Andamans – True Paradise on Earth

Scuba Diving & Snorkeling
July 5, 2016

Looking for a break from the boring busy life? Need a place to escape? Want a place to hide away? Andaman is the answer to your question, this is a fantastic place in Asia; India is where you need to head, pack your bags and leave for this holiday destination. The clean water, fresh air, and the pleasant weather is all you need to forget your daily boring life. Here…


5 Backpacking Clubs You Need to Join

July 3, 2016

Are you an adventurous person, who craves for an outing and want to meet like-minded people every now and then? Join clubs, clubs are the best solution to your problem. You will surely meet those who are similar to your mind set, people who don’t want to sit in front of a TV and drink beer, and people who are interested to see the unseen: here are the five clubs…


Backwaters in Kerala

June 28, 2016

Kerala, God’s country, has been a classic destination for romantic getaways and also for group tours for over 600 years counted amongst the most popular tourist destinations in India. National Geographic Traveler Named Kerala as one amongst ten paradises of the world. It is famed especially for its ecotourism and beautiful backwaters.  Kerala Tourism transformed itself into one of the alcove holiday destinations in India. The backwaters of Kerala are…


5 useful hacks while packing for a trek

May 12, 2016

Every traveler has bags. No matter the span of the trip—is it a weekend getaway or a three-week Himalayan trek—you’ll need to carry a bag and you’ll want to prepare it right. You’ll be taking all your stuff on your back up and down mountain passes, so the capacity and comfort of your bag are essential. Intend to take a backpack that is adequate to hold the essentials, yet not too…


Valley of Flowers National Park

Valley of flowers
December 18, 2015

An astoundingly extravagant hotbed of nature, the Valley of Flowers is perhaps one of the most beautiful sights on the whole planet. Located in the Himalayan Bugyals (that’s what the locals call the meadows), the valley is a vast 87 square kilometer stretch that is known for its extravagant bloom of native alpine flowers. The vast flower beds which mature every year around June – July are a true example of…


Top 4 Exotic Destinations in India

November 24, 2015

Top 4 Exotic Destinations in India you must Visit Travelling exists as an inseparable craving in the human mindset. After working continuously for a year, I was seriously frustrated and four months ago, I decided to quit my job and go for a long trip to some exotic places in India with my boyfriend. It’s a very serious thought as to where to visit but we choose 5 beautifully amazing…


Bhangarh – Glory lost in ruins and hoaxes…

Bhangarh Fort City
November 15, 2015

So, hearing a lot and even writing about it, Bhangarh had been mystifying me for a long time. The numerous stories about the place and it being acclaimed as one of the scariest places on the planet had been boggling me all along. With all the forsaken charisma attached to the place, we felt that we owed the ruined fort a visit to check out its enigma. The place with…


Bridges that breathe – Root Bridges of Cherrapunji

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November 9, 2015

  Place: Living Root Bridges Location: Cherrapunji (Sohra), India Background/ History: Amidst the dreamy Khasi & Jaintia Hills of Meghalaya, the wettest place on the planet boasts of its very own ‘bridges that breathe’. A certain tribal group called War-Khasi apparently noticed the atrocious creeping qualities of a certain type of rubber tree (Ficus Elastica) and devised a technique to modify them into bridges across the numerous rivers in the…


Devil’s Bathtub

Devil's Bathtub
October 26, 2015

Destination Times Name: Devil’s Bathtub Location: Scott County, Virginia, United States Background/ History: Hiding in the Jefferson National Forests, the ‘Devil’s Bathtub’ is a mysteriously elusive wonder of nature. A swimming hole along the 7 mile Devil’s Fork Loop Trail, it looks like a perfectly chiseled bathtub of Sandstone with its gently textured slopes. The Fork Loop trail which runs across a deep Appalachian Gorge, is marked with a number…


Paro Taktsang – The Tiger’s Nest Monastery

September 18, 2015

Name: Paro Taktsang – The Tiger’s Nest Monastery Location: Paro Valley, Bhutan Background/ History:  Breath-taking, awe-inspiring… The Tiger’s Nest is one of the most sacred sites of Buddhism. Built on a cliff side in the valley, the 300 year old temple complex is indescribably stunning. The word ‘Taksang’ literally means tiger’s lair referring to the thirteen caves where Padmasambhava or Guru Rinpoche meditated. Paro Taksang is also the resting place…


Highest bungee jumps from each continent

Bungee jumping at Verzasca Dam, Switzerland
August 25, 2015

Reach an incredibly high point, stand atop the world and dive into thin air, free falling for a few seconds, catching an unforgettable bird’s eye scenery of the surroundings and feeling an immense spurt of the adventure gene inside. Bungee jumping is one of the most prolifically exhilarating activity to quest the human cravings for rush. In this article we compile for you some of the highest, scariest and craziest…


5 Awesome Biking Trips Every Biker Would Recommend

August 24, 2015

5 awesome biking trips every biker would recommend Biking is a passion that just cannot be contained. Biking doesn’t mean being rebellious and untamed, it actually refers to being independent and unconfined. In India itself, there are a number of motorcycling trails that have come up in the recent years owing to the development.of good tarmac adding to the already existing picturesque locales and landscapes. These trails are characterized by…


Heritage with a haunted history: 13 Scariest Monuments in India

Feroz Shah Kotla Fort
August 24, 2015

Heritage with a haunted history: Thirteen Scariest Monuments in India India has always been a land of mysteries. Folklore and legends from centuries haven’t just survived but have grown in their spookiness becoming graver with time. Even today with all the modernity and globalization, these legendary haunted places with their own bloody stories not just affect the environment but are universally believed by the people living in the vicinity. Here’s…