Kerala is an amazing destination. With coastal areas, forests, backwaters, and hills, a traveller will experience everything while exploring this wonderful state. This blog will prove helpful if you are planning a 15 to 20 day long backpacking trip in Kerala.
Recently, I won silver at Outlook Traveller Responsible Tourism Awards 2020. In this blog, I share some thoughts about how it will impact my work and challenges associated with my work.
Kila Raipur rural olympics is one of the most authentic festivals of Punjab. This vlog will will give you glimpse of what the event has to offer.
Basar Confluence has been heavily promoted on social media since last couple of years. Every year, the festival invites a bunch of bloggers who flood Instagram with photos and videos of the event. Getting an idea of the event, I decided to attend the festival in 2019 and despite all my instincts telling me to go back to Hornbill, I decided to give Basar confluence a chance.
Climate Change in Ladakh has created a number of issues. Glaciers have melted while ongoing road projects have destroyed the traditional pathways for many animals including Snow Leopard who used these trails from the memory since generations and are now entering human habitats.
aranasi is one of the prime holy cities of Eastern India. Offering Chhath prayers in Ganga is considered as the highest forms of devotion and this is why the devotees visit the ghats of Varanasi from nearby villages.
Kaas Valley is a prime highlight of Western Ghats that is also known as Sahyadri Range in Maharashtra. It is believed that entire Western Ghats were formed during the breakup of the super continent of Gondwana some 150 million years ago. Exploring Kaas Valley is like taking a glimpse of the gorgeousness that Western Ghats hide in its various nooks and corners.
Ladakh’s food is one of its USPs that is often ignored because everyone is on a fixed itinerary. But with a little research and going off the beaten path can make the local food experience in Ladakh very amazing.