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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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offbeat honeymoon
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So you have finally tied the knot after months and months of planning, and it’s the time to unwind. Wedding planning while exciting, could be a source of stress- with...

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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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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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Bhutan defies generalisations. In this Buddhist Kingdom, you’ll find harmonious co-existence of serene monasteries and adrenaline-pumping adventure activities. While the northern regions get freezing cold, the southern provincesstay warm and...

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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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‘A walk in the clouds’ - that’s exactly how one would describe the picturesque settings of the state of Arunachal Pradesh  - no wonder the Eastern neighbour wants it really...

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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 –...

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Does the African safari feature on your bucket list? If yes, you simply have to visit Kenya. Almost lying on the earth’s equator, this ‘Cradle of Humanity’ is blessed with...

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Blessed with a coastline of 435 km and extensive mangroves, the Kingdom of Cambodia is the beach-lovers’ paradise. And unlike its neighbour Thailand, the white sandy beaches in this quaint...

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