Indonesia is an amazing country that’s long been a favourite for backpackers. It offers incredible beaches, beautiful jungles, volcanoes, and some incredible cities. The blend of modern living in the big cities and rich cultural and historical heritage in the countrysides draws so many visitors to Indonesia every single year. But a lot of them end up going to the same place. Indonesia is made up of over 17,000 tiny islands, the most famous of which is Bali. It’s the typical backpacker location with buzzing beach resorts and secluded countryside to explore. It’s easy to see why so many people flock to Bali every year. The beaches are beautiful and there are so many amazing things to see there, but what about the rest of the country. Bali might be great but it’s certainly not the best Indonesian island. If you only go there and nowhere else, you’re really missing out on some of the incredible things that the rest of the country has to offer. If you’re planning a trip to Indonesia and you’re only looking at Bali, here are some other great islands that you should definitely add to your itinerary.
A small city located in eastern Rajasthan, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary should be on every bird watching enthusiasts travel list. The city has one of the best bird sanctuaries in the country. Since it is located close to Delhi, tourists can reach Bharatpur by hiring a cab from Delhi to Agra and travel to Bharatpur by road. The city is steeped in history, beginning from 5th century BC when the Matsya kingdom ruled the land. Tourists who are fascinated by history and also want to enjoy bird can get away for a relaxing holiday in Bharatpur.
Southeast Asia is a wonderful place for backpackers and it should be no surprise that is becoming one of the most popular. Anyone thinking of travelling anywhere for any length of time needs to do some investigating first about the area they are about to backpack round. Being prepared is part of the secret for a successful trip, and you should be ready for any eventuality. Then you can backpack without stressing over little things, because the big thing that matter, you will have taken care of.
If you’re like me, you may not have heard about Lumbini in Nepal. Known as Buddha’s birth place, Lumbini is a pristine town in Nepal. Though an unexplored part of Nepal, this place is worth a visit. Located away from the Himalayas and closer to the border of Nepal, Lumbini is one of the worlds most important site for Buddhists. Fascinated by Buddhism, we decided to pay it a visit and stay the Tiger Palace resort in Lumbini.
Millions of tourists flock to South East Asia every year. There are many reasons as to why this part of the world is so popular – it has something to offer every type of traveller from your average beachgoer to the more adventurous thrill-seekers. Here are just 10 reasons why you should consider South East Asia as your next travel destination.
We don’t need to sell you the Goa holiday. The exquisite beaches, azure sea and hippie culture has already made Goa a very happening tourist place. Many tourists not only from India, but Russia as well come here. Known as the “party capital” of India, Goa has always been one of the most visited tourist destinations in the country. Here are the best things to do in Goa:
Goa known as the erstwhile party capital of India is now a bustling tourist destination at all times of the year. Goa is always on the list of the party lovers and younger generation as well. The relaxed vibe of the place coupled with the stunning beaches and smiling locals, makes this one of the best places to visit in India. Looking for a Goa tourist places list ? You have come to the right place. I’m not going to cover the usual Fort Aguada and such here. This is for those who want to explore the most unexplored places to visit in Goa:
As the sun set down, a thousand sparkling lights turned up for the show. The entire Kullu Valley, as visible from Footloose Camps (campsite in Sethan) – my home from a few days of stay in Sethan – started glowing like the milky way in the sky. I wondered when did I last saw something as beautiful as this. Sethan, no wonder, was a place to relax, unwind and just be!
The hills come alive during the monsoons. The forests come to life and so does the flora and fauna. Though it is risky to trek during the monsoons, but there are many beauties to be discovered in the Himalayas which only come to their own in rains. Here are some of the most awe-inspiring monsoon treks in India which you must undertake.