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Wanderlust travel stories

A slice of Portuguese history: Fort Aguada, Goa

Located near Sinquerim Beach where the Mandovi River and the Arabian Sea confluence is Fort Aguada on a hillock by the same name. The fort and lighthouse are well-preserved seventeenth-century Portuguese architecture constructed in 1612 to guard against the Dutch and the Marathas. A freshwater spring within the fort provided water supply to the ships that...
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Kandy Sri Lanka

10 tips to travel with your partner

With all the hustle-bustle of city life, we hardly get time to spend with our loved one.  In fact, be it a new relationship or an old one both need that level of comfort and understanding that only comes with travelling with your partner. A lot of people are scared and nervous before going on a camp...
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Sangastar lake in Nov

Lake created by an earthquake: Sangestar Tso, Tawang

Sangestar Tso Lake is a high altitude Himalayan lake in Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh in North-Eastern India. The lake is situated at a towering altitude of around 12,500 feet above sea level (3810 m). This high altitude lake is located at a distance of around 30 km from the town of Tawang. The only option...
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Campsite

10 Fun things to do before travel

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...
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Rewalsar town

7 days backpackers blueprint: Rewalsar-Parashar-Parvati Valley-Manali

Here is our second of three new blueprints covering the Buddhist town of Rewalsar and Parashar Lake in Mandi district during the first few days and then the journey moves on to the hippie villages of Kasol, Malana and Manali. Rewalsar Trip cost: Rs 14,000 + 5% GST = Rs 14,700 Inclusion: Accommodation (3 to 6 based...
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6 Mistakes to avoid while backpacking across India

India is a multicultural amalgamation exploding with diverse dialects, ethnicity, customs, practices, cuisines, terrain, landscapes and people. There is so much to see within a country that exceeds 3 million sq.kms inhabited by more than 1.3 billion humans. A backpacker’s paradise, it is easy to be spoilt for choice, among the drylands of Central and Western...
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Selfie at triund

8 days backpackers blueprint: Dharamshala-Manali-Tosh-Kasol

Here is The Land of Wanderlust’s blueprint to a backpacking trip around the Hippie belt of Dharamshala– Mcleodganj–Manali–Tosh–Kasol. Kasol Trip cost: Rs 13,000 + 5% GST= Rs 13,650/- Inclusion:  Accommodation. (3 to 6 based on room size) Travel. Entry Fee. Exclusion:  Food. Travel to Delhi. Only on payment of 50% of the trip cost will a seat be booked....
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Summer

10 things to know about your hiking boots

With the scorching heat killing the western and southern part of the country, the best way to beat the heat is to move to the mighty mountains. If in India, then one has to head to the Greater Himalayas. One very important thing for all those travelling to the Himalayas is the shoes. With minimum private...
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Down town Tawang

Heaven on earth: Tawang, Arunchal Pradesh

A six-hour road trip crossing the mighty Sela La along the way and one will reach the Indo-China border town of Tawang. The temple town is situated at an altitude of around 10,000 feet above sea-level (3048 m) and is now the district headquarters of Tawang district the smallest of the 16 districts in the state...
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Gaurmur

10 unique ways to seek your traveller’s vibe while backpacking

Travelling takes us to new places, cultures and situations. It gets us out of our comfort zone, giving us a glimpse into the lives of communities, with whom we share our space and resources. For most of us, the takeaway from travel involves us getting out of our self-absorbed lives, and just seeing the world out...
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Bomdila Buddha Stadium

The Gateway to Tawang: Bomdila, Arunachal Pradesh

Bomdila is a small Buddhist town nestled high up within the mighty snow-clad Himalayas in the West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh in North East India. Bomdila is situated at an altitude of around 8,500 feet above sea-level (2750 m) and is also the gateway to Tawang. There are two entry points to reach Dombila. One...
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Reid beach sunset

10 packing hacks for your summer trip

With the summer setting in and the financial ended, this is the perfect time to take the most awaited summer holiday. One major problem always is the issue of packing before every trip. How much to pack? What are the important things? What all to pack? Where to keep what? These are often the major questions...
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Itanagar roads

State capital and gateway to Ziro Valley: Itanagar, Arunchal Pradesh

The city of Itanagar, is also the state capital of Arunachal Pradesh, the biggest of the seven sisters North Eastern belt of India. Itanagar is situated on the foothills of the Himalayas at an altitude of around 1150 feet above sea-level (351m). To enter any district of Arunachal Pradesh will require you to obtain an Inner...
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Dawki morning breakfast

10 things to keep in mind while backpacking in India

From getting squashed in the local trains of Mumbai, to trekking in the mighty Himalayas in the north or enjoying the backwaters of the south, India has an adventure for every person’s taste. With many religions, languages, food, festivals and traditions to discover, the country is indeed one of the best places to backpack, suiting everybody’s...
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Camping at Dawki Meghalaya

Where the crystal clear Umngot river flows: Dawki, Meghalaya

A road trip to Dawki is an absolute must on one’s bucket list while traveling to the North Eastern state of Meghalaya. Dawki is a small town along the Indo-Bangladesh border along the River Umngot in the West Jaintia hills some 75 km away from the state capital of Shillong. The best way to reach the...
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10 things to do in Silvassa

Silvassa, the capital of the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli has many interesting places to see and things to do. Here are some of them  Table of Contents1. Silvassa Lake visit2. Stroll in Island garden3. Get lost in Hirwa Van gardens4. See the King of beasts5. Rest at Tapovan tourist complex6. Pray at Our...
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Mayok Assam

Land of black magic and witchcraft: Mayong, Assam

Taking a 40 km drive from the state capital of Guwahati in Assam towards Probitora Wildlife sanctuary, one will reach the land of black magic – Mayong. The village is situated in Morigaon district on the very edge of the mighty River Brahmaputra. The best way to reach Mayong is by hiring a private car for...
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Tyrb Bhandardara

10 reasons an IT guy needs a solo trip

A lot of people find travelling alone stressful, perhaps even terrifying. Personally, ones most cherished memories are gathered while they embark on a solo trip . Here are some reasons why Information Technology professionals who are always with full plates of work need to ditch the computer and explore the world. Table of Contents1. Disconnection from...
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The natives of Majuli River island: Mising Tribe villages, Assam

The Mising tribe are scattered all around the island of Majuli in Assam and is one of India’s largest tribe in terms of population. The Mising tribals have inhabited this island in Assam ever since the 16th century. The Mising tribe is are originally nomads from South East Asia and have roots dating back to the...
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Backpacker’s road trip around Tawang in 7 days

Here is TLOW’s seven day blueprint around the North Eastern Himalayan gem of Tawang also known as the land of Monpas. Our road trip starts off from Guwahati in Assam and goes all the way to the Indo-China border covering some of the most remote villages in Arunchal Pradesh. Tawang TRIP COST: Rs 16,000 + 5%...
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Majuli village house

Hidden Bamboo village of Majuli: Gaurmur, Assam

Gaurmur is a tiny village which is located in the heart of Majuli, the largest river island in the world. Gaurmur is home to a few bamboo hut homestays and hence has become a village which is frequently visited by backpackers from all around the world. The best way to reach Gaurmur is to hop onto...
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Travel

10 ways to travel like a local in a city filled with tourists

In the past 20 years, we have all witnessed how travel has changed. With the necessary information and bookings available straight on the palm of our hands, everything has become just so much more convenient and safe. Thanks to bloggers, search engines and social media, we watch an illusion or a dream right on our screens....
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Reid beach

A virgin beach, fort and fishing village: Redi Beach, Maharashtra

Redi is a tiny fishing village along the Konkan coast of Maharashtra which is soon becoming the go-to destination for many foreigners. Goa is around 34 km from Redi and the town of Vengurla is around 20 km away. From Goa and Venrula there are multiple ways to reach Redi. The first option is to board...
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10 movies that scream travel

Being affected by a travel bug is simply amazing. Searching for the next place to visit on Google or booking your next trip or just simply reading experiences of people around the world is just amazing. Sometimes all you need is a start to make sure that the spark is still there. Travel films or documentaries...
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Shiroda beach sun set

The salt village of wanderlust: Shiroda, Maharashtra

Shiroda is a small village which is located around 20 km from the town of Vengurla and Sawantwadi and has the Arabian Sea to the west and the rugged Sahyadris to its east and is situated at the southernmost end of the Sindhudurg district of the Konkan region in Maharashtra. There are multiple ways to reach...
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Parvati valley

10 safety tips for women backpacking in India

“The women who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before.” – Albert Einstein             Solo travelling has undoubtedly been the most raw and exhilarating form of travel. Solo travelling does not always mean you’re...
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Beautiful Goa of Malvan: Vengurla, Maharashtra

Vengurla is a small beach town in the Sindhudurg region of Konkan, Maharashtra in southern India. This beach town is surrounded by lush green foliage of cashew, coconut, mango and various other kinds of berry trees. The hills of Dabholi, Tulas and Mochemad lie in the north, east and south of Vengurla, while the mighty Arabian...
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yoga in Ladakh 22

10 ways travel gives inner peace

With all the hustle-bustle of this exhausting, tiring urban life, every day is a conquest with ourselves for inner peace. We try yoga, workouts or just another kind of meditation but how much can it help in these noisy polluting cities. This is where travel has proven to be a sure shot stress buster and a...
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Thikarda village. House

Mud and clay handicraft hub: Thikarda, Rajasthan

Thikarda is a tiny village of potters located about eight kilometres from the artisan town of Bundi in Eastern Rajasthan. Thikarda is a relatively unknown village which from the outside has nothing to catch the eye of a tourist, but plenty on offer for a traveller. There are multiple ways to reach Thikarda, the best way...
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Backpacking Shillong

10 Good reasons to buy a backpack

The main notion of backpacking is to have an unplanned trip. To take an expedition without a destination and make full use of your journey. During this journey, a backpack acts like your companion and is your saviour at all times. Here are 10 reasons to buy a backpack along with making you a traveller. Table...
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