Cambodia is a lovely country to visit. Where on one side it offers a wild west experience, on the other side, it is comfortable and promising. But for anyone to be travelling Cambodia for the first time, a little preparation is needed, and for that preparation – a few travel tips to remember.
I travelled Cambodia last year during a 2 month backpacking trip across Southeast Asia and discovered it’s a fascinating land of extreme contrast and wickedly authentic adventure. From some of the wonders of the world in Angkor Wat to beautiful beaches Cambodia has it all. Continue reading “Useful Travel Tips For Cambodia” »
Are you drained by the shove of your demanding life which doesn’t sanction you to give time to yourself and your loved ones? Are you planning to take a break from this chaotic lifestyle? Then how about a vacation or an outing which fosters you with the tranquility of frizzing sound of the sea waves and resplendent view of sandy shores which will invigorate your soul.
You can immerse in the resplendent frizzing sound of the sea and burst out by stilling adventure in your life. Here you will explore some of the best options that will definitely make you realize that if heavens actually exist then it is only on this planet. Continue reading “Stimulate Your Soul With Beach Shore ” »
I know that a majority of people visiting Goa are on a tight budget. They don’t really care if the place they are staying at is nice enough, all they want is something cheap.
There may be some cheap option you will find online, but given below are the places I have stayed myself and found them not only cheap but also of value for money. Continue reading “7 Budget Guesthouses In Goa” »
Planning for a holiday in Meghalaya and not sure what to see and do there? Read these ideal Meghalaya Travel Tips and plan your trip better!
I travelled to Meghalaya almost a year ago in 2017, and since then it hasn’t happened to me once that someone asked about my favourite destination in India and I didn’t instantly spat ‘Meghalaya’ Continue reading “Travel Tips For A Holiday In Meghalaya” »
Europe is a lovely place to travel, and it has something for everyone – from beaches to mountain trails to a great cafe culture. But where traveling to Europe is a great experience, the problem is, it is unbearably expensive, particularly for those who belong to weaker economies.
So if you’re planning a trip to Europe and money is a problem for you, here’re my budget travel tips for Europe: Continue reading “Europe Budget Travel Tips” »
Bhutan is a land of surprises. It’s a country where GDP exists as GHP, where most people are still away from any influence of technology, and where chillies can be the main dish.
So if you’re planning a visit to Bhutan and aren’t sure about what to expect from the land of surprises, here’re my travel tips for Bhutan: Continue reading “Bhutan Travel Tips” »
Kerala is one of the tourist highlights in India, with many travellers ending up in Kerala on their very first visit to India – with a little to no idea about what to expect from it.
If you too are visiting Kerala and have no idea about what to see, do and expect from the God’s Own Country Kerala, these travel tips will help you make the most of your holiday. Continue reading “Travel Tips For Kerala” »
Ladakh – the dream destination for one and all, the land of magical Buddhist ex- kingdom. Ladakh is known for its awe-inspiring landscapes and unique culture. The arid mountains, picture perfect gompas, the whitewashed stupas, the colorful fluttering flags in the wind, the early morning prayer chants from the monasteries, the clear blue sky, the snow ranges, together makes Ladakh mysterious and alluring. This place is the ultimate dream destination for every traveler. Continue reading “10 Things To Do For An Ultimate Ladakh Trip” »
Since I have started travelling, 90 percent of my journeys are done with a backpack. I find carrying a backpack easier, comfortable and quite hassle-free while carrying a suitcase – everything else but that.
This doesn’t mean that I was always a backpacker. I tried carrying a rolling suitcase a few times, but every time I did, I found it curbing my movement one way or the other. Continue reading “3 Reasons To Travel With A Backpack And Not A Suitcase” »
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” »