About Hampi travel blog: Hampi is one of the most scenic ancient UNESCO Heritage Sites in India. Situated in Karnataka by the banks of Tungabhadra river, Hampi houses numerous ruins dating back to the Vijayanagar empire dating back to 1500 CE. Scholars spend 3 months at a stretch to explore the old ruins and still can […]
Category: UNESCO Sites
Dance of Elephant!
“Only at the Manas National Park, you can see a parade of elephants as big!” Exclaimed Debjani, my co passenger on the safari jeep as we looked at the horizon and found the foothill of Himalaya queued with a large herd of gentle giants. More than 100 Asian elephants were seen through a green haze […]
Bhaktapur, a UNESCO Heritage town of Nepal where History Lives and Breathes
About this blog: This travel blog on Bhaktapur will plan your travel to the temple town and cultural capital of Nepal. Should you stay at Bhaktapur for a night or visit as a day tripper from Kathmandu? What are the most beautiful temples of Bhaktapur? We have also listed a few accommodation choices in Bhaktapur […]
Chitwan, Off Tigers and One Horned Rhino: Jungle safari at Nepal’s Oldest Nature Reserve!
About the blog: Royal Chitwan National park tells the tale of one of the best wildlife conservation success stories in Asia. With a rebounding number of endangered Royal Bengal Tiger and one horn Rhino population, Chitwan National Park in Nepal is home to myriad species of mammals and colourful avians. A part of ancient Terai […]