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Shepherd's Trail Trek
Coorg is a district located in the Western Ghats of Karnataka and has famously earned the title of being the ‘Scotland of India’. It is at a distance of 267 km from Bangalore and stands at an altitude of 1452 meters above sea level. Apart from flaunting a rich culture, it is also known for...
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North East is the easternmost region of India. It is home to the eight most beautiful states of the country, including Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Meghalaya, and Tripura. North Eastern festivals mark the celebration of love, life, livelihood, and representation of indigenous tribes in one way or other. The people here are...
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Western Indian Festivals celebrate the richness of heritage and culture of the western states of India, which include – Goa, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan. Bound from the Arabian Sea, Thar Deserts, Vindhya Range – Western India is authentic in all its practices. It takes great pride in folk dance, clothing, art forms, and most importantly showing...
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South Indian Festivals of India are a prime symbol of purity, prosperity, vibrancy, and religious interests of people. These states include Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telangana. South Indian people consider many things as auspicious, but jaggery, flowers, rangoli are some favourites of this area. Round the year, these lovely people are involved...
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From time immemorial, India is a country of diverse religions, cultures, caste, and creed. Diversity gave rise to different myths and beliefs. Later, with the belief and propagation of needs, different festivals were born gradually to celebrate human life and respect the power of the unknown. Indian Festivals mark the onset of happiness, oneness and...
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Wayanad Night Trek
Itinerary: Friday: Leave Bangalore by night Saturday: Day hike to Aranamala waterfall, Visit sunset-point and night camping at Ambukutti hills Sunday: Watch the sunrise at Ambukutti hills, visit Irupu falls in Coorg district and drive through Nagarhole National park. Reach Bangalore by night. What to Expect on this trip? If one had to look up...
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extreme treks in India
Adventure Enthusiasts, seekers of arduous expeditions, experienced hikers, climbers, and anyone who wants to taste the thrill of challenging treks, know the risks of making it happen. The deathly trails, falling rocks, encounters of wildlife, uncertain times, and nerve-racking places that have even killed some, these journeys are not for the inexperienced. Striking a balance...
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Kedarkantha Trek Guide
Deemed to be one of the best winter treks in India, Kedarkantha is one of those rare Himalayan treks that remains accessible even during winters. Suitable for those looking to begin their journey into the Himalayas or even experienced trekkers looking for a quick getaway, the Kedarkantha trek offers a unique experience to trek across...
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13 amazing Things to do in coorg
The  “13 Amazing Things To Do in Coorg” quaint hill station located on the eastern slopes of the Western Ghats, Coorg or Kodagu is bestowed with abundant natural beauty. Rolling hills, dense forests, gurgling rivers, and vast coffee and spice plantations make up its landscape home to a plethora of wildlife, vegetation, and the warmest...
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10 Best Offbeat Treks From Bangalore
If you, like most Bangaloreans have exhausted the more mainstream options to travel around Karnataka and are looking to go off the beaten path, away from the tourist crowds but closer to nature, you’ve come to the right place. The below listed offbeat treks from Bangalore offer breathtaking sights along with tranquil settings that most...
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