• Bogmalo Beach Resort
    Lifestyle,  Travel

    Fun things to do at Bogmalo Beach, Goa

    Bogmalo Beach Review Goa – the name is sufficient is to fill you with energy and rush and bring a big grin your face. With dreamlike party scene, fascinating beaches, good food and a fun time for the entire family Goa is a hit with tourists from India and abroad. Always heading to North Goa, however, this time around we decided to stay around the port area and do the beaches of South Goa. Bogmalo, is a little shoreline side town in Goa, India. Regardless of its little size, Bogmalo has a scope of convenience and spots to eat. It is arranged in a little cove with around a mile…

  • Thekkady Places to visit
    Lifestyle,  Travel

    Top Thekkady places to visit on your next trip

    Thekkady Places to Visit Thekkady was next on the cards, after a beautiful action-packed two days in Munnar. This town is heaven for wildlife as well as for nature lovers and is usually combined with Munnar by Travellers who visit Kerala. Munnar is the most popular tourist destination in Kerala however Thekkady is not far behind. No one can miss a visit to the Periyar Tiger Reserve at Thekkady. Getting to Thekkady We traveled from Munnar to Thekkady by road. The distance is about 85 to 90 km, depending on the route you choose. The entire route is of high terrains with mountains, hills, tea plantations, and cardamom estates. The roads…

  • BlogChatter A to Z,  Travel

    S – Sensational Singapore Hidden Sightseeing Spots #A2ZChallenge

    Hidden Places in Singapore There is always a thrill of doing the unknown, something offbeat, that no one has done before. Are they any hidden places in Singapore yet to be discovered? On your next trip to Singapore consider venturing out a little and seeing a part of the city that most visitors tend to miss. Been to the Zoo and Singapore Flyer? Walked around Gardens by the Bay, umpteen times?  So what are the plans while exploring this modern City? Oooh, there are plenty of hidden places in Singapore to discover. Here’s a pick of Hidden places in Singapore 1. A visit to Lazarus Island Have you heard of…

  • River rafting in Rishikesh
    BlogChatter A to Z,  Travel

    R – River Rafting In Rishikesh #A2ZChallenge

    River Rafting in Rishikesh Har Har Gange….. Har Har Gange…. A common chant you hear while standing on top of Lakshman Jhula during sunset. It was exhilarating to just watch the rafters raise their oars with pride on completion of their river ride down the Ganges. River Rafting in Rishikesh is a sport the adventure lovers literally worship. I wished to experience this thrilling joy ride of a lifetime myself. And guess what? I actually got an opportunity which I grabbed with both hands. My First Darshan of River Ganga So, as our taxi meandered by the river to out hotel Aloha on The Ganges, I had made up my…

  • Niagara Fall
    BlogChatter A to Z,  Travel

    N – Niagara Fall – Beauty of The United States

    Niagara Falls | United States The season to explore is here! And all of you must be searching for a perfect getaway destination. If you’re a water baby, then Niagara Fall should be in your Bucket List! Niagara fall, situated on US and Canadian Border, separates the province of Ontario and New York State. Niagara fall is combined of three waterfalls namely, Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Falls. Horseshoe is the largest fall amongst these three. It lies on the border of the United States and Canada; while other two waterfalls completely lie in the US. Niagara is a quite famous tourist location due to all…

  • visit Great Wall of China
    BlogChatter A to Z,  Travel

    G – Great Wall Of China #A2Zchallenge

    Every year, people from all over the world flock to China, to visit one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, In fact, the most Iconic wonder. To Visit Great Wall Of China. This Gigantic Wall dates back to 220–206 BC. It was built by Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China. Very little of that original wall remains. Since then, the Great Wall is being reconstructed, maintained, and restored; the majority of the existing wall is from the Ming Dynasty. The Great Wall of China is noted as a UNESCO Heritage Site in 1987, it is visited by over 10 million people on a yearly basis. This Gigantic…