For the one who loves to keep moving……

Snorkeling and scuba diving in Hanifaru Bay,Baa Atoll, Maldives

There are two types of Manta rays – Resident Reef Manta and Giant Reef Manta. The giant Manta rays are the world’s largest rays but it’s the Reef Manta that are found in Hanifaru Bay. They feed on zooplankton, migrate and are sparsely distributed throughout the world. Their migration depends on the movement of theContinue reading “Snorkeling and scuba diving in Hanifaru Bay,Baa Atoll, Maldives”

Bharatpur- Heaven for birders

Bharatpur bird sanctuary, also known as the Keoladeo Ghana National Park is situated in Bharatpur, Rajasthan. It derives its name from the Keoladeo temple located inside the sanctuary and is famous for its flora, fauna and migratory birds. The park was used as a hunting ground by the Maharajas of Bharatpur in the 1800’s.  InContinue reading “Bharatpur- Heaven for birders”

A weekend in Jawai, Rajasthan

Jawai is a small village in Pali district of Rajasthan. The village covers an area of 500 km² and is surrounded by the Aravallis. The area is known for leopards, crocodiles and migratory birds. More than 100 species of birds frequent Jawai every day. Bera is referred to as ‘leopard country’ as the  highest concentrationContinue reading “A weekend in Jawai, Rajasthan”


We booked our trip with G Adventures and we would definitely recommend this to all those planning their next vacation. If you are on a budget trip, Vietjet is a reasonable airline. We took the 1150pm flight from New Delhi. With an hour’s delay we arrived at Ho Chi Minh at 8.00 am. Immigration takesContinue reading “VIETNAM AT A GLANCE”

2 days in Hampi, India

Travel options If you are travelling from Delhi to Hampi, you may either fly to Hyderabad or Bengaluru. There is a flight from Hyderabad (Truejet 2T-623) at 13.00 and a 15.55 flight from Bengaluru to Bellary (Vidyanagar Airport) which is approximately 40 kms from Hampi. We took the 50 minutes flight from Hyderabad which wasContinue reading “2 days in Hampi, India”

Highlights of Assam- Forests and tea gardens

Assam is a state in northeastern India known for its wildlife and tea plantations. The state is bordered by Bhutan, Arunachal Pradesh (North) Meghalaya, Tripura, Mizoram, Bangladesh (South) Nagaland, Manipur (East) and West Bengal (West). The official language of Assam is Assamese. The one horned rhinoceros (signature species!), tiger, wild buffalo, Asian elephant and aContinue reading “Highlights of Assam- Forests and tea gardens”


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