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Every so often on IM we have people wondering about travelling overland to India from Europe, and I regularly get questions on the subject. Since many people seem to think it's not possible, or...

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NOTE: This is the first in a series of articles by Vaibhav on his great trip through Bastar and Amarkantak.  I had a great fun trip from 20th Dec (evening) till 2nd Jan (morning). Roughly did...

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Sore footed, wide eyed and sun dizzy, we became a part of the stark, desolate and barren landscape, as the days and nights merged into one long moment. It was an autumn full of wonderful encounters...

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  Malabar is the name of the northern districts of the Kerala state in the Southwest corner of India. I visited Malabar in December 2011 with my wife. It was a backpack journey that took us to...

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It is the classical Indian story . A tale told by gods and demons, filled with kings and queens, replete with curses and boons. There is a little bit of history here, blended with some geology and...

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For a regular traveller it is almost admitted, that his wildest dream is to discover lost places, and suddenly to come across a hidden site, surrounded by marvellous monuments in the middle of dreamed...

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Nestled among the hills of Himalayas is the small and beautiful hill station of Lansdowne. Yes, people do know about it, though they never bother to stop by. Perhaps the charm of an ice-cream...

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My husband and I take about 20-25 days off every year and travel. The last few years we did road trips in our car to Karnataka, Rajasthan and Leh. This year we decided against taking our car to...

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I initially didn’t want to post this article on my solo trek adventure as it’s something that might just put people off solo trekking, and that definitely wasn’t my intention. But...

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Most of the tourism I’ve seen in Kerala is fairly concentrated. People come to Kerala for the beaches, primarily the little strips in Kovalam and Varkala. They come for the backwaters that link...

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