Dec 22, 2020• by journey_junkies
A Trip to Magical Hampi, India
Every now and again we come across a place that we fall in love with a little. For us, Hampi, in the Indian state of Karnataka, was one of those places. Magical and bewitching, Hampi is an ancient...
Sep 13, 2020• by Tapas_Wanderlust
Mini Tibet in Bylakuppe
After China's intervention in Tibet during early ‘60s, there had been a large contingent of Tibetan refugees took refuge in several states of India. Welcome to Bylakuppe—the second largest...
Oct 8, 2019• by Aishwarya_Narayanan
5 Rock Carving Curiosities to See in India
India has a long tradition of magnificent rock carving architecture that started more than 2300 years ago. Incredible rock-cut structures which mix art, architecture and history can be found all over...
Sep 13, 2019• by Ryan_RayIn
Top Tourist Spots to Visit in South India
South India lets you explore the unexpected facet of the country. You cannot see the true India if you haven’t visited its southern part. It is a land showered with bountiful natural beauty amidst...
Aug 2, 2019• by Bhakti_Luhar
Hampi- A quick guide to your perfect getaway
One of the most amazing places, Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage site located in Bellary near Tungabhadra River. Interestingly, known as the “City of Ruins” Hampi is a small modern...
May 8, 2022• by TravelLightLaura
Pick the Mountain Bike Capital of Georgia
Georgia is a peach, but there are a couple of other reasons to PICK Ellijay, the northern corner of the state. It's prime apple orchard country and Georgia's mountain bike capital. Here, the...
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