Called Dev Bhoomi, or the Abode of the Gods, Himachal offers experiences ranging from hiking, trekking, paragliding and sightseeing. The land where scores of Tibetans settled, their monasteries and culture are a treat too.

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44 rivers. A vast network of lakes. Over 1500 kms of labyrinthine canals. Annual Snake boat races. Over 300 species of birds. Floating markets. And so much more.

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Amidst the crevices of the Western Ghats lies a magical land that has a culture and history the likes of which you’ll have never seen. Vivid images of royalty, vast tracts of greenery, the silence in the night as you gaze at the expanse of stars. These are what Coorg is, and so much more!


Think waterfalls. Think forests. Think caves. Think unique tribal culture. Think Bastar! Bastar is located in the state of Chhattisgarh in central India, and its district headquarters is in Jagdalpur. It is one of the most pristine and untouched regions of India!


A land of panoramic perfection: of snow-capped Himalayas, the stimulating scent of flower decked meadows, vibrant culture and joyous festivals. Home to the 3rd highest mountain in the world and an infinite variety of flora and fauna; this is Sikkim.

Yoga Travel

Katha Upanishad defines yoga as “When the five senses, along with the mind, remain still and the intellect is not active, that is known as the highest state. They consider yoga to be firm restraint of the senses. Then one becomes un-distracted for yoga is the arising and the passing away.”



Developed more than 5000 years back, Ayurveda is considered the world’s first ever holistic healing systems. It originates from the sanskrit words: ‘Ayuh’ meaning life and ‘Veda’ meaning knowledge. Ayurveda’s definition therefore roughly translates as “the science of longevity” or “the sacred knowledge of life.”