I am from Kerala, this article will change your perception about Kerala, but make sure you read all 25.
1. Some say it is not the most beautiful state in India! Hmmmm?
2. They don’t have any good seafood. Seriously
3. A secret, they don’t even know about tasty biriyani.
4. The traditional art forms sucks!!! Think they don’t know about Kathakali...
5. Hill stations are not stunning. But...
Thekkady is one of the major tourist places in Kerala, every years millions of people visit Thekkady to experience the cool climate and wilderness. Thekkady is a part of the famous Periyar Wildlife sanctuary, home to one of the most exotic animals on earth the Tiger, which itself makes it a must see tourist spot in Kerala. Apart from the sightseeing Thekkady offers many activities for the travellers such as Nature walk or trek with a guide, Periyar Tiger trail trekking, Bamboo rafting, Jungle patrol and overnight stay in jungle inn. All these activities along with the 4o...
Alappuzha/Alleppey is one of the best places to visit in Kerala, part of the amazing Kerala backwaters this destination never disappoints the travellers. Alappuzha is known as the Venice of the South, due to the canals and waterways on which the local population depends upon for livelihood. This backwater destination in Kerala has many tourist spot, which offers a wide varieties of activities for the travellers. This picturesque tourist spot in Kerala is blessed with serene lagoons, lakes, long stretch of beaches that are lined with the coconut groves and the amazing...
Kumarakom is part of the beautiful backwaters of Kerala, it is among the list of one of the best places to visit in Kerala. The picturesque surroundings, coconut groves, seafood and the serene environment makes it one of the best tourist places in Kerala.
1. Sail in the backwaters on traditional Kerala house boat
2. Enjoy the best seafood cooked in a mud pot.
3. Sip a glass of amazing Toddy from a local Toddy shop.
4. Get immersed in the beauty of Vembanad Lake.
5. Visit the Driftwood museum to see the...
Kumarakom a jewel among the backwaters of Kerala, located in the beautiful district of Kottayam this amazing tourist spot is part of Kerala backwaters. Situated 14km west of Kottayam town, is a must see destination in Kottayam, Kumarakom is a part of Kuttanad, the land that has an elevation below sea level. Kuttanad is famous for its paddy fields, coconut trees and back waters. Filled with mangrove forests, emerald green paddy fields and coconut groves interspersed with enchanting waterways...
I am an Indian, I have noticed few things, that we do wrong while we travel. We are clever just like the rest of the humans, but we do some bad things that can make us look like we are from the 17th century. We should try to change it. I think it is too stupid to do such things when we travel. Have a look at my observations.
1. We don’t use swimwears, we swim in the ocean, river, or where ever fully clothed
2. We just stare at everything, girls stare at men, men stare at girls, girls and boys stare at...
The National Geographic one of the most well-known and reputed organizations, which conducts the world famous photography contest. Thousands of photographers from around the world participate in the prestigious contest.
This year also the website is getting flooded with entries from around the Globe. The top class entries to the 2016 National Geographic Photographer of the Year is going to give the judges some tough times to the judges in choosing the winners.
The First Prize on offer is a 7-day Polar Bear...
Magda Wasiczek is a polish photographer who has a good taste for the macro world. She is a graduate of Ukrainian Philology at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, but follows her artistic interests in the area of nature photography and macro photography. Within a short period of time, due to the quality of the work she became a famous figure. Her work looks like as if it is out of a fairy tale story.
Magda Wasiczek has received many recognitions and won many awards in photographic competitions in Poland and overseas.
This is what...
Would you believe if someone said a Lego figure is touring around the world? But in fact it is a naked a truth, there is a small Lego man named “The Lego Backpacker” is so determined to see as many places as possible. The small plastic figure has so far travelled to 20 countries around the world. He even has Instagram account through which he shares the travel updates.
You might be thinking I am little bit crazy, well I am not. Have a look at this photos and determine yourself.
Brouwerijt IJ, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Is this for...
Logan Dodds is a 24 year old Auckland- born plumber who loves to travel. During the summer of 2015 he packed his bags and went to travel around Europe, he recorded himself on the Go Pro camera. He spent three months exploring places such as Turkey, Ibiza, Munich, Morocco, London and many more.
This young Kiwi compiled the videos to make it a 4 minutes video and posted it on Facebook under the name “Summer –Daze”. The travel video went viral since then the video has received more than 900,000 views and inspired thousands to pack their...