Bir/Billing – Exploration like a Backpacker

If you know this movie "The Intouchables", a 2011 French buddy comedy-drama film directed by Olivier Nakache & Éric Toledano. It was quite a scene like this at Bir. A wonderful sighting of the paragliders from ground wanting you to take this flight. After ticking off Bungee Jumping at Rishikesh from my bucket list in last November, 2016, I always wanted to... Continue Reading →

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Kochi (Cochin) in 48 hours exploration

Kochi (Cochin) is known as Queen of Arabian Sea. Kochi was an important spice trading centre on the west coast of India from the 14th century onward, and maintained a trade network with Arab merchants from the pre-Islamic era. Portuguese occupied in 1503 and it is the first European colonies in colonial India post which... Continue Reading →

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Mcleodganj – Cafes & places you can explore!

A little suburb of Dharamshala known as “ Little Lhasa”. Mcleodganj is full of Tibetan culture with Dalai Lama Temple to Bhagsu Nag Temple. Place has lots of cafes to explore to enjoy your good time here.

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Dalhousie – Weekend getaway from Delhi!

A destination for relaxation on the mountains. Explore some of the British architecture, cool wind and snow laden mountains over a weekend.

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Tour de Sula Vineyard

Sula Vineyard is a place to explore for wine lovers. It is only 180 Kms from Mumbai and a weekend gateway on NH 160. Brut Tropicale, sparkling wine at the property is a wine to taste.

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Goa – Weekend escape from Mumbai!

Goa, is known for its beaches, night life and a lots more. Here's things to do at different places in Goa, beaches in Goa and the best time to visit Goa. ... With its picturesque beaches, azure waters, spectacular landscapes and happening

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Spiti Valley – The road untraveled!

Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh is a lesser known sister of Ladakh but surreal one and completely in its raw form. Along the valley lies huge, barren mountains highlighted by a single snow capped peak and wide open fields all the way with the river lining the side.

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Witness the life of tiny Turtle at Velas

The Unplanned Trip: On Friday morning, as I started checking the emails, I found a mail from one of the traveler group mentioning about the weekend gateway from Mumbai to an offbeat place. As it was a weekend and I had not made any plans, I thought of giving it a try and exploring the... Continue Reading →

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