Month: November 2016

Goa Diaries

I avoided Goa for a long time, travelling the length and breadth of India on several trips, but never making it to the vacation hot-spot known for beaches, sunsets and parties. And when I finally did, I fell in love with it. I loved the atmosphere, the many clean & serene beaches, and the chilled out vibe it was always known for. And out of that love, here’s my three-minute ode to Goa: Plan your trip to Goa, reading: Goa Travel Guide | Choosing A Perfect Beach In Goa For Your Holiday | Agonda Beach Travel Guide | Scuba Diving In Goa Subscribe to my Youtube channel, for more travel videos.

KARNATAKA Travel Guide

Karnataka is one of those rare Indian states where you will find something for everyone, from historical palaces to wildlife centuries to ancient ruins. At its nerve centre, lies the city of Bangalore that is India’s IT hub, with nearly 8 million people living inside it. In the south, is the much beautiful coastal line and hill districts, representing a quintessential India – of lush tropical vegetation and dominating temple sites. In its east, lies the gorgeous Western Ghats – home to world’s finest coffee and spices. TOP PLACES TO SEE AND EXPERIENCES TO TRY IN KARNATAKA Luxury Train Ride With The Golden Chariot: If money is no problem for you, and you want to explore Karnataka on a fast track while feeling like a royal personality, then there’s no better way doing it than in a luxury train. The Golden Chariot (one of the five luxury Maharaja trains operating in India) takes you through an epic journey across all the major highlights in Karnataka, including the town of Mysore, Hampi, Bandipur, Chickmangalur and Hassan. If I were to …

MEGHALAYA Travel Guide

Situated in the northeast region of India, Meghalaya is all about mesmerizing hills, dominating rain-forests, dramatic clouds and a lot of rain. The town of Cherapunji and Mawsynram are statistically among the wettest places on earth. English is the official language here, making communication with locals fairly hassle-free. I found Meghalaya as one of the safest and convenient places in India for solo travelling. The entire state is majorly populated by three indigenous tribes, who follow a matrilineal system with property names and wealth passing from mother to daughter. Visit Meghalaya to explore a non-clichéd and a different side of India. TOP PLACES TO SEE AND EXPERIENCES TO TRY IN MEGHALAYA Root Bridges In The Eastern Khasi Hills: This is something so unique that you can’t find it anywhere else in the world. Root bridges were made by indigenous Khasi people, living in and around the Village Nongriat, in Eastern Khasi Hills. There are a number of small root bridges around the area with a Double Decker Root bridge, unlike one of its kind, located in …