Solo trips have this inexplicable feeling of sheer thrill mixed with fear that makes them interesting. While travelling in groups has its benefits like you can lean on someone for help. Solo trips become special more so because the experiences always teach one to lean in. Isn’t finding oneself in midst of the worldly chaos beautiful? You can’t take our word for it, can you? Then read on about these amazing and adventurous women travellers who are treading their paths across cities and countries together.
Summers have set in full swing in most part of the country and winter isn’t coming for long. Well, what can be better than planning your travel at this time of the year? Travel, one of the best thing to learn about practicality in the lap of nature, refreshes the soul and mind alike. Right from being decisive (at the time of planning where to travel) to being brave & smart while travelling, it is ignored by many for a while too long. Apart from this, travel refreshes the mundane life (at least for a while) and gives you enough selfies to show off for at least the next 3 months. However, to travel more efficiently, serious travellers make use of technology while saving on cost and time. Hence, to make everyone travel smartly, we have compiled a list of travel apps that are MUST HAVE on your phone – Read more “4 MUST HAVE Apps To Travel Smartly in India”
Summer has arrived and it could consume you if you don’t ACT now. Yeah, literally! Before it really sets in and dries the blood running in you, plan to escape from it. Remember those cold winter nights when one used to feel like Manali or Shimla, right here in Delhi. Let’s rewind life a little bit and feel like it’s winter again. And, how? Plan a weekend to the hills and what better place to visit than the ever-bustling Parvati valley. Read more “Visit this place to escape the summer heat”
Uttarakhand, literally known as “The Land of Gods”, has always been a less pampered child of Mother India as compared to its elder brother, Himachal Pradesh. Yet, the Himalayas, here are as inviting & magnificent as they could be. The Best Treks in India or the best winter treks is a topic ignored by many, specially in Uttarakhand. Divided into 13 districts, Uttarakhand offers a lot of offbeat trekking routes, especially for winter treks. Garhwal and Kumaon Himalayas, home to at least 20 trekking routes (easy, moderate & extreme), invites people from all over the globe for an enthralling as well as de-stressful journeys, where one might find the lost passion or a route to explore for the next time. We prepared a list of the best winter treks one can undertake.
If you are looking for cool hostels in Rishikesh, you must come and have a look at The Hosteller. In case you have been to the Hosteller in New Delhi and Kasol, you must have seen what all we have to offer you. The Hosteller at Rishikesh is no ordinary hostel. The hosteller Rishikesh has a swimming pool, a dedicated cafe(The Hogger Café ) and chilling spaces throughout the hosteller. Various hostels in Rishikesh give you just a bed but do not care about your plans at all, your experiences and the fun you are supposed to have. And now that we have arrived at Rishikesh, one of the most sought for places in Asia, we give you everything that you had in mind while writing your itinerary for Rishikesh. Here they are: Read more “What all can you do at The Hosteller Rishikesh”
The diversity of India is distinguished and great. From the Himalayas to the deserts of Rajasthan. From the beauty of Kerala to the essence of Varanasi. India has something for everyone. But can a backpacker be satisfied by just hotels in India? Read more “How are hostels impacting the Indian travel scenario?”
It is not because of the incredible city that Delhi is that a backpacker should visit Delhi, but what else it has to offer. Quite simply, Delhi is the capital city of india and stop for every international traveller who come to explore India.Even the food in delhi pleases every traveller it welcomes. Here are some reasons why a backpacker should come to Delhi and not have second thoughts about where first in India should one stop at. Read more “Why a Backpacker Must Visit Delhi”
Culture is an unstoppable tide and when it has something to do with involving the common mass and youth, it flows into every possible corner of human existence. Similar is the Culture of Street Art in Delhi. What makes street art such an important facet of contemporary culture? In a world where dreams are lesser, routines defining lives and depression drawing its lethal perimeter around brighter minds, the most that street art does is bring people together and create something together. Read more “The Rise of Street Art in Delhi”
Despite the smog circling over Delhi, the World Travel and Tourism Council India Initiative (WTTCII) listed Delhi as the most tourism-friendly city in India. A recent survey done by WTTCII and Hotelivate, placed Delhi on the first rank in the list of tourism-friendly cities in India. And yes, it was a bit unexpected.
Food in India comes from a diverse culture and this diversity does not stop at these innovative and experimentation cafes. Along with authentic cuisines, customers are also looking for quirky and innovative ambiances that gives them a special experience by chilling at the best cafes in Delhi and the best restaurants in delhi. These are some of the best offbeat places you can be at. Read more “10 Cafes in Delhi that are the perfect spot to chill and relax”