India is a vast country. It has beautiful places to visit, see and explore. Indians are travellers and foodies to a large extent. These are the people who have travelled extensively and have got the experience. So you can visit the post and take the required information from there. Below are presented top 15 travel blogs which can guide you for places and ways etc:
It will give you complete information on tips, travel variations and attractions. In this post, cruise at allepey, gamble in goa, exotic trip to Andaman and Nicobar Island, heritage resort in Udaipur, paragliding in kamshet is suggested if you want to explore the nature adventurously. You can enjoy the natural beauty if you travel by car. You want to have any information regarding these places then please come to this post.
Yogi Saraswat, the writer travels extensively and without much planning. In present post, he describes about the Taiwanese and Chinese monastery in bodhgaya. He liked a soldier’s sculpture and a female soldier’s sculpture.There is slight difference in Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Thai and Taiwanese Buddha. The illustration is supported by beautiful pictures. If you wish to know more about these monasteries do come and look at this post.
3. Something About Nothing
Subhadip Mukherjee is a traveller and photographer. In this post, he describes about the national tree ‘Baobab’ of the Senegal, western Africa. It is being used in various food products like jam, juice, lalo (millet like porridge). Some species of these trees are eaten as vegetables while some other seeds are used for vege table oil. If you are eager to know some other new revelations you can do so by reading this post.
Sudha has written her present post on Dundlod fort. This is her third out of eight posts on the series of ‘The painted towns of shekhawati’. She narrates her journey to the fort and how she got to see two havelis of Goenkas which otherwise left empty were being kept as a museum. She has uploaded lots of photographs with post. Want to see photographs and the havelis turned museums! Come and enjoy the post.
5. Cocktails, Mocktails and Life
Dipanwita Chakraborty write about her first monsoon trek to Rajmachi and Kondane caves. She jots some facts of fireflies, and about the trek. The description is vivid and detailed. She trekked with a large group. There were 61 of total trekmates. She has uploaded many photographs in support of it. If you want to read a vivid description of an interesting trek then have a look at this post.
6. Voyager For Life
Renuka loves to travel solo. In present post, she describes about her visit and the unmatched natural beauty of the Gurez and Tulail valleys in Kashmir. The travelling to these unsung valleys and villages is slightly difficult. In the valley there are diverse landscapes and you can see different shades of green on it. If you are interested in exploring the valley and read then have a look on this post.
Mandira travels in style. She has penned her visit to Morjim beach in Goa, in this post. Morjim beach is also known as turtle beach. She relaxed, had fun and clicked many photographs there. There she had a sea food which she longed for quite a sometime. It was chilly at that time. If you are inspired by this fun loving, style traveller do have a look at this post.
8. An Ace Guide to Exotic Places in India
Kiran travelfury is a travel freak and travels to mystic places. Here in present post, he describes his visit to 4 haunted places of Goa. He shares about Conjuem fort, Ghost hotel, three king’s church, Igorchem road or Bandh church etc. These are some offbeat and somewhat haunted places of Goa. If you want to have a spine chilling adventurous trip please drop in to have a look at this post.
Heta Gala pins down her visit to many new places in her native place. In this post, she has discussed about her visit to Serena beach resort. It is in the mandvi district of the kutch district.She is very impressed by the way it is built and advises readers to visit the place. If you want to visit this beautiful resort to enjoy your holidays then please do read this post.
Ranjana Jha writes about anything which impresses her in daily life. In this post, she has described the beauty of Paris and especially Eiffel tower and clicked images to support her appreciation. She even felt sorry for her short duration of stay. The images of Eifel tower are beautiful and attractive. If you like to watch Eiffel tower in different lights; please have a look at this post.
11. Team G Square
Dhiraj and Amrutha share experience of exploring incredible India. In present post, they describe the largest fort available till now ‘Sisupalgarh’ in Orissa. It had the capacity of holding 20,000 people. But today, its remains have reached very sorry state due to real estate business. The people should protect their historical sites for the improvement of the society. If interested in knowing about historical places, please read this post.
Sudeep Shukla loves travelling and in present post, he gives a detailed description of Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam along with many images and two videos. Ben Thanh market is worth visiting, according to his. Besides suggesting places to shop, eat; see most interestingly he suggests money saving tips which are very helpful for interested travellers. If you are planning to visit Vietnam, this post is a must read for you.
13. Travel Knots
Bienumv likes to travel and write. In present post, she share her future plans to visit Sri Lanka where particularly she wants to visit Relic of tooth temple in Kandy. It houses left upper canine tooth of the lord Buddha himself. It is situated 115 kms. from Colombo. It has got a long history. She plans to stay in resort on mount Lavinia beach. If you are attracted towards this place, please see this post.
Ram and Reshma has penned down Bhutan entry procedure for different types of travellers. They talk about permits if you are planning to travel by road on your own bike. They tell about travel and vehicle permit for foreign nationals and stay too. They elaborate in detail the process of entry and vehicle permit. If you are planning your trip to Bhutan, this post will help you a lot.
Oindrila De warns against the things you must not do while you are in Venice, in present post. She wants to save the aspiring tourists from falling in the tourist traps. She advises to go in for a group gondola ride, not to buy masks, try to reach there during sun-shine only. Her advice is on type of food . So, if you find these useful please read this post.
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