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Camping in Rann of Kutch

Camping in Rann of Kutch

  • October 3, 2017
  • Abhay Gupta

Why Camping There are not many outdoor experiences greater in this world than sitting around a campfire on a clear-skied night looking at the stars in silence with the silence broken only by whisper of air. And you can have these experiences [...]

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Jammu-Beyond Kashmir

Jammu-Beyond Kashmir

  • October 2, 2017
  • Abhay Gupta

Jammu-Beyond Kashmir   Travelling to the unexplored has always been the flavor of my bike rides. I have been riding now from past many years and filling in my checklist with the untouched wonders of th [...]

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Tips for Responsible Travel

Tips for Responsible Travel

  • September 17, 2017
  • Abhay Gupta

Travel is more than fun. We travel to learn, to explore and to rejuvenate our and other lives. Travel gives us an opportunity to meet new people, cultures, and environment and thus impacts us now or later. Our selection of places to travel reflects our choices towards life. My travel experiences have changed my perception towards life. I travel [...]

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Kutch Tour Packages from Ahmedabad

Kutch Tour Packages from Ahmedabad

  • September 1, 2017
  • Abhay Gupta

The western edge of India, Kutch has the distinction of being the largest district of India. Kutch wraps bundle of diversity with sea, desert, mountains and lakes in it. Adding the flavor of culture and vibrant history, Kutch is none less than a paradise on earth. Every year Kutch witnesses large number of travelers who not only come to absorb t [...]

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Tale of Black Hills: Kalo Dungar, Kutch Gujarat

Tale of Black Hills: Kalo Dungar, Kutch Gujarat

  • August 26, 2017
  • Abhay Gupta

Kalo Dungar also known as Black Hills is the highest point in Kutch. The height of Kalo Dungar is 462 meters from the sea level. It is located at 90 km from District headquarters of Bhuj and 20 km from nearest villa [...]

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Importance of Travelling

Importance of Travelling

  • July 24, 2017
  • Abhay Gupta

In my travel journey I have across many people keeping their travelling plans on hold; and when asked for a reason they say I want to travel but... I want to travel but... I don’t have time ? I want to travel but... I am not settled yet ? I want to travel but... I don’t hav [...]

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Villages of Spiti Valley

Villages of Spiti Valley

  • May 24, 2017
  • Abhay Gupta

Spiti Valley also known as The Middle Land is Ladakh’s lesser-known and more remote neighbor. Spiti valley is home to remotest, highest and few of most beautiful villages settled in lap of Trans Himalayas. Here you will find few of the least densely populated villages. And the soul of spiti resides in its vill [...]

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Monasteries  of Spiti Valley

Monasteries of Spiti Valley

  • May 24, 2017
  • Abhay Gupta

Nobody describes the Spiti Valley better than Rudyard Kipling when he says, “Surely the Gods must live here, this is no place for men.” Spiti Valley is more remote and desolate than its famed neighbor Ladakh. Spiti valley is home to 1000-year-old monasteries. The varied typ [...]

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Lakes of Lahaul-Spiti

Lakes of Lahaul-Spiti

  • May 24, 2017
  • Abhay Gupta

Spiti valley is a cold desert mountain valley and it is to turquoise colored rivers to some of the most beautiful High altitude lakes. This is a world, which has the harshest of winters, but home to warmest of people. Chandratal (Moon Lake): Chandratal is the crown jewel in the beauty of Lahaul-Spiti.&nb [...]

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Lost & hidden temples of Krimchi

Lost & hidden temples of Krimchi

  • May 4, 2017
  • Abhay Gupta

Gar firdaus bar-rue zamin ast, hamin asto, hamin asto, hamin asto" (If there's a heaven on earth, it's here, it's here, it's here) And where there is heaven there will be Gods, in fact for a Hindu guy it goes till 33 Cr. So no wonder there is this small village Krimchi in Udhampur district that one finds the [...]

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