Category: Budget Tours

10 Tips to Travel on a Limited Budget

Born with a severe case of wanderlust? Want to explore new places, click photographs, experience different cultures, know the history, geography of some place, or perhaps just want some peace to refresh yourself? Then what's stopping you? Love traveling but have budget constraints? Traveling on a budget is one of the hardest things to do especially if you are traveling abroad, so I’ve created a list of tips for you to help you cut down on your expenses and enjoy your trip without any worries. 1. Travel out of season The first thing you can do when you want to…

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Green Shades of Simlipal

Located at a distance of 190 kms from Kolkata, Simlipal National Park in Mayurbhanj district of Odisha has its own reasons to attract itinerants all around the world. Spreading over an area of almost 3000 Kilometre Square, this national park hosts a wide range of flora and fauna. Being one among the 18 biospheres in India, Simlipal is a home to white tigers, leopards, sambar, barking deers, elephants and wild boars. Along with a variety of orchids, jungle fowl, hill mynah and Indian hornbill are some of the most commonly found species of birds in the green wood. Apart from…

Gir Forest

My Fascinating Encounter with the King of the Jungle in the Wild Allures of Gir Forest

The sun hadn’t dawned bright, but it wasn’t dark. Early morning hours and four of us packed into our car, set out for the much awaited road trip covering Saurashtra. The entire route had been planned and by the end of it, well orchestrated. Having covered Dwarkadhish, Porbandar, Somnath and Diu, charting a total distance of 760 km already, we were all set to hit Sasan Girand say hello to our next adventure. Sasan Gir spelled excitement. As the destination approached closer, anticipation and hope got the better of me. Although I had heard stories of people getting lucky with lion spotting in Gir, I couldn’t help wonder if…

Visually Impaired, Will Travel

The visually impaired also need a holiday. A holiday that treats them as equals. Disability tour or disability travel may not be the answer. Inclusive travel, most likely, may be. The lesser conversation we have about how different the disabled people are from able-bodied, the better it is. In fact, the conversation should be, how alike we all are, disabled or able-bodied. And therefore the need to go to a new destination, unwind in the new vibe, and come back learning a thing or two about an earlier unknown place, is universal. Also is the need to take a break…