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For countless, weary city folks, the Chandigarh-Manali NH21 serves as the perfect escape route from the humdrum of daily existence into the rejuvenating lap of nature. Sadly, the crowds follow suit! What if we told you that there is a hidden treasure – with pristine oak and pine forests, hanging bridges, apple orchids, and crystal...

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Himachal Pradesh

Fascinating deciduous forests of spectacular green interspersed with quaint little villages by the Tirthan river make this valley one of Himachal’s favourite weekend getaways. Stunning backdrops and fantastic camping, trekking and fishing opportunities make this the perfect holiday. The gateway to the Great Himalayan National Park (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), Tirthan valley is the...

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Andamans Scuba

Do you believe in magic? You will, once you experience the symphony of vivid corals, fascinating seabed gardens, mysterious remains of sunken ships, and charming schools of fish in Andaman and Nicobar islands. Scuba diving in these islands, situated in the Bay of Bengal, is the best way to explore one of the most diverse...

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Andaman Islands

If you were to make a list of things to do in Andamans, what would it comprise? From scuba diving and snorkelling to parasailing and sea walking, this tropical paradise is the hub of aqua adventures. However, for those who prefer the serenity of nature, these islands also hold the promise of pristine beaches and...

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Periyar TRiger Reserve

Complete with spice plantations, tea gardens, a wildlife sanctuary and a thriving indigenous tribe population, Thekkady is a traveller’s delight. The Periyar Tiger Reserve here is the area’s main attraction. Most resorts and hotels centre around the town of Kumily, a mere stone’s throw away from the reserve. Probably the only reserve in the world...

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If you want to spot a tiger in all its natural grandeur, the Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh is the place to be. Situated in Umaria district, in the Vindhyan mountain ranges of central India, Bandhavgarh houses the highest density of tiger population in the country. This is one of the few places on...

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Pushkar, a 2000 year old town has its fair share of tales to tell. You just need to look around the corners for one. un[travel] makes its way through the alleys of Pushkar to experience its bounty of culture and colours.

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Necessity is the mother of all inventions. The astonishing root bridges of Meghalaya were not built by the local tribesmen so that one day a dollar doling tourist would come across it and announce their exotic existence to the world. Instead, the tribesmen must have figured out the way to make these bridges out of...

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Dangerous Creatures Australia

The land down under has an unending list of dangerous animals. It’s not just snakes, crocodiles, sharks or even spiders that you need to be wary of. There are other creatures whose contact can be fatal in spite of their innocuous appearance. The European Honeybees are responsible for more deaths in Australia than any other...

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Rajasthan Itinerary

Zillions of superlatives put together won’t exactly define the beauty called Rajasthan. Located in northwestern part of India, Rajasthan is a geographically diverse region that can fascinate you every moment. See colour runs riot in the land of the Kings, battle-scarred forts, places of grandeur steeped in spirituality and history. A journey to this remarkable...

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