Kasol: A Backpacker’s Paradise 1

Kasol: A Backpacker's Paradise
Facebook Google+ Twitter Kasol has always been a pit stop for backpackers moving to higher camps. It has shops selling all sorts of trekking essentials and knick knacks. A large number of Israelis and  Indians call Kasol their home for a greater part of the year, migrating to Goa during the winters. About the Place: ...

Kashid – An Offbeat Beach In Konkan India

Kashid - An Offbeat Beach In Konkan India
Facebook Google+ Twitter Staying in Maharashtra has its own perks. Hanging around with friends at the verdant Sahyadri or pristine beaches, Maharashtra has all of it. When it’s a weekend, I cannot stop myself from discovering new places, savoring different cuisines and indulging in adventurous activities. One weekend, we planned to explore Kashid, the virgin ...

Hippie’s Guide to Gokarna 1

Hippie's Guide to Gokarna
Facebook Google+ Twitter I think I speak for the majority when I say that every Indian’s idea of a beach holiday ends up in Goa. Surely, it can be heavenly for some with the sound of upbeat music hanging in the air as they sunbathe under the summer sun. But what if I told you ...

Best Places For Solo Travel In India 14

Best Places For Solo Travel In India
Facebook Google+ Twitter Solo Travel not only pushes you out of your comfort zone, it also pushes you out of the zone of others expectations – Suzy Strutner There are some things in life that you must do on your own, all by yourself and at least once. Solo Travel is gaining popularity among the ...

20 Backpackers Hostels In India That Every Traveller Should Know 33

20 Backpackers Hostels In India That Every Traveller Should Know
Facebook Google+ Twitter Low on budget but love travelling? Step aside, hotels from the days of yore! With crunched timelines and the high costs of hotel bookings, backpackers’ hostels in India are growing to be a very popular concept among young travellers in India. Gone are the days when hostels used to be an alien ...

Ladakh under 20k

Ladakh under 20k
Facebook Google+ Twitter Want to travel one of the most beautiful places in India, but are low on budget? Well, you are at the right place then. Ladakh is my home town and I’m going to help you tour it keeping in mind your budget. To begin with let me tell you a little about ...

Into the Wild – How I Spent Weeks Alone in the Parvati Valley 2

Into the Wild - How I Spent Weeks Alone in the Parvati Valley
Facebook Google+ Twitter After watching the movie Wild starring Reese Witherspoon, I decided to buy a tent and go live in the wild for a few days. In the movie which was based on a true story I saw a girl go on a trek alone and overcome obstacles and her fears. I figured being ...

Hippies In Goa : A Dummy’s guide to being Hippie in Goa 5

Hippies In Goa : A Dummy's guide to being Hippie in Goa
Facebook Google+ Twitter GOA! Part of the Hippie Trail of the world, Goa is on every travelers’ list for the sense of peace and euphoria that it offers. The ultimate party lovers paradise, the haven where parties only start, but end only when you walk out – where on one side you can find peace ...

Rishikesh – Beyond Temples and River Rafting 1

Rishikesh – Beyond Temples and River Rafting
Facebook Google+ Twitter Some come to Rishikesh to explore their adventure side, some to connect with spirituality, some to find Nirvana, some to simply lose or find themselves. Whatever might be your reason, whenever you might come, from wherever you might come; Rishikesh always welcomes you with open arms. Rishikesh has a lot to offer, ...

An Honest Account: My Musings as a Solo Backpacker in India

An Honest Account: My Musings as a Solo Backpacker in India
Facebook Google+ Twitter Ever since I quit my corporate life in 2013, I have only been travelling. My nomadic life has taken me to 20 states and 2 Union terrorities in India, which I solo backpacked to in a short span of 18 months. The irony is I never planned to quit my job. I ...