The Australian Great Ocean Road self-drive trip: Must-stops on a 2-day itinerary

The Australian Great Ocean Road self-drive trip: Must-stops on a 2-day itinerary

‘For exercise, you can’t beat building a Great Ocean Road by hand‘, exclaimed workers, as they built a stretch of the long road from Barwon Heads to Warrnambool. But, these were no ordinary workers, they were soldiers who had returned

Belum Caves – Travel Guide to the largest natural cave system of South India

Belum Caves – Travel Guide to the largest natural cave system of South India

INTRODUCTION: From sheltering men to their Gods, caves in India have been special right from ancient times. Indian cave systems usually bring to mind the north-eastern state of Meghalaya with its extensive network of caves; surprisingly the southern state of

Grand Canyon of India: Gandikota – A trip to the canyon fort of India

Grand Canyon of India: Gandikota – A trip to the canyon fort of India

INTRODUCTION: Perched atop a 300-foot high canyon, nicknamed the Grand Canyon of India, overlooking the Pennar river, the mighty Gandikota Fort, once the capital stronghold of the Pemmasani Nayaks, stands testament to the rigidity of the structure amidst the untamed wilderness

Lumbini Nepal Tour | Best travel guide & map to Buddha’s birthplace Part 2

Lumbini Nepal Tour | Best travel guide & map to Buddha’s birthplace Part 2

INTRODUCTION: This post is is in continuation to the first part of our travelogue on the UNESCO World Heritage site of Lumbini in Nepal which attained fame as the birthplace of the Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. Do check out our very

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