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Wanderlust travel stories
Tosh mountain view

7 super facts about Tosh, Himachal Pradesh

Tosh is a small village located in the Parvati Valley of the Kullu district in the state of Himachal Pradesh, India.  Table of ContentsCovered in snow during the winters Snicker Chapati at cafes Himalayan dogs Tosh temple Beautiful view of Himalayas Double rainbow waterfall Great weather Tosh remains accessible all year round which is for all...
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Pulga ferry forest

The Happy trippy Fairy Forest of Pulga

Pulga is a name of a village located in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. It’s a name and a place a lot of travellers have not come across. On a previous trip made to Parvati Valley, I stayed at Kalga and was stunned by its beauty. Surrounded by apple orchards and the Himalayas in the...
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10 Fun facts about Kasol, Himachal Pradesh

Kasol is a small Himalayan village with plenty of things to do like trekking, shopping and hiking along the Parvati River to choose from. It is fast emerging as a hub for backpackers, trekkers and nature lovers. Table of Contents1. Kasol Was originally only a bus stop2. Altitude3. Israeli influence in cuisine4. Riverside escape5. Parvati valley...
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Parvati Valley

Tosh – A retreat in the Himalayas

Previously having completed the Kheerganga trek, I stayed at Kalga. Spending the new year at Kalga, there were fireworks in the sky from the opposite village and that's when I first heard of Tosh. Having heard a lot of stories of Tosh, Tosh was on my list for a long time. Finally, on my second trip...
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FAQ’s for Parvati Valley

Q.Where is Parvati Valley located?Parvati Valley is situated in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. Q. Is Parvati Valley safe?Yes, Parvati Valley is an extremely safe place to travel to. Network related FAQ Q. Is there cell phone network in Parvati and Tirthan Valley?Yes, there is cell phone coverage in Parvati and Tirthan Valley. BSNL, Jio,...
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Room chilling in Bhutan backpacking trip

Top things to carry while backpacking around Bhutan

Here is a checklist of things to have while backpacking to the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan for 6 (six) to 15 (fifteen) days Bhutan Documents: Passport (10 Copies) Five passport size photographs Travelling gear: A rucksack of minimum 50-60L capacity. (Mandatory) A daypack of minimum 10-20L capacity (laptop bag) to move around with ease. (Mandatory) Power bank...
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The Best Food joints in Rewalsar

One hour away from the major town of Mandi, Himachal Pradesh is Rewalsar. It’s a town filled with monasteries, temples, Gurdwara. The places resonate with Buddhist vibes. The place is known for its Spirituality. There are a few food joints in Rewalsar that cater to Tibetian, North Indian food. While in Rewalsar, try the local north...
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FAQs for Bhutan

Q. Where is Bhutan located? Bhutan is a small Buddhist kingdom located in the Himalayas. Q. Is Bhutan a country? Yes, Bhutan is a country which is bordered by China, India and Bangladesh. Visa/Permit related FAQ Q. Do I need a visa for Bhutan? Indians don’t need a visa for Bhutan. But an entry permit is...
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Tamu bazaar

A day trip to Burma’s bazaar town: Tamu, Myanmar

Tamu is a small bazaar town in Myanmar along the Indo-Burma border near Manipur in North India. Tamu is located 5 km from Moreh, the last town in India. A friendship bridge connects the two towns with each other.   To reach Tamu from India one has to first reach the town of Moreh in Manipur....
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Bhutan backpacker blueprint in 8 days

Bhutan, the world’s happiest country is a backpacker’s dream. A road trip which starts off at Bagdogra and goes all the way to Paro and Thimphu in Bhutan including a hike to Tiger monastery, this is an eight day backpacker road trip like no other. Bhutan Trip Cost: Inclusions: All travel from Bagdogra and back. Accommodation....
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Kasol woods

Trip to Kasol – The Mini Israel of India

I had travelled to Parvati Valley a year ago. Did the Kheerganga trek, Kalga and Kullu. Skipped Kasol, primarily because it was the end of December and I knew it would be expensive. And fed up of the city, I was looking forward to spending time by myself in the mountains. However this time, thanks to...
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Trading town along the Indo-Myanmar border: Moreh, Manipur

Moreh is a small trading town along the Indo-Myanmar border located around 110 km from the state capital of Imphal. The town of Moreh is situated at an altitude of around 800 feet above sea-level and serves as an entry point to the town of Tamu in Myanmar. Tamu which is around 5 km from Moreh...
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Fishing at Bhandardara

10 Weekend getaways from Mumbai

A lovely, relaxing and unique getaway from the chaotic daily routine is what the Mumbaikars are looking for. Karnala Bird Sanctuary: A beautiful weekend getaway on the Mumbai-Goa highway. The Karnala bird sanctuary is blessed with the shadow of 4.8 sq.km dense forest. Also, the surrounding area is ideal for trekking and picnics. There are 150...
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Loktak village meeting

Home of Manipur’s largest tribe, the Meitei Tribe: Thanga, Manipur

Thanga is a tiny village located around the buffer area of the famous Loktak Lake in Bishnupur district of Manipur in North East India. Thanga is situated at around 2455 feet above sea-level and is located around 55 km from the state capital of Imphal. There are two ways of getting to Thanga one is to...
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The meteor impact lake: Lonar Crater, Maharashtra

Lonar is a crater Just like the rest of us, a backpacker from space which was a crater, rushed towards our planet Earth at an estimated speed of 9,000 kmph and hit the surface of Earth which gave birth to a magnificent crest on the rim. Many people are not aware of this beautiful and mysterious place. The Lonar Lake in the Buldhana district, from the...
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Chandartal Spiti Valley

Kinnaur and Spiti Valley FAQ

Where is Kinnaur and Spiti Valley located?In Himachal Pradesh of North India. Is  Kinnaur and Spiti Valley safe?Yes, Kinnaur and Spiti are an extremely safe region of Himachal Pradesh. What about the Chinese issue?The issues with China are an ongoing thing which is at the border where travellers are not allowed to go to. It’s the...
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Food items to try in Delhi while waiting for your bus at ISBT, Kashmiri Gate

Most travellers reach the transport hub much earlier than their bus is scheduled and there is generally a wait of around three hours or more. A Food feast is always welcome in between that train or flight and a trip to the Himalayas. There are a few options like kadhi rice and chole available, as well...
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Leh town

Ladakh FAQ

Q. Where is Ladakh located?Ladakh is a Union Territory of North India. Q. Is Ladakh safe?Yes, Ladakh is an extremely safe place to travel to. Unlike the rest of J&K, Ladakh has not been affected by any kind of conflict till date. Q. What about the Chinese issue?The issues with China are an ongoing thing which...
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The world’s only floating biomass islands: Loktak Lake, Manipur

 Loktak Lake is located around 55 km from the state capital of Imphal and is the largest fresh water lake in North East India. The lake is situated at an altitude of around 2520 feet above sea-level and is home to the world’s only floating biomass islands which are called Phumdis. Phumdis are a rich source...
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Food on the train ride: Mumbai to New Delhi

Train journeys are always fascinating for those who are old school. Travelling to Delhi by the Duronto 3rd AC from Mumbai Central station (MMCT), I took the bedsheets allotted and settled in my berth. In sometime, the kitchen steward came in asking passengers their preferred meal. We had to provide all our meal choice in advance...
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Streets of Imphal

Gateway to Paradise: Imphal, Manipur

Imphal is the capital city of Manipur, a state in North East India.  Imphal is situated at an altitude of around 2450 feet above sea level and is the entry point to this naturally gifted land.   Getting to Imphal is relatively easy with travellers having three options. The first one is to take a flight...
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Which is the best traveller network?

So where do I start? Cell phone network in India has been through a dramatic change in the last 12-16 months. Everyone claims to give you a lot of Data at 4G speed but is this “so-called 4G” available all across the country? Over the past six years, I have been backpacking across India and have...
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Evening walks in Bhandardara

FAQ’s for Bhandardara camping

Do we have washroom facilities? We have an Indian toilet which is about a 5-minute walk from the campsite. Can we swim at the lake? Swimming is prohibited at the lake as it prohibited by the government. What’s the food like? We serve soup, Maggi in the beginning and have DIY (Do It Yourself) barbeque. What’s...
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The Jewel of India: Manipur

Manipur is a state in North East India and a part of the seven sister states.  Manipur has Nagaland to its north, Mizoram to its south, Assam to its west, and shares an international border with Myanmar to its east. For the longest time and even till date, Manipur is a state in isolation when it...
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Loktak lake, Manipur

6 days backpacker blueprint around Manipur and Myanmar

Manipur is a state which falls on the Indo-Burma border. It is one place which redefines wanderlust with its natural beauty. We at tlow will be going beyond the normal backpacking norms and heading all the way to Loktak Lake, Moreh in Manipur and crossing the border to Tamu in Myanmar (Burma). Manipur Trip Cost: Rs...
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Sangestar lake

10 Killer things travel teaches you

Travel will teach you innumerable things if you master the courage to travel alone. It’s essential for self-discovery and personal growth. When you step out to see the world, you meet people, explore different culture, languages and food. You learn a lot! Here’s a list of 10 things that travel teaches you… Table of Contents Trust...
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Perfect place to unwind and reflect by River Kamen: Dirang, Arunachal Pradesh

Dirang is a small riverside hamlet in western Arunachal Pradesh and is situated at an altitude of around 8910 feet above sea-level. The town lies on the highway connecting Bomdila with Tawang. Dirang is also the sub-divisional headquarters of West Kameng district. Table of ContentsThe journey The main attraction Mobile phone networkAccommodation Dirang The best way...
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Controlled hospitality at its best: Demul, Spiti Valley

A 35-minutes uphill drive along the main road in Spiti Valley just near the village of Lidang covering 20km, one will reach the hidden village of Demul in Spiti Valley.  Demul is situated at a towering altitude 14,173 feet ASL (4320m). The village of Demul has two entry points. One is from Lidang which is a...
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Bhuj clock tower

10 things to do in Bhuj

Bhuj is a city in the state of Gujarat, western India. It’s known for its centuries-old buildings, many of which were damaged in the 2001 earthquake. Bhuj is the gateway to the Kutch region of Gujarat. It’s one of the biggest districts of the state. It has plenty to offer. 1. Bhuj City This small but...
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