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Wanderlust travel stories
ladakh hemis festival
These backpacking trip will have a maximum of 12-15 backpackers. Only on payment of 50% of the trip cost will a seat be confirmed. For more information please contact us on the phone numbers mentioned below: TLOW Office 1: +91 8454961928 TLOW office 2: +91 9004594935 Or mail us at: info@tlow.in Terms & Conditions May  26-May – 03-Jun |...
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Dawki river boating
Meghalaya in Northeast India is home to the wettest place on planet earth and when it’s not raining it’s paradise for travellers and backpackers. Backpacking through Meghalaya is an experience beyond imagination with magical waterfalls, rivers and root bridges that will just leave you on a photo rampage. If you consider yourself a traveller then Meghalaya...
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Kheerganga guest house owner
On a trip to Parvati Valley while at Kheerganga, a place where people find peace or as locals say, where god resides is where I first met Krishna. He was wearing a hat just like a cowboy and walking around. We had our tent stay at his camp on October 3, 2018. Krishna welcomed us and...
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VR gasping at tyrb Bhandardara
 Virtual Reality (VR) is a revolutionary technology that takes 3D display technology to the next level. It brings you into a whole new world. This is the next generation, a gadget of the future, where you can get experiences of the whole world, without the need to go anywhere.    Once you put on the VR headset,...
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A one hour drive from Uplat heading to Mumbai on the Mumbai-Gujarat highway takes one to the village of Warkhanda. Warkhanda is another Warli tribal village in Talasari. The best way to get to Warkhanda is to hitchhike or hop into a tum-tum. Most villagers prefer to walk till the highway from where they hitchhike. The...
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