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Last week, I traveled to a small town 70 miles from my city. The weather was pleasant; cloudy but not yielding to rain. There was a light breeze in my face as I rode down the highway in a rented motorcycle. This is the age of wanderers. People are beginning to travel more, taking advantage..

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Travel is best when inspired. When planning vacations, it’s useful to have advice from experienced travelers so you can create the ultimate travel plan for your travel destination. Vacation planning is particularly challenging when you’re traveling to a whole different continent or unfamiliar territory. Travel apps such as Wildr help by curating vacation stays that..

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Karnataka’s capital Bangalore is set on the Mysore Plateau and is surrounded by a diverse landscape. Forests, hills, valleys and water bodies all come together to provide the city with plenty of natural escapes. Drive for a couple of hours away from the city, and you find yourself among some great trekking and hiking spots…

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In an age of wanderers, it’s not uncommon to hear someone profess their love for travel. But how many of your colleagues or friends have made a career out of traveling? Not many? Here’s a list of top Indian travel bloggers whom wanderers follow for travel hacks and ideas. Planning to travel soon? These resourceful..

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Formerly known as Madras, Chennai is a salad bowl of urban cultures and time-honored traditions that set it apart from many other cities in the country. If you wish to escape the heat and urban din of Chennai, there are greener pastures around the city that are reminiscent of South India’s rich past and treasure..

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If you happen to land in West Bengal’s capital city Kolkata (formerly known as Calcutta), you are likely to get the literal meaning of its sobriquet, “The City of Joy.” Did you know that Kolkata is called, “The City of Joy?” Kolkata is genuinely a joyfully high-spirited city with bustling markets, roaring yellow ambassador taxis,..

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Today’s children are spending increasing amounts of time indoors. In a study of 10 countries, it was found that 3/4th of the under 12 population spent lesser time outdoors than prison inmates (UN regulations stipulate that prison inmates be allotted 1 hour a day outdoors.) Children across the globe spend less than 30 minutes outside..

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As the world is feeling the heat of global warming and climate change, different industries are taking steps to uphold the integrity of our environment. The global tourism industry is no exception. The trillion-dollar sector has embraced eco-tourism to parry the impacts of mass tourism on precious destinations and our Mother Nature at large. Eco-tourism..