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Top hiking routes in South India for the adventure seeker Read Article

Top Hiking Routes in South India for the Adventure Seekers

Hiking is a lot of fun. My ideal Sunday would be me, wandering in the mountains with friends. For me, hiking or trekking is an excuse to get away from the regular hustle bustle of the city and indulge in a sense of exploration. If you’re looking for beautiful and adventurous hiking trails, South India wouldn’t disappoint you. As a trekker, there is no better alternative than Himalayas for sheer indulgence. But South India, with its verdant landscapes and untouched corners offer a wide range of experiences too. Here, I have mentioned some hikes and treks which I have personally experienced and would surely recommend. Chembra Peak, Kerala The highest peak in Wayanad, you can reach Chembra peak from Meppadi town. Once your trek starts, you will go through impressive tea
New Caledonia: Sights and Attractions Read Article

New Caledonia: The Pacific Island Paradise

A land of unsuspected beauties and natural wonders lies not very far away from Australia, yet it’s often overlooked by tourists. New Caledonia is a true tropical paradise hidden in the Pacific Ocean, but at disposal to everyone searching for the peace that only nature brings. The endless blue horizons, lush green hills and diverse underwater species will leave you with an out-of-this-world experience and a natural vibe of tranquility and serenity. Exploring the world's largest lagoon Encircling two thirds of the main island, New Caledonia’s lagoon is the largest one in the world with more than half of listed as World Heritage site. This amazing land also features the world’s second largest barrier reef which, along with the lagoon, features over 9,000 rare marine species. This
The best of Rajasthan over 10 days

The Best of Rajasthan in 10 Days

Think Rajasthan and the image of crenelated forts, impregnable palaces, faraway desert dunes dotted with colourful caravans and strains of raw voices crooning folk music emerges. The desert state of India is its biggest draw card with nary a year with low travel footprints in the high season

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