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  • Photographer: ©Abhishek Hajela

  • Best places to visit in July

    Cool breeze and drizzles have started to replace extreme summer heat and we are all set to welcome the monsoons. Travel could become your way to enjoy the month of downpour. Here is our list of places ideal to visit…

  • Photographer: ©Abhishek Hajela

  • Festivals of the months: July-August 2018

    The sight of the monsoon clouds slowly gathering over the horizon fills the heart with joy as they hold promise of the much needed respite from the blazing sun, calling for celebration. Let’s take a look at some of the…

  • Photographer: ©Justin Foulkes/Lonely Planet

  • Ten things you learn while travelling solo

    If you travel alone, you may learn just as much about yourself as the destinations you visit. These lessons can then be transferred to all areas of your life. What kind of a traveller you are When you don’t have…

  • Photographer: ©Diana Hayden

  • Mountains make me feel alive, says Diana Hayden

    It was at a friend’s suggestion in 1997 that she had participated in the Femina Miss India contest. Not only did she win the crown, but also went on to bag the bigger, coveted title of Miss World. Having said…

  • Photographer: ©Peru Tourism Board

  • World’s best eco-tourism hotspots

    Visit some amazing landscapes across the world, where the unique geographical features nurture an eco-system that is home to wildlife only found there. A growing awareness of responsible tourism has created these special destinations that have become sanctuaries for our…

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  • Three artisan chocolate makers you should know about

    Who needs store-bought, synthetic-tasting commercial chocolate bars when there are artisan chocolate makers from the country who hand-make chocolates with plenty of love and care? Meet the chocolatiers who offer chocolate bars packed with exotic ingredients, interesting local twists and some who…

  • Photographer: ©Puneetinder Kaur Sidhu

  • Top five reasons to visit Siang Valley

    If exploring the remote unknown floats your boat, look no further than the Siang Valley in Arunachal Pradesh. Any further, you’re in China. The best reasons for visiting the valley are listed here. Also Read: Mountains make me feel alive, says…

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  • Bateshwar- Chambal’s long kept secret

    If the secrets of Chambal at Mitawali and Padavali had you captivated, wait till your eyes feast on the symphony in sandstone – Bateshwar. And, it is not a lone beauty from the past that enchants you but a cluster…

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  • Boating Kerala’s backwaters

    The undisputed highlight of a trip to Kerala is travelling through the 900km network of waterways that fringe the coast and trickle inland. Long before the advent of roads, these waters were the slippery highways of Kerala, and many villagers…

  • Photographer: ©Amrita Das

  • Harsil- a mini Switzerland in Uttarakhand

    Have you felt that some places have a curious ring to their names? They fascinate so much that you are ready to pack and explore. Harsil has been one such place for me. While screening a paper map of Uttarakhand…

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