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      Situated at an elevation of 956 meters above sea level, Sakleshpur surrounds travelers with the beauty of lush green hills. This hill station in Karnataka brings you closer to the natural charm of the Western Ghats and the authenticity of Malnad culture. Read more

      Markha Valley is bestowed with the diverse beauty of rocky mountains, snowcapped peaks, and serene hamlets. Thus, making Markha Valley Trek a rollercoaster ride in different terrains. Circling some parts of Hemis National Park, this trek has a difficulty level of moderate to difficult depending on your fitness level. Read more

      Trodden by many, remembered by all, Little Andaman Island casts a magical spell on you the moment you set foot ashore. Situated on the Southern Andaman district, this island is a safe haven for nature lovers from around the globe.

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      Cover image Credit: Pixabay Unlock the world of fun-filled road trips as far as you are in-check with all the safety measures of the new normal. Road travel during COVID'19 times comes with its own set of safety checklists. It sure is the safest mode of travel at this time. Read more

      Image Credit: Vishal Chand Rajwar for Wikimedia Best known as the Land of the Gods or Devbhomi, Uttarakhand has always had the charm to attract travelers with its religious folklore. This Himalayan state is home to some spellbinding locations with numerous temples. These temples lure devotees by thousands every year. However, when it comes to a special occasion, the number can rise up to lakhs. Therefore, the news of Uttarakhand to develop the Ramayana circuit is a potent attempt to boost religious tourism amidst the talk of Ram Mandir Bhoomi puja in Ayodhya. Read more

      Image Credit: Pixabay Nepal is home to some of the world’s highest peaks and fiercest expeditions. However, in the break of the COVID’19 pandemic, the government of Nepal announced on 14th March 2020 to halt all expeditions to Mount Everest and other Himalayan peaks. Thus, closing the bars of the small window available for climbing Mount Everest in spring. For a country that is a homeplace for such expeditions, this sudden shutdown created an expensive void in the economy. Therefore, the announcement of Mount Everest to reopen for climbers after 4 months of COVID’19 outbreak is an attempt to revamp tourism and avoid an economic fallout. Read more

      Cover Image Credits: Pixabay Italy went through a lot of changes in the past six months that changed the face of Venice in many ways. Some of these changes made the otherwise busy canals of Venice restore its beauty. Apart from that, a new change has been introduced by the Venetian authorities. Read more

      It is almost six months into the timeline of COVID’19, a global pandemic that shook the world and gave many economies an expensive halt. The ease of transmission of this newly discovered coronavirus let no part of the world escape its outbreak. Read more

      Situated atop the Nallamala Hills, Srisailam is a town perfectly curated with equal portions of natural and man-made marvels. A residing place of the divine energy of Shiva and Shakti and a holy pilgrimage site for its devotees. Read more

      Visiting a majestic and lush location like Jim Corbett could only mean adventure for our group. We were a group of three looking to have an extravagant experience in the lap of the famous Jim Corbett National Park. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Pixabay For those whose heart is always where the road is, the comfort of home can become a rare sight. While on the move, you can’t always cling to your bed wherever you go, but you sure can bring home to you. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Pixabay Detangle, destress, and detox reconnecting to your inner consciousness aligning with the five elements through yoga retreats in Sri Lanka. Yoga is not a practice of twists and turns or a series of putting yourself into uncomfortable positions but majorly a medium to unite the body and mind and bring them in sync with the breath. Read more

      Walk the pathways of Davao City to celebrate the zest of love in the Philippines. Let the world unwind and love take over visiting these romantic places in Davao City. Surround yourself with an unrushed vibe and allow the world to halt for you and your loved one in moments you cherish.

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      Coffee with a croissant and an overwhelming aroma of dark coffee beans hugging you with a homely warmth is a not just an experience, it is a feeling that stays with you for long. Moreover, cafes in Makati will offer you a similar unrushed experience by serving more than just food and beverages. Read more

      Ecentric skyscrapers, vibrant street art, and greener than ever gardens set everything in frame for a picture-perfect location the roads of which any shutterbug would love to walk. Therefore, these vistas in Singapore reside in the hearts of many photographers. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Pixabay Aromatically pleasing and spices infused sum up the flavor of Singaporean cuisine that one can relish in Serangoon restaurants. Mostly paired with rice and noodles, Singaporean cuisine revolves around meatballs, seafood, and desserts. Read more

      Submerge, surrender, and see forth what it is like to breathe underwater amidst the school of vibrant fish atop the ocean bed. Some experiences are hard to recreate especially when the experience is an underwater sea walk in Mauritius. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Pixabay In the hustle of everything modern and revolutionized by western culture, a tinge of traditional science can work wonders in resolving physical and mental tension. Alike many southeast Asian countries, ayurveda is not a new concept in Sri Lanka, rather it is deeply rooted in its culture and way of living. Read more

      Cover Image Credit: Pixabay There are some places that are so serene that you will find them far away from the cliches of mainstream tourism but often close to your homeland. Villages are often a perfect place to halt and reflect. Moreover, everything about Bhutan villages is remote, rejuvenating, and refreshing. Read more

      Wandoor weaves a web that leads to nests of many awe-gasping places across South Andaman. Moreover, a visit to Wandoor Island is in itself no less than therapy. It will soothe you with the splash of turquoise waves and will offer you glimpses of the remains of tsunami swept trees. Read more

      If the mere mention of cheese melts your heart and butter is your only need then hop on a bus to Patiala and start relishing the best of Punjabi cuisine. From endless food joints to butter-loaded cuisine, this city in Punjab is any foodie’s dream come true. Read more

      Quezon City, the former capital of the Philippines still rules the hearts of many. Although, outstretched as one of the largest Filipino cities and also the most populated, the vistas of Quezon remain vastly unexplored. Read more