Back to the Neolithic Age with Edakkal Caves Wayanad

The entrance to Edakkal Caves in Wayanad

He picked a sharp stone and went to work. He scraped deeper and deeper till he had represented himself. “A mark that I was here” – he thought as he threw his chisel away and made his way out of the caves. Centuries later, the mark was rediscovered along with many others made by the … Read more

Wayanad Nature Trails – Kuruva Island to Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary

Machan amidst the bamboos in Wayanad

The “land of paddy fields”,  called Wayanad, is a popular travel destination with not just the tourists from far and abroad but also, for people from Chennai, Bangalore & even Hyderabad. Bountiful nature ranging from green mountains to placid lakes and dense forests is what beckons people to make multiple visits. Naturally, one of the key … Read more

Forts in Kerala

Kannur Fort - One of the Forts in Kerala

As scenic as the landscape is with abundant natural beauty, the state of Kerala is also a proud host of historical wonders. Fancy discovering relics and ruins? First, book a cab with Savaari Car Rentals. Then plan a trip to explore the forts in Kerala – God’s own country’. Here are 4 best forts in … Read more

A weekend along the beaches & forts of Kannur, Kerala

Kannur

Some things don’t change. Even though it has been some time that I have left my corporate job, I still track those long weekends and when I get a drift of one, my travel planning mode just switches on. Despite my regular travels, I still need those for some fun time with my family and … Read more

Experiencing Wayanad in Monsoons

Streams and Waterfalls of the Dare Nature Camp

Helmets – Check! Riding gloves – Check! Rain jacket – Check! Waterproof shoes – Check! Bikes fueled and ready, route map studied and approved and nature stay booked! The last weekend was all about experiencing Wayanad in monsoons and that too, on bikes. I was invited by the road trip maestros – ScoutMyTrip to ride … Read more

10 reasons why I want to go to Fort Kochi Again!

The Chinese Fishing Nets at Fort Kochi

Most of us have heard of the Queen of the Arabian sea – Cochin, better known as Kochi, in Kerala. Kochi is widely used as an entry point for most visitors to God’s Own country, owing to Cochin International Airport. However, a lot of travelers tend to just use Kochi as a transit destination for the … Read more

Life along the Backwaters of Kerala

Our homes in the Backwaters of Kerala

Considered as one of the most exotic things to do in India, the Backwaters of Kerala have never failed to mesmerize its visitors with its beauty. The swaying palms over the placid waters that become even more scintillating during sunset, the lush green paddy fields and the colorful birds that spot all these landscapes in … Read more

A luxury train journey on the Golden Chariot through South India

Aboard the Golden Chariot

The first time I discovered luxury trains was when I read Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express. I was extremely fascinated with the whole train scene that for the first time I paid more attention to the description in the novel rather than the plot. Since then, I have devoured all possible articles and … Read more

Visiting the Banasura Dam

Taking on from my previous post on Banasura Hill Resort, where I had mentioned our short visit to the BanasuraDam as a part of the resort package. When it comes to Dams, most of us wonder what is the fuss about. I mean, sure it obviously holds a water body and there is bound to … Read more

Weekend at Banasura Hill Resort

Banasura Hill Resort, Wayanand

Sometimes you just need a idyllic holiday, when you can just spend some time with yourself and your friends and family. You just don’t want to do too much and yet do something. That is why we picked a long weekend at Banasura Hill Resort in Wayanad. With recommendations from BBC and Lonely Planet, Banasura Hill Resort was an … Read more

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