Trip to The Great Wall of India: Kumbhalgarh Fort & Parshuram Mahadev Temple

Located about 80 kms North-West of Udaipur (Rajasthan), Kumbhalgarh is the second largest Fort in Rajasthan, after Chittor Fort. It boasts of one of the largest wall complex in the world, with its over 38 kms long wall. Add in the itinerary, a ‘not-so-difficult’ trek in the quiet, laid back Aravalli hills, to visit the cave of Parshuram, the sixth reincarnation of Lord Vishnu and you have a perfect weekend getaway.

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Trekking to Hemkund Sahib & Valley of Flowers National Park

Uttarakhand, a state in Northern India, has a number of easily accessible and some really difficult pilgrimage sites that one can visit. For the Hindus, it is the ‘Dev Bhoomi’, i.e. the ‘Land of Gods’. It also offers some wonderful terrain for easy and difficult treks. Trek lovers can get a chance of visiting these religious sites, with the challenge of a trek thrown in. For others, easier modes of transportation are available to reach these beautiful places.

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Tyger Tyger, Burning Bright – Bandhavgarh National Park

A visit to any natural habitat of a animal has its own charm and if that animal happens to be a ferocious big cat, the excitement is at a different level altogether. The anticipation of seeing even one tiger, keeps the adrenaline high and the heart pumping loudly. A ride into a jungle; being in sync with its sounds; looking at the virgin ground with trees as far as the eyes can see… all leaves you feeling small and insignificant as you re-enter back into the cacophonous, concrete jungle of man.

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Jabalpur, India’s marble city

India is so diverse; with a rich culture and heritage that any state you travel in, will have much to offer in terms of its history, its topography, its culture and the cuisine. Every state will have something different that you may not get to see elsewhere; something which would be exclusive only to that state. A small city, like, Jabalpur, in Madhya Pradesh, has the mighty Narmada flowing through marble rocks, for almost 8 kms. A boat ride through this gorge, is a truly memorable experience and a cable car ride across this gorge can make the trip unforgettable.

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India’s Tropical Haven — Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Taste of Kala Pani – Andaman & Nicobar islands: These group of Islands in the Bay of Bengal, may not sound so exciting to a tourist, but they have the best beaches, many with exciting water adventures, beautiful coral reefs and a chance to feel like ‘Tarzan’ as you may get to see some indigenous tribes as you drive through jungles and sail through mangrove and tropical rainforests.

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Fabulous Goa weekend for 50-plus kickass women travelers

Ahoy, Goa! The ideal travel getaway with your gang of girls is Goa. This small State in the Western side of India is a paradise for just chilling or going crazy in trance parties. Once this was home to hippies from all over the world but is now very tourist friendly. A perfectly safe place for women travelling alone, Goa is all about peace and love.

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Hong Kong – Pearl of the Orient

Hong Kong in 2017: The former British colony, Hong Kong, inspite of being densely populated, is a tourist’s delight. While kids can have a blast at Disneyland, adults can have a whale of a time shopping and sightseeing. There is easy accessibility to places like Macau, which is the “Las Vegas of Asia” and Shenzhen (China), so one can cover three places easily in a few days.

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Namastey London

One of the World’s most visited cities, London, the capital of England and the United Kingdom, has always fascinated visitors, probably because of Queen Elizabeth II, the current and longest-reigning Monarch. The world’s cultural capital has many historical places to see and most can be accessed by ‘The London Underground’ which is the oldest railway network in the world.

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The Rambagh Palace

To experience royalty to the fullest, to get a slice of royal life; a one night stay at the former residence of the Maharaja of Jaipur, is an experience worth spending every dollar on. Right from the reception on arrival, to the incredible hospitality, to the magnificent architecture, to the walk through two and half centuries of royal lives and times… its breathtaking all the way.

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Two-day Jaipur trip: 16th century historical adventure

The historical city and capital of Rajasthan, is a delightful place to visit during a weekend in winters. Many tourists combine it with a tour of New Delhi and Agra, as a part of ‘India’s Golden Triangle’. Home to one of the most beautiful woman in the world, Maharani Gayatri Devi, Jaipur boasts of many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, like, Amber Fort and Jantar Mantar.

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Geneva – A Walking Holiday

Wow walking holiday for family: The second most populous city of Switzerland, Geneva, also known as “The City of Peace” is home to almost twenty International Organisations. A city, where most places are in walking distance of each other and one can have a most relaxed holiday strolling along the quayside, or in some park or just window shopping at the smart and exclusive boutiques found here.

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Mystical Leh Ladakh: Its palace and monasteries

There are many countries that practice Buddhism and many monasteries that are built for monks but if you want to see some the world famous ancient monasteries standing proudly in a rugged and inaccessible terrain, Ladhak is a place to visit. The scenic drive to these colourful and architectural marvels situated on hill tops will get your senses reeling and make you feel light headed in the thin air at that altitude and you will wonder how these ascetics live here for months.

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