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Top 10 Travel Hacks to Save Money

Like every second thing in life, travelling also has two facets - one that is - full of fun and the other that is - expensive. However, there are many tricks, rather, what we call these days, hacks that can save your wallet from getting drained away while trotting the world. Most of us wish to holiday without breaking our banks, after all.   So, here are some tips and tricks to save money while travelling. Hopefully, these money-saving ideas will help you with your upcoming trip. Let's read on!   Hack #1 Wear the incognito cloak and search flights   According to many travel bloggers, the real people who have been there having done that , one of the best ways to save on buying flight tickets is - to search for flights from an incognito browser or clear the cache beforehand. Moreover, you can also try changing the name of your country and currency. The thing is - most of the time, the cost of flight tickets varies depending on the currency strength of a given place. So, i

Top 5 Weekend Gateways from Jamshedpur

Jamshedpur- the steel city, is the largest urban agglomerate in Jharkhand. This state has a very high potential for growth in tourism but still, it is very underrated as compared to other Indian states. Jharkhand is a plateau region consisting of a lot of waterfalls, valleys, rivers, mines, forests, and hills. If you are a resident of Jamshedpur, you have plenty of options as a weekend gateway. I would suggest some of them in the post ahead, but not all destinations are in Jharkhand, some may be located in the neighboring states- West Bengal and Odhisa. 5. Parasnath Hills (Jharkhand) Parasnath is the highest peak of Jharkhand having an altitude of about 4500 feet from the sea level. It is located in the Giridih district. It is believed that the 24th Tirthankar of the Jains- Parshwa Muni meditated here, the peak was named ‘Parasnath’ thereafter. A lot of Jain temples are spread over the hills, the largest one is on the peak which is known as Shikherji. Once you visit this location, you

10 Best Honeymoon Destinations on a Budget

It is said that matches are made in heaven. While this may be true, weddings take place on earth and come at a substantial cost. An average Indian wedding costs between 20 lakhs to 5 crores. And, the Indian wedding industry is growing at a rate of 25%-30% each year. The average Indian spends almost one-fifth of the total wealth they have accumulated over their lifetime on wedding expenditures. Considering the significant costs, it is natural that young couples today are looking for economically smart solutions to the big, fat Indian wedding and of course the honeymoon that must follow – without having to cut corners.  Some thoughtful financial planning and forethought, is bound to result in a honeymoon that is big on its returns to the investment you make, both to your financial bank and your memory bank. Here is a list of gorgeous and economical honeymoon destinations that you can travel to without burning a hole in your pocket. 1. Bhutan The happiest country in the world makes for a


“What do I need andnot need to carry for this trip?” A true travel enthusiast deems to createnew memories and experiences every time she plans a new trip, no matterwhatever the place might be. You’re not alone if you questioned the need ofsomething several times while preparing for a journey since no one wants tocarry the weight of unimportant stuff to a far off destination and then takethe pain of returning with it. Which is why you must know what and what not toassemble for your next expedition. Gadgets are a crucial part of everyone’s travel package. No, gadgets aren’t limited to smartphones and laptops , they practically include everything that makes your experience easy, including bags, wallets and luggage trolley itself. It is pretty easy to forget about an important tool whilepacking and extremely painful to repent it later, which is why you need aproper gadget and tools guide for travelling. This article briefs you aboutimportant things to consider for every trip and a few pick

7 Beautiful Hanoi Sights: Where You Should Visit

Behind every journey are new experiences and the opportunity to expand your knowledge. So if you’re travelling to Vietnam, do not miss these 7 amazing Hanoi attractions -the 1000-year-old capital. Get your Vietnam Visa For Canadians and travel to the country and explore wonderful things. All sights are connected with the history of development and development of the city, but also of the country. And over time, these beautiful Hanoi attractions have become an important part of the culture that attracts many tourists.  1. Turtle tower and Hoan Kiem lake: TheHo Guom Turtle Tower is located in the heart of the city, surrounded by greentrees and the busy 36-street bustle, perhaps the first image that reminds us ofHanoi. At the interface between two architectural styles, the French and thenative architecture creates a unique turtle tower. Most importantly, the HoGuom turtle tower has existed and will exist as a spiritual symbol for thepeople of Hanoi in particular and for Vietnam in general

Top 8 Travel Mistakes You Should Never Do

Booking the train or flight tickets, waiting for the journey for several months- and finally the day comes when you are about to commence your journey. Just pack the bag now and hang out! Sounds interesting, but even a little mistake can ruin your journey or make you fall into a clumsy situation. 5 Must have things to carry when trekking So, let’s discuss about top 8 very common, but troublesome mistakes which you should never commit. 1. Forgetting an ID proof Yes, it would be most blunder mistake if you forget an ID proof after leaving home. An ID proof is required everywhere in a journey like showing it to railway authorities during a train journey or at an airport for flight check in or boarding. ID proof will also be required at the time to checking in to a hotel. It may also be required at the entrance of any secured premises. So, never forget to carry an ID proof which may be your Aadhar card, PAN card, driving license or passport. Nowadays digital copy of Aadhar also serves the

Rajasthan Trip Budget- Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Jaipur

Winters are about to arrive and now a tourist season is also about to begin. October to March is the best period in most parts of India and it’s also an ideal time to make a tour planning. Winters are the best time to visit a no of destinations in India like sea beaches, forts, monuments, deserts etc. You can also head towards mountains if you can withstand very chilled atmosphere and have a strong desire to witness the snowy peaks. This year (March 2019), I made a trip to Rajasthan. I visited the three major cities- Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and the capital Jaipur. In the post, I am going to provide some details of my Rajasthan trip budget. Please note that the expenses information I am sharing are only indicative, it’s not necessary that the same would be your budget too. I hope this post will only help you to guess the budget of a trip to Rajasthan’s three major cities- Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Jaipur. Rajasthan Trip Guide for 7 Days- Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Jaipur 1. The transportation cost