Travel guide to Magnetic Island

Kaikoura

Who does not love clear blue water and an island life? A relaxed vacation with abundant and unique wildlife is what you get when you visit Magnetic Island. It was one of those times where I was a little low in my life and I wanted to travel to a very exotic but not so … Read more

Brahmatal Trek, complete guide

Thilandi campsite - Brahmatal trek

The mighty Himalayas is a paradise for every trekker. Similarly, I crave to visit the Himalayas as often as I can. And in that quest to be in the Himalayas, I decided to head to the Brahmatal trek during the winter season. Also Read – In the Himalayas, I have done the 11 days trek … Read more

One day trip to Hobbiton movie set

Hobitton New Zealand

I am one of those few people in the world who has never understood or read the series of Lord of the Rings and Hobbiton but still have managed to visit the Lord of the Rings and Hobbiton movie sets in New Zealand. The day trip to Hobbiton is extended with the visit to Waitomo Caves. … Read more

Frequently asked questions about solo travelling

Travel Guide | Tropical North 🌴 (Queensland)

I am a huge advocate of solo traveling. Over the years, I have solo travelled and the more I have done it, the more I have fallen in love with it. Many of my fellow travellers who want to explore the world of solo traveling have had many questions and have been too scared to … Read more

Scuba diving in Netrani Island (Karnataka)

Scuba diving in Netrani Island (Karnataka, India)

Scuba diving in Netrani Island is special to me. This was the place where I had first tried my hands into the world of snorkeling and scuba diving. I was very naïve in the world of scuba diving and I had behaved like any typical newbie behaves. But I went back again, after my certification. … Read more

Visit Seljalandsfoss, a walk behind waterfalls

Behind the waterfalls - Seljalamdfoss

I have always dreamt of a fairy tale scene of walking behind a waterfall. It is one of those scenes that remind me of Disney movies. There are a few places that I did visit in India where I had come close to walking and standing behind a waterfall, but visiting Seljalandsfoss took the experience … Read more

Road trip to the city of Lake Macquarie

Caves beach, Lake Macquarie

I was craving for a road trip. After talking to my friends on a Friday night, I booked a car from one of the Australian car rentals company Hertz. We had decided to go for a one-day road trip, nothing too far, about 2 to 3 hours of drive each way. On Sunday morning at around … Read more

First timer’s travel guide to The Blue Mountains

Hanging Rock & Baltzer Lookout (Blue Mountains)

I love the Blue Mountains. There was a time where I would end up at the Blue Mountains almost every weekend and I had seriously thought of moving to the Blue Mountains. Hiking in the Blue Mountains is one of my most favourite things to do over the weekends. I really enjoy going to the … Read more

Trek to Kudremukha peak

Kudremukh

One of the first initial treks that I did in the Western Ghats was the Kudremukha trek. Kudremukha (in Kannada), also known as Kudremukh, is one of the very famous mountains in the Western Ghat mountain ranges. Trekking in Kudremukha is definitely close to my heart because of its lush green mountains and also because … Read more

Manly to Mona Vale walk via Long Reef (Sydney)

Manly to Mona Vale

We, Sydneysiders, love our coastline and Sydney is definitely blessed with some spectacular coastal walks. Be it Bondi to Coogee, or Manly to Spit, every walk is very pretty and picturesque. Yet another long and beautiful walk along the coast is the walk between Manly and Mona Vale via Long Reef. This coastal walk surely … Read more

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