I started exploring India in 2012. In those times, terms like solo travel and backpacking were not thrown around like peanuts. Travelling in India was very different back then. In the last 9 years, the concept of travelling has evolved and a lot of places have become popular. This video is a short glimpse about my travels around India where I explored its many terrains, tasted every type of food, and attended many festivals.
Bunbuni Paas is an alternate route for Kheerganga. This two day trek is more scenic than the normal route. Check out more details on solo trek to Bunbuni Paas.
The best way to see Chhau festival in India is during how jhumar Utsav in Purulia. They are performer who visit Surajkund Mela For Chhau performance. In either cases you will have to to confirm about the date to experience the dance. Find out some more details on Chhau festival in this blog.
Many of the destinations in Western Ghats don't allow plastic inside the trekking trails. This rule is strictly implemented in the trekking zones of Kudremukh and many others in Coorg. These tips will help you travel Western Ghats in a more ethical and responsible way.
It is well known that most of the tourist destinations are really crowded. But a few simple tricks will help you enjoy these attractions without going through thousands of people.
Sayan Nath, the founder of Not on Map, some insights on how to explore a new place in a more responsible way so that it benefits the ecology and the demography of that place in the long run.
Leh being the centre of Ladakh region, the travellers end up here two or three times during their trip to Ladakh. But most of the time is spent in rest and gathering energy for the next road trip. Leh as a hustling bustling town, has a lot to offer than Shanti Stupa and Leh Palace. Here are some unusual experiences in Leh City that will add more memories to your trip.
Dahi Handi translates to pot of yoghurt. It is celebrated on the day of Lord Krishna's birthday popularly known as Janmashtami. While rest of the country worships Lord Krishna in his child form on the occasion of janamshtami, the people of Mumbai add unique flavour to it and celebrate it by the name of Dahi Handi. It is a great photography opportunity for anyone who likes to explore culture and different traditions.