The total distance between Rameshwaram and Kanyakumari is 325 Km and it takes as much as six and a half hours to reach the destination by car. As per several forum answers, the shortest route from Rameshwarm to Kanyakumari is through » Read more
If you are here to tour around in India right now, the biggest problem that you might be facing is a bad cash crunch. Reason is a surprise decision taken by the central government to demonetise (or scrap) 500 and 1000 denomination currency notes without much institutional preparation.
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Traveling becomes more excited if complimented with the best accommodation to stay in, because traveling in Rajasthan does not only mean moving around and capturing the sites into the lenses of your camera but also to rely with ease in the hotel rooms. » Read more
Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India is known for its hectic lifestyle. If you are stressed out and want to spend a weekend far from the maddening crowd of the capital city of Karnataka, there are several places round the city to help you out. » Read more
Kathmandu the capital city of Nepal is the gateway to Nepal Tourism. It is the largest municipality of the nation and is known for hosting the headquarters of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). » Read more
Before you start any type to trip to India, it is always better to plan. There are a lot of different types of trips that you can take in India like monument trips, wildlife trip, beach vacation, nightlife getaway and so on. » Read more
In the year 1977, the International Council of Museums (ICOM) formed International Museum Day with the aim to increase awareness amongst public about the role of museums. To tell how museums contribute in society’s development. » Read more
Darjeeling is not just a simple hill station. It has lovely scenic places, landscapes, villages and a rich diverse collection of flora and fauna. Starting from lake to monasteries, you can enjoy a lot here. » Read more
Holi is one of the most important festivals of India. It is celebrated during spring season in every region of India that marks the commencement of summer. This festival is considered as the festival of colors, as people in India get drenched in colored water and have an enthusiastic color fight throughout the day. » Read more
Ladakh, being located in the Trans-Himalayan region of Jammu & Kashmir, in North India makes it a popular spot amongst nature and adventure enthusiasts. This mountainous region remains thronged by the tourists from all across the world to explore its mesmerizing nature. » Read more
You might have got caught up in your routine life that you almost stop doing unique and interesting things. Today, vacation has also become a routine in people’s life. » Read more
Mt. Everest is the tallest peak in the world and many people consider reaching the peak as glory of life time. But, this does not mean that only those who can climb to the peak can enjoy it. There are many other ways to enjoy the peak and get the experience of a mighty natural wonder. » Read more
Are you planning to visit the country for the very first time? You need to learn about a few important things before entering the country.
Durga Puja is an important festival that is celebrated in India, especially West Bengal. This is a festival that happens for nine days. According to mythology, three goddesses joined together to become Durga to kill a demon. This year, Durga Puja starts on 12th of October and ends on 23rd. The last five days of this festival is the most colourful times of West Bengal. » Read more
There is a lot of difference between taking your young kid and taking a baby to Kerala. There are a lot of attractions that would keep your kid busy. But, what to do if you have a baby during your visit? Who said you cannot enjoy a vacation with a baby? » Read more