June to September is generally monsoon season across India and many parts of South Asia. Most states in India receive significant rainfall during July and August in particular. If you like the rains, then there are plenty of amazing places that you can visit to experience the drizzle and greenery. Places like Kerela, Cherrapunjee and… Read More Top monsoon destinations with no rain!
Mumbai, the city made up of 7 small islands, is the financial capital of India. But leaving aside the commercial side of the city, there is a diverse and cultural element to the city which is unlike any other destination in India. There is a lot of history, interesting eclectic architecture and some distinct food… Read More 8 hours in Mumbai
Paro Taktsang, Paro Valley – Bhutan The most famous and common picture of Bhutan is that of the ancient Paro Taktsang. This ancient Buddhist temple is literally on the edge of a long 3000 feet cliff drop. It takes a three hour hike to get up to this stunning monastery. The Paro Taktsang typifies the… Read More Mesmerizing places of worship around the world
It is often said that people want what they don’t have. Europeans want tropical sunny weather as they get little sunshine at home, and you might hear a Jamaican say that they would love some cold rainy English weather, because they see sunshine on an almost daily basis at home. People in India are no… Read More Best places to experience snow in India