8 Reasons Of Why You Should Go Camping

Camping helps in strengthening physical abilities, boosting mental stability, increasing social engagements, becoming environmentally conscious, breathing fresh air, eating delicious barbecue, enjoying night sky and isolating from busy life

We all associate camping with adventure, fun, and loads of excitement. However, did you know that camping is much more beyond this? While people connect with nature better during treks and camping, involving in such activities also makes a better … Read More

Kashmir Great Lakes (KGL) Trek

Kashmir Great Lakes Trek

When you think of Kashmir, your eyes visualize a canvas of endless meadows and alpine lakes with cobalt-blue waters nested amidst high-altitude mountains. Rightfully, Kashmir cherishes the title, ‘Paradise on Earth’. Well, it’s really a paradise with manicured carpets handcrafted … Read More

Kalga Eco-Village In Himachal Pradesh, Parvati Valley

Kalga travel guide

Kalga (Also known as “Kalgha”) village in Parvati valley (Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh) is a scenic tourist attraction. In this article, we will explore Kalga with the main attractions, map, homestays, itinerary, nearby places, and the best time to … Read More

Double-Decker Living Root Bridge in Meghalaya

Double decker living root bridge, Meghalaya

Meghalaya- the wettest state of India, is enriched with green mountains, rivers, valleys, varieties of flora, fauna, and the famous living root bridges. Meghalaya’s most attractive living root bridge is the double-decker root bridge that can be seen at Umshiang … Read More

Kheerganga Trek From Kasol – Complete Travel Guide

Kheerganga Trek

Nestled at an altitude of 2956 meters (9678 ft.) and surrounded by the Himalayan mountain range, Kheerganga or Khirganga is a scenic trekking destination from Kasol at Parvati valley in Himachal Pradesh, India. As per locals, Kheerganga has spiritual significance … Read More

Tinchuley Homestays With Sightseeing Attractions

Tinchuley travel guide

Tinchuley is a small eco-village at an altitude of 5800 ft. in North Bengal, just 32 km away from Darjeeling town. The name “Tinchuley” means three ovens (or chullahs) that resemble the three hilltops in a formation of an oven … Read More