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Travelling on a budget, 7 best money-saving travel tips to use on your next vacation | travel

Want to go on a vacation, but the only travelling you do is between your home and office or college? It’s easy to talk yourself out of making travel plans — whether for fear of planning your itinerary or booking hotels and flight tickets. Most of the time, however, it’s ...

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Kollam on the itinerary – The Hindu

Here’s your chance to visit and explore Kollam town and Tangasseri. Heritage Walk Trivandrum is organising an exploratory visit to Kollam this Sunday. Since registration for travel by bus is already full, those interested can now directly join the team at 8 Point Art Cafe, Asramam, Kollam. “Known as one ...

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Tour venture ‘Moksha: Journey to the Self’ specialises in spiritual tourism

Mochitha Prakriti feels liberated when she travels. Perhaps that is why she never feels the need to stay put even after travelling over 3 lakh km. Nature is her muse (the assumed second name bears ample testimony), while her specialism is the Indus Valley Civilisation. Her myriad journeys across the ...

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Akaroa, the picture-book town in South Island is probably New Zealand’s last French touch

Rolling green hills dotted with sheep, bucolic farms, lakes studded with geese, mallard ducks and swans… The winding Highway 75 from Christchurch, New Zealand, is one of the most picturesque drives; after a couple of hours, we reach a harbour dotted with sailboats and a sea of whitewashed cottages. I ...

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Jet, set, jump: The adventurous side of South Africa

I am on a narrow ledge, my hands atremble and breath, shallow. Above me is the arch of Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium, below, a grassy pitch. My goal: to swing in the air above this pitch and try to avoid thinking of crashing into it. “It’s completely safe. It will ...

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Road Less Travelled: Trek up treacherous Madhugiri and be rewarded with a spectacular view

If doable treks is part of your fitness journey, there’s one around Bengaluru that should be on every beginner’s list. Madhugiri, Asia’s second-largest monolithic rock is about 110 kilometres away from Bengaluru towards Tumkur district. Famous for its fort, the ruins of which lie atop the steep hill at a ...

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Mauritius expects 89,000 Indian tourists in 2018

Island nation Mauritius is expecting about 89,000 Indian tourists this year and several Indian movie makers to take advantage of its expense rebate scheme for shooting there, said a top official of Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) here on Monday.   He said one the latest Indian movie projects to ...

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Amazing Thailand Roadshow to India 2018

Tourism Authority of Thailand organized the “Amazing Thailand Road Show to India 2018″ in Kolkata on 31st August 2018 at ITC Sonar. Around 30 sellers and representatives of Hotels, Resorts, Attractions, DMCs and Airlines from Thailand were present to showcase and promote their products to the travel trade in Kolkata. ...

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Train from Yiwu: Connecting the world

In 2016, the Trans-Siberian railway completed 100 years. Constructed amid the excitement of a world war, it was the first train to bridge Europe and Asia overland, connecting towns of the Russian Far East, on the fringes of the Sea of Japan, to Moscow. As a journey, it has long ...

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Malcha Mahal, Jamali Kamali and more: The truth about 5 haunted places in Delhi | travel

Djinns, house spirits, the woman in white and a British officer from the 18th century- these are just some of the ghosts that are associated with Delhi’s most haunted places. But how much of this is true and are there actually places in the nation’s capital where you can feel ...

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