Kerala being one of the most popular destinations among tourists is always the buzz of the travel world. This beautiful state in the south of India & is very fondly called ‘God’s Own Country’. And if you are fond of poetry, someone has perfectly described it as the ‘poem in green and gold’. Kerala is one of those must haves on the list if India is on your list. Here’s a list of articles that will help you not miss out on this gorgeous place. Must Go To Kerala For The StartersIf you’re in 2017 and it’s well not so economically great for you, you know but hey!, you don’t have to miss out on travelling and especially not on Kerala as we have got you covered. Here’s an article on Kerala Travels 2017: Tips To Plan Kerala Trip within Budget by Nivil that will tell you all about Budget Travel to this dream destination of many. The recently written article emphasizes on best seasons to visit that are summers i.e. from March to May or in December. The article advises to advance booking tips to get rebates and discounts as it is a sort after destination.It tells you to prefer heavier vehicles with bigger storage than lighter ones which is contradictory to the regular know hows as they are a better option for commute. To know more check this blog out for yourselves.http://www.shenminghui.com/kerala-travels-2017-tips-to-plan-kerala-trip-within-budget/ Must Explore These Parts of The StateOnce you are there, do not, I repeat, do not leave the land without doing these things. Read this article on 5 Amazing things To Do In Top Tourist Places In Kerala by packagestour.com below to unfold for yourself the wonders of Kerala all under one roof. From best boat race spots to best wildlife areas, this article has it all covered. The major activities that the blog lists are: Elephant Shower and Bath in Thekkady, Gavi Jungle Jeep Safari in Periyar, Visit to Kodanad Elephant Training Centre in Ernakulam, Witnessing a Nehru Trophy Boat race in Alleppey and Exploring the Chinese Fishing Nets In Kochi. Read this to learn about these activities elaborately.http://packagestour.com/5-top-tourist-places-kerala/
India has the mighty Himalayas and the breathtaking views they offer are a major reason to keep a space for a trek in your travel plan to India. When I need to achieve something, I always like looking at the result of it and I immediately feel motivated. I believe treks in that context also always require motivation to plan and when you are done, the sense of accomplishment is so immense that every sorrow in the world can probably drown and fade away. Therefore, with each trek listed below, there’s a picture attached that I hope will motivate you to go for it! 1. Hampta Pass TrekHampta pass is situated in southeast of Manali. This trek will enchant the mountain person in you as this trek in Himachal pradesh is right in the lap of Himalayas. It is a moderate altitude trek which is ideal for the beginners. It is 26 kilometer long with an altitude of 14,100 feet. The trek is best suited from May to October and the time required is 4-5 days. The hard work pays off well as the result of the trek is as beautiful as this picture below. Image Source: Indiahikes Valley of Flowers and Hemkund Sahib Trek This trek is for the mountain lovers, the valley loves, the flower lovers, the spirituals, the botanists and for anyone you can think of. The trek is shared between Himalayas and the Zanskar Range. The valley is at the altitude of 11000 feet. The trek gives one the opportunity to visit the Hemkund Sahib Gurudwara which is very holy to Sikhs. Approximate time required is 6 days. Here’s a picture of what you’re aiming at while you’re on this trek.
India is very popular among foreign nationals for its Ayurveda. If you are unaware what it is, Ayurveda is an ancient system of life and medicine. It is used to heal people and has been in India for thousands of years. It uses minerals and naturally occurring substances to heal. To get yourself a better insight; here are a few pieces we invite you to read. This first link will introduce to Ayurveda and its benefits. The article is titled ‘Ayurvedic Massage- Ancient India’s Best Kept Secret’. It will reveal to you ayurveda’s therapeutic benefits, the elements it uses and the experience that one has while getting a massage session. This blog is must read before one sits down for a massage for the first time. You can read it here:http://www.ayurveda-retreat.co.uk/ayurvedic-massage-about/ This second piece is the one titled ‘Top 16 Healing Ayurvedic Treatments for Total Body’ and is written by Deblina Biswas. She starts off by telling you what is ayurveda in her opinion and what benefits it has. The most essential part of her blog are the 16 ayurvedic treatments that she has listed with a brief summary of each one’s boons. Read here to know about them:http://www.thefitindian.com/best-kerala-ayurvedic-treatments/ After knowing about the ayurvedic massages; if you are keen on experiencing one yourself, here are a few places in India which are famous for them. The article was published in Time of India and is called ’India’s 5 leading Ayurveda destinations’ The places that this blog describes are Kerala (one of the most famous ones), Uttrakhand, Goa, Udaipur. Read here to know where in these cities will you find a good place for it:https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/Indias-5-leading-Ayurveda-destinations/articleshow/15339457.cms This blog is a personal experience account by Claire Salter who loves exploring the world and finding the under appreciated places in the world and showing them off. Her article is titled ’Experiencing an Ayurvedic Massage in Kerala’ under which she documents her experience with an ayurvedic massage at a village called Vythiri in Kerala, India. Read it here:http://keralablogexpress.com/2016/03/10/experiencing-ayurvedic-massage-kerala/ Trabug - India’s First Travel Phone will be a tool that will help you explore India and will make your precious trips more enjoyable and completely hassle free. Time is of value and Trabug helps you save time everywhere as Trabug is loaded with recommendations about places to visit, to eat and about things to do. It also keeps your budget in check.