• Things To Do In Jaisalmer : My Travel Diary
    I’ve lived the city life ( based in Mumbai ), hiked the mountains in the Himachal, cruised the backwaters in Kerala, left my footprints on the beaches of Goa and before i made it to the islands of Andaman and the unexplored east i booked my flight to Jaisalmer. The […]
  • Places To See In Rishikesh
    I decided I wanted to do something fun on my Birthday. And Rishikesh being the adventure capital of India I figured what better place than that. The destination was set. The next step was to do a proper research on places to see in Rishikesh which I totally skipped and […]
  • Ooty- The Queen of hill stations
    The Sahyadri ranges in western part of India extends from Gujarat to Kerala and is a home to many hill stations like Mahabaleshwar, Matheran, Munnar and many others. They all excel in natural beauty particularly during the monsoons but Ooty sets a higher standard among these. Ooty, situated at an […]
  • 8 Reasons to visit Rann of Kutch
    Great climate during the night, astonishing landscape and a perfect alternative for people who just wish to the see the normal sand desert. Even though this whole place can be covered in 4 days’ time, it should not skip one’s bucket list. It’s one of the most beautiful destinations I […]
  • Less Explored Places To Visit In Sikkim
    Sikkim situated in the north east part of India, has wonderful mountainous terrains, is relatively unexplored by tourists and is not that easily accessible  but if you visit it once you might be astonished with this place’s beauty. Here, places like Lachen, Lachung and Gurudongmar lake in the northern territory […]
  • Coorg Scotland of India?
    Coorg is popularly known as Scotland of India. Honestly, I have never been to Scotland and neither have I seen many pictures on the internet so I can’t really compare the two of them. What I can say is that by far, Coorg (in Monsoon) is the greenest place I […]
  • Mumbai : Points of Interest
    Mumbai, this metropolitan city is best known for its contrasting features and diversity. From skyscrapers to slums, from 19th century buildings to 21st century, from temples to mosques to churches. This city in my opinion, can be called as a mini India, as people all over the country fascinated by […]