Wayanad travel guide

Banasura Sagar Dam (other side) - Wayanad

Wayanad is one of my favourite places in Kerala. I have been there multiple times and each time, I have fallen in love with it a little more. The sceneries, climate and the people, everything is nice about Wayanad. I have been there with friends and I have been there solo, and all the times … Read more

Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles

Griffith Observatory in LA

Do you love visiting observatories? I am in love with anything that exists in our galaxy and beyond, and hence visit observatories and planetariums whenever and wherever I can. One of the most beautiful observatories I have visited is the Griffith observatory in Los Angeles (LA). Every time I see the Hollywood series Lucifer, I … Read more

Mount Batur Sunrise trek

Sunrise at Mount Batur

Have you ever hiked on an active volcano? It is very adventurous and thrilling to hike on one. And Mount Batur sunrise trek in Bali provides exactly that adrenaline rush required. Hiking on an active volcano has always been on my list and unfortunately, during my first travel to Bali, I could not do this … Read more

15 things to see in Lalbagh, one of the oldest parks in Bengaluru

Lalbagh, one of the oldest parks in Bangalore

Bengaluru or Bangalore, known as the Garden city, has many gardens and parks. But the two oldest and the most popular public parks are Lalbagh botanical garden and Cubbon park. Both of these are like the crown jewels of Bengaluru city. As part of my venture Bengaluru Prayana (prayana means journey in Kannada), my friend … Read more

Spotting the Mola Mola

Mola Mola at Crystal Bay

“Just take a Manta Ray and turn them by 90 degrees and you get a Mola Mola“, my diving instructor explained to one of the divers. Mola Mola are one of the rare finds in the ocean and they have a flat body with one fin facing upwards and the other downwards. They look weird … Read more

Scuba diving in Nusa Penida

Scuba diving in Nusa Penida

Scuba diving in Nusa Penida has always been on my scuba diving bucket list. When I visited Bali for the first time, I had researched for places to dive and some of the amazing dive sites were at Nusa Penida. But to dive in Nusa Penida, one needs to have a scuba diving certification as … Read more

Mooloolaba Travel Guide

Mooloolaba Travel Guide

Even though it is such a beautiful coastal suburb in Queensland, it is so underrated. The beaches and the spectacular sunsets are sufficient to convince you to visit Mooloolaba. Let me be honest and I will confess that I had never heard of Mooloolaba before. Swimming with whales has always been on my Australian bucket … Read more

Kotagiri trek

Kotagiri trek

Have you ever imagined trekking in a tea estate? Amongst green tea plantations with fresh breeze blowing through your hair and paths with breath-taking views of the mountains? Trekking on a trail surrounded by lush green plantations and Shola forest are what you get when you trek in Kotagiri. The views of Nilgiri mountain range … Read more

The Windflower Resort and Spa, a 5 star resort in Wayanad

Chess at Windflower Resort and Spa

Before my one week of workcation at Vythiri Village Resort began, I gifted myself a luxury stay at the Windflower Resort and Spa for a night. Being a 5 star resort, the villa at the Windflower Resort and Spa screams luxury and comfort. The resort is situated between the forests and the plantations, and provides … Read more

Chukkimane homestay, a weekend getaway from Bengaluru

Village walk at Chukkimane

Are you passionate about nature? Do you love waking up to the sounds of peacock calls? And do you want to get off the grid from the busy city life? Then Chukkimane is surely for you. This homestay is a place where you can experience the rural and experiential tourism and have a cultural connect. … Read more

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