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A Bird Paradise : Jungle Lore, Pangot

Unwind yourself at this beautiful Bird Paradise. Jungle Lore Birding lodge will surely take your worries away and you wound enjoy your peaceful time here in the nature.

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Yoga Siromani

After months of practice and contemplating, I finally went for the Yoga Teachers Training Course. Lockdown gave me proper clarity and opportunity to pursue what was long awaited. Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Ashram in Netala, Uttarkashi is where I registered myself for the course and patiently waited for the course to begin. I was already very […]

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Women in Tourism

A detailed interview with Delhi UrbanAdventures about what is it to be like a Female Tour Guide in male dominated tourism industry in India.

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A day in Instanbul

It was late at night when we reached our hotel in the Old City of Instanbul and it was beautiful, the whole street was so lively with lights, cafes, people exchanging hugs and trams going by. I fell in love with the city instantly. A term like ‘beautiful’ or ‘amazing’ also isn’t enough to describe […]

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The Pink jewel of Rajasthan – Jaipur

‘Padharo Mhare Desh’ – The song starts playing in my mind the moment I think of Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Grand architectures, royal history, interesting stories, their trademark pink buildings, colorful markets and most of all their warm hospitality and welcoming nature, the city fascinated me since I was a kid. On my first visit […]

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Balance your Heart Chakra

Most of us these days end up spending a lot of our time sitting in incorrrect posture, and end up cultivating a bad lifestyle which leads to limited mobility. It is very important to counteract this posture with Heart Openers. Heart openers are any yoga poses that lead with the heart (literally and symbolically). You […]

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Top 5 Herbal Tea Brands

While there is a separate fan base in India and outside of people fond of Masala Chai, the market of herbal and detox tea is booming at a phenomenal rate. But everyone has their unique ways of loving the tea, some like it with milk, some like it with pool of spices and some like […]

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Best of Turkey

If I were given a chance to travel to Turkey again, I would book my flight tickets right away in a blink of an eye. There is so much more diversity in sights, so much history, culture and wine in the country that will surely make you feel like going again if you have been […]

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Lockdown Wedding

Lush green background, the calming vibration of temple bells and the mountain breeze, this was exactly what I wanted and nothing like what we planned for our big day, 27th June 2020, this is when I officially became Mrs. Ankita Jaiswal Rawat and we were officially allowed to spend our lives with each other.   […]

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Scotland of India : Coorg

After soaking my feet in sand and feeding my soul with the view of vast ocean in Gokarna & Varkala, my heart wanted more, but this time I wanted to go to the mountains. With the time constraints we had, Munnar and Kodaikanal were off the list, in no time me & my friends headed […]

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Home Cooked Experience with Cairo Urban Adventures

Salaam my fellas! Writing after almost a month and yes I am still not over my lust of exploring different countries and cultures. Being dicey about our next destination, we finally chose Egypt not just because of the world treasures the country has monument-ed but also the history of the start of civilization, our excitement […]

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Explore Sri Lanka with Intrepid Travel

I always imagined SriLanka exactly how it is depicted in our Mythological Book, Ramayana. A country with the same people as us, lush green cities with vast stretch of ocean, and I wasn’t disappointed. Raavan ki Nagri was indeed very beautiful. Its a very small country and very similar to India, and post war, everyone […]

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Alipura

February was the month I planned for Madhya Pradesh and I won’t be lying, it surprised me. Madhya Pradesh is such a hidden treasure, less exploited by the international and domestic tourist. While travelling from Orchha to Khajuraho, there is a small town named Alipura, used to be a state in 17th century, now a […]

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A ‘Hill’ for the Weekend

Soon after we decided to have an ‘All girls trip’ (Yay!), the tickets were booked and the next thing I know, I was on the train to Pathankot! From there, we booked a cab which took us to Mcleodganj (our hotel staff helped us out with arranging the cab) at the cost of INR 2000. […]

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Eat Feel Fresh

In this digital world where the work and social life is enough to put you in stress, the guilt of binging on junk and alcohol adds more to it. Every week starts with a resolution of eating healthy but by the time it’s weekend, we tend to forget everything and chill. Did you just say […]

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Experience the royalty and stay with the King at Bhanwar Vilas in Karauli

Explored Rajasthan this 2018. The state is so big and so vibrant, so enriched with culture that you fee like visiting here again and again. Summers would be a terrible idea to go here. The best season to explore and enjoy any place of Rajasthan would be from October to February. When I talk about […]

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Hotel Raj Mahal Orccha

In the outskirts of Jhansi, this small town Orchha situated on the banks of Betwa river is known for its picturesque setting with praise-worthy Rajput architecture in Temples, cenotaphs and palaces. My journey of changing industries made me fortunate enough to visit this place. Situated minutes away from Ram Raja temple and the main market […]

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Corbett Riverside Resort

Having done so many Safaris in Ranthambore, Panna and Chitwan, I wasn’t keen on going to Jim Corbett for a weekend getaway but I did need some break when I finished my tourism season this year and for that Corbett was the preference. I remember heading to Corbett couple of years back and starting my […]

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Amber fort, Jaipur

Have you ever visited Jaipur? And by mistake, missed the Amber fort? (ofcourse it would be a mistake) Jaipur, the Pink City, also being the capital of Rajasthan attracts a lot of domestic and foreign tourist. Its also rated as 10th best place to visit in Asia. If in Jaipur, you must visit Amber fort […]

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World’s most expensive Coffee – Kopi Luwak

It all started with a deal. My friend insisted on taking us to a place called Cafe Luwak (or Kopi Luwak), but on the condition that we won’t look it up on the internet. We kept our curiosity at bay and agreed. I kept my promise and didn’t research the place at all. We rented […]

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