Jan 112018
 
Major Indian Cities and How to Fly to Them from the UK

India has long been a favourite travel destination for a number of British holidaymakers. Over 800,000 people approximately fly to the land of Taj Mahal from the UK every year and following the introduction “E-Tourist Visa Scheme” by India in November 2014, the numbers have only soared further. Such is the popularity of India as holiday destination that all « Continue Reading »

Nov 172017
 
Ditch the Usual; Plan Your Dream Wedding at These Top Wedding Destinations in India

The wedding season in India has arrived and with it has surged the demand for a big fat Indian wedding. The diversity of the country’s landscapes and the richness of its culture and traditions is the main reason why India remains a popular choice for wedding ceremonies in the modern times, even among tourists who aren’t exactly looking to « Continue Reading »

Oct 312017
 
Unusual Modes of Transport in Asia That You Must Ride at least Once

With so many unique adventures in the pipeline, a trip to Asia is often a sensory overload. One such desirable experience is riding cute and creatively-designed modes of transport that are visible on streets in many popular and tourist-friendly countries of Asia. To ensure that you hop on to these popular means of travel as soon as you spot them « Continue Reading »

Oct 242017
 
Visiting India between November-February? Add Rann Utsav in Gujarat to Your Itinerary

One of the most vibrant and effervescent states in India, Gujarat celebrates its annual extravaganza of music, dance, culture and entertainment between November and February. The festival is called the Rann Utsav and is dedicated to the celebration of the Great Rann of Kutch, one of the biggest salt deserts in the world as well as « Continue Reading »

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