Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Cheapest Air Deals to Reunion Islands

Cheapest Air Deals to Reunion Islands


Ever wondered how it would feel like to be able to wander around an enchanting destination with a tropical climate and beautiful volcanic landscapes?  Reunion island is exactly what you’re looking for then. And what’s best for all the adventure junkies is that Reunion Island offers almost one thousand kilometers of hiking trails, with an astonishing variety of landscapes for an island.
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Monday, 27 March 2017

Gudi Padwa and Ugadi

Gudi Padwa and Ugadi

Festivals are at the heart of people in India. We celebrate festivals all year round. Due to the vast cultural and religious diversity, there are a lot of different names for different festivals.

Gudi Padwa is celebrated by Maharashtrians, marking the beginning of a new year, on the next day Ugadi is celebrated as a new year in the South region of India. Ugadi and Gudi Padwa are both celebrated for the same reasons but in different ways.

We live in a such a busy world that we seldom are free to spend time with our family.
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Let’s change it this year and be with our family every chance we get. This year, Gudi padwa falls on a Tuesday and most of us have a holiday on that day, there are ample of things one could do and places one could go with their families.
After all, Vacation doesn't have to be a week long. It could just last a day, spent with our families. So let us make the most of this day and have a new beginning.

Wishing everyone a very Happy Gudi Padwa and Ugadi.

Things to do: Paragliding in Kamshet,
                      Camping Adventure in Palghar,
                  Revdanda Beach Camping and much more.

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Fly Nairobi!

Fly Nairobi!  


Nairobi- The safari capital of Africa is an energetic, modern city that serves as a fascinating introduction to both wildlife and nightlife. Lively music clubs, bustling shops and markets, and  a mélange of restaurants will tempt your palate in this former Maasai watering hole. There are a number of exciting things one can do here.

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Thursday, 16 March 2017

Travel Pattern of Millennials 2017

Travel Pattern of Millennials 2017

Millennials- popularly known as Gen-Y is the most versatile group. They are the most spontaneous travelers. There is a lot of hype about how they are taking over the travel world and completely changing it. While some part of it may be true, it is not entirely accurate. They are who you call a ‘wanderer’, in a true sense.

Gen-Y travels to explore the place for far more than what tourists do. They are Budget conscious, yearn for adventure and are perpetually ready to meet new people. Millennials today, prefer motels/hostels over luxurious hotels, local eateries over fancy restaurants.

Going solo but with a tour operator and a large group is on a rise as it gives them the freedom to explore alone while also having the safety net of a larger group should something go awry.

Bleisure is also becoming a must for them. The notion of travelling for business is very exciting and appealing to the most of them. Travelling for them is not just for fun and vacation, it is slowly becoming a way of life.

One will probably find a group of millennials meandering around a new place like they have lived there their whole lives- just interacting with the locals, participating in the local community activities and whole lot of other local stuff. Millennials are a truly different breed of travelers.

Saturday, 11 March 2017

A different take on Holi

Holi- the festival of colors, is truly very colorful and is celebrated in multifarious ways all over India. Though the colors and the celebrations done normally done are equally exciting and significant, Let us have a look at the intriguing rituals celebrated in different parts of India.

Lath mar Holi- Barsana
Barsana is a town in Uttar Pradesh where the locals celebrate Holi in a very Zestful manner. As the name suggests, it is played using sticks. The women of Barsana beat up men gleefully as they seek forgiveness for their mistakes.

Cultural Holi- Shantiniketan (West Bengal)
The renowned Poet Noble Laureate, Rabindranath Tagore, began the tradition of celebrating Holi as Basant Utsav in Shantiniketan. Every Year the students and faculty of Visva Bharti Institute dress up in colors of spring and put together a cultural programme for visitors – with colors, folk dances and performances to Tagore’s songs and poems.

Warrior Holi- Punjab
Blended with color and gusto, the warrior holi of Punjab is all about celebrating in warrior style. The men all gather up and display their physical strength in the form of kushti and martial arts. Also known as Hola Mohalla, it is celebrated a day after holi.

Royal Holi- Udaipur
Living up to its royal culture, Holi in Udaipur spells class and elegance. Of all the places in Rajasthan where this ritual is performed, the grandest one takes place at the City Palace complex in Udaipur. The royal family of the Mewar dynasty, keeping their annual tradition alive, embark on a stunning palace procession which begins at the Royal residence and goes up to Manek chowk.


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