It is Holi time again and even though India will witness the best of it, this vibrant festival has crossed boundaries to enter other countries too! So while this Monday will give us the glimpses of the Holi this year, let me take you on a trip to the holi I celebrated last year. that was quite different from the usual holis . Since, it was in a scenic Himalayan town of Sujanpur Tira in the State of Himachal Pradesh which was still reeling under the harshness of winter, use of water was non-existent except some daredevil youngsters who decided to defy nature! It was more about the carnival in the main grounds, shopping, an exhibition of folk culture and some live performances from some of the well-known artists. So let us embark on the journey through this photo feature and say as they famously say- HOLI HAI!! (Its Holi!).
India’s North Eastern region is the one least explored even by Indians! So when the opportunity to take a sneak peek into these famously beautiful states came, I had to go. The place of my rendezvous with North Eastern India was Tawang in the State of Arunachal Pradesh and I had never heard of it before. It is about 400 Kilometres (249 miles) from Assam by road. With a little anticipation, I started for that mysterious road-trip. Little did I know that I am about to unfold the secrets of nature that will leave a lasting impression on my mind.
It is raining guest posts on Bohotraveller and this time we caught up with David Shekleton, founder of More Makes Merry! Here he shares his amazing experience of a tiny island Utila in Honduras. It is an amazing account of a guy who just could not make himself leave this absolutely rocking place!
In this travel diary gorgeous Richa Pandey shares her experience travelling to equally gorgeous New Zealand! Exciting water adventures, locations that have been movie makers' favourite haunts for years and a city that refuses to slow down on its spirit in spite of a natural tragedy! It is a great read of a great place!