The Mesmerizing Ice Hotel: Jukkasjarvi, Sweden

Woman on Kick Sled with Aurora Borealis, Ice Hotel

Every year the small village of Jukkasjarvi in Sweden, uses ice and snow to construct this miraculous Ice Hotel, straight out of a Fairy-tale. First sculpted in 1990 this Ice Hotel is the oldest one in the entire world and displays some of the most remarkable ice sculptures of all time. Tourists visiting the ice hotel will be astonished with ... Read More »

Giant’s Causeway, Ireland

Giants Causeway

It is a stunning,breath taking natural formation of volcanic rocks right on the shore line.The most characteristic and unique feature of the Giant Causeway is the exposure of about nearly 40,000 large polygonal shaped columns,that are regularly shaped of basalt in perfect horizontal sections,together forming a pavement.It is one of the World’s Great Wonders’ that brings the combination together being most amazing ... Read More »

City of Landscapes: Guilin, China

Elephant trunk hill

Guilin is a beautiful town located in North Guangxi, China. The literal meaning of the name of this city Guilin is ‘forest of sweet Osmanthus’. The city derived this name due to the presence of large number of Sweet Osmanthus trees located in the city. The town centre in city is surrounded by two rivers and four lakes and studded ... Read More »

Of Love and Lore: Galata Tower, Turkey


Istanbul is the city where state of the art meets the conventional world. This is the place where the flavours of the two largest continents, Asia and Europe merge to create a unique and exotic world altogether. Beating the City of Love, Paris to the top spot for the Travellers Choice Destination awards, Istanbul is the rage for holidaymakers this ... Read More »

Ruby Falls, Chattanooga, Tennessee

If you love traveling and visiting all kinds of exotic places then the Ruby Falls, near Chattanooga, Tennessee in the United States is a must-see in your list. This 145 feet high underground waterfall is a treat to the eyes. On seeing this beautifully lighted and splendid waterfall anyone will go “wow”, such is the beauty and enchantment of this ... Read More »

Dharamshala, where divinity dawns


In the lap of the Kangra Valley and the shadow of the Dhauladhar mountains, situated in the Indian state of Himachala Pradesh, surrounded by a thick sheet of coniferous forest, domintated by Deodar Cedar trees, lies Dharamshala also called ‘Dharamsala’. The name leterally means ‘ a religious sanctuary’. Dharamshala is a city and a Municipal Council of the Kangra district. ... Read More »

The Hills Are Alive: Vivanta by Taj, Madikeri Coorg

Vivanta by Taj, Madikeri, Coorg infinity pool

Tucked away amongst the densely forested slopes of the Western Ghats in south west Karnataka, Coorg has a quaint charm of its own. The land of coffee, cardamom, colonels and the Cauvery, Coorg’s seemingly modest offerings leave no stone unturned to provide you with one of the best holiday experiences ever. Find yourself traversing through its lush green valleys, lose ... Read More »

Topkapi Palace, Turkey


The Topkapi palace is the largest palace in Istanbul, turkey. This royal palace was used for sittings for state occasion and royal entertainment now this place is a major tourist destination containing important holy relics of the Muslim world, including Mohammed’s SAW clock and sword. Topkapi palace is among the monuments contained within the historic areas of Istanbul, which became ... Read More »

World’s Largest Sand Island: Fraser Island, Australia

Fraser island

Fraser Island is a large sand island located off the southern coast of Queensland, Australia. It is spread over an area of 184,000 hectares. The island is 122 km long and 22 km at its widest point. It is a very popular travel destination among people and also the largest sand island in the world. It was also listed as ... Read More »

The Umaid Bhawan Palace, where royalty resides


The Umaid Bhawan Palace, situated in Jodhpur, the Sun city  of Rajasthan, is one of India’s largest private residences. Housing around 347 rooms, the palace serves as a private residence for the Royal family of Jodhpur. Christened thus after late Maharaja Umaid Singh ji, a part of the palace is managed by the Taj group of hotels. A little into ... Read More »