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10 Best Cafes in Rishikesh you shouldn't miss out on | Plan The Unplanned
About Rishikesh Rishikesh is a town in Uttarakhand, India. The town offers breathtaking views of hills covered in vegetation. The mighty river Ganges, which rushes past the city of Rishikesh, is the city’s most magnificent attraction. Rishikesh is a sacred city with several ashrams and is well-known for its yoga all over the world. Today,...
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Goechala Trek Guide | Sikkim | Plan The Unplanned
About Goechala Trek  Goechala, a marvellous peak in the centre of Sikkim, is a treat that the North East’s alluring magnetism delivers. Goechala trek is a fantastic hiking location that is adored by tourists and trekking aficionados alike. It has gorgeous rising mountains and gargling streams meandering over stretches of meadows. As you advance towards...
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Are you trying to decide when to go trekking? It’s not too hot or too chilly. You are in the autumn season. Here is all the information you want for hiking in the Himalayas following the monsoon. The Indian Himalayas shed their winter coats and reawaken, welcoming you with a brand-new, energising, and warm aspect...
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Brahmatal Trek Blog Plan The Unplanned
The Brahmatal trek is a 28-kilometre trek, starting at Lohajung, a base camp town in the Chamoli region of the Garhwal Himalayas. Through deep conifer, cedar, oak, and fir forests, the 6 km hike from Lohajung to the Gujreni campground is traversed. The Gujreni campground is located in the centre of a lovely open surrounded...
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Bike Trip Essentials
List of Long Bike Trip Essentials Road trips serve a good purpose when it comes to feeling the most. Do you know why? Because firstly, you feel free from the multiple things you cling to unnecessarily. And secondly, only during road trips do you think maximum & it is only when exposed to vulnerabilities and...
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Tips for long bike Trip When your veins clamour for liberation in the countryside and your body yells for speed, understand your calling for a long bike trip where you can envisage inhaling some freedom, tasting the dirt and meeting long-awaited wanderlust. To an adventurer, this sounds like a plan; however, to a ‘responsible adventurer’,...
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Varied scents dawdle senses while travelling in Kerala. Literacy, gender equality, the heritage of millennia; culture of Aryan, Dravidian, Arab, European; sprinkled Coconut, Cinnamon, Tea plantations, and freshly tossed and churned trekking locations conquer all souls landing into “God’s Own Country”. From reliving movie moments in shooting spots (Kumarakom, Vagamon, Nelliyampathy), taking a sun dip...
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7 best Himalayan treks to do in Monsoon
The Himalayas are a major mountain range in Asia that forms a barrier between the Tibetan Plateau to the north and the Indian subcontinent’s alluvial plains to the south. With more than 110 peaks rising to altitudes of 24,000 feet (7,300 metres) or more above sea level, the Himalayas feature the world’s tallest mountains, including...
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Bir-Billing is a doubleton destination, one incomplete without the other. The rural setting, adventure activities, spiritual aura and Tibetan vibes call people from across nations to this holy cum audacious land. Welcome to the melting pot of cultures and the “Paragliding Capital of India”, where you can amalgamate peaceful days with blessings. Pinned down in...
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Every description of a place depends on who saw it.  I was heading to Dzukou valley in early winter, 1st week of December. That’s when the days are warm and nights are cold. As planned, my friend and I set foot to see a valley that borders the states of Nagaland and Manipur.  From the...
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