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      The diverse and vibrant Thailand offers more than the run-of-the-mill attractions to the travelers. From mist-covered, towering mountains to pristine rainforests, there is an incredible landscape for you to explore.

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      Uttarakhand has long been known for its varied yet beautiful landscapes that draws the attention of tourists not just from India, but also worldwide.

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      What to do in Dubai for free? Confused, aren’t you?

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      Nashik or Nasik, attracts tourists and visitors in bulk due to the presence of several holy shrines in and around the city. The Maha Kumbh Mela, held every 12 years, draws millions from far and across the world.

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      Delightful nourishment, photogenic insides for the social media feed and noteworthy long stretches of discussions; defines Bangkok's expanding bistro scene.

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      You will get a taste of richness and diversity if you visit Turkey in July. Once positioned as the centerpiece of the great Ottoman Empire, the modern Turkish Republic is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world.

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      The mesmerizing Mediterranean Coast with lush green valleys, picturesque beaches, and alpine peaks make Lebanon a perfect destination to experience a rejuvenating vacation. If you are craving to chill by the waters and indulge in some thrilling watersports, then there are various beaches in Lebanon for enjoying your holiday to the fullest.

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      The usual, the routine! Everyday story! Waking up in the morning, grabbing a cup of coffee, racing with time to reach the workplace at a given time and then again racing back to our dear bed at night.

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      Dreamed of Singapore as a honeymoon destination? The island city is a true marvel of sights and sounds, both man-made and natural.

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      Phi Phi is a part of the Noppharat Thara National Park and it is about 40 kilometres from Krabi which covers an area around 35 square kilometres. The name Phi Phi is kept after the two biggest islands in the archipelago: Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh.

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      The island country of Mauritius is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations around the world. Known for its beaches, flora and fauna as well as picturesque scenery, Mauritius is a multicultural place

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      What’s better than a relaxing day at a tropical beach in an exotic destination? Perhaps a beach holiday where the azure waters meet the sandy white beaches to create a dreamy effect. And as dreamy as it may sound, it is possible to experience the same as you visit the white sand beaches of the world.

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      Rajasthan boasts of its rich heritage, culture, and scenic splendours. And the same is reflected in sparkling lakes & dessert, vibrant markets, and mesmerising palaces & forts of Rajasthan. Undeniably, equally popular are the numerous colorful and traditional festivals of Rajasthan.

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      “La Vida Es Una Aventura Loca Y Debes Tener Esta Experiencia Al Máximo.” Life is a crazy adventure and you must experience it to the fullest. Be it just grooving under the stars all night long at Tomorrowland or going to the next level by being a part of the Running Of The Bulls 2020 festival in Pamplona, you gotta do it all. Read more

      Kayaking is the use of a small and slim water boat known as a kayak to move across bodies of water. While Kayaking, the paddler uses a double-bladed paddle in rotation to move forward. The paddler has to take the position facing forward with his legs in front of him.

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      Books and movies teleport you to a dreamy fantasy land. We bet there have been times when you wished to escape to landscapes from your favorite films or books - from Hogwarts and Hogsmeade to the Shire; and from Pandora to Arkham. If you’ve dreamt of them to exist for real, we’ve got good new for you! Read more

      Vancouver and beaches? They don’t really go together but if you are in Vancouver and ask ‘Which way leads to the beach?’ you might find out that every, literally every other turn leads to it and you will be shocked to know that Vancouver is in the list of the top ten beach cities in the world.

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      Kalimpong is a sleepy but surreal Buddhist town which is located 50 minutes east of Darjeeling. Known for its panoramic views, Buddhist monasteries, Tibetan handicrafts, Kalimpong is a delight to visit. Apparently the area was ruled by Bhutanese kings and was a forward post of the Bhutanese Army till the 19th century. No wonder the Buddhist influence is so strong here.

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      Kurnool, an ancient city that has existed for over 2,000 years has derived its name from the word ‘Kandanavolu’ which means the ‘Town of Grease’. Read more

      When you are young, you should spend all your weekends exploring what the world has to offer. A tiring week can be easily changed to an enthralling one by spending the weekend in the right away. For all wanderlust souls, traveling to new destinations can change the boring weekend feels. Read more

      Egypt is known as the land of old charm and mystery, and if you are planning a trip to Egypt this year, there are many places which you can visit to make your trip memorable. Read more

      Kumbakonam is an exhilarating town nestled in the Thanjavur district. Famed as the City of Temples, Kumbakonam is an abode of enchanting temples. During the British Raj, Kumbakonam was called the Cambridge of South India as this city was the main center of Hindu culture and European education. Read more

      Gujarat is known for its historically rich and exquisite states and a myriad of tourist attractions. People from all over the world, travel to this city and experience the splendor of the many tourist spots like Sun Holy Place, Akshardham Temple, Lothal, Kachchh Desert, Khavda and Somnath Temple. Due to this impressive heritage and culture, shopping in Gujarat is a great way to experience the city of fashion and colors. Read more

      Goa is a destination known for its magnificent beaches, lush vegetation and multi-colored flea markets. This place is the center of attraction for domestic as well as international tourists.

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      Filled with flowers in spring and snow in winter, a honeymoon in Kashmir can provide much to be excited about for couples.

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      Himachal Pradesh transforms into a winter wonderland come December, January and attracts tourists from all over the country who come to experience the snowy retreats that are absolutely blissful. Himachal has everything that nature enthusiasts are going to fall in love with from snow-capped peaks to the enchanting waterfalls and streams, the diverse topography of Himachal is enough to entice you to spend a vacation up amidst the majestic Himalayas. Read more

      Gujarat is home to various kinds of places and experiences. May it be awe-inspiring tourist attractions, heart-touching activities, soul-soothing festivals or picturesque nature reserves, Gujarat has it all. If you are a nature lover and want to get closer to nature, then there are many wildlife sanctuaries in Gujarat for you.

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      Reflecting the vibrant culture of Rajasthan through sparkling activities and events, the 100 years old Pushkar Mela is definitely one of the most famous and largest camel fairs in the world. From letting you witness the beauty of the golden sand Read more

      Some people travel to enjoy, and some travel to explore. If without any second thoughts, you feel you’re the one who falls under the latter, then it’s time you put Morocco on your bucket list!

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      The cool, pleasant weather year round, the mind blowing views of hills, the sunset and sunrise, the landscapes dotted with evergreen forests, and the never ending supply of juicy strawberries - Mahabaleshwar is a sweet package of all this and more...

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      The capital city of India, Delhi holds a special significance in the pages of history. The city has undergone severe evolution in past centuries, and it still has the same importance. The beauty of the city resides mainly in it monuments that were constructed by different rulers from time to time. And it also depends on the time you are visiting those places. Visiting Delhi in March is a great idea. During this time, the weather is just perfect to unfold your arms and embrace its beauty.

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      Malataic architecture, magnificent temples, vast gardens, shops, and famous educational establishments define the essence of the city of Indore. Located in Central India, Indore is a growing city known for its palaces, animal parks, and waterfalls, and much more. There are many amazing places one can visit in and around Indore that will keep you entertained and justify all your travel dreams. One really interesting thing that you can do during your trip to this city and the places around it is...going for a picnic!

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      Lying in the northern part of India, Uttarakhand is a place also known by the name of “Land of the Gods”. While Uttarakhand is famous for its natural beauty and the ecosystem it encompasses, water sports in Uttarakhand is one such activity for which people come from across the world. Read more

      Situated between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats, the harbor city of Mangalore is known for its striking beaches, coconut palms, and temple architecture. It is also a significant industrial, commercial, educational and healthcare hub of the state of Karnataka.

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      The sand dunes, the camel rides, the ladies with pots on their heads and hands adorned with bangles; the forts and the palaces, everything royal. What place are we talking about, any guesses? Well, the hot and the arid weather does not change the beauty of the place, even an ounce because of the locals and their rich culture and heritage.

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      Dotted with hundreds of ancient temples, tall pines, and the green deodars, Mandi is a little town in Himachal Pradesh that every traveler who's looking for an offbeat travel experience must visit. Read more