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      Located on the banks of the River Tungabhadra, Hampi is a small yet enchanting temple town bounded by the intriguing historical ruins of Vijayanagara city in the state of Karnataka. With a host of tourist places to see in Hampi, Read more

      Want to take up a dreamy ride through prehistoric caves that resemble a fairytale world? Visit Waitomo Glowworm Caves in New Zealand; nature’s wonder that looks nothing less than a picture postcard place dim lit Read more

      Well, it’s time to revisit Geography books as scientists have discovered a new continent, Zealandia under the Pacific Ocean. Sounds too good to be true? Read more

      How does the idea of hurtling towards the mountains, lakes, and alpines from a crazy height of 19000 feet sound to you? Crazy, right? But it's fun to be crazy sometimes. And that is exactly why you must try skydiving in New Zealand - the country better known as the ‘adventure capital of the world’. Read more

      Who hasn’t heard of the poetic charm of Kashmir and its Dal Lake! As soon as you put your foot down on the magnificent land of sparkling rivers, deep green lakes, and sleepy towns, you can feel the magic in the air. This magic remains in the air, in the waters, and in each season of this sleepy hamlet. Read more

      Jodhpur, the only blue city in the world that takes away all the blues of a traveler has all the reasons to rejoice and celebrate. The second largest city of Rajasthan has been named 10th most popular tourist destination in the world and 3rd most popular in Asia by TripAdvisor’s Global Travelers Choice Awards for 2017! Read more

      India, with its diverse topography and numerous hill ranges spread across the vast subcontinent, offers a myriad of hiking trails. The best trekking places in India range from icy deserts to tropical rain forests and from soaring Himalayan peaks to rolling meadows. Read more

      There are a few weekend getaways from Delhi that are still not in the radar of many tourists, and thus are not chaotic. 38 km away from Mussoorie, Kanatal is one of such destinations. It is a quiet and lovely village tucked in the Himalayas, surrounded by nothing but forests. It is perfect for a weekend of camping Read more

      Perhaps in distant future, one of our descendants will gaze upon the ruins of Taj Mahal or Statue Of Liberty and wonder about the settlements around. It won’t be a surprise if, then, a lot of present day cities would already be submerged. After all, the history mentions many ancient lost cities of the world that were drowned, abandoned, or merely lost in the wilderness. Read more

      Advantages of holiday packages vs advantages of a DIY trip - everyone does the math when it comes to booking holiday packages. There's this constant tug between online tour packages and doing it all by yourself. The former saves you time but the latter gives you complete freedom to plan each and every detail of the trip. Also, booking tour packages allows you to travel with a free mind, without the hassle of arrangements. Read more

      India, as the history tells us, has seen numerous prehistoric settlements & societies on the banks of the many rivers that feed the vast lands of the subcontinent. And while there some spectacular caves in India dating back to as early as 6000 BC, historians & archaelogists have been able to find ancient lost cities only as old as 3700 BC. Some of these ancient cities in India gave to the world the earliest planned settlements and the religions of Hinduism, Jainism, & Buddhism. Read more

      India- the land of glorious spectacles and rich diversities has been a globetrotter’s delight from time unknown. There are wonders that have been glorified by travelers and then there are lesser heard wonders of India that still lie veiled Read more

      If you don’t believe heaven exists on Earth, you must explore the surreal and enthralling Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh. I am sure your belief will change. Aptly tagged as ‘Little Tibet’ – this rugged and sprawling cold desert is rough, barren yet totally stunning. Surrounded by deep ravines and gorges, the picture postcard beauty of Spiti and its top attractions will make your jaw drop in amusement. Read more

      Mahakaleshwar Temple Ujjain is one of the most popular Hindu temples. It is located by the Rudra Sagar Lake in the Ujjain district of Madhya Pradesh. The important pilgrim centre of Hindu religion is counted among the most important 18 Maha Shakti Peethas. Read more

      Paris is one of the most fascinating cities of France that is known for some mesmerising monuments, incredible museums, palaces, churches, and architecture that will surely make your jaw drop. But are you still confused about what to do in Paris? Read more

      Speak of a budget traveler and you are immediately reminded of vicenarians brimming with aspirations, aiming to conquer places unknown. These young, and driven people fancy lengthy bucket lists but an inversely proportional bank balance fails them every time they plan a trip. However, planning a budget trip in India is much easier that planning an international one.  Read more

      When the currency denominations of INR 500 & INR 1000 ceased to be legal tenders on 9th November 2016, people started debating on the ideation & implementation of demonetization. The surprise move taken by the Ministry of Finance, RBI, and Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi is an attempt fight the problem of black money, counterfeit currency, and corruption. However, Indians planning an international trip started facing difficulty in exchanging the Indian currency against that of foreign nations. Read more

      When mankind started building bridges, nobody could imagine the heights they would reach. But men made impossible possible and built bridges in the most unimaginable places. Some of them being so dangerous that the mere thought of walking these scariest bridges around the world would send chills down your spine. Read more