Since time immortal, India has attracted travelers and explorers from all walks of life. India is a mosaic of tradition, culture, history, heritage and many legends and that makes it must visit place. In collaboration with top travel bloggers, we have listed down top 45 unique reasons and things to do in India. So, read it before you plan your India Trip.
Driving the complete Spiti Circuit in Himachal is the epic achievement of my life and one stretch from Kaza to Komic is, so truly, the crowning glory of this epic road trip. It starts from the Administrative head quarter Kaza and ends at the highest village of Asia Komic which is home to The Highest Monastery of the world i.e. Tangyud Monastery.
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The sole purpose of a traveler is to stumble upon something which is hidden or less known and the passion to explore defines a true traveler. Chhattisgarh, in Central India, is the abode for such passionate travelers who only long for surprises all the way. As they say, Chhattisgarh is full of surprises where one … Continue reading Go Chhattisgarh: 5 Surprises From My 5 Days Roadtrip to Chhattisgarh
Recently we did a self-drive road tripping to Naggar in Kullu District near Manali in Himachal Pradesh. As soon as annual snow fall arrived in North, it brought with it an itch to take up one last road trip of 2014 towards snow capped mountain range of Himalaya. The year 2014 had already been a … Continue reading Quick View: Self Drive Road Trip to Naggar in Kullu Valley near Manali
It has always been an intriguing fact that I live in Delhi which is only 500KM from world’s 9th largest desert i.e. Thar Desert. So, finally, I decided to quench my thirst to go deep through the desert and sleep under stars, see the rising sun from top of Sand dunes. Although I wanted to … Continue reading Desert Safari & Camel Ride in Thar Desert near Bikaner, Rajasthan
A photojourney of our road trip from Delhi to Chhitkul in Kunnaur Valley of Himachal. Chhitkul is the last inhabited village on Indo-Tibet Border and for me it is one of the most scenic village where I would never like to comeback.