Beginner’s guide to start trekking in Sahyadri

Trekking is a high endurance activity. In order to venture into trekking, this is the best time for beginners to start training for it as monsoon is hardly two months away. Various trekking groups in Mumbai/Pune organize treks to various forts depending on the type of trail. The trails are divided into three buckets namely easy, medium and difficult. Sharing my experience of trekking in Sahyadris during last monsoon and what I learnt about choosing the right trek based on my endurance level. Sharing my experience of trekking at Sahyadri last monsoon.

Rendezvous with God’s Own Country

A family full of travel buffs embarked upon their expedition to explore the God's own country from Mumbai on a beautiful morning. Kerala is ideal for slow travel as there is a lot to learn here in terms of its cultural diversity, natural beauty or to find peace of mind cruising through the backwaters. But as we all working class people are bound by limited leaves, we had to cover most of the major attractions of this beautiful abode of nature within a week.

Kasol: The Land of Hippies

A travelogue contrasting about my two different experiences at Kasol, Himachal Pradesh which is also known as Mini Israel of India.

Coorg: The Coffee Capital of India

This travelogue is about my trip to Coorg which is also known as the Scotland of India for its beautiful mountains and coffee plantations.

Being Solo: Exploring the Pink City

This travelogue is about my one day trip to Jaipur, the Pink City of India.

Jaisalmer: The Golden City

This is a travel story about my weekend trip to Jaisalmer. It was an all girls trip which had all the elements from Camel Safari, Jeep Safari, Desert Camp to Shopping in the Jaisalmer Fort.