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Wanderlust travel stories
Parvati valley

10 Fun things you gain from backpacking

Backpacking is something that forces you out of your comfort zone into new cultures and to new places. Backpacking to new places makes you realise that the world is not such a scary place after all. There are some many things we can gain from travelling that we cannot gain by staying with the four walls...
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Kalo Dungar

The black hills where jackals are served meals: Kalo Dungar, Gujarat

Kalo Dungar also known as the black hills of Kutch is the highest point in the district. The hills are situated at an altitude of around 1516 feet above sea-level (462 metres). Kandva village is the closest inhabited village which is located around 25 kilometres from Kalo Dungar and there is a dense forest cover that...
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Dawki morning boat

10 Killer tips for a first time backpacker

Every first time backpacker is drowned in the dilemma of what has to be packed, what has to be done and a gamut of other questions. Here are some mistakes which one can avoid on their first backpacking trip. Table of Contents1. Pack too much stuff2. Avoid wearing jeans3. Don’t anticipate, just participate4. Check the weather...
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Where the dinosaurs rest: Bhimasar, Gujarat

The tribal village of Bhimasar in Anjar taluka of Kutch district in western Gujarat is at a distance of around 65 kilometres from the town headquarters of Bhuj. Hiring a private car or taxi from Bhuj is the best way to reach Bhimasar and the fossil park. Public transportation in Kutch is unreliable and depending on...
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Bhandardara Yolo cafe 2.0

10 reasons to travel after graduation

Like every other teen around my age, I too wondered, what was this whole ‘hype’ of travelling after graduation ? Was it only a part of the youth phase of life everybody went through or was it this sheer determination to explore beyond boundaries? Were people only travelling for good profile pictures on their Facebook or...
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Mandvi Kutch

Home to a 400-year-old ship building yard: Mandvi, Gujarat

Mandvi is a small beach town located around 56 km south of the district headquarters of Bhuj in the state of Gujarat. The town has a 400-year-old shipbuilding industry, which till date builds small wooden ships and was once a thriving port in the region. There are multiple ways of reaching the beach town of Mandvi...
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10 Fun tips to get your girl to travel

Travelling with your loved one can be a great excuse for getting to know each other better. Be it a hike to the Himalayas, a getaway to Hawaii or even a luxurious trip to Las Vegas; the results post-vacation can be astonishing. But what a bummer it is if your girl is not a big fan...
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View from Bhuj fort

Gateway to Rann of Kutch : Bhuj, Gujarat

The headquarters of Kutch district located in western Gujarat, Bhuj is the gateway to the Rann of Kutch which is the famous salt desert region in the state. Bhuj has an extremely rich history and was the epicentre of civilization and prehistoric archaeological findings. There are multiple ways of getting to Bhuj. The first option travellers...
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7 budget travel backpacks

There’s a reason why traveller’s are called backpackers as backpacks or bagpacks are a hiker or traveller’s best companion. Thus a backpack has to reflect the style of its owner. A travel backpack is not the same as your everyday backpack. It has to weigh less as well as hold a large volume of goods in...
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The Soulful Lake Land: Nainital, Uttarakhand

Nainital, a splendid hill station situated in the state of Uttarakhand is approximately 6841 feet (2085 m)above sea-level. For Delhiites, it has always been one of the most preferred places to travel to for a holiday with less number of travelling hours. Nainital is almost 285 kilometres from Delhi via road. It takes 5-6 hours to...
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The Peace land of five hills: Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh

Dalhousie is a small town in the Chamba region, in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh. It is situated on five hills – Kathalagh, Potreyn, Terah, Bakrota and Bhangora. The town has an elevation of 1970 metres above sea level. Located on the western edge of the Dhauladhar mountain range of the Himalayas, it is surrounded...
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Chalal village

Birthday in the mountains

The Ganapati season is live in Bombay and with my birthday being in the same week, all I planned was to kill my time in Bombay with friends. But just a week before the fest aviaries a friend convinced me to join him for a Parvati valley hike. And boy, I am glad I got convinced!!!...
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Golden temple

Where the Golden Temple glitters: Amritsar, Punjab

Amritsar, also known as Ambarsar was founded in 1577 by the fourth Sikh Guru Ram Das. The city is home to Sikhism’s holiest shrine, the spectacular Golden Temple or the Harmandir Sahib.  Located in the state of Punjab, the city of Amritsar close to the Pakistan border and is 450 kms from Delhi, the national capital....
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Tyrb Bhandardara

Eight best budget travel speakers

Every travel journey requires music at the back while you bond with your travel mates. With wireless Bluetooth connection creating the hype as well as the ease to blast your music anytime on the road, there are a vast variety of speakers available in the market today. Speakers are often heavy on the wallet depending on...
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Grahan village

The magic honey village: Grahan, Himachal Pradesh

If you’re looking to explore the lesser-known villages in Parvati Valley then a 10 km hike to the village of Grahan is an absolute must. The village is located north of the Hippie town of Kasol in Himachal Pradesh. The village of Grahan is situated at an altitude of around 7,700 feet above sea level (2347...
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Chilling in the room

Six most useful apps for backpacking

While backpacking one is often left in the wild literally. Thankfully, we have smartphones that can be a huge help to get around the place one is backpacking to. Here is a list of six useful apps for backpackers. Table of Contents1. Cameringo- The photographer’s tool kit apps2. Foodspotting- Tinder for foodies3. Maps.me offline maps +...
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The source of River Giri Ganga: Khara Pathar, Himachal Pradesh

Khara Pathar is a tiny Himalayan village located deep within a dense forest area covered with Deodar trees and apple orchids in the Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh. Khara Pathar is situated at an altitude of around 8770 feet above sea -level (2500 metres). The village is also the base for the hike to the source...
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DSLR camera

Top 5 budget cameras for travellers 2016

While some travellers prefer being the trending travel enthusiasts by using heavy-duty Digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR)s with wide focal length and zoom there are some that would rather use a polaroid. Travellers who mostly prefer treks like to travel as light as possible so the best option when it comes to cameras are point and...
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Last village on the Indo-Tibet border: Chitkul, Himachal Pradesh

A 28 km bumpy uphill drive from the town of Sangla in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh will lead one to Chitkul, the last village on the Indo-Tibet border. Chitkul is situated at a towering altitude of around 11,319 feet above sea-level (3450 m) and is the highest inhabited village in the Sangla Valley. To...
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8 tips for a safer journey

In a county like India where safety seems much of privilege than a right, these safety tips should be kept in mind not just for long journeys but also for travel to work and back. It can also come in handy if you are working a night-shift or in an unknown place. Table of Contents1. Research...
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Rakkcham in HP

The Nomadic Himalayan village: Rakcham, Himachal Pradesh

Rakcham is a small village of nomads located around 13 km from the apple town of Sangla in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh. The nomadic village is situated at an altitude of 10,000 feet above sea-level (3048 metres) and is sandwiched between Sangla and the last village on the Indo-Tibet border, Chitkul. There are multiple ways...
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Tin house at Bhandaradara

10 daily life modifications to save cash for your next big trip

Going on a trip can be an expensive affair and saving money for it can be a problem for college students and young professionals. Saving money needs a plan which has to be effectively executed. Here are 10 simple changes that you can make in your day to day life to save money for a trip....
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Shimla town

The breath-taking Himachali capital: Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

Situated at an altitude of around 7,238 feet above sea-level (2,205 metres) is the hill station of Shimla in Himachal Pradesh which is also arguably the most famous Himalayan holiday destination in India. Shimla was also the summer capital of the British during their rule in India. There are multiple ways of getting into Shimla. The...
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Guwahati Guwahati

5 pants your wardrobe needs if you are a traveller

What kind of traveller are you? When you pack how do you decide what pant is the perfect pant for you? Do you stop and look at the map? Carrying the correct pants is vital to your blissful holiday. Maybe take a look at the daily forecast and see what the weather today might just be...
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The Land Of Apple & Cherry Blossom: Narkanda, Himachal Pradesh

Narkanda is a small village situated at an altitude of 8885 feet above sea level (2708 M) in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The village is around 65 kilometres from Shimla and is surrounded by the Shivalik range. Narkanda can be easily reached via public transport or by driving down there. It is a skiing resort...
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21 Must Do Fun Things In Leh Ladakh

Leh Ladakh are on the bucket list of many travellers in India and around the world. Here are 21 things that one should surely do when in the land of yaks and lamas. 1. Leh Ladakh Street food The town of Leh Ladakh has plenty of street food options from Maggie, momos, bread omlette, parathas, mutton...
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The Apple Village In Parvati Valley: Kalga, Himachal Pradesh

Kalga is a relatively lesser-known Himalayan village which is wedged deep in the forest of the Parvati Valley in Himachal Pradesh overlooking the Parbathi dam construction work. Kalga is situated at an altitude of around 8,435 feet above sea-level and is one of the two start points to the Kheerganga hike. To reach Kalga, the best...
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Camping at triund

A Hike To A Starry Sky Campsite: Triund Hill, Himachal Pradesh

While in the Himalayan spiritual town of Mcleod Ganj in Himachal Pradesh, a hike to the famous campsite at Triund which is situated at an altitude of around 9,760 feet above sea level (3242 metres)  is a must for everyone. This one is not just for the adventure junkies but more for the 9-5 corporate worker who...
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Checklist for Revdanda Camping

Here are a list of things to carry while camping by the beach in Revdanda. Revdanda Must-have Backpack 1L water bottle Shoes/slippers Torch Two blankets Sweatshirt Toiletries Towel Mosquito Repellent cream Optional Sleeping bag Toilet roll Travel charger Hand sanitizer Cap Extra set of clothes For a similar experience, >>Click here
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In peace at Parashar Lake

A Hidden Lake, With A Feel Of Wanderlust: Parashar Lake, Himachal Pradesh

Parashar Lake is a high altitude freshwater sacred lake located in Mandi district of the Himalayan state of Himachal Pradesh. Parashar lake is situated at an altitude of around 8,960 feet above sea level (2,730 metres). It lies 49 km north of the town of Mandi and there are multiple ways of getting to the lake....
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