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We bring together a diverse travel community through storytelling. With a treasure trove of travel stories, we share personalized travel experiences and start conversations that inspire fellow travelers. From well-known destinations to offbeat locations, these stories unfurl a world of beauty and discovery. Our conglomerate of contributors through their travel memoirs make each narrative engaging, captivating and worth sharing.
We are surrounded by a plethora of stunning destinations across the globe catering to a broad spectrum of travel experiences. While we have no limitations on where to travel, here you can discover some of our favorite destinations and travel stories. Immerse yourself in these personalized stories and get inspired to create your own travel itinerary.
We create opportunities for travelers to share personalized stories and discoveries with a diverse community across the world. If you have a unique story to tell, we are listening. This could also be an opportunity to be recognized and bask in the glory of seeing your name in print. This gamut of narratives will inspire people and ignite a spark to create their own travel experiences.
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Bhutan is a paradise for adventure seekers. Fascinating villages, magnificent vistas and ancient Dzongs are some of the treasures to be unraveled in this wilderness haven. Indulge and explore myriad hidden gems in this mystic land.Read More
Set against the Aravali hills, the 1000-year-old Modhera Sun Temple is a massive temple architecture with strong connection to the solar system. The intricate carvings and stunning sculptures are filled with stories that add to the traveler’s delight!Read More
Aihole is famous for a unique blend of architecture that spans multiple religions and centuries. Capital of the Chalukyas in the 6th century, it's a testament to Indian architecture's formative period with cave temples and intricately carved sculptures.
UNESCO World Heritage Site Pattadakal blends architectural influences from north and south India. The open-air pavilion, known as a 'city of temples' during the Badami Chalukya dynasty, contains intricate carvings depicting scenes of Hindu mythology.
Kokkarebellur is an example of peaceful coexistence between humans and birds. Karnataka's only community reserve is a nesting site for migratory pelicans and painted storks for 300 years. Villagers consider these majestic creatures part of their family.