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.
What is it that sets Rajasthan apart from all the other ethereal places in world? Apart from the beauty, architecture, history & the glorious tales that will glue you to its arms, it’s the one thing that defines the real charm here – the festivals. On this note, we will take you to one of the most beautiful festivals of Rajasthan – GANGAUR, which truly embodies the spirit of diversity.
When the bright skies have ushered in the festive season, the remote town of Shahpura, located 65 km from the capital Jaipur, Rajasthan came culturally alive when the pious deities of Isar Maharaj & Gangaur Mata were regally taken around the streets and worshiped with vigor & devotion by both men and women. Continue Reading
The rugged cold desert, often known as “Little Tibet” is awe-inspiring to say the least. Snow-laden mountains and deep valleys along with a sprawling view of the Himalayas; Spiti Valley is magic. When you decide to do the Road Trip to Spiti Valley, do try to go beyond the usual spots. Of course the vibrant monasteries and hamlets will take your breath away, but once you recover from that beauty, do see these spots as well on your Spiti valley road trip :
A vacation can be of all sorts. It can either be a luxurious pampering or an impromptu road trip to an unexplored town. But which is the best kind? An escapade in nature- Hampta Pass trek. In the age of social media, spending some days in the nature without internet sounds like a real detox. The fine smell of the damp earth, the lullaby of birds, and a bed beneath the stars. The combination of all these things have an instinctive calming effect to a human being.
Where do you find all these things? On Hampta Pass Trek.
Diu is one of the less explored islands in India. Located near Gujarat, Diu is a small island which has heavy Portuguese influence. Dotted by small but pristine islands, Diu is kind of a mini Goa! Since the island is so unexplored, there are very less tourists here and one can also take time to leisurely explore the entire island. Here’s the 3 day Diu itinerary!