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January 2015
A perfect break from the city life in Mumbai is a day trip to Bhivpuri waterfall during the monsoons. The village of Bhivpuri is located on the outskirts of the island city and to reach Bhivpuri, one has to board a local train bound for Karjat. The journey takes around 1 hour and 20 minutes...
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The difference between a tourist and a backpacker is what confuses many and this has been one of those unanswered questions among tourists and backpackers as the debate rages on. The easiest way to describe a backpacker is to say a backpacker is one who travels to experience different cultures and lead a way of...
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Located around 30 km from the town of Alibaug and 135 km from the commercial capital of Mumbai is the very beautiful beach village of Kashid. This is also dubbed as the poor man’s Goa on the Alibaug coast. The reason for this name is the beauty of the beach and the pretty laid back...
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Situated at an altitude of around 6056 feet above sea level is the Ao Naga village of Longkhum. The village of Longkhum is located 17 km from the town of Mokokchung which is the district headquarters of the place and is around 135 km from the capital of Nagaland, Kohima. Getting to the village of...
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Around 10 km south from the town of Mokokchung in Nagaland lies the historic village of Ungma. The village of Ungma is the most ancient Ao villages and today is of great tourist interest. One can view the folklore, customs and traditions of the Ao Naga tribals here. Ungma is one of the more developed...
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The Hindi saying Athithi Devo Bhava, which means ‘the guest is God’, still holds a lot of truth in rural India and also other parts of the world. In a homestay, the guest are accommodated in the family house or in a separate guest room nearby. Homestays provide the traveller with an unforgettable experience! Here...
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