Punakha Tshechu is one of the most important festivals of Bhutan. With colourful costumes and the rhythmic Cham dance performed by the monks of the Monastery, the experience of attending the festival is simply out of the world.
Crossing Nepal by road from India is one of the favourite activities among budget backpackers. Those who cannot afford flights to reach Kathmandu often take this route to reach Nepal from India. This blog will help you find every detail about crossing India Nepal border from Sunauli Gorakhpur.
Colombo is a nice place to spend 24 hours as there are many attractions to see. This blog will tell you everything that you can do as a solo traveller in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Uzan Bazaar is close to railway station and accessible from most of the hotels in Guwahati. You can easily catch a bus or an Ola Bike, and reach Uzan Bazaar in minutes. Here are the best cafes of Uzan Bazaar from where you can work from.
This backpacking guide will help you understand details about traveling in Meghalaya. This blog post will be helpful for solo travellers. Keep in mind that I am writing a detailed guide for backpacking in Meghalaya that will take you 15 to 20 days. But you can always shorten it down to a week but anything less than that will not be worthwhile.
When we talk about digital nomads and freelancers, places like Bali and Galle (Sri Lanka) automatically come in mind. But with time, remote work is slowly getting popular in India. Certain locations in India have seen a lot of interest from digital nomads like me and Mcleodganj is one such place.
Once the lockdown is lifted slowly, the idea of travelling will still be far-fetched. Flying, coming in contact of strangers will not be safe for the next few months. One a plus side, the local tourist spots of every city will be comparatively emptier because of low tourist footfall.
It feels like the market won’t revive itself before 2021 so the situation is not good for those who had limited resources and were dependent on the market to meet their livelihood. But there are certain ways to support the individuals who rely on travel industry. Without travelling, we can support the jobs that were dependent on travel industry.
Volunteering is a popular trend among backpackers around the world. In India, it doesn’t receive much attention, despite the fact that there are non profit groups that look for volunteers for various operations, on both long term and short term basis. This article will take you through everything in detail on how you can volunteer and travel in India.