2018 was the year of Neelakurinji blooming in the Western Ghats and no wonder why it was flooded with tourists and trekkers. It blooms once in 12 years.read more
I wanted to adventure a solo trek which could be comfortably done with moderate fitness level and is safe for single woman traveler. With all the hitches from family and absolutely no research on the internet, I zeroed on Kheerganga Trek. My first solo trip, new...read more
Everything cooked here was in traditional Thailand way in Bamboo. I was impressed to see the fine straw made of bamboo for drinking coconut water. The rice, vegetables, curry, and other non-vegetarian delicacies were cooked in bamboo directly under fire. This was an amazing experience.read more
Dilli Ke Pakwaan, a seven- day food fiesta is organized by Delhi Tourism in the capital every year. The event brings in street food from all the corners of Delhi to the center of the city, Connaught Place.read more
With the total height of approximately 1350 meters above the sea level, the trek to Channagiri is easy to moderate of about 3 km and takes about two to two and half hours to complete.read more
Rock of all ages- Madhugiri
Madhugiri is famous for its Madhugiri Fort which is a quite popular amongst trekkers. Ruins of Madhugiri Fort lies atop the steep hill of height 3950 ft approximately and is quite an adventurous trek.read more
A Road trip from Capital to Summer Capital of India
Although our Prime Minister has launched UDAN ( Ude Desh ka Har Nagrik which means every citizen of the country can fly) with introductory short distance flight from Delhi to Shimla, a road trip on the same route is worth the experience.
HONNEMARADU- An ecstasy for adventure enthusiasts
For those who are looking for a relaxed holiday with adventure Honnemaradu is the answer. An ideal place in the midst of serenity for adventure enthusiasts which offers everything like trekking, canoeing, boating, swimming in open waters, kayaking, camping and bonfire is Honnemaradu.read more
Ko Chang – The Elephant Island
An island of lovely sandy beaches, coral reefs, tranquil fishing villages and many beautiful waterfalls is worth a visit.
Chiang Mai- the oldest ‘New City’
The hub of northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is the oldest and fifth largest city situated at an elevation of 316 m is surrounded by mountains and lush country side. Also called as ‘Rose of the North’, Chiang Mai means ‘New City’ as it became the new capital of the Lan Na Kingdom founded in 1296read more