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Wanderlust travel stories
ardara boating at paradise
Ever thought about what does travel do to you? Travelling is one of those things which always teaches you many life lessons on your own with a less time span. Isn’t this great?  Now imagine your first travel…the first moment that you stepped out of the house to do something for your own sake. Doesn’t this...
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Red Fort Delhi
New Delhi, the capital of India is a city that attracts many backpackers and travellers from all over the world because of its central location. From New Delhi, many places in North India are easily accessible. Hence, many backpackers spend less than 24 hours in the city and prefer catching the first bus, train or flight...
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Yolo camping
Yolo camp located 8 kms from Kasol is a great place to unwind and relax. This place is located inside the Malana gate and will take you closer to nature and help you find peace. Here are 10 experiences to feel at Yolo camping site. 1. Experience the snow melted glacier water- The trail leading to...
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Nubra valley Diskit
Few people fall sick while travelling to Ladakh but that doesn’t mean that everybody will fall sick while travelling to Ladakh. But there are a few reasons why people end up falling sick while in Leh-Ladakh. Pre trip exhaustion  Usually before a trip starts we have to end up finishing work at home and in our...
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Manipur Loktak lake
Loktak Lake is the largest freshwater lake in Northeast India and is famous for the phumdis floating over it. The lake is located near Moirang in Manipur state, India. The etymology of Loktak is Lok is “stream” and tak is “the end”. #1.The largest of all the phumdis covers an area of 40 sq kms and...
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