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Wildlife in its Wildest Form – Serengeti


  We have all have originated from its magic, it has for centuries given us our livelihoods, our food and the scenic splendor which we all so love to adore, this thing I am talking about is known in common parlance as Nature. There are only a few places left on our planet which can take us back to that ... Read More »

Sequoia and Kings Canyon NPS: Home Of World’s Giant Trees


If you’re an admirer of giant trees, wildlife and enjoy hiking in the dense forests along valleys, meandering rivers and waterfalls with a vast patch of fresh green meadows, diverse landscapes then you are looking at the right place! You can enjoy the beauty of nature in its every form in this national park system. The Sequoia and Kings Canyon ... Read More »

The Ice-lands of Juneau, Alaska


Alaska offers one of the world’s most breathtaking tourist sites in United States. It is a home to 850 grottos and caves, the most visited include El Captain on Prince of Wales Island, Juneau Ice Caves in Juneau and Chugach Mountain Ice Caves.  Though El Captain is the most visited of them all but Juneau, enthralls you with its majestic glaciers and ever ... Read More »

Bridging North-East India: Mawnlynnong and Dawki, Meghalaya


Among the lush greens of Meghalaya stands one of the greatest awe-inspiring spectacles of pristine nature. No matter whether you are a fan of the waterfalls, hiking in the woods, finding your way out of treacherous caves, or exploring underwater, Meghalaya has something for every avid traveller out there. Apart from holding records in being the rainiest of places, it ... Read More »

The Indian Scotland- Coorg, Karnataka


A picturesque hill station in Karnataka, popular for its coffee plantations, Coorg is popularly known as the Scotland of India.The scenic beauty of Coorg more than lives up to its reputation. Madikeri is the capital city in Coorg, which was established in 17th century. Its history includes the rule of many kingdoms and dynasties including Gangas, Cholas, Hoysalas, invasion by Mysore ... Read More »