Kaza is the headquarters of Spiti and located at 3750 meters from sea level. It is laid back town and will compel you to adapt to its speed. In no time you would start planning your next trip (may during the harsh winters as well) or even settle down there. Reaching Kaza The only way… Read More All about Kaza
In my Spiti road trip, one thing that stood out was my stay at this Namsey homestay. This was one of the best homestay experience I ever had – a home away from home. Run by Dr. Suresh and his family, the homestay is located near helipad in the very small but incredibly beautiful city… Read More Namsey Homestay – Home away from home
Diu, the tiny island with an amazing tourism advertisement and equally awesome tourism website, is tucked beneath Gujarat’s Kathiawar coast and fairly hidden from tourism map of India. Calma de Ilha as they call it in Portuguese is absolutely opposite to its twin brother Daman in terms of serenity. Mostly pronounced together but they are geographically… Read More Calma de Ilha – Diu
Planning to visit Spiti Valley? Looking for an experienced driver? And a comfortable ride? Your search ends here. Meet Deepu. He has more than 12 years of driving experience in Spiti Valley and owns an Innova. I found him to after dozens of calls to drivers listed on Devils on Wheels website. Most of them either… Read More My Friend Deepu !!!
Diveagar (Dive Agar) is a serene coastal village in Konkan located in Shrivardhan Taluka, Raigad district in Maharashtra, approximately 170 kilometres south of Mumbai. The area includes a fishing settlement, a beach, a temple, local businesses engaged in coconut and betel nut tree farming, and some resort businesses such as restaurants, cottage rentals and motels, and… Read More Diveagar
The name ‘Pushkar’, literally means ‘lotus flower’ is one of the sacred Dhams (pilgrimage site) in Hinduism. For tourist like me, its place where colors and cultures come alive, where every grain of sand dunes has its own music, where no one will stop you from doing nothing or everything. According to the legend, Brahma… Read More Pushkar
The best part of living in Mumbai is the plethora of weekend getaways it offers to travel enthusiasts. Some destinations are so obscure, resting amidst the wilderness of western ghats that one has to dig deep on the internet(got the irony! 😉 to unearth them. Kaas Plateau is one such place. Maharashtra’s very own valley of… Read More Kaas Plateau
Ever imagined traveling on a road overdosed with greenery all round, multiplied with soothing rains and a pinch of hide and seek playing mist and no traffic hassles; Won’t that be one of best idea for a road trip? Malsej ghat, a mountain pass in the heart of Western Ghats is one such place. Almost… Read More Malsej Ghat
Weeks of documents, excel sheets and presentations and the crowdy-pacy life of Mumbai were a perfect ingredient to the monotony settling in when four of us friends decided for a small break. Meanwhile, there were more items piling up on our office desks. So, we had to make it back by Monday. That’s what made… Read More Prabalgad- A break from the monotony of Mumbai
If you ask me about the happiest place I have even been to in India, the answer would be Kasol without any second thought. It’s a perfect ‘go and do nothing’ destination. Kasol is a small town with more tourists than locals, tourists who came here and never left. Such is the magic. Reaching Kasol… Read More Kasol – A bundle of Joy
Pre-requirements – Carry camera Identity proof document other than PAN CARD Travel light, please 😛 DAY 1 Ask for a pick up for hotel from station/airport Leave for Khumbhalgarh by 10 am. Have POHA/PYAZ KACHODI for breakfast at Sukhadiya Circle. (Bhole Nath Nashta Center) AT KUMBHALGARH (via Ranakpur Jain Temple if possible) Ask the driver… Read More 2 Nights 3 Days Udaipur + Khulbhalgarh Itinerary
Goa – General Info Let’s face it, Goa is a where many of us start our traveling sojourn and never get enough of it. I have been to Goa more than once and that too on a very tight budget. Best time to visit Goa is Nov to Jan. Avoid Christmas – New Year’s Eve… Read More Go GOA !!!
General Tips and Do & Don’ts It is strongly suggested to pre-plan your trip keeping in mind that Kerala attracts a huge number of tourist from world over. Bike trip – Not recommended. Roads are not that awesome coupled with ever changing weather, sharp turns. We were a group of four and hired Innova. For… Read More Kerala – Indeed God’s own country.
DOs Travel in toy train from Kalka. Try for shivalik exp which leaves Kalka at 5 30 in the morning and Shimla at 5 in the evening. It is well connected with Howrah-Kalka exp, doesn’t leave unless any of the connecting train has arrived. Himalayan Queen is the other train which leaves Kalka at 12 15 noon.… Read More Shimla – Dos & Don’ts for Solo Traveler
Staying in Jaipur Hotel Ram Singh Palace – It very centrally located with economical price tag. My Review at TripAdvisor has got almost 70 helpful votes. Chk here – http://goo.gl/ZArY1g Exploring Jaipur Almost all tourist spots in Jaipur charges a visiting ticket for you as well for your camera (which at some place is costlier).… Read More A comprehensive guide to Jaipur