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The unexplored heaven of Uttarakhand, Mukteshwar is a small town perched at an altitude of about 2287 metres above sea level, atop the Kumaon hills in Nainital district. For stunning...

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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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Munnar and Wayanad are perhaps the most compelling reasons to visit Kerala during the monsoon season. It all begins with a drive across Kerala’s palm fringed countryside that slowly ascends...

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Visiting Goa during the monsoons is actually a great idea but with a few riders. If the Goa you fancy is swamped with all night parties, myriad tourists and unlimited...

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In many ways, chasing the monsoons is Southern India’s answer to the ‘Leh-Manali road trip on a Bullet’ that every adventure junkie in India worth his salt craves for. And...

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Munnar is, often, presented as a one-day destination to be covered among a bouquet of Kerala destinations. However, this scenic hill station located on the Western Ghats, in Idukki district,...

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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...

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No trip to Himachal Pradesh can be complete without a few days at Kinnaur. One of the 12 districts in Himachal – almost 250 km from Shimla - you’ll find...

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Shimla
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There’s something about Shimla. No matter how many times you may have been to the summer capital of British India, you’ll never get tired of it. For those who have...

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Sattal Lake Uttarakhand
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Splendid lakes surrounded by Himalayan peaks, with an incredible view of pine and oak forests, dotted by colonial bungalows and artistic churches. That’s Nainital - also known as the ‘Lake...

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