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night vibe of virpaksha

Virupaksha Temple: Hampi, Karnataka

The Virupaksha Temple is located at the south of the Ganesh images, at the foot of the hill called Hemakuta Hill. The temple is commonly referred to as Pampapathi temple by the locals and is the most sacred of the temples of this place. Historically this temple has an uninterrupted history from about the 7th century....
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Spiti Valley barren roads

Backpacker’s road trip around Kinnaur & Spiti Valley in 11 days

Here is The Land Of Wanderlust’s blueprint to a road trip through Kinnaur & Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh, which is also known as the world within a world because of its absolute remoteness, rugged roads and high altitude villages. Spiti Valley TRIP COST: RS 22,000 + 5% GST = Rs 23,100/-  Inclusion:  Accommodation. (3 to 6...
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Closed shop in the village

A glimpse of Daman before the Portuguese: Bhimpor village, Nani Daman

While in the Union Territory of Daman a good offbeat place to visit is the village of Bhimpor. This village is located within the traveller’s hub of Nani Daman. To reach the village of Bhimpor, take the road leading to Devka beach and at the last junction before the beach turn right and after about another...
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Temple in Junagadh

5N/6D Fun Trip around Junagadh & Sasan Gir

From the ancient town of Junagadh which houses the 10k step hike to the holy hill of Girnar, the spooky haunted fort. A visit to the Siddi and Maldhari tribal villages along with a jeep safari to spot the Asiatic lion, this is our backpacking trip around the lesser travelled part of Gujarat.   Junagadh Trip cost:...
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St. Jerome

Citadel of the Portuguese in India: St. Jerome fort, Nani Daman

A place not to miss while backpacking or travelling around the beautiful union territory of Daman is the Portuguese fort of St. Jerome. The St. Jerome fort is also referred to as Nani Daman fort by the locals. The fort is located on the northern side of the Damanganag River and is about a 10 minute...
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Fishing trawlers parked at the beach

Some recreational time by the sea: Devka Beach, Nani Daman

Located at a distance of about 3 km from the Nani Daman bust stop, is the famous Devka beach in Daman.  This beach is best approached by foot; there is also parking space just at the entrance of the beach for both two and four-wheel vehicles. Devka beach is an excellent place to spend some time...
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Get-social-at-Bhandardara

Check list for Bhandardara Camping

Here are a list of things to carry while camping out under the open sky in Bhandardara Table of ContentsMust Have:Bhandardara Optional: Must Have: Backpack 2L water bottle Shoes/slippers Torch Two  blankets Sweatshirt Toiletries Power Banks for charging electronic devices Dry snacks like biscuits, wafers, namkeens etc  Bhandardara Optional: Sleeping bag Toilet roll Travel charger Towel...
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Watch tower in Moti Daman

2 Portuguese churches and a light house: Moti Daman

The smaller of the two sections of the Union territory of Daman is Moti Daman. The funny fact about the name of this place is even though it is named Moti Daman which literally means Big Daman, is is smaller in size as compared to Nani Daman which is the other half of Daman. Moti Daman...
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Fisher man with his net at Nani Daman

Traveller’s Escape in Daman: Nani Daman

Larger of the two Daman divisions, Nani Daman even though the literal translation of the name is small Daman is the traveller’s hub of Daman since most of the accommodation, attractions and restaurants are located in this section of the union territory. To reach Nani Daman take the Daman route. From Vapi railway station board a...
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Gokarna main beach

Amazing trip to beach and temple town of Gokarna

Here is a blueprint to the temple town of Gokarna in the state of Karnataka and the beautiful beaches that are in close proximity. Gokarna TRIP COST: Rs 4,500 + 5% GST = Rs 4,725/- Inclusion: Accommodation Travel around Gokarna Entry Fee Permits Exclusion: Breakfast Lunch. Dinner. For more information please contact us on the phone numbers...
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Fishing boats at Nani Daman

The Portuguese town: Daman

The island of Daman is sandwiched between the two industrial states of Maharashtra and Gujarat. It is one half of the beautiful union territory of Daman and Diu. The town was governed by the Portuguese until the year 1961, as a result of which Daman has a lot of Portuguese culture and heritage. There are multiple...
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No swimming sing board

Blissful and Serene: Paradise Beach, Pondicherry

Paradise Beach is a must visit place for everyone, who is travelling in and around Pondicherry. The real name of the beach is Chunnambar, but very few people call this beach by its original name since over the years the beach has earned the name Paradise mainly due to two factors one is the peaceful and...
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Women selling king Naga chilli

Women and the backpacking experience

As backpacking involves the process of continuous movement and shoe-string budgets it varies greatly from a luxurious holiday and hence is associated with youngsters. Backpacking Even in the association bit, backpacking is assumed to be macho and less feminine. Women today face safety issues in their own hometowns while commuting to and fro. In the last...
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Beach shore in Pondicherry

Surf the waves in India: Auroville Beach, Pondicherry

Located about 12 km north of Pondicherry is the Auroville Beach. This is more commonly known as Auro Beach to the local people. Auroville Beach attracts a huge amount of crowd since it is located in close proximity to the Auroville Ashram. Auroville Beach To reach Auroville Beach take the same route required to reach the...
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Prayer wheels in Punakha

A journey form that helps discover more: Solo Travel

Generally, the associations with travel are family, friends and loved ones. People go on holidays and sight-seeing with a group and the activity of travel is a social experience. Backpacking has two facets to it; there is the group travel where 3-8 people go to a place together. Solo Travel This group uses public transport, cheap...
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Auroville dome Pondicherry

The Spiritual Township: Auroville, Pondicherry

Sri Aurobindo Ashram also more commonly known as Auroville is arguably the most famous attraction in the union territory of Pondicherry.  The town attracts both domestic and foreign devotees from all over the world who flock to this ashram for spiritual guidance. Established in the year 1926, Sri Aurobindo Ashram was founded by one of India’s...
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Half moon beach Gokarna

Safety tips while travelling in India

For those who love travel, spending time out is a regular affair. But with travel to an unknown place, there is the added facet of safety precautions and dangers that have to be dealt with. Travel Holidaying to various places provides the opportunity to see new places and meet new people, but also the danger of...
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Men dressed as a Devi in Pondicherry

The Positive Side of Pondicherry

Pondicherry which is well known for its French culture has much more to offer to travelers than just the French heritage town and churches. The town has a vibrant Tamil feel to the place enhanced by its culture and cuisine. While strolling along the streets of Pondicherry during the day time, it is a common sight...
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Road leading to Kass plateau

Backpacking around Kaas plateau & Satara |

Here is The Land Of Wanderlust blueprint to a road trip through the beautiful Kaas plateau and neighboring villages in Satara district of Maharastra. Table of ContentsKaas plateau Trip Cost: Rs 3500/- Kaas plateau  Trip Cost: Rs 3500/- Inclusion: Accommodation Travel Entry Fee Permits Exclusion: Food. Only on payment of 50% of the trip cost will a seat be confirmed. For more...
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French architecture in Pondicherry

A walk into the history and culture of Pondicherry’s heritage town

The union territory of Pondicherry is also known by many as the French colony in India. Since this small town was a French colony for over 250 years and even post the Indian independence until the year 1962 and as a result of that, the French culture and influence is very much still alive in the...
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Matheran hill top

Maharashtra

Click on the places below to know more Backpacking:  Backpacking trips will cost Rs 1000/day (without food) and will have around 6 to 8 backpackers. Bordi = 2days Murud -> Janjira -> Kashid -> Revdanda = 3 days Murud -> Janjira = 2 days Revdanda -> Kashid = 2 days Malvan- Tarkarli- Devbag= 3 days Camping:...
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Wall art in Pondicherry

Town of Contrasting cultures: Pondicherry

Located on the eastern coast of Southern India along the Bay of Bengal is the small Union Territory of Pondicherry, which is also known to many as Puducherry.  Pondicherry was the largest French Colony in India and till date has a very strong French influence. Pondicherry There are multiple ways of getting to Pondicherry. By road...
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Snail in Matheran

Weekend bliss, monkeys and nature trails: Matheran, Maharashtra

Located at an altitude of about 2,635 feet above sea-level is the tiny hill station of Matheran, which is arguably the most famous and also the most visited hill station in the state of Maharastra. Matheran is a hill station that serves as a perfect get-a-way and stress buster for people living in Mumbai, India’s commercial...
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Ganeshpuri Hot spring

Meditation centre for peace: Ganeshpuri, Maharashtra

About 2 km from Vajreshwari is Ganeshpuri. Here there is a Nityananda Ashram that was built in the memory of the loin-clothed sage Nithyanada who took samadhi here decades ago.  This ashram is flocked by many tourists including foreigners throughout the year. Many of the foreign travellers come to the ashram for meditation, Yoga and enlightenment....
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Flowers at vajeshwari

A sulphur spring and a temple modelled on a fort: Vajreshwari, Maharashtra

The town of Vajreshwari lies on the banks of the river Tansa, in Thane district of Maharashtra. Vajreshwari is located at a distance of 75 km from Mumbai. This town is famous for the Hindu temple of Shree Vajreshwari Yogini Devi Mandir, which is dedicated to the Goddess Vajreshwari. The town was earlier known as Vadvali,...
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Trip Calendar

Incredible and insane all at once: Backpacking India

India, the land of the people of the Indus has over time grown in the 20th and 21st century to become a tourist destination thanks to the geographical variations in the country. From the icy cold Himalayas in the north to the hot and humid Goan coast in the west to the backwaters of Kerala in...
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Kune mission Pune

2 waterfalls and a plateau: Kune, Maharashtra

For those Mumbai or Pune-based people who are looking to camp in the wilderness over the weekend at a place that is not too far away from the city. A trip to Kune village which is located in the famous hill station of Khandala is an ideal getaway. Kune village is located at a distance of...
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Tents at Kheerganga

Backpacking—An experience for those who love the outdoors

Searches on the internet for the meaning of backpacking yields results that offer the division of the term into travel and wilderness backpacking. However, the true essence of backpacking involves a mix of travel and wilderness. The essence of backpacking involves low-cost travel with a backpack or luggage that is not heavy to carry. Besides that...
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Buffaloes taking a bath

Where the sounds of nature are audible: Dabhosa, Maharashtra

Dabhosa is a small village located at an altitude of about 1630 feet above sea level. Situated in the Thane district of the Jhawar Taluka, the village of Dabhosa is known for its picturesque setting, adventure activities and cultural heritage. Dabhosa is located about 170km away from Mumbai and about 95km from Nashik. There are multiple...
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The valley of shadows: Sandhan Valley, Maharashtra

Sandhan Valley is a part of the beautiful Sahyadri mountain range and offers a challenging trek. It is also called the Valley of Shadows because at some places the width between the rocks is less than three feet thus obstructing the rays of the sun casting shadows that make it difficult to click pictures due to...
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