Mizoram is a state in North-Eastern part of India, formed in 1987. The name in the local language means ‘the land of the Mizos’. It is considered a beautiful place by many due to its dramatic landscape and pleasant climate. With abundance of hill stations, lakes, waterfalls, wildlife and coupled with the unique culture of the place Mizoram is a must visit destination.Read More »
Uttarakhand is located in the Northern part of India on the lap of the majestic Himalayas. Thanks to these majestic mountains and the bountiful nature Uttarakhand is a popular tourism destination. Home to ‘Chardham’ four most sacred places for the Hindus, Often referred to, as ‘Devbhoomi’ or ‘the land of the gods’, as there is a lot of history, religion and mythology esp. from the epic Mahabharata in this place. This is one of those destinations in India when one could keep on returning and still discover something new and refreshing.Read More »
Enjoying and living life to the fullest is what the people of Punjab believe in. An agricultural state, the state has lots of colour, music, dance and delicious food. An average Punjabi is a hospitable person fond of all of the above. Any traveler would feel at home here.Read More »
Odisha is a state in the Eastern part of India, mainly known for its tribal culture and its ancient heritage and temples. Blessed with lush green forests, wildlife, lakes and a long coastline, with many world class tourist destinations not many know about, Odisha is indeed India’s best kept secret.Read More »
Maharashtra is a large state in Western peninsular India that is known for its progressive outlook especially economically as big and successful metropolitan cities such as Mumbai, Pune are situated here. It is also great place any traveler to discover unique culture, cuisine, adventure, ancient history, heritage, tradition with a touch of modernity.Read More »
Odisha (formerly known as Orissa) conjures images of grandeur of ancient Kalinga and the war that transformed Emperor Ashoka towards the path of peace. An underrated travel destination, the state has an amazing mix of history, religion, the beaches, natural beauty with lush forests and lakes, and rich tribal culture. An amazing place for an offbeat traveler to explore the unexplored.Read More »
Kerala is a treasure trove of experiential splendor and natural wonders. The western coastline along the Arabian Sea is high on beauty, beaches and culture with a historic past of spice trade on the Malabar Coast. The Western Ghat Mountains in the east, one of the world’s biodiversity hotspots, are alive with rich flora and fauna, and dotted with lush plantations and quaint hill towns. Surrounded by pristine stretches of backwaters with thriving local culture, it’s hard not to see why Kerala is God’s Own Country.
Thanks to such diversity, experiential travel is the way to go here. Watch the sun set through fishing nets, traverse the evergreen Ghats, or kayak along the backwaters. Spot elephants while bamboo rafting, mingle with locals at homestay, or discover exotic food. Immerse in an Ayurvedic massage, or just laze on quiet beaches. Kerala truly is a refreshing escape, revealing the most authentic, eco-friendly and sustainable side of India.
To the regular tourist Manipur is just one of the seven sisters (seven states in the North East India), but for the traveler it is treasure of experience waiting to be discovered. Surrounded by Nagaland, Mizoram, Assam and Myanmar, Manipur is home to a diverse mix of cultures. Historically, it has been at the crossroads of Asian economic and cultural exchange for more than 2,500 years. A great place to stop and explore if you are visit North-East India.Read More »
Far into the corner of the North-East India and surrounded on three sides by Bangladesh is the princely state of Tripura. It is the home to a diverse mix of tribal cultures and religious groups. While it is far from the North-East’s tourist circuits, the state is a delight for the offbeat travelers. If you have ventured this far, do not forget to visit Tripura.Read More »
Music is an integral part of the North-East culture. So it is not surprising that a music festival is organized in Ziro, a remote but a beautiful part of Arunachal Pradesh. The Woodstock of India, Ziro festival of Music is back again this year with more punch and more music. For the music aficionados who haven’t been to Arunachal Pradesh and have not experienced the North East flavor and natural beauty, this is the perfect time to come. Attend the four-day music fiesta in the outdoors explore the beautiful countryside hiking, cycling and immersing yourself in the culture of the Apatani tribe.
If this is not enough then follow it up exploring the scenic countryside, the mesmerizing Siang river and of course take the spiritual path to the beautiful Tawang monastery. We have put together an experience combining all of that.