mirra Alfassa who was a popular French spiritualist. Mirra who was crowned the title of “The Mother” was the student of Sri Aurobindo. This place has a couple of must visit attractions which includes the popular Matrimandir along with the Auroville Beach. Read more about Auroville