Bali has become a very popular destination among a lot of Indian travelers. But all I see is people going for their honeymoons to Bali. It definitely is a good place for honeymooners, but it has so much more to offer than just that. That is why in this Blog I made things very crisp and clear especially for the Indian traveler.
Bali is emerging to be a very popular destination for so many people now, but all I see people doing are going to the monkey forest, Kuta and the Tanah Lot temple. No one seems to be exploring the real beauty of Bali. So in this blog i have listed down my top 20 off beat things to do in and around Bali, trust me it is worth the read
I know how frustrating it can be when your Indian passport allows only visa free entries to 58 countries. Having to wait endlessly and applying every time when you want to go to a exciting country. Fortunately there a few loopholes in this system, that i have found after travelling extensively
For most Indians, Singapore is usually the first abroad destination they travel to. Being their first trip abroad, travel agencies take a lot of advantage of this. That is why I have made things simple, crisp and clear on how to travel Singapore in a completely new, unique and in a budget friendly manner.
Hello once again to all my fellow travelers. The holiday season is yet upon us and all of us will be looking to book their vacations now. So I thought now would be a right time to give you a brief idea on how to travel Thailand in a completely new and a unique way. Especially for the common Indian traveler.
In the monsoon of 2018 I had the chance to visit one of India’s most luxurious resorts, Evolve Back, Coorg. In this blog I want to share with you guys, all of my experiences and impressions of the resorts that I got during my 3 day stay there.
I get this question asked a lot. I have been travelling a lot recently and people usually ask me, how do you manage your expenses ? Everything is so expensive abroad and especially in Europe, hotel prices are skyrocketing in peak season, that middle class families in India just cannot afford it.
Usually I break down all my expenses into 5 Parts
1. Flights + Visa
3. Internal transport
5. Sightseeing and other activities
Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. – Ralph Waldo Emerson
I have been on 4 major Road trips across India now and have learnt a great deal from it. i thought its time i shared my experiences and tips on how to plan the perfect road trip in India.
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine
Since I have been travelling a lot recently, especially since the last 10 years. I have come to discover certain loopholes in getting the cheapest flight tickets online. In this blog I am going to sharing with my tricks of the trade to finding you the cheapest flight tickets online. There may be certain things that you might be aware of but a few tips will definitely blow your mind and get you flight tickets at the base minimum fare.
Wandering re-establishes the original harmony which once existed between man and the universe. – Anatole France
Welcome every one to my Personal blog. I have been meaning to do this for a very long time now. For those of you who do not know, my name is Shashvat Joshi and I spent the last Eight and a half-year of my life studying medicine and finally getting the prestigious M.D. Somewhere in the middle of all this i had the opportunity to visit and explore some of the most amazing parts of our planet.