Kala Ghoda Walk | Mumbai

One of the main reasons I planned for my travel to Mumbai was to complete the Kala Ghoda Walk. What is Kala Ghoda Walk? The walk is a way to get introduced to some of the cool sights in Mumbai. It covers the areas between Colaba and Fort in Mumbai. And the walk is also…

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Scuba diving in Pondicherry

India has around 8000 kilometres (5000 miles) of coastal line. It is surrounded by Arabian Sea on the West, Indian Ocean on the South and Bay of Bengal on the East. India also has some spectacular islands (Andamans and Nicobar Islands and Lakshadweep Islands) off the coast. The oceans surrounding the coastal line and islands…

Travel Guide | Bhubaneshwar (Orissa, India)

Bhubaneshwar, is the capital city of Odisha/Orissa state in India. The city is famous for its architecture and ancient temples. PIN to Save later How to get there? By Plane: There are frequent flights between any capital city and Bhubaneshwar. I took an Indigo flight which was the cheapest. The return trip from Bhubaneshwar to…

Hike to Kaurava Kunda (Karnataka, India)

Kaurava Kunda is another hill that I had never heard of before. One of my fellow trekkers during the Vattakanal Hike, suggested me to visit this hill for the early morning sunrise. He said that this hill was a better place to see the sunrise than the Skandagiri or Nandi Hills. The reason was that…

1 day in Kochi

Kochi, also known as Cochin, is a city in Kerala state of South India. The city is popularly known as the Queen of Arabian Sea as it has one of the finest natural harbours in the World. How to get there? There are frequent flights between any capital city and Kochi. There are also trains…

Hike to Tiger Nest Monastery in Paro (Bhutan)

Tiger Nest Monastery, also known as Paro Taktsang and Taktsang Palphug Monastery, is a very prominent and important Buddhist sacred site in Bhutan. This monastery marks the beginning or the birth place of Bhutanese Buddhism. The sacred site consists of 9 temples out of which 1 temple is closed and is opened only once a…

A guide to travel to Maldives

Maldives is definitely a paradise on Earth! I just returned from this exotic country and I have madly deeply fallen in love with it. Be it people or be it the blue clear ocean, I loved everything about this country. The capital city Male is the largest and busy city in Maldives. I traveled solo…

Best day of my life | Manta in Maldives

There are very rare days in life where one feels that the whole World comes together to make their dreams come true. I have told many times, I love ocean and anything that lives under water. I love Manta Rays. I had seen two Mantas come by when I dived in New Caledonia. It was…

Diving in House Reef (Maldives)

The water in Maldives is absolutely divine. It is warm and clear. And a perfect condition to have a relaxed dive. The last three dives of mine (Rottnest Island and Sesimbra) had taken a toll on me. I had thought I would never come out of the anxiety or panic I had during those dives….