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Wanderlust travel stories
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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Pots in thikarda

The Beautiful Potter’s Place: Akoda, Rajasthan

Akoda in a small potter’s village which is located at a distance of 10km from the artisan village of Bundi in Kota district of Eastern Rajasthan. Over the last few years, the town has built up its reputation of being one of the most frequented pottery villages in the region. There are multiple ways to reach...
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11 Fun things to keep in mind while travelling solo

Travel is a journey and sometimes one that a person was to take on their own. Here are a few tips to keep in mind while travelling alone. Table of Contents1. Travel light2. Leave your bling at home3. Keep cash handy4. Learn the basics of the local language5. Map out a plan6. Keep your eyes and...
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The Brilliant Artist Town: Bundi, Rajasthan

Bundi is a lesser-known artisan town which is located at a distance of around 210 km south-east from the state capital of Jaipur in the princely state of Rajasthan in western India. Bundi is an architectural marvel and houses a fort, palace and step wells all across the town. There are multiple ways to reach the...
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Fishing at Bhandardara

10 Thrilling reasons to travel with your partner

They say if you haven’t travelled with your partner, you don’t know your partner at all. With busy urban lives, we hardly have any spare time to spend with them. It is said, the couple that travels together stays together. This is completely justified as travel is the best way to know a person inside out,...
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Mud Spiti valley

Where the Killer snow leopard prowls: Mud, Himachal Pradesh

Mud is a remote high altitude Himalayan village which is hidden deep within the Pin Valley national park in Spiti Valley. The village is situated at an altitude of around 12,361 feet above sea-level (3850 metres) near the banks of the Pin-Parvati River and has a 360-degree view of the mighty snow-capped Trans-Himalayas. The village of...
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Morning breakfast at Majuli

10 Fun reasons to travel with your siblings

They say your siblings are the first friends you ever make. With the fighting over the remote control, to abusing and taunting one another, it seems so unbelievable travelling with them. But we cannot ignore the fact we have a special connection with them. Irrespective if they are the bossy siblings or the obedient ones they...
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Chandartal lake

The Amazing Moon Lake: Chandratal, Himachal Pradesh

Chandratal is a high altitude lake wedged deep within the mighty Trans-Himalayas of the Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh and is situated at a towering altitude of around 14,100 feet above sea-level (4,300 m). The lake has a crescent shape similar to the moon and hence it has been named Chandratal. The word Chandratal literally translates...
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10 Fun ways to prepare for a road trip

A road trip is probably the best way to explore the diversity of this country. Road trips are a great way to get to know family and friends while on the road and it literally takes you places you have never been to. However, a journey with too many disasters takes the joy out of the...
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The Spitian Fossil village: Langza, Himachal Pradesh

A 50 minute uphill winding drive covering 13.5 km from the town of Kaza in Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh and one will reach the fossil village of Langza, which is situated in a bowl-shaped duct. At a towering altitude of around 14,550 above sea-level (4435 metres), the mighty snow-capped Trans-Himalayan mountains are all around the village....
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Majuli Assam

10 Fun things to tell new travellers

Travellers Having no experience of backpacking at all, and observing all the hype created around it one sets out on their first backpacking trip with loads of bookish knowledge and absolutely no experience. With an illusion in the head and backpack on the body, the journey commences. Along the trip, there were abundant of things one...
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Last village on Indo-China border: Losar, Himachal Pradesh

Losar is a tiny Himalayan village located in the cold desert region of the Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh. Losar is situated at a towering altitude of around 13,400 feet above sea-level (4084 metres) and is the first inhabited village on the Manali-Kaza route crossing the famous Kunzum-La. It is also the last inhabited village on...
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Boat ride gateway

20 Fun songs you’ll need for a road trip

The city may be great but there’s always that itch you get to pack your bags and get away from all the stress and pollution. But the idea of a silent journey gives us a flat tyre. What’s the point of a road trip where best buddies aren’t screaming along ‘Monicaaa! Oh my darling’ as you...
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Revdanda beach

10 Fun things to do in Revdanda

Revdanda, a virgin beach, situated 45 minutes from Alibaug and is known for its delicious food and breezy climate. While camping by this beach here are some things that one must do. Below is the list of 10 things to do while camping with TLOW in Revdanda: Table of Contents1. Tum-Tum ride Enjoy the unusual tum-tum...
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Shop in Majuli

A Hidden Gem: Kamalabari, Assam

Kamalabari is a small township on the island of Majuli in Assam and is located at a distance of around 19 km from Nimati Ghat. The town of Kamalabari is the main gateway to the longest river island in the world and is the most important developed town in Majuli. The best way to reach Kamalabari...
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Momos from Kasol

10 Top street foods in Kasol

Kasol is like the base camp for most backpackers and it does serve up some yummy street food. What’s more, the chilly weather out there makes your stomach crave and your taste buds call for more. Here are 10 street foods we recommend. Table of ContentsStreet MomosEgg ParathaGinger Lemon Honey TeaMaggiThukpaWaffles and CrepesApple Crumble Pie with...
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Majuli island Assam

Magical largest river island in the world: Majuli, Assam

Situated deep in the heart of the mighty Brahmaputra river in the north-eastern state of Assam is the island of Majuli. India’s first island district, it is also the largest river island in the world. Majuli is located 200 km east from the state capital of Guwahati and is also the cultural capital of Assam. To...
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Sangla village

7 must do things in Sangla, Himachal Pradesh

Sangla in Himachal Pradesh is known as the light pass and is called so because the valley receives sunlight during the day. There are snow-clad mountains surrounding and the Kinner Kailash peak can be seen as well. The Baspa River flows through the valley and that is why it is also known as the Baspa Valley....
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Awas beach sunset

Serene village to laze by the beach: Awas, Alibaug

The idyllic Alibaug coast is located just 120 kms away from the Mumbai mainland. There are two options to get there. The ferry service from Gateway of India or Ferry Wharf to either Mandwa or Rewas from where there are bus services or share rickshaws to Awas on the Alibaug. The other option is to drive...
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Hiking to Chandartal lake

10 offbeat places in India to celebrate your birthday

Someone rightly said, “There are two great days in a person’s life — the day we’re born and the day we discover why.” Even though some of us haven’t discovered the latter as yet we can celebrate the former. Since India is filled with varied cultures, traditions, climates, you can make the best use of it,...
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Magical Village by the sea: Akshi, Maharashtra

Just 102 kilometres from Mumbai and 146 kilometres from Pune, lies the sleepy beach village of Akshi. The perfect break from the daily city life, is a few days in the lap of nature with the seagulls flying by and the fish washing along the shore at Akshi. From Mumbai, getting to Akshi by road, one...
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Amazing weekend place for beach lovers: Alibaug, Maharashtra

Being just 120 kilometres south of Mumbai and around 140 kilometres from Pune, makes Alibaug a favourite weekend getaway for city dwellers from both. The scenic beaches and idyllic life make Alibaug a go-to place for many Mumbaikars and Puneites. Many drive down to Alibaug, while some from Mumbai prefer to take the ferry service to...
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Camping at triund

10 reasons to travel after a break up

There is no pain that can be equivalent to the pain of a heartbreak. It’s one of those times in life where one’s entire world comes to a standstill. At this point in time, when saturated with negative vibes, just wanting to get back to the happy times, its best to leave the world behind, take...
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3 Fun must visit beaches of Kerala

Kerala is not only the land of coconuts, but also the land of the most picturesque beaches in the country. Each beach has its own vibe, its own character and something unique to offer every traveller. Here’s a quick list of a few beaches from the coastal paradise of Kerala that is a must-visit for every...
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Photo shoot at tyrb

7 reasons why parents should encourage teens to backpack

When one thinks about travel or backpacking one would think freedom; a sense of independence. While the thrill is obvious, there is an ambiguity as one has to travel to a new place. Just as birds, parents need to push their teenagers out of their nests to explore with their backpacks. Here are some reasons why...
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Gateway to the Heavenly backwaters :Alleppey, Kerala

If you want to experience the backwaters of Kerala, Alleppey is one of the many places where travellers can take to the sea. Around 80 km away from the bustling city of Ernakulum, Alleppey can be reached by road via tourist cabs or local buses. Alleppey bus depot is just a stone’s throw away from the...
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Hikkim post office

10 Effective ways travel turns strangers to friends

We get so much from travelling to places – the experience, the thrill, the adventure. It’s like a wave filled with excitement and nervousness where you have the freedom to experiment with your life. Moreover, travel gives you friends. It gives you an advantage of meeting strangers who you can share this wave of excitement with...
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Goa in another state: Fort Kochi, Kerala

The first thing you’d notice before touching the shores of Kochi, Kerala are the verdant canopies of coconut trees as they gently sway as if to wave a welcoming hello. The aerial view on board a flight is just breathtaking and adds truth to the slogan: Kerala – God’s Own Country. If you were an omnipresent...
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Rann of Kutch

10 TLOW trips for college students

Find yourself trapped between the four walls of your classroom with your mind wandering through the mountains and beaches you crave to explore? Think you don’t have enough money to take a trip away from the city? Well… Think again! Here’s a list of 10 The Land of Wanderlust (TLOW) trips every college student must go...
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Dholavira Kutch

The forgotten Harappan civilization : Dholavira, Gujarat

Dholavira is the site of the world-famous Harappan civilization which is located deep inside the island of Khadir, amidst the salt plains of the Great Rann of Kutch in Gujarat. Dholavira is one of the five largest Harappan sites in the world and the most prominent archaeological site in India belonging to the Indus Valley Civilization....
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