5 Must have things to carry when trekking

Trekking– a strenuous format of travel which is especially done on foot. It requires a lot of physical effort and stamina depending upon the level of difficulty of the trek, so a trek may be easy or difficult. However, it is often assumed that trekking means only climbing the mountains or trekking resembles only mountaineering….

Things to do in Sydney (Australia) during Winter

This is a guest post written by Paula Barnes, an Australian travel blogger. Her blog is THE TRAVELLING EXPAT . Sydney is one of those places that can be visited at any time of the year. Okay yes, summer does have more on during this period but do not be mistaken, winter has many cool…

Bodh Gaya: The top reason to visit Bihar

Bihar- the erstwhile Magadh Empire and the land of Buddha should be certainly in your bucket list. This northern Indian state has planes developed by the rivers like Ganga, there is hardly any hill or waterfall you will find. But, this state has a rich historical background and a heritage. There are many archaeological sites,…

A Brief Guide to Darjeeling and Gangtok (Sikkim)

Well, the Himalayas are so widespread that they cover a distance of about 5000 kilometers from North Western to Eastern India. A number of popular hill stations in India have been developed by the British rulers. Among them, you already have heard the most common ones as Shimla, Manali, Mussoorie, Nainital, Darjeeling etc. So, in…

A Brief Guide to Puri, Konark & Bhubaneshwar and Chilika Lake

In 2011, I met with the western part of India, i.e., Mumbai and Goa. So, in January 2012, I decided to explore the eastern side. So, Puri was the most eligible place. Puri is just 8 hrs train journey away from my city Jamshedpur (Tatanagar). Puri has a lot to be explored. Within the city,…

When a missed train led us to our first flight- The Goa Trip

2011 was a wonderful year. I planned a Goa trip with one of my best friend. We reached the Tatanagar Railway Station, from where we had to board a train (Howrah Mumbai Mail) to Mumbai, then we had to travel from Mumbai to Goa by bus. We both were very happy that day- 21st February…

2009- First Himalayan Experience- The Uttarkashi Trek

In June 2009, I participated in a Himalayan trek in Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand. We had a team of about 32 colleagues, sponsored by our company, but organized by Tata Steel Adventure Foundation (TSAF). We reached from Jamshedpur (Tatanagar) to Haridwar in Kalinga Utkal Express, stayed a night there. Next day, it was 10hrs journey (180km) in…

Why Travel is an Essential Part of My Life

Traveling has too many perspectives. People travel because of a number of reasons floating in their minds. Everyone has his or her own priority levels regarding travel. Some people think travel as only a medium of recreation, while some people travel as a hobby. On the other hand, a vast majority of man and women…

Tips For Traveling Alone-Beginner’s Guide

While there are those who love to go out exploring other lands in the company of only a backpack, many people do not even consider embarking on a new destination without the company of their peers, family or friends. But traveling alone is incredible – addictive, even.  After all, there is no shortage of advantages….

Top Websites for Budget and Solo Travelers

In this era of internet, nothing is remaining untouched. In the earlier times, people used to take help from other travelers around them for planning any trip. But it is not even required now, everything lies in your pocket’s smartphone. Budget is an important factor for backpackers, flash packers or solo budget travelers. There are…

Rajasthan Trip Guide for 7 Days- Jodhpur, Jaisalmer and Jaipur

Why go to Rajasthan Rajasthan is considered to be a royal destination in India. It offers mainly two kinds of sights: first is the great Indian desert- the Thar Desert, second is the heritage sites- the forts, palaces and other monuments. My 10 Days Itinerary for Andman Trip How to Plan Andman Nicobar Trip Bodh…