Photo Essay: Wayanad, Kerala

Wayanad

Certain destinations are so unique that the moment you step foot, you are taken at once into to a dreamlike paradise! I love designing unique offbeat packages for clients who are willing to go a little further. A little further away from the touristy destinations. A little further into wilderness and tranquillity. …

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Weekend destination’s from Mumbai : Purushwadi

Come June, and the slight drizzle of the rain brings out  the comforting earthy smell that all Mumbaikars have been waiting for all year! But monsoon also brings out lots more magical happenings, if only you are ready to travel the distance! Mumbai, known as the commercial Capital of India, …

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COORG: A perfect home away from home

If you are tired of hearing about the touristy Munnar, Ooty, Kodaikanal or Thekkady in South India and want to try something unexplored while feeling at home then head to Coorg, Karnataka. You will find lush coffee and tea plantations, rice paddy farms, roadside cafes, breathtaking monasteries, finger licking authentic …

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Visiting Tibetan markets in Nainital on your next trip to Uttarakhand

Have you heard of  the beautiful hill station of Nainital?  Well, it is a picturesque little town located 310 km from Delhi in the beautiful and scenic state of Uttarakhand. Nainital is easily accessible from Delhi and can be covered by road within an easy 4-5 hours drive. The vibe …

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14 ways to interact with locals when travelling in India

Here are 14 ways you can enrich your travel experiences by interacting with locals on your next holiday! Stay in a Homestay, “live like a local”. Leave your car , travel in local transport. Learn to cook local cuisine with a local. Let a local show you the best places to shop. Explore …

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Chettinad Food

Chettinad cuisine is heavily influenced by geography and  climate . For centuries, the Nagarathars or Chettiars, a community of traders and ship chandlers of the Chola kings lived at Poompuhar on the Coromandel Coast. A great flood in the 8th century forced them to settle in an arid region in …

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How to eat Indian Street Food safely

So you have planned your first Indian Holiday and are dying to pounce on that spicy Indian gravy or the luscious Tandoori Chicken. Well let us give you a few tips that will help you enjoy the famous variety of Indian street food without any troubles for yourself. Please note …

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