If India is one of the most budget-friendly countries to travel, the Himalayas in India takes the lead. Travelling in the Himalayas is so cheap that one can survive in under 500 Rupees a day. No, I am not kidding, as I have, myself, done it in the past.
Travelling in the Himalayas is moreover safe. And perhaps safety is the very first reason why it’s so easier to travel there on almost no money. Continue reading “3 Ways To Budget Travel In The Himalayas” »
No wonder, camping is an ultimate fun. But, it can be a lot of work too. From setting up your tent to making the fire to everything else in between, it demands a lot of brain and things to be done in right way.
With a little pre-planning and the following hacks, tips and insider tricks, you can enjoy camping even more. Continue reading “5 Useful Camping Tips To Always Remember” »
When I left home for my first ever solo trip, I had no intention of doing it. And it all happened because no one else wanted to join me. I moreover thought that solo travelling can’t be safe, must be lonely, and I would get bored.
But after a few journeys, I realised that solo travelling is amazing. It’s enthralling, educating, addictive and has its own benefits over travelling in a group. Continue reading “Common Fears That Stop You From Travelling Solo” »
I know travelling solo for the first time can be scary. But remember, you’re not the first one who is travelling solo. There’s a well-marked trail of solo travellers out there. And if they can do it, so can you! Continue reading “Travelling Solo For The First Time? Don’t Be Scared” »
For any journey, it’s important to pack smartly. I mean you should not be carrying too much with you, and neither too less.
Whether you are packing for a weekend or a few month holidays, these tips will help you with a stress-free packing process. So start with my handy packing list and be prepared for a happy holiday: Continue reading “10 Essential Packing Tips” »
Whether it’s your first trip or you’ve been travelling for years, making mistakes while travelling is unavoidable. And these mistakes, no matter how big or small, spoil the plan. The good news is, however, that with a little planning, it’s easy enough to avoid some of the most common travel mistakes so you can spend your time enjoying your vacation.
If you avoid these mistakes, you can travel for much cheaper, smarter and happier. Continue reading “7 Biggest Travel Mistakes To Avoid” »
It’s so easy to offend local people in India and create a problem for you if you’re not accustomed to basic etiquette. Heading to India soon? Heed these etiquette tips: Continue reading “7 Etiquette Tips For Travelling In India” »
When in 2015, I quit my corporate job and became a full-time nomad, I had no idea about how to travel. I would end up visiting lame places and getting ripped off wherever I went. My behaviour would speak highly of my inexperienced traveller-self. But now, after travelling full time for more than two years and travelling around the world, I’ve learned how to be street smart and make sure you get the most out of your travels. Though bad experiences still keep happening while on the road, it’s just that I’ve learned to handle them better. Continue reading “Why It’s Important To Become A Savvy Tourist” »