Places To Explore In Rameswaram, Madurai & Kanyakumari

Rameswaram, Madurai, and Kanyakumari are the three real gems of the South Indian state – Tamil Nadu. People travel often to Tamil Nadu to fall in deep with its surreal beauty and to spiritualize their soul by witnessing the decade long sacred rituals that this state is worshipping. Among the many other beautiful sites in Tamil Nadu, these three has long been regarded as the most famous of all and also registers the highest number of travelers every year.

Rameswaram, a small town stretched on Pamban Island is the place where the memories of Ramayana are celebrated. Madurai is the major cultural city of Tamil Nadu whose skyline is dominated by the 14 colorful gateway towers in the old-Dravidian style. Kanyakumari is the place where you can witness the magic of nature because on one side you will see a beautiful day and the other side will make you look at the dark night.

Below, is the list of all the places that you can explore in Rameswaram, Madurai, and Kanyakumari.So, do care to go through this list once and you can also check our Madurai Rameswaram Kanyakumari tour for more information.


Places to Explore in Rameswaram

Ramanathaswamy Temple

Ramanathaswamy Temple is a very popular temple living spiritualism in Rameswaram where millions of devotees pay homage to the statue of Lord Shiva. It is believed that it was this place where Lord Rama prayed for forgiveness from Lord Shiva for killing all the people during the war with Ravana. This temple is also revered as one of the twelve sacred Jyotirlingas sprawled in the different parts of India. There is also a holy water tank inside the temple premise where you can take a sacred dip to cleanse yourself from your past sins.


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Pamban Bridge

Pamban bridge showcases nature’s beauty to its every visitor. It is the very first sea bridge of India which connects Rameswaram with mainland India. From the road that stands parallel to this bridge, you can see the ethereal beauty of this decade-old bridge. And if you can take out time to visit this place during sunset then, it will surely be the most magical experience for you. It is very disheartening that the government is planning to construct India’s first vertical lift bridge at the same place where this 104 year old bridge is located.


Pamban Bridge

Dhanushkodi Beach

Dhanushkodi is a narrow 9-mile long sandy beach where the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean merge in a most surreal way. Late night walks at this beach will surely give you the exploration pleasure and will stay with you as one of the best memories of your lifetime. Tamilnadu tourism depicts the charms of this glimmering beach as there are thousands of tourists thronging to this each destination almost every day. The two most popular attraction that you can visit in here is Ram Sethu and Adam’s Bridge which is believed to be constructed by the monkey army of Lord Rama during the war with Ravana.


Dhanushkodi Beach

Places to Explore in Madurai

Sri Meenakshi Amman Temple

Sri Meenakshi Temple is Madurai’s sacred charm which is located on the southern bank of River Vaigai. The temple famously worships the idol of Meenakshi (I.e. divine consort of Lord Shiva – Goddess Parvati) and welcomes the highest number of pilgrims every year. The temple is presumed to be built somewhere around the 14 th century which has about 14 gateway towers that very beautifully dominates the skyline of Madurai. Also, the temple is reckoned as the cleanest iconic wonders in India. So, exploring this famous temple will be one of the most enchanting spiritual journeys for you.


Sri Meenakshi Amman Temple

Thirumalai Nayakkar Palace

Thirumalai Nayakkar Palace is a perfect blend of Rajput architectural style with that of the Dravidian style. It is believed to be the palace where the long-lived king Thirumalai Nayak stayed during his rule in Madurai. You can admire the old-architectural style where the ceiling beautifully showcases the intricate designs and strong pillars define its hard beauty. A light and sound show are also celebrated here in the evening where you can follow a small skit overlaying the life journey of King Nayakkar.


Thirumalai Nayakkar Palace

Gandhi Memorial Museum

Gandhi Memorial Museum in Madurai is among the other four museums exhibiting the historical evidence of Mahatma Gandhi’s life. The museum also displays the blood-stained clothes worn by him at the time he was brutally assassinated. Apart from that blood-stained garment, the museum also exhibits 14 other artifacts that were used by Mahatma Gandhi in their daily life.


Gandhi Memorial Museum

Places to Explore in Kanyakumari

Vivekananda Rock Memorial

Vivekananda Rock Memorial is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Kanyakumari which honors the spiritual journey of Swami Vivekananda who is believed to attained enlightenment here. What makes this rock memorial a beautiful sight is that it is being surrounded by the Laccadive Sea from every side and gives away a surreal view during sunset.




Thiruvalluvar Statue

Thiruvalluvar Statue is a 133-feet tall intricately designed stone sculpture of the famous poet and philosopher of Tamil – Valluvar. The statue is built atop a small island where you can witness the magic of nature as two seas (the Bay of Bengal and the Arabian Sea) and the Indian Ocean meet. You can also witness the ethereal moment of watching the sunset at one side and the harmony of a quiet day on the other side. If you want to meet your inner soul then covering this spot is one of the best ideas as the destination is filled with serene and tranquil ambiance which is quite alluring and appealing to the tourists visiting here.


Thiruvalluvar Statue

Kanyakumari Beach

Kanyakumari beach is the most pristine beach sprawled beautifully in the town of Kanyakumari. You can witness the beautiful confluence of Bay of Bengal, Arabian Sea, and the Indian Ocean at this beach. You can either take those long quiet walks where you can talk every confession to your soul or you can just sit on a rock where every minute a strong wave will hit your foot. So, this will be the best place to contemplate about yourself and your dreams.


Kanyakumari Beach

Handy Resources:

Below are the few resources you should check before making an itinerary.

Cheap Internation Flights: Best place to find cheap international flight tickets.

Best Deals On Hotels: Places to find best deals on hotels.

Amazon: Best place for all your needs. Also, find best travel accessories.

Agoda: Best place to book hotels of your liking. Agoda provides the best solution & great offer while booking a hotel.

Skyscanner: Skyscanner compares various sites & sort the flights based on the rates. A great way to check flight cost. Although the only drawback is that rates are flexible. Hence, the cost might change while you are making the payment.

Jetradar: Jetradar is a comparing site which is just like Skyscanner. But, is much more accurate & much more handy in use.

Booking: Best place to book hostel rooms. There are plenty of options available & with so many properties booking becomes much easier.

Couchsurfing: Best place to find free accommodation. It is as easy as filtering people & messaging. If you will get lucky you will find free accommodation in local resident house.

Travel Insurance: There are numerous options available to get one. So, you can choose anything which suits your requirement. Make sure you read the terms & conditions before buying one.


This post is by Sakshi Kaushik

Places Worth to Visit in India and Few Tips to Enjoy Your Trip

India is a diverse country with a rich history and beautiful landscapes. It has mountains, rivers, deserts and everything a man can imagine. It is bordered by Nepal, Pakistan, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and China. It exhibits great diversity with more than 15 languages spoken and a wide diversification in cuisines in each state we go.

Well, spending holidays in India could be a time taking thing so it is suggested to carry a bit extra things with you. There isn’t any need to take stress about the weight of your luggage because now there are many cargo companies who take great care of your this problem by sending excess luggage to India by air cargo and sea cargo as well.

One can visit a wide variety of possible destinations in India. From the chaos of cities to the relaxing scenery of the hills, this country has all one wants to see. Following are the best places to visit in India.
Places in India

1. Ladakh

Ladakh is located in the north-most areas of India with beautiful snow-capped hills, jaw-dropping beautiful valleys and several monasteries that belong to the Buddhists It is located in Kashmir, which holds great significance due to it being a disputed territory. The town of Leh is the ideal place to visit in Ladakh, which is situated at a high elevation from sea level. Ladakh is full of Buddhist monasteries and temples, which are centuries old and hold great significance in Buddhism. The best natural places to visit in Ladakh are Pangong Lake, Nubra Valley and Zanskar River. The Hemis Festival held in Leh is also something a lot of tourists must experience when coming to Ladakh.
Ladhak India

2. Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer is a beautiful city located in Rajasthan, which is also known as the ‘Land of Golden Sand’. It is located in the Thar Desert, which never disappoints you with its golden sand and enchanting beauty. There are many places to visit in Jaisalmer like ‘Salim Ji Ki Haveli’ and ‘Patwon ki Haveli’ which shed a great deal of light on the wealthy grandeur of Rajput Merchants. The desert festival held annually in Jaisalmer makes it a great occasion, and one which makes it a worthwhile holiday trip. Jaisalmer is one of the most vibrant places in India, and surely one of the most striking ones. Apart from Jaisalmer there is Udaipur which is a royal place to visit.
Jaisalmer Rajasthan

3. Sikkim

Sikkim is a beautiful city located in North-East Himalayas. It has beautiful snow-capped hills, immaculate lakes and wonderful monasteries belonging to the Buddhists. If someone wants to find peace and be alone for some time, Sikkim is one of the best spots to do so. Sikkim is famous for its Yak, so it is great to experience the ‘Yak Safari’. You’ll get hypnotized in the enchanting enchantress of the Lake Tsomgo, Gurudongmar Lake and Khecheopalri Lake. Overall, Sikkim is one of the best places to visit in India being a tourist, and if you’re looking for an ideal holiday destination, Sikkim is going to be one of your top priorities.
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4. Goa

Goa is a holiday destination famous for late-night festivities and its beautiful beaches. It is a former colony of Portugal which attracts both national and international tourism. If you’re seeking a romantic place to spend your holidays, Goa should be the best place that comes to your mind.Candolim Beach and Anjuna Beach are one of the best sites to visit in Goa. To have a look at the beautiful coastline of Goa, you can always go to the Chapora Fort to have a look at the beauty of the Goa beaches from a new angle. If you’re still not satisfied, Palolem beach will make sure to satisfy you by all means.
Goa Places To Visit In India




5. Varanasi

Varanasi is also called the Spiritual Capital of India. It is situated on the bank of River Ganges. The city is more than 3100 years old, which also makes it one of the oldest occupied cities in the world.The biggest attraction in Varanasi is religious buildings. From Temples to Mosques, you’ll be amazed by the antiquity of the city. The main attraction is the Alamgir Mosque and the Sankat Mochan Temple. This temple is famous because it is full of monkeys. More than 65000 people go every day to take a bath in the Ganges River.
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6. Agra

Agra is a city in Uttar Pradesh, located approximately 200km from Delhi. Generally, you can reach Agra from Delhi in under 3 hours by road. By train, you can take a train and reach Agra Cantt, the main station of Agra. The best time to visit Agra is from November to February with some great discounts as well due to November being the off-season. Agra is known for the Taj Mahal. It is located on the bank of Yamuna River. It was built by Shah Jahan who did it to house his wife’s tomb Mumtaz. It was built in between 1631 and 1648. It is a great attraction and is currently part of UNESCO World Heritage.
Taj Mahal Agra

7. Dharamsala

Dharamsala is known as the residence of the Tibetan monk Dalai Lama. It is located at a distance of 18km from Kangra City in Himachal Pradesh. The city is comprised of two parts; the upper-division and the lower division. The upper area is Mcleodganj while the lower town is known as Dharamsala.

The best time to visit Dharamsala is in dry and sunny days as this city is also one of the wettest cities of India. The winter in Dharamsala is very cold while the summer is very rainy in the end.
Dharamshala

Things to keep in mind while travelling to India

There are a few tips that will help tourists when they visit India. They are explained as follows:

 1. Plan your trip

After you have finally decided to visit India, the next thing that should be in your mind is to plan your trip. India is a very big country so you should prepare a plan for yourself which contains the places which you will visit during your stay in India. If you’re not coming with a travel agency or a tourist group, then you need to plan your trip accordingly.
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2.  Learn how to bargain

India is one of those places where people adjust the rates of certain products by just looking at tourists. So, one needs to learn how to bargain with the Indian shopkeepers, which can save a lot of money for tourists. Visiting people can ask locals about the actual prices of products to know the difference and then bargain accordingly.




3. Go outside cities

The main beauty of India is not in its hustling and bustling cities. Its real beauty can be felt and seen by visiting villages outside the cities. Villages are much calmer than cities and their air is fresh. You get to feel the love and hospitality of the villagers, which gives a real sense of belongingness and importance.
Indian City

4. Be a traditionalist

When you go to tour different places in India, try to blend in with the locals. This can only happen by wearing local clothes. Wearing skirts or other dress that doesn’t cover your body is not recommended at all because this can attract unwanted attention. Try to be as conservative as you can and be communicative to the locals.

5. Beware of pickpockets and scammers

India, like many tourist destinations in the world, is a place where pickpockets thrive especially in congested areas full of tourists. Beware of all kinds of pickpockets and keep everything you have in check. Make sure that your surroundings are safe.

Another issue that sometimes demotivates a lot of people from travelling is scams. Scams in tourist destinations are very common and tourists must keep their eyes open when touring places in India.

Handy Resources:

Below are the few resources you should check before making an itinerary.

Cheap Internation Flights: Best place to find cheap international flight tickets.

Best Deals On Hotels: Places to find best deals on hotels.

Amazon: Best place for all your needs. Also, find best travel accessories.

Agoda: Best place to book hotels of your liking. Agoda provides the best solution & great offer while booking a hotel.

Skyscanner: Skyscanner compares various sites & sort the flights based on the rates. A great way to check flight cost. Although the only drawback is that rates are flexible. Hence, the cost might change while you are making the payment.

Jetradar: Jetradar is a comparing site which is just like Skyscanner. But, is much more accurate & much more handy in use.

Booking: Best place to book hostel rooms. There are plenty of options available & with so many properties booking becomes much easier.

Couchsurfing: Best place to find free accommodation. It is as easy as filtering people & messaging. If you will get lucky you will find free accommodation in local resident house.

Travel Insurance: There are numerous options available to get one. So, you can choose anything which suits your requirement. Make sure you read the terms & conditions before buying one.



This guest post is from Isla Oliver.

World of India

1. Hundreds of cuisines In India

Maybe no other nation can offer you more cuisines than india. There’s nothing of the sort as normal Indian food ; from Kerala to Kolkata there’s a buffet of impressive territorial dishes to be found, past the well-known top picks of chicken tikka masala, rogan josh, malai kofta and baked margarine naan, which can regularly be more earnestly to discover in India than in the UK. Food is a feature of any Indian outing.


Food World of India

2. It’s low-cost

As per the biennial World Economic Forum (WEF) Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report, India positions is 10th best for “value intensity”. Luxurious accomodation is generally reasonable, and you can get around the nation via train for very low cost. An ongoing drop in the value of the rupee implies that trip to India is even more cheaper than usual. The pound as of now purchases around six percent more Indian cash than it completed a year prior.


3. The world’s most popular structure

“The Taj Mahal is the most popular structure on the planet and seemingly the most lovely” it is widely considered one of the most beautiful buildings ever created in history. “The design is grand yet the story the stones encapsulate that draws 7,000,000 guests every year.”


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4. Also, the craziness of Delhi

India’s capital is a throbbing megalopolis that smothers and invigorates in equivalent measure (the same number of India’s urban communities do). In any case, hold on for this fuming settlement and it will gradually uncover a side you might not have expected; find verdant parks with their initial morning yoga classes, lose all sense of direction in its dusty bookshops, meander around its extravagant Hindu sanctuaries, tune in to the call to petition reverberation from timeworn mosques, shop at awesome markets, go to a satire club and take in a Bollywood appear.


5. You can observe the Wagah border function

Since 1959, at the wilderness among India and Pakistan, outskirt protects from the two countries have occupied with a strange fringe service that, as indicated by Jack Palfrey, an ongoing guest, summons “the balance and style of artful dance and the dramatic skill and hostility of expert wrestling.” Expect goose-venturing, yelling and much fervor from the groups that accumulate to observe each day.


6. And, stay in a royal castles

Live like a Mughal ruler in one of India’s previous castles, a large number of which have since been changed over into luxurious lodgings. There are such a significant number of to browse and discover some motivation further beneath.


7. The natural life is inconceivable

Experience Rudyard Kipling’s India with a natural life watching outing to one of the nation’s numerous national parks, where guests can see everything from tigers and elephants to rhinos and rufous-bellied bird of prey falcons. Eminent parks incorporate Ranthambore, Pench, Kanha and Bandhavgarh. This is not all India also has rivers which holds deity like position in India. Click here for 10 Longest river in India.


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8. Indian craftsmanship is resurgent

As per the Spirit Bohemian Art manager, Alastair Smart, these are energizing occasions for Indian workmanship, which is experiencing something of a renaissance, driven by creatives in Mumbai. Peruse about it in his dispatch from the hot Indian city.


9. There are magnificent railroad ventures

Nothing very contrasts and going around India via train, an encounter that causes wonder, anxious expectation and exciting invigoration in equivalent measure. The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, a Unesco World Heritage site that breezes through the tight avenues of Darjeeling, is a conspicuous feature, yet there are numerous others.


10. You can do a boat trip on Kerala’s backwaters

Kerala’s backwaters are a labyrinth of winding streams, trenches and lakes extending about 50 miles, and they are best investigated on one of the old rice freight boats, which were earlier utilized for moving grain yet have since been changed over to ship vacationers around.


House Boat Kerala India

11. Or on the other hand observe Varanasi

“Varanasi is India for the accomplished,” composes Gill Charlton. “Its packed limited back streets can incite claustrophobia even in prepared voyagers: grievers convey their dead on caskets to the consuming patios over the waterway; sacred men and explorers wash in the honestly dingy waters upstream and counsel stargazers and palm perusers; and dairy animals, goats and worn out kids search for scraps on the ghats – the flights of ventures down to the Ganges.” Not for the cowardly at that point, yet a serious display.


12. There’s a Golden Triangle

The urban communities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur are known as the Golden Triangle due to their social quality. These urban areas structure the premise of the great voyage through northern India, which incorporates the notable Taj Mahal and Ranthambore National Park.


13. You can climb the Himalayas

Despite the fact that the star fascination of the Himalayas, Mount Everest, lies a huge number of kilometers from India, on the boondocks among Nepal and China, the Indian part of this epic mountain range offers numerous eye catching vistas and fine climbing. Or on the other hand invest a little energy in the lower regions. Rishikesh, the north Indian town on the Ganges regularly called “the yoga capital of the world” ended up world-renowned gratitude to the Beatles, who came to remain 50 years back, and (with no undue surge) it’s currently benefiting as much as possible from its VIP association. The center is an intriguingly elective vacation destination – the remaining parts of the ashram kept running by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, a man with a triumphant line in moxy and a truly straggling whiskers.


Himalaya India

14. It’s little bit French

At any rate it is in Pondicherry, a pocket-sized previous state which France administered somewhere in the range of 1672 and 1954. “They left an inheritance that uncovers itself in amazing ways,” composed Mick Brown after a visit.

“The long, clearing promenade – the Rue de la Marine – that fringes the Bay of Bengal conveys echoes of Deauville or Biarritz. The road signs would be at home in any French common town; and this is the main spot in India where the police wear red képis.”


15. There’s a cut of heaven

Goa is flawless, yet in the event that you need influencing palms, brilliant sand and turquoise waters, at that point head to the Havelock Islands. Coasting in the Bay of Bengal, this tropical archipelago offers maybe the best making a plunge India and is, by most meanings of the word, heaven.


Sunsets In India
This is a guest post by Spirit Bohemian. I am posting this on his behalf & all the content & photos is owned by Spirit Bohemian.

Handy Resources:

Below are the few resources you should check before making an itinerary.

Cheap Internation Flights: Best place to find cheap international flight tickets.

Best Deals On Hotels: Places to find best deals on hotels.

Amazon: Best place for all your needs. Also, find best travel accessories.

Agoda: Best place to book hotels of your liking. Agoda provides the best solution & great offer while booking a hotel.

Skyscanner: Skyscanner compares various sites & sort the flights based on the rates. A great way to check flight cost. Although the only drawback is that rates are flexible. Hence, the cost might change while you are making the payment.

Jetradar: Jetradar is a comparing site which is just like Skyscanner. But, is much more accurate & much more handy in use.

Booking: Best place to book hostel rooms. There are plenty of options available & with so many properties booking becomes much easier.

Couchsurfing: Best place to find free accommodation. It is as easy as filtering people & messaging. If you will get lucky you will find free accommodation in local resident house.

Travel Insurance: There are numerous options available to get one. So, you can choose anything which suits your requirement. Make sure you read the terms & conditions before buying one.

Best Places for Kayaking In Georgia

Best Places For Kayaking In Georgia
Georgia is a land of endless wonders and adventurous activities. It is still untarnished by modern tourism and retains its authenticity to its core. Bounded by the waters of the Black Sea in the East; Turkey and Armenia in the South; beautiful Azerbaijan in the East and mighty Russia in the North – Georgia is the heaven nestled amidst the Caucasus Range.Kayaking is one of the activities that will pull you towards the nature. So, here is 9 best places for Kayaking In Georgia.


Top Places to Kayak in Georgia

Georgia offers a wide range of waterways to explore kayaking for adventure lovers. You can find scenic coastal areas, lakes, whitewater rapids, etc to match your idea of adventure in Georgia . Kayaking is a really entertaining way to explore the country’s natural beauty. Here are some of the best places to kayaking in Georgia!


1. Mtkvari River

The Mtkvari River is one of the major rivers of Georgia. Since the Soviet Union times the river has been a popular tourist attraction. The river is located in the Javakheti region which is highly forested and has deep river valleys. The paddling section for kayaking starts in Vardzia. The confluence of the Paravani and Mtkvari River is the take-out point and the location of the Khertvisi Fortress. The Fortress belongs to the 10th century and plays an important role in defending the region. It is an amazing sight during the kayaking tour. It has imposing towers and secret tunnels that can be explored while enjoying kayaking.


2. Paravani River

The Paravani River is also one among the best places to go kayaking in Georgia. It has steeps and falls in class 4 whitewater category. It offers 10 km paddling area. It is also located in the Javakheti region. The river belongs to the cave town of Vardzia. The town has a humongous cave network that was built during the 12th century. It has 3000 caves that could contain around 50,000 people. It is home to various kayakers and provides ample opportunities to enjoy adventurous rides.


3. Tskhenistskhali River

The Tskhenistskhali River is located in the lower Svaneti region of Georgia. The land is home to the typical traditional Georgian homes and has some of the most exquisite natural wonders. This reason also houses UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This river has big volume and stretches for 15 km in a Canyon. There are lots of Category 4 and 5 whitewater as well as rapids. This is one of the best places to go kayaking in Georgia that can be enjoyed by the tourists.


4. Kheledura River

The Kheledura River is also located in the Lower Svaneti Region. It is Tskhenistskhali River’s right tributary with a 7 km stretch for kayaking. The river is steep and is a category IV whitewater with medium volume.


5. Rioni River

The Rioni River is one of the best places to go kayaking in Georgia. This is also the legendary river of the country that has different sections for exciting kayaking. The river has class 2 and class 5 kayaking sections. The upper gorge is the most interesting part which stretches for around 50 km. The river is steep and continues as a whitewater kayaking destination.


6. River Mestiachala and River Tsaneri

River Mestiachala and River Tsaneri are located in the Upper Svaneti regions. They are two small rivers passing through Mestia. Mestia is yet another amazing tourist destination that houses some of the oldest remnants of Georgia’s History. Kayaking in these rivers is accompanied with gorgeous views of beautiful canyons and comprises of category 2 and Category 4 white water kayaking waters.


7. Inguri River

The Inguri River is known as the most powerful river of Georgia Country. It is also considered as the most difficult kayaking destination in the Caucasus mountain. From Category 2 whitewater to Category 4 + + White Waters; this river is the perfect site for the adrenaline junkies. The river offers lots of sections that can be explored and all of them are hidden in the breathtakingly beautiful and deep canyons. The river offers lots of places for expert Kayakers and the lower part of the river has really never been explored by many.


8. Mulkhura River

The Mulkhura River starts from the confluence of Tsaneri River and Mestiachala River. It is the right tributary of the Inguri River. The river passes to extremely deep canyons and thus offers vast stretches of category III to category V white Waters. The stretch of 12 km is really exciting and can be covered by the expert kayakers only. This section requires difficult scouting and rope work to be passed.


9. Nenskra River

The Nenskra River is also the right tributary of River Inguri. It is also famous as the most beautiful river of Svaneti Region. It has two interesting stretches that cover lots of category IV and categories IV + Rapids.


Georgia is just like heaven for the kayakers. They can enjoy an amazing camping experience while indulging in the kayaking all across the nation. There are plenty of campgrounds that are available at highly affordable prices. Hostels and other cheap accommodations are also available. There are many local and small restaurants located at all the famous kayaking spots

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Handy Resources:

Below are the few resources you should check before making an itinerary.

Cheap Internation Flights: Best place to find cheap international flight tickets.

Best Deals On Hotels: Places to find best deals on hotels.

Amazon: Best place for all your needs. Also, find best travel accessories.

Agoda: Best place to book hotels of your liking. Agoda provides the best solution & great offer while booking a hotel.

Skyscanner: Skyscanner compares various sites & sort the flights based on the rates. A great way to check flight cost. Although the only drawback is that rates are flexible. Hence, the cost might change while you are making the payment.

Jetradar: Jetradar is a comparing site which is just like Skyscanner. But, is much more accurate & much more handy in use.

Booking: Best place to book hostel rooms. There are plenty of options available & with so many properties booking becomes much easier.

Couchsurfing: Best place to find free accommodation. It is as easy as filtering people & messaging. If you will get lucky you will find free accommodation in local resident house.

Travel Insurance: There are numerous options available to get one. So, you can choose anything which suits your requirement. Make sure you read the terms & conditions before buying one.

Where To Find Best Hotel Deals

Accommodation is the second step in planning a trip. I have already covered from where one can book cheap international flight tickets & you can also all the countries I have traveled to by using these search engines. Now, moving on to the second part. Accommodation booking, there are numerous sites from where one can book cheap accommodations. Further, booking a hostel dorm bed is way much cheaper than booking a 3-star hotel. But, this solely depends on user preferences. Some people want to enjoy a luxury stay while others want to book budget accommodation. So, based on your interests you can select either of the options. I am here stating various sites from where you can book your stay at a much cheaper price & with ease.


Hotels.com

Hotels.com is one of the latest sites that have cropped up in this busy industry. Hotels.com has a wide range of hotels to choose from. This site is famous for hostels & if you can even check hotels.com recommendation to book best of the best. Further, throughout the year, one can find discounts & special offers. Thus, it is best to check this option.


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Booking.com

Booking.com is one of the oldest sites to book accommodation. The listings on the booking.com are good & with basic filters in the place. This site is perfect for booking your next stay. The site is easy to use & if booking any accommodation in Europe. This should be your go-to site for sure.


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HostelWorld

Hostelworld is probably the largest collection of hostels in a wide range of countries. It doesn’t charge any booking fee. Thus, you might well save some bucks over there. It is popular in Europe & US. There is also an option of comparing hostels which is an added advantage considering your requirements. So, this can also be a great place to book some hostels.


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Agoda:

Agoda is perfect to book 3 stars and above hotels in Asia. There are numerous offers going on throughout the year & some of the hidden deals can make your day along with substantially reducing your trip cost. Agoda is a great place to check various options. Agoda has recently started home stays as well, which is in line with AirBnB.


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AirBnb:

AirBnB is a place where one can book homestay. It is better to book AirBnB outside India as the properties are damn pretty & one can have a place to themselves. Further, I won’t recommend booking an AirBnB as a solo traveler. As the fun of traveling solo is maximized in hostels where you get a chance to meet other travelers


Couchsurfing:

Couchsurfing is a site where host allows to stay at his or her place without charging you anything. Trust is an important aspect while booking Couchsurfing. But, before booking a place through Couchsurfing check the reviews first. Also, if you can manage to get a host; nothing beats free accommodation.




These are my go-to sites for booking hostels or hotels. I hope this will be a great insight for you to try on your next booking. I have earlier covered places to book cheap international flight tickets . So, if all the bases are covered what are you waiting for?

Top Luxury Hotels In India

India has a long history of tourism, Hinduism & culture. It is the center of two civilization of the world one is Indus valley civilization and the other one is Aryan civilization. Tourism in India started in the early sixties. The best prominent way to introduce India to foreigners and to the tourists is that India is a country of all seasons and all reasons. The geographical structure is so diverse, colorful and varied that it will take many visits to cover it completely. Safety is one aspect that everyone should be aware of one should take his or her safety in priority to avoid any personal injury.

So with great structures and historic places every tourist country need a different type of hotels where the tourist could come along and have a peaceful and luxury stay. In India, there are hotels counted as one of the best in the business in this regard. There are palaces of Mughal period which are now turned into hotels and are eventually a tourist place too where they can enjoy the stay along with history.


Some of the famous top hotels where you should definitely check in without thinking twice are as follow:


Taj Lake Palace, Udaipur:

Maharana Jagat Singh II of Udaipur built a pleasure palace on the lake of Pichola in 1746, which Maharana called as the Jag Niwas. And it is today the majestic and magnificent Taj Lack Palace of Udaipur. It got world-renowned when the James Bond Film “Octopussy” was filmed. You can meet the palace’s phenomenal structure in the middle of the lake. It is the most romantic of hotels in India, it is an ideal venue for tourists to stay at least for a night mainly to enjoy a gorgeous view of surroundings from dawn to dusk. It also provides you package where they especially give you a tour of the city on their vintage cars.
Taj Lake Palace Udaipur


Samode Haveli, Jaipur:

It is an urban oasis situated in the historic walled city of Jaipur, Samonde haveli is full of Indian tradition, culture and reflecting it colors set in a lush green garden with apartments arranged around of warm courtyards. It is a magnificent structure built about 175 years ago as a residence of the rulers of Samode, which still occupied by their descendants, who converted this prestigious home into luxury and tourist hotel.
Samode Haveli Jaipur


Rambagh Palace, Jaipur:

It was built in 1835 and the palace has gone through many royal transitions like from the house of the favorite handmaiden of Queen, to the royal guest house and the hunting lodges. It is now a jewel that now offers a breathtaking 78 stunningly decorated grand luxury rooms and suites which were the chambers of the former Maharaja. It has extravagantly designed hand craved ‘jalis’ or latticework, cenotaphs and elaborate Mughal Gardens.
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The Oberoi Grand, Kolkata:

Situated in India’s most toured and beautiful city. The rooms here are specially designed and suited for business and leisure travelers. It has the finest heritage style, superb furnishings & modern technology. The Dining Restaurant here serves food from all over the world along with Bar of all variety wines etc. they also offers city tour, swimming and fitness facilities.
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Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur:

This historic palace was built in between 1928-1943, it is a masterpiece of Rajasthan’s heritage and a sign of new Jodhpur. It is the world’s 6th largest private residence. Set within the 26 acres of lush green gardens where beautiful peacocks dance. It offers 70 absolutely breathtaking Art Deco-style rooms and suits. Tempt your taste buds at Risala with original Rajasthani and Indian Cuisine.
Umaid Bhavan Luxury Hotel In India


Taj Mahal Palace, Mumbai:

It was opened in 1903, it is said to be the first harbor landmark. It has hosted many big personalities, kings, dignitaries and eminent politician around the globe. It has 285 elegant rooms, rich in history and modern facilities. It hosts 9 of the city’s most reputed restaurants and bars.
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Ratan Villas,Jodhpur:

Ratan Villa is one of the most famous hotels in Jodhpur, it has won people’s choice award for straight five years from 2009-2013. It has a building constructed keeping in view the culture and heritage of the area and India. Situated around the lush green trees and with the red building, it gives a charming and warm look that no every eye catches.
Ratan Vilas Luxury Hotel In India


The Imperial, Delhi:

It is an oasis of peace and charm that sums up the understanding of what masterpiece it is. It has won the prestigious title of ‘Best Heritage Hotel’ by the Jury-outlook Travelers awards 2018. It is among the only 7 hotels in India which have been listed in the Conde Nast Gold List for 2018. The royal palms decoded alongside the halls that lead to the porch are an essential part of and portrays the very creation of Delhi. Including the imperial looks the rooms and the building has is one finest thing in the whole of India.
The Imperial Delhi


The Coconut Lagoon, Kerala:

The interaction of the coconut woods and backwater canals, with the old traditional wooden Keralan homes, restored, conserved and cherished. The coconut lagoon is located in a sheltered and charming bay in Kumarakom, this resort reflects the variety and splendor of Vemband Lake. The old agricultural homes are rebuilt to propose you an entry into a lively and delightful world following the gentle pulse of backwaters.
The Coconut Lagoon Luxury Hotel In India


Palais De Mahe, Pondicherry:

One of the peaceful and elegantly built hotels of India. It lies close to the seaside walkway, hardly 50m from the beauty of the sea and to feel the coolness in the breeze of Bay of Bengal. This symbolic hotel with its grand courtyard, deep porches, attractive decent pillars & period furniture mix the south Indian fire and flavor with the French strength and passion to bring you to an experience that is in every way remarkable and unforgettable.
Palais De Mahe Pondicherry


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Hostel Review “Live Free Hostel Rishikesh”

Rishikesh is a yoga capital of World & even if you are not interested in this age-old art, there are plenty of other reasons why one should visit this place?. Some of these are river rafting, camping, etc. Rishikesh is not a costly place as many pilgrims visit this place on a tight budget.


Youth hostels are slowly but surely crawling in the hotel industry. Few years back people were handicapped of the choices. But, now there is no such worry. Nowadays, one can find plenty of options in different ranges to choose from. Rishikesh also has plenty of options to choose from & if you are on a budget, then this option can just be perfect for you.

Live Free Hostel

This hostel is located near the famous attraction, Lakshman Jhula. The hostel is located near the prime location; all the famous cafes like German Bakery, Beatles cafe, Ganga Beach Cafe, etc are at a walkable distance. Further, the location is perfect to catch a vehicle to the city.

Why Choose This Hostel?

Location: Located approx 600 Mts from Lakshman Jhula, it makes this hostel place to stay. Further, there are many ashrams near the place which can further help you to rejuvenate & chill.

Hospitality: There is a reception & a common area where one will find helpers. All of the crew is nice & will help you in the best possible way.

Activities: You can book most of the activities from the reception & the rates will be as per the market. So, why to go around the market & bargaining for activities. They have collaboration with good companies which provide the best services. Also, they can help you get scooters with a meager rate of Rs 400.

Price: The cost of a dorm bed in an 8-bed room is Rs 300 which is slightly costly compared to more touristic destinations. But, looking at the place & room condition. The price seems to be appropriate.

Room Facilities: The room has bedsheet, bed curtains, bed light, AC & bathroom. The room condition is pretty good at the present time.

I stayed at this place during my trip to Rishikesh in Apr 2019. It was a decent place to stay & relax. You can book your stay from here Live Free Hostel


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Reasons To Fall In Love With Singapore

What does the idea of Singapore mean to you?

Does the name make you think of a vibrant, lively and ever-growing island city-state? Or does it conjure up visions of temples, colour and golden beaches? Or perhaps lush, untamed tropical landscapes with abundant wildlife comes to mind? That’s the thing about the Republic of Singapore, it has many sides and much to offer. Not least because it covers 62 smaller islets alongside the main island.

Here are just five reasons to fall in love with Singapore.

Singapore Skyline

Dedicated to delighting visitors

Singapore works hard to make sure its visitors are well looked after, extending the highest possible standards of customer service. Singapore’s Changi airport is regularly recognised as the best in the world (both from industry and consumer bodies). The airport has sleeping areas, a swimming pool, cinema, market food stalls, beauty and reflexology centres, as well as children’s play areas and a nature trail!

The best things come in small packages

This small country packs a mighty punch in its history, landscape and strong national identity, and you can see so much of this without having to travel far.

For example, though Singapore is famous for its stunning architecture and high-end shops, you can still haggle for bargains at timeless local street markets. Also, you could be wandering its bustling city streets, then within a short time move to lounging on vast stretches of flawless sand. It is easy to get around using the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit), buses, taxis and water taxis.

Singapore is simply a beach lovers heaven, especially between November and March, when the climate is perfect for swimming, water sports and other activities. However, there are plenty of places to go for privacy and long, solitary walks, too.

All that is modern and marvellous

All around Singapore you can see how visionary architects have used cutting edge creativity to develop the skyline. This is especially true of Marina Bay Sands and Sands Sky Park (nicknamed the “celestial surfboard”) with its awe-inspiring infinity pool views across the city.

Follow this link to research these world-renown developments in more detail.

Meanwhile, at ground level, strict laws and an army of 50,000 staff maintain Singapore’s reputation for having the cleanest streets in the world.

Fabulous food

If all this is not enough to tempt you to book a flight, Singapore has some of the best restaurants and national cuisine of any country. What’s even more tempting is that this diverse and delicious food is also highly affordable.

Such is the wonder of dining out in this country, travel writer Ben Groundwater believes “Food isn’t a reason to visit Singapore – it’s the reason.”

Abundant natural charms

For all the wonders that humankind has brought to Singapore, for many visitors, its primary attraction is a network of islands, places that time forgot.

One of the most popular is Pulau Ubin, which provides a charming window into 1960s Singapore. Sentosa is a well-developed island, including hosting Singapore’s Universal Studios. In sharp contrast, St. John’s Island is a former quarantine station and offers secluded beaches and havens of peace. It’s also a fishing paradise.

To explore Pulau Semakau, which is rich in biodiversity and untamed nature, you have to ask permission of the National Environmental Agency.

Do you fancy spotting seahorses or sharks on a snorkelling adventure? Sisters’ Islands is a popular Marine Park in Singapore.

Clearly, the islands hold adventures and activities, but make sure you use reputable guides and transport. Well thought out travel insurance is a must for any holiday, but particularly if you decide to explore off the beaten track on Singapore’s islands.

Read more about Singapore island adventures with this fascinating guide.

Top 5 Hikes in India

Guest posts are always welcome on my website. This guest post is written by Morgan (mom of two kids); which is about the best hikes in India for visual pleasure. So, not wasting any more time & here is what this guy has to say about top 5 hikes in India.

5 Awesome Hikes to Take in India for Great Views

 

India offers numerous hiking trails and it’s definitely a paradise for the hikers. From snow-covered mountains to beautiful meadows to gushing streams and waterfalls, India has it all. It doesn’t matter if you are a hardcore hiker or a backpacker. There are numerous hiking regions with varying level of difficulties. With so many places available, it’s hard to decide which one to go to. We have come up with five awesome hiking place to go where you can have the best time of your life.

Hemkund and Valley of Flowers, Garhwal

 

At an altitude of 3,600 meters above sea level, the valley of flowers is an utter bliss. It’s the perfect place to start your Himalayan hiking journey as it’s one of those rare natural botanical gardens where flowers bloom in every possible color you can imagine. The best time to visit Hemkund is right after the monsoon season, during July, August, and early September, as the valley is covered with snow during the winter. This picture perfect place has the tranquil river Pushpawati flowing in the middle with snow-clad mountains on one side and a tall sky-high cliff on the other.
There are about 520 species of flowering plants and animals such as Himalayan Black bears, Brown bears, birds and butterflies call this place their home. There are many local tales that the trekkers fall unconscious on the valley with the heavy smell of flowers. (Just giving you some heads up)

This place is a paradise for nature and flower lovers. Every year thousands of hikers gather up during the blossom season to witness the extravagant scenario. It’s a moderately difficult hike that takes about 5 to 6 days to compete. Don’t bother taking up foods along as there are plenty of eateries on the way. Just enjoy the scenic sight of snowy mountains and the riot of colors.
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Great lakes, Jammu and Kashmir

Kashmir’s divine beauty needs no introduction. The hike at the Great lakes will give you an experience that you’ll cherish forever. As the Mughal Emperor Jahangir once said “If there is Heaven on Earth, it is here”, the ethereal beauty of Kashmir surely does justice to the saying.

The best time to enjoy this astounding place is from June to August when the trekking route is lush green and covered in thousands of blooming flowers. This is quite a challenging trek that takes about 7 to 8 days to complete. The highest altitude is at about 13,750 ft. with an approximate route of 63km long. This hiking experience will not only challenge you physically, but it will also challenge your inner strength.
The hiking trip begins at Shitkati. You’ll experience the true beauty of nature on your way from Shitkati to Sonamarg. The greenery of the place will mesmerize you with every passing minute. The next route will take you from Nachnai Pass to Vishanshar Lake. The Vishashar Lake is a serene beauty that is surrounded by four mountains. Just after 1.2km ahead, another beauty awaits the Kishansar Lake. The maximum altitude is reached at Gadsar Pass, the final destination.
Even though the hike is quite a difficult one, but this expedition will undoubtedly give you heaven on earth experience.

Great Lakes Best Hikes In India

Har Ki Dun Valley, Uttarakhand

Haar ki dun is one of those delightful trekking places that you can experience both during winter and summer. It’s one of the most beautiful valleys in the Western Himalayas. It has an altitude of about 3500m above the sea level. You can access this place through Govind national park which is famous for its rich content of flora and fauna. This valley will give you a vintage feeling with the adjacent snow-covered peaks and alpine vegetation.

This cradle shaped valley has local people who have been living here for around 3000 years. Birds and animals are not abundant in this region but you can spot some black bears, wild boars and few other kinds of animals if your luck favors. Har Ki Dun means the valley of Gods and this valley does live up to its name. There are four villages in this valley named Datmir, Gangad, Puani, and Osla. These villages can be accessed only by trekking. Many streams eventually join the main river is Supin. The divine meadows, wildflowers and the lush green forest create a beautiful sight during the monsoon. During winter the snow covered mountains create a picturesque sight. The whole valley stays covered in snow from the month of December to April.
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Rajmachi Fort

If you’re upset that you can’t make time for the long hikes then the Rajmachi Fort is the perfect place for you. This beautiful trek is blessed with lush green mountains, countless waterfalls, vast plateaus and many more. It has two forts named Shrivardhan and Manaranjan.  The Rajmachi Fort is situated in between the mesmerizing hills of Sahyadri. Rajmachi fort is one of the most visited hiking places in India. Hikers and nature lovers gather here to witness this ethereal beauty from time to time.

This place has a splendid view especially during the monsoon months of June to August when the mountains are covered in fresh greenery. This is a perfect place for the beginner level hikers. The trekking distance is 16km from Lonavala. However, there are various routes available. From the base village, it takes about one hour to reach the top with few stops for snacks in between. Remember, if you’re hiking during the monsoon be extra cautious as the routes get a bit slippery during this time. The breathtaking view from the base camp to the top will give you an experience of a lifetime.
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Stok Kangri, Ladhak

There are many long and short trails in the Leh-Ladhak district. Stok Kangri is the most challenging one you’ll face here and undoubtedly the best trails of all.  This is India’s highest trekking point at a jaw-dropping 6,153 meters, which is about seventy percent of Mount Everest. This trek is no child’s game as it requires rigorous dedication, hard work, and willpower to complete. Weather plays a very vital role in this trek. One minute it can bright and sunny then the next minute it can turn in to blizzard. Most people return without climbing the peak as it gets too dangerous sometimes.
Prior experience and health fitness are prime considerations for this hike. Before the journey starts, you need to get accustomed to the extreme weather of this place. The entire hiking journey will take around 9 to 10 days. The route starts from the Stok village which is so beautiful that it seems to have been taken out of a storybook. The mesmerizing views of Ladakh Range, Zanskar Range, and the city of Leh are an absolute treat for the eyes.
The best time to opt for this expedition is from July to September. Every year hikers from all around the world come to participate in the Stok Kangri Summit. Even if you don’t reach the peak, you’ll surely cherish this divine experience for the rest of your life.

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About Me

Hey all, I am Morgan, a mom with two kids. I go hiking & campingat least once a year (unless it is too cold outside). I run a blog called Outdoor Spider to talk about products you might need while living outside for a day or more.

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Prashar Lake: So Deep, It Touches Your Soul

Prashar lake is one of the most unexplored lakes near Mandi, Himachal Pradesh. Prashar lake trek starts from the Baggi village which is around 20 km from Mandi. I’ve been wanting to visit this lake for a year and suddenly in the first week of March, I decided to trek solo.

It was solo travel, but in reality, I wasn’t traveling or trekking solo. There were lots of people I met which never made me feel alone. I thought it was up to me to go down which path, whether to make friends during my journey or choose my own path and enjoy my own moments.

Delhi to Mandi(Prashar Lake)

I took a bus from Kashmiri gate at 6:30 PM on 9 March 2018 which left me at Mandi around 6 AM the next day. The first bus from Mandi to Baggi village leaves at around 8 AM. I took a bus to Shegli immediately which is 4 km from Baggi village. I met a group which was also going to the trek. I walked and hitchhiked to Baggi village.

There were a few cafes at Baggi village where I did my breakfast. Prices were nominal, not so costly. I had a few parathas there and filled up my water bottles.

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Prashar Lake trek from Baggi village:

I started my trek at 10 AM from Baggi village with the group I met on the bus. The trek started from crossing a naala and then walking straight for around a km on the rocky path. Thereafter, I entered the thick dense pine forests. It was so beautiful in between those pine trees and I didn’t meet any other person on the trek except the group which I met on the bus. I found only one source of water in the whole trek. So, it was good that I carried enough water with me. Before one km from the lake, I reached this open area and found some mud houses. It was an amazing feeling to not find a single soul in the range of a km.

After trekking for around 4 hours, I reached this beautiful peaceful lake and it was all worth it. Prashar temple also lies just near the lake and its architecture was awe-inspiring.

Prashar Lake

The lake is surrounded by the snow-capped peaks of some large mountains. There is a 360-degree view of mountain ranges from the top area of the lake. Peaks of Triund, Indrahar Pass, Chamba, Hanuman Tibba, Spiti, Kinnaur and some other mountain ranges are visible from the top. There is no other two-day trek which gives such pleasant views within such a short distance.

Camp Site

I had my own sleeping bag with me and I knew that there were dorm rooms available in the temple. I went to the temple and talked to the Pandit Ji about the room and he told me to talk to the caretaker. Caretaker bhaiya showed me the room and gave me a mattress. And man, I swear that was one of the best nights of my life. I could see the lake from my window and it was amazing. After putting my backpack in my room, I went outside and ate some Maggi. I spent my entire evening watching the beautiful sunset and then ate Rajma Chawal and slept.

A local guy told me that there is a beautiful site 2 km from the Parashar lake. I followed the road, took a wrong turn and reached this place and enjoyed this stunning sunset alone.

Random place

Prashar lake to Mandi:

I wanted to go down by bus as I trekked while coming up here. So, I enquired about the bus from the people and took it to reach Mandi at 4:30 PM. Drive from Prashar Lake to Mandi was a treat. The bus went through some muddy path in between the lush green valley which was breathtaking for me. I ate some food at Mandi Bus Stand and took the bus to Delhi which reached at 5 AM.

Some amazing stories about this place

  • Till now, various attempts have been made to find the depth of this lake but no one was successful. Isn’t it astonishing in the 21st century?
  • It is believed that Prashar temple is built in the era of Mahabharata and the lake was created by Bhim’s elbow push.
  • No one is allowed to enter the fencing around the lake except the local people who use this lake as a source of water.
  • It is said that the small island which is in the middle of the lake changes its location with respect to the time of the year.
  • The water of this lake is used for drinking by the local people and it tastes amazing.

Useful Information:

  • Tents are available itself near the Prashar lake at the cost of Rs. 300-500
  • Bus from Mandi to Baggi village leaves at around 8 AM and costs around 50/-
  • There are a few cafes in Baggi village where you can eat and pack your lunch for the trek as there are no shops during the trek.
  • Direct buses also run from Mandi to Prashar lake which is the same bus that goes via Baggi village and reaches Prashar lake at 11 AM. The same bus leaves for Mandi at 1:15 PM and reaches Mandi at 4:30 PM.
  • Temple may also be closed in the month of January and February.
  • Various buses run from Delhi to Mandi in the evening and take around 11-12 hours to reach. The prices of Roadways HRTC bus is 530/-, Himmani Deluxe non-AC is 730/- and Himsuta AC Bus is around 1100/-. Prefer HRTC buses over the private ones.
  • This trek can be done within the budget of 1400-2000 depending on which bus you take and where you stay. I did this trek in 1400/-
  • You can take your tent if you want and camp near the lake.
  • Cost of food is nominal near the lake. Maggi costs 30/- and Rajma Chawal cost 60/-
  • Only Jio and Airtel networks are available at the lake.

Best season to visit:

This trek can be done at any time of the year. In winters, the lake freezes, so for the people who love snow, this lake is a blessing.

In summers, the area around the lake is fully green. This trek should be avoided in the Monsoon season as the trail gets slippery.

Prashar Lake

Prashar Lake temperature:

Temperature goes below -4 degree Celsius in the months of January and February. While in the other seasons, it’s between 10-15 degree Celsius.

Whenever you visit this lake, use water of the lake for drinking over plastic bottles. If you purchase some bottles then please take them to Mandi with you because it’s very hard to transfer all the plastics. Let’s make this beautiful lake pollution free.

This post is written by Mayank Gupta & one can follow his work at www.travelfortranquility.com.