Yes, Kashmir is very safe for solo travel and for girls. Read on to know where to visit the frozen waterfall and my experience in Srinagar and with the very hospitable locals over there.
My first High Altitude Trek: Deoriatal – Chandrashila – Part 5
Date: 27 March 2018 I woke up at 3am in the morning even though we were to leave at 6.30am. First of all, I did not want to leave the place and return back to the over populated city. So I came out of the tent, roamed around a bit in the moonlight and noticed…
Ultimate Malaysia backpacking guide – 10 days trip in just INR 30k! Day4 – Exploring Langkawi
It was our 4th day in Malaysia and we had reached a place called Langkawi islands the previous night. (In case you have missed my previous blog posts click this link) Our host at the stay helped us in getting a rented self-drive car for 2 days at a discounted price (60MYR for a day)….
5 Reasons why solo travel is soul liberating
“Solo travel” is a trend that is slowly but surely catching up a lot nowadays with more people wandering out on their own to explore the unseen. If you haven’t travelled on that path yet, then you might be wondering what made the others do so. I’m sure most of you will be thinking about…
Why offloading your backpack during trek is not a good idea
March 2018 – Sari, Uttarakhand I had signed up with Indiahikes for my first ever high altitude trek – Deoriatal Chandrashila which is a 3 day trek. Sari is a small village from which the trek begins. First we were given a briefing by our trek leader Bhupender about the details of the trek and…
5 things you must know before buying a tent
Here in this blog I have explained different kinds of tents available in the market and the factors which must be kept in mind before buying one