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Andamans Scuba
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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...

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Variety is the spice of life. And tourism in Kerala is a fine example. From the serene backwaters and misty hills to ancient architecture and impressive wildlife, God’s Own Country...

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Andaman Islands
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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...

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South Africa Adventure Sport
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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....

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Dangerous Creatures Australia
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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...

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New Zealand Walks
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Huge mountain ranges, cascading waterfalls, vast glacier-carved valleys, and jaw dropping coastline, you have everything if you’re willing to tread in New Zealand’s manifold lands rife with majesty. Hiking/walking/tramping is...

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LOTR Filming Location
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New Zealand, not clearly on the tourism map until the early 2000s, is a fascinating little island country in a little corner of the world. Beautiful and scenic, this is...

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The most elusive part of the great Himalayan Mountains is, perhaps, located in Bhutan. Also known as the “Mountain Fortress of the Gods”, the only surviving Buddhist kingdom is home...

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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...

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Mirror-mirror on the wall, which is the wettest place of ‘em all? For years there’s been a rivalry between the famous Cherrapunjee and the not-so-famous Mawsynram as who which destination...

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