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Dharamshala Triund Trek

The Dalai Lama, little Tibet with nuns and monasteries, a spectacular international cricket ground where the bowler seems to ‘run in from the Himalayas’, this and so much more to un[travel] in Dharamshala. Literally bursting at the seams with everything Tibetan, from momos to monks, there are Tibetan souvenir shops around every corner and nirvana-searching...

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Tiger Bijrani Corbett Zone

India’s first national park, established in 1936. The place where Project Tiger was launched in 1973 to protect the endangered wildlife species in the country. Corbett National Park, located at an altitude of 600 to 1100 metres in the western Himalayan districts of Nainital and Pauri Garhwal in Uttarakhand, is counted among the best wildlife...

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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 receives the most rainfall in the world. While it was the more famous neighbor that consistently won the podium since the comparisons began, last year...

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Certain onscreen fantasies are so etched in our collective consciousness that their encounter with reality can be quite an experience! Imagine visiting all those locations across Europe where HBO’s Game of Thrones was shot. The pursuit of the land of Westeros, immortalised by George R.R. Martin’s popular fantasy, will take you across Iceland, Northern Ireland,...

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Bikaner Desert Camel Safari

Although Bikaner hasn’t received the kind of attention it deserves, it is fast emerging as one of Rajasthan’s favoured locales for royalty and the Thar Desert. Jangladesh’s barren wilderness was first turned habitable in 1488 on the city of Bikaner’s establishment. Numerous forts and palaces make Bikaner the wonderful historical city it is today. While...

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“The happiness of every country depends upon the character of its people, rather than the form of its government” – Thomas Chandler Haliburton Thinking of Bhutan- the happiest place on earth, one may start to wonder that how did it get there or may even question that is it really so? or just a mere...

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Nainital Lake Boats

Often viewed as a day trip from Nainital, Bhimtal has now carved out its own space to become a unique destination in its own right. Until a couple of years ago, the main draw here at Bhimtal was its lake created by the earth-dam built in 1883. Regular boating and sightseeing apart, Bhimtal has now...

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The ‘Land of the Long White Cloud’ is famed for its fascinating Maori culture, amazing craft beer, stunning thermal springs, impressive volcanic cones, mesmerising clear waters, incredible wildlife and much more! 1. Auckland Auckland skyline Fancy swimming with sharks? Ensure Kelly Tarlton’s – home to over 80 species of marine life – is part of...

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Italy

A thing of beauty is a joy forever, wrote John Keats. And Italy, with all its natural splendour, exquisite art and architecture as well as glorious history, proves the famed poet right, time and again. Did you know that Italy houses the most number of Unesco World Heritage cultural sites on the planet? Naturally, it...

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Road Trip Photo

Sometimes, it’s not all about the destination or places you would love to get to, but it’s all about the journey, and when it comes to these stunning highways, we couldn’t agree more. If you’re gonna hit the road, hit some of the best roads on the planet. There’s a lot of optimism in changing...

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