TRAVEL & LIVING

‘Wild Planet’ a luxury jungle resort located in Devala, between Wayanad and Mudhumalai Tiger Reserve

Wild Planet is truly one of a kind, all inclusive Indian eco-lodge which is surrounded by forest and is one of the most remote, adventurous, romantic and unique resort one can ever come across. At Wild Planet, guests take the

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Discover Melbourne by foot

As a traveller, I believe that the best way to explore any destination is on foot. Melbourne, one of my all time favourite cities with its lanes and arcades has so much to offer on its streets. In this post

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The Top 12 Happiest Countries

These are the happiest countries in the world, according to the 2016 Happy Planet Index. The report measures how effectively countries’ residents use their resources to achieve long and happy lives. Nations are rated according to four factors – ecological

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Caferides- One stop destination for luxury motorcycle rentals now in kochi

Welcome to CAFERIDES, One stop destination for luxury motorcycle rentals! With plenty of diverse terrains, high ranges and hill stations, Kerala always attracts nature enthusiasts and adventure travelers. The thrill of exploring the places on a luxury motorcycle is incomparable

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No more free-visa policy for Indians visiting Hong Kong

New Delhi [India], Dec. 20 : Hong Kong has withdrawn the visa-free facility for Indians, who will now have to complete a pre-arrival registration to be implemented from January 23, thus, doing away with its free-visa policy that allowed Indians

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Short trips from Chennai perfect for a quick weekend getaway

Chennai may be getting just a little pleasant right about the time that you are reading this. But the capital of Tamil Nadu is hot almost all year round. And if you’re here, chances are you are looking for opportunities to

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WAYANAD TOURISM – WAY BEYOND- video

Have you been to Kerala? To be precise, have you visited Wayanad? If not, you will make it your next tourist destination this vacation after falling in love with the latest video released by DTPC Wayanad and District Administration. The four-minute

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Bali must do experiences

Six experiences in Bali that you must not miss Very rarely I tend to visit the same destination more than once. But Bali has been an exception. The island has already beckoned me thrice and I am heading there for

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30 things to do in Chennai

Come August and it is time to celebrate Madras Day and the birth of the city – the day, a small piece of a fishing hamlet was sold to the British .They went on to create the settlement Madras or

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How to climb Kilimanjaro without the crowds

Many trekkers arrive at Mount Kilimanjaro dreaming of a grand wilderness adventure on the world’s tallest freestanding mountain. At the very least, they expect some peace and quiet to contemplate the toughest physical challenge they might ever face. Finding a

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Yousmarg or the Meadow of Jesus in Kashmir

Snow clad mountains laced with alpine forests greet us and the road takes us towards fresh pastures. The conifers stand as sentinels watching over every tourist entering the valley. And I stand there, drenched in rain, surrounded by acres of

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Dawn at Nagin Lake, Kashmir

Notes from a houseboat in Kashmir It was the quintessential Kashmiri moment. On a placid lake floated a tiny boat brimming with delicate blooms, in vibrant hues. It seemed like the picture postcard had just come alive .Even the cliches

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Rain and snow at Gulmarg, Kashmir

One of the most dos is the Gulmarg Gondola ride in Kashmir “Mumbai ka fashion and Kashmir ka mousam – donon ka koi barosa nahin,” says my driver Basheer, indicating that Kashmir’s weather is as fickle minded as Mumbai’s fashion

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St Angelo Fort in Kannur and its stories

Heroes don’t feature in the stories around forts. A villain sometimes makes for a more interesting tale. That is the legend I hear when I land in Kannur. Colonial flavour runs high in the town even centuries after Vasco da

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Britons survived in Mexican jungle on peanuts and fish

A woman has told how she and three travellers survived on peanuts and raw fish after becoming stranded for five days in the Mexican jungle. Rachel Bradley’s group lost their gear when a canoe capsized in the Candelaria river, in

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