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Wanderlust travel stories
Famous for its tea gardens, Palampur is emerging as a major tourist hub because of its perfect location between the Dhauladhar Valley. Located at a height of 3,999 feet, the town is an ideal location for visiting at any time of the year. Winters are quite cold and summers are moderately cool. The town is spread across a small expanse but offers vivid variety of experiences. Despite the places that...
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Hemis Monastery is the biggest and the most important monastery in Ladakh. Hemis is located 49 km south from the town of Leh, a little off the Indus river road. Hemis Gompa was built in the 17th century by Chapgon Gyalshas and ever since has enjoyed the patronage of the royal family of Ladakh. Hemis Monastery is the headquarters of the red Gat Drukpa order and all the monasteries throughout...
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In today’s times where everybody is pressured by the structured format of living lives according to the ‘rule book’ there is a need to breathe, stop, look around and travel, take the off beaten path, make new friends and to find peace and live on your terms and conditions. Here are 10 things to do before your travel. Research Whichever place you go to. do not forget to research about...
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Overlooking the town of Leh, just on the slope of the Tesemo hill is the imposing multi-storey Leh Palace. This palace was built by a king named Tashi Namgyal in the 16th century about the same time as the great Potala Palace in Lhasa Tibet. A major chunk of the Leh Palace was damaged and destroyed during the Kashmiri invasion in the 19th century. Leh Palace contains a few magnificent...
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Tabo is a small town in the Lahaul and Spiti district on the banks of the Spiti River in Himachal Pradesh, India. The town lies on the road between Reckong Peo and Kaza, the sub-divisional headquarters of Spiti. The town surrounds a Buddhist monastery which, according to legend, is said to be over a thousand years old. The village is situated at an altitude of 10,760 ft. The climate in...
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The landlocked country of Nepal is a hidden gem amidst the Himalayan mountains. A true traveller’s nirvana, this place has a lot to offer from the surreal experience of Nepalese culture at Kathmandu to the buzzing nightlife of Thamel. Home to the highest mountain range in the world, the Himalayas and the tallest mountain, Mt Everest. Nepal is best known for its trekking trails attracting trekkers from around the world...
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A hidden destination among the nestled suru trees, this virgin beach is located in Palghar. Not too far away from Mumbai, it is a perfect environment to dwell in for the weekend. Kelve is just two stops away from Virar station via train which is available every hour. At the station you can hire a tuk-tuk or avail of sharing cabs which is of very minimal charge. While traveling to...
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The thrill of backpacking solo to a random destination is something which doesn’t let you sleep in peace. Travelling solo to an unknown destination without knowledge of that place can be overwhelming but also it’s a lifetime experience that one will never forget. It’s a different feeling altogether to plan your first solo trip. The very decision one has to make regarding the destination to travel to is vital. There’s...
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Dholavira is an unknown name for everyone except the people who have travelled to Rann of Kutch, that too if they had Dholavira in their itinerary. The town is located 220 kms away from the city of Bhuj in Bhachau taluka of Kutch district of Gujarat state in India. It is one of the important Harappan civilization’s archaeological sites. It contains the ruins of Indus valley civilization which is one...
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Everyone has Ladakh on their bucket list which they hope to do on a bike or if not on bike, then a road trip by car. Leh is connected by two roads, one from the Srinagar side and the other from the Manali side. Both these highways have their own uniqueness in terms of scenery, the road conditions, etc. Not many travellers choose the Srinagar-Leh highway because it is not...
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