The Waterfront

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“Water is the driving force of all nature,” said Leonardo da Vinci. A perfect truth, if Karwar—a seaside town in Karnataka— were to be measured by this saying. Water, a very versatile natural ... Read More

Of Rains, Rivers and Rushing Waters

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With every part of the country wearing a different hue, India is at her very best during the rains. We bring you three monsoon destinations—Lonavala, Goa, and Munnar—each of which not only offers ... Read More

It’s a Wild, Wild World

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Sometimes, stories from the wild leave behind a legacy that transforms into a tourist destination over time. The Jim Corbett National Park is one such place and for years, travellers have found its al... Read More

Great trips are made of these

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Munnar With its sprawling fields and tea plantations, Munnar is a nature-lover’s paradise. Taking a boat ride on Mattupetty Lake or fishing on Devikulam Lake is a great way to soak in this hill stat... Read More

A Hundred Winters Lived

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Now is the time to soak in the misty environs and enjoy the festivities that come with them, adding to the magical experience that is winter! The sun decides to play hide-and-seek, people gather aroun... Read More

Ooty – Remnants of the Raj

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Ooty is widely recognized as a verdant town today, but had it not been for a determined Englishman from the East India Company, this popular hill station might have faded into obscurity.   In 1819, ... Read More

Honey in the Raw

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Yelagiri promises a date soaked in honey, or adrenaline, depending on what your idea of a holiday is. Yelagiri, a hill station in Tamil Nadu, is a classic underdog among travel destinations. Located i... Read More

Off the Beaten Trek

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Kukkal near Kodaikanal offers the trekker in you a dramatic adventure. Located at about 6200 ft above sea level, Kukkal village enjoys more rainfall than most of Kodaikanal. This in turn sets forth a ... Read More

Fairies, Witches and Peanut Butter

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Mussoorie offers itself as base camp for a place that throws up more surprises than you can think of. A small cantonment town contiguous with Mussoorie, Landour is snugly positioned 1500ft higher than... Read More