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Leopard Satpura National Park

The Park In an age of national parks when you have more of a chance of bumping into another jeep on the same safari as you than the wildlife you wanted, Satpura comes as a glowing revelation where you get the peaceful experience in the wilderness you have always yearned for. Spread over an area...

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The only thing that can compete with a Gujarati’s love for food is his love for travel. Ever been on a journey with a Gujarati? Chances are you’ve fond memories of the soft theplas, tangy dhoklas, and crisp khakhras. Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions about Gujarati cuisine, which is predominantly a vegetarian fare. For instance,...

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Travelling through Spiti is the closest you could get to Shangri-La, albeit on some inspiring tarmac. While you’re certainly not going to be allowed forty winks on the Dalai Lama’s bed, used on his visits here, Spiti offers much more than monasteries and pristine glaciers. Impressive decorations signal the onset of festivals here in Spiti,...

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Posted by untravel | | India, Nature, Offbeat, Relax

Goa is amongst the best travel destinations that India has to offer. And therefore when people travel to this lovely former Portuguese colony, their expectations are forever sky high – thanks to the tales of revelry that passes on every time a friend or an acquaintance visits the sunshine state. But Goa is also a...

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South Africa Adventure Sport

If you think the best of South Africa is its diverse wildlife and exciting safaris, think again! There’s no place like the southernmost country in Africa to explore adventure sports. If you are an adrenaline junkie, a trip to South Africa has to be on your bucket list. From diving with sharks and riding an...

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Thai Food

It’s hard to say what makes Thai food tick. Perhaps, it’s the unconventional mix of sweet, sour, spicy and salty flavours. Or, maybe, the interesting blend of fresh herbs and spices. No Thailand trip can be complete without exploring Thai cuisine – from award-winning restaurants to streets that tempt with divine aromas. Northeastern Thai meals...

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Shimla Toy Train

Shimla offers much more than charming colonial buildings against a backdrop of the magnificent snow-capped Himalayas. Much more than the dozens of Bollywood songs set on Mall Road or its oldest boarding schools. The upper reaches around the Shimla region offer skating on natural ice as well as hosts the MTB Himalaya (South East Asia’s...

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Seychelles Islands Tropical

Seychelles is very frequently called the honeymooners’ paradise and with good reason. Strings of exquisite pearly sand beaches wetted by turquoise blue waters with a backdrop of lush hills and big glacis boulders. Pair this with the fusillade of luxury hotels that Seychelles is home to and you have got yourself quite an endearing tropical...

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In 1959, as the Southern Hemisphere saw Comrade Guevara and his rebel troops’ march into Havana, the North saw Tibet’s beloved spiritual leader walk into exile in India fearing Chinese annihilation after the great uprising. Aided by CIA’s Special Activities Division, as the Dalai Lama and his followers set foot in India, it was the...

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Rishikesh Rafting

Beatle stop. Yoga Central. Haven of white water and holy water. For almost forever, Rishikesh has been all things to every kind of untraveller. The world flocks here to master asanas and to seek out big answers. Raft along mighty rapids. Gather for treks in the Himalayas. And of course, top all this off with...

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