• Beautiful Gardens of Rajasthan
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    Gardens of Rajasthan

    Beautiful Gardens of Rajasthan Often called as the “Land of Maharajas (Kings)”, the state of Rajasthan is the largest state of India (by area i.e. 342,239 square kilometers) and engulfed almost everything in its territory. There are a lot of things to explore for a traveler visiting here. Right from stunning palace & forts, to the vibrant culture to tranquil lakes to beautiful artifacts, Rajasthan attracts a huge of tourists (both domestic and international) every year. Rajasthan is also known for its harsh climate, Thar Desert, and terrain region, but this land also houses a number of beautiful gardens. In this write-up, we have mentioned some of the popular gardens…

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    Backpacking Through Europe – Ten Travel Tips

    Backpacking Through Europe – Ten Travel Tips Backpacking through Europe is a rite of passage for many Americans, Australians, and New Zealanders. Here are ten tips to keep your budget low and your comfort and style high. Unless you’re only traveling with carry-on baggage, take a spinner suitcase rather than a backpack, Carry-on baggage allowance is lower in Europe than in the US. Unless you’re traveling ultralight, take a spinner suitcase instead of a backpack. Carrying a backpack is uncomfortable. Packing a backpack usually also takes more time than packing a suitcase. Plan your visa situation – 90 Days in Schengen Countries. You can only stay a total of 90 days out…

  • Autumn- The Perfect Time For A City Break
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    Autumn: The Perfect Time For A City Break

    Autumn: The Perfect Time For A City Break While many people fixate on the summer holidays, there’s a lot to be said for getting away at other times of the year when destinations are less busy. I think autumn is the ideal season to choose if you’re thinking of going on a city break. Why I hear you ask? Well, aside from fewer crowds, you can often enjoy excellent weather in the autumn and if you’re heading somewhere in northern Europe, it won’t be too cold yet either. Of course, you can always travel south to get a little more sunshine before winter sets in back in the UK. Another…

  • Australian Campervan Touring Guide
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    Australian Campervan Touring Guide

    Australian Campervan Touring Guide Stunning Ayers Rock Australian Campervan Touring Guide: A road trip via camper van or motor home can be the best way to see Australia. Australia is a big country and there are many less explored and remote areas which are not easily accessible by trains or airplanes  Most of these remote areas provide a joyful ride and let you experience the beautiful Australian landscape. Motor homes can be the best mode of transportation for both foreigners and native Australian tourists. In fact, most Australians are known to love a good road trip in a motor-home. However, you always need proper planning when you are thinking about…

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    Travel Directions in Spanish

    Asking For Travel Directions in Spanish Getting Directions en Espana! The Definitive Guide Travel Directions in Spanish: If you’re planning a four-wheeled Spanish adventure, you’ll need to know some basic phrases to help you get around. Your GPS and road maps can get you so far, but there’s no substitute for being able to ask the locals how to get around. To help boost your Spanish skills, there’s always the option of booking classes. Specialist language schools like Spanish Connection offer a range of classes to suit all levels of ability and time frames. One of the advantages of learning Spanish in this way is the fact that you’ll pick up much…

  • Ashtavinayak Temples in Maharashtra
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    Ashtavinayak Temples in Maharashtra

    Ashtavinayak Temples in Maharashtra- A Famous Religious Tour Ashtavinayak Temples: India is a mystic country that has many aspects which amaze its visitors from around the world. By many, India is renowned for its diverse religions, cultures, and ethnicities. Its demographic portrays an ideal example of unity in diversity. However, with over 80 percent population following Hinduism (which is one of the oldest religions in India and the world), India is dotted with Hindu temples and shrines. In fact, you can find a temple or shrine at almost every nook and corner. As per Vedic science, it is believed that Hinduism has over 33 crore Gods and Goddesses who are…