I would be lying if i said, I love summers. I love them may be for a few days but then heat gets to me and this is precisely the time when I crave for someone Tall, Majestic and Handsome!! I am talking about mountains, so still yet so strong, silent yet so magnificent! With temperature rising and monsoons still a while away, this is the perfect time for some mountain gazing to cool ourselves off......
Don’t blame the 11,913 feet altitude at La Paz, if you feel a little high and dizzy at the same time; blame it on the stunning scenic view that the city has to offer. Nestled in the middle of snowy peaks, the third most populous city in Bolivia is known for its spectacular scenery.The breathtaking site of Mt.Illimani will hold you captive for a long time. While visiting La Paz, you are basically on a journey that holds many small but impressive surprises. From exploring the high slopes to visiting the historical edifices, you have load of things to do in La Paz and they are sure to blow your mind away!
Papua New Guinea has so much to offer! In this first of a three-part photo feature of this gorgeous country, Explore the untouched and pristine landscapes that have been inviting travelers from all over the world to witness the nature in all its glory.
Thousands of adventurers and mountaineers throng the Himalayas every year and not all of them come here to challenge Mt. Everest because there is so much more to explore here. Hiking on the Himalayan trails can be best described as therapeutic. There is a sense of serenity about them and calmness that travelers on these roads soak in while negotiating this stunning region in the Indian sub-continent. Here, we bring five trails that define the true Himalayan experience and some of them do not need you to be a mountain climber or an avid trekker.
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.