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  1. i don't know much about hotels, I've stayed in a hostel in jaipur, plenty of hostels in whole Rajasthan. Nahargarh,Jaigarh and Amer forts are must visit and don't miss sunsets
  2. Mine was a 10 day trip.. It was more of a relaxation trip so I have covered place by place very leisurely taking my own sweet time
  3. yes that first picture is long exposure, rest of them are normal
  4. it's hard to break up the costs for everything but It costed me around 55k for me and my wife, that trip was 11days long though.
  5. thank you sagar, I felt sea sickness for the first day and later got used to it, About the accommodation you've to stay in ship cabin, it has Ac and all other facilities.
  6. So dreamy! Speechless pictures accompanied by flawless elaboration on the details.. Best travel story I had come across.. Reading through the whole post made my day and I’m waiting for such another one from you.. Thanks a lot for sharing this ?
  7. DAY - 04 Kadamat Island Exploration Kadmat is purely to quench your desire of spending a whole day in the captivating waters. We reached her early in the morning, catching a glorious sunrise on our way. There are so many water related activities available here that will leave you confused on where to begin with. There are snorkeling trips organized to nearby island reefs. Since we had already done that we decided to go sailing. Far away from the bustling roads, narrow cluttered streets and maddening noise, I just lay by the beach listening
  8. DAY - 03 Minicoy Island Exploration It is a crescent shaped island and has one of the largest lagoons in the region. The island has beautifully arranged villages. They are known as ‘Avah’. A major attraction of Minicoy is the Lighthouse built by the Britishers in 1885. With a scenic surrounding of coconut trees and white sand, this tower offers you a great vista of Virgin Island, Lakshadweep Island and Arabian Sea. Minicoy stunned me completely as my first reaction was where the hell I am. Is this somewhere in
  9. DAY - 02 Kavaratti Island Exploration Kavaratti is the commercial capital of Lakshadweep. It is recognized as the capital city of all the 36 islands. The people of this island have a life of their own. They have their cars, buses for transport and even the roads are metalled and are pretty wide. So it can be considered as the largest of all the islands when it comes to area. First impression of the island was pretty bad. I felt like I came to a place of massive colonisation. I saw small huts, broken boats lying along the shore and big boulders guarding the shorelin
  10. DAY - 01 Kochi to Kavaratti Island Embarkation process from the ship started pretty early which I did not expect. Local fishermen’s’ boats ferried us to the island. Deep inside I was preparing myself from becoming sea sick, after all I have to stay during the course in the ship only. I have witnessed the Sun rise and Sun set in the mountains and always loved it. This sight in the sea is no less than that. Absolutely exuberant! My day - 01 has totally been for the travel between Kochi till the Capital islan
  11. Rendezvous at the Coral Paradise - Sun kissed beauty of nature Lakshadweep islands are undoubtedly India’s best kept secret. Having 36 coral islands stroked with a picturesque landscapes and amber kissed beaches, this is a nature lover’s paradise. Lakshadweep is a group of islands situated some 400 km off India's west coast in the Arabian Sea. It is India’s smallest Union Territory and is an archipelago consisting of 36 islands with an area of 32 sq km. You are guaranteed a soothing vacation muddled only with long walks on never ending shorelines in this aqueo
  12. Enroute Yuksom, you will come across the thundering of the Kanchenjunga waterfall. The falls are often a popular stop in most of the Pelling tours because of their sheer beauty. It is a perennial fall although the volume increases during monsoons. The scenic Khecheopalri Lake holds religious significance to both Buddhists and Hindus and is known to be a wish fulfilling lake. One of its interesting myths is that birds don’t allow any leaves to fall on the lake. It’s also a great spot for bird watching and photography. And with that my
  13. We had left to Pelling via Ravangla for the next 2 days. Pelling is a quaint hill station snuggly nestled in the hills of West Sikkim. It is a popular destination thanks to its natural scenic beauty and rich cultural heritage. A visit to the Pemayangtse Monastery is undoubtedly one of the best things to do in Pelling. The peaceful sanctum is one of the oldest Buddhist monasteries dating back to the 17th century. The place I heard a lot about, did not disappoint. These gigantic architectures with the mountains behind will make you want to believe in t
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