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October 2017
Summer ’17 — turns out to be the last summer in India for me (for at least next few years). What could have been a better way to sum it up than to spend a nice long vacation backpacking? India — the birthplace of backpacking, enjoys quite a few locations that lure a traveller. May it be the majestic,...
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My very first outing with the GoPro, after being forced into using the camera by Sagar Shetty. In his words, “Try the camera and it will blow your mind away”. To be very honest I did not think much about the camera, but how wrong I was going to be proved on my very first...
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Turtuk (Tur-tuk) is a tiny Baltic village on the border of India and Pakistan. It is surely the prettiest village in the whole of Ladakh, if not in all of India. Here is a list of 10 things to do while in the village of Turtuk. 1. Pluck apricots Backpack to Turtuk in July or...
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From the temple town of Rewalsar to the hot springs of Kheerganga, with stopovers at Parashar Lake, Kasol, Tosh, Pulga, Chalal and a visit to the village of taboos, Malana. This is 10 days of raw rugged backpacking around the hot spots in the Himalayas. Trip Date: 4th – 13th May, 2018 Trip Cost: Rs...
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Here is a checklist of things to have while backpacking to the Northern mountain region of Thailand from six to 15 days.   Documents: Passport. (10 Copies) Five passport size photographs. (4×6) Proof of night stay booking. Confirmed return ticket. Travelling gear: A rucksack of minimum 50-60L capacity. (Mandatory) A daypack of minimum 10-20L capacity (laptop...
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Travelling to Himachal was on my mind for quite some time, but Kinnaur and Spiti were something I had never thought of. I had read some bit about Spiti before the trip, Kinnaur was a pleasant surprise! Snowcapped mountains, Baspa river flowing through the villages of Chitkul and Rakcham. The monastery and lanes of the...
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A road trip through some of the most rugged roads and barren terrains to meet arguably the kindest people in the world. From living in wooden houses and having absolutely no network coverage, a trip to Kinnaur & Spiti Valley will surely take you back in time and help you reconnect with Mother Nature. By...
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Research is a very important part of travel. You need to know – the where, when, why, what, which and how of the place. Backpacking requires these aspects to be crossed all the more as it is a budget form of travel. Here are 10 things to help you before you backpack and when you...
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Majuli, the cultural capital of Assam is the largest river island in the world and is home to one of India’s largest tribes. From taking a ferry ride to reach the island, to living in bamboo huts, here is a list of things to do in Majuli. 1. Ferry Ride The only way to access...
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From the nightlife in Bangkok to the vibrant night markets in Chiang Rai – Chiang Mai and most of all, a visit to the Kayan long neck tribal village. This is an eight-day backpacking trip to the unexplored mountain region of Northern Thailand. Trip Date: 25th September – 2nd Oct ’18 Trip Cost: Rs 20,000...
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