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Dos & Don’ts Of Trekking – A Guide!
Don’ts Over-pack. Before going ahead and stuffing everything and anything in your sack, ask yourself!  Can I survive without it?And, if, somewhere deep down, someone’s screaming a loud big YES, leave it back home. Surviving without access to particular things will be a life-skill you’ll gain. 2.Spray on a lot of Aromatics Most Aromatics are derived from nature,or, nature identical substances, and are usually more concentrated than one can find...
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Essential Tips To Remain Healthy (Mentally & Physically) While Traveling
For those who are bitten by the wanderlust bug knows that traveling is the best medicine for the soul, but they are also aware of the fact that not every journey is smooth & glamorous as it might appear on Instagram! Most of the breathtaking adventures, especially while venturing off-the-beaten-path, come with their own fair share of bumps, bruises, aches, germs, anxiety, and stresses. While it might appear to be...
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Anshul Chaurasia has traveled 63 countries so far and his ultimate dream destination is outer space! Plan The Unplanned chats with the globetrotter as he shares his experiences, useful tips and insights. Prepare for a ton load of travel inspiration! As a child, what did you dream of becoming in life? As a child, I liked to read a lot of books, fiction especially. This would give me many ideas...
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Women are as adventurous and adrenalin-pumped during treks and backpacking expeditions as men. But when aunt flow pays a monthly visit, many women hesitate to go on treks. We are here to tell you that if you follow a few ground rules, then, there is nothing to be perturbed about. Doctors actually recommend exercise and hiking to reduce the pain and menstrual cramps. Remember, periods can be uncomfortable, but they...
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Tadiandamol Peak Trek, standing 1,748 m high from sea level, is the third highest Peak in Karnataka. Known facts apart, here are the 7 Stages of experiences Tadiandamol Peak Trek gives you! First, Motorable Tar Road This road extends for around 2.75 km starting from a drop off point, beyond which the only ways of traversal are by a Jeep, or a high powered geared bike, and on foot. This stretch...
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