The Best Twitter Accounts for Great Travel Tips and Deals

By Nicole DiCenso, guest blogger Twitter is only as good as the people you follow – so I saved you the trouble and found six great accounts worth the space on your timeline. Whether you’re looking for updates on the hottest new deals, collecting travel hacks for your next vacation, or wondering how to go on a mystery…

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Unravelling the Magnificent Jodhpur

It was a decade ago when I first saw the impressive Umaid Bhawan Palace. A college trip introduced me to one of the world’s largest private residencies. From Rajasthan’s postcard perfect deserts to the grand architecture and varied food of Jodhpur, everything has etched itself in my memory. I was happy to know that a…

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Solo destination: Shantiniketan, Bengal

About 165 kilometres away from Bengal’s capital is the dusty and crowded town of Bolpur. As I alighted from the train on Bolpur Railway Station, I was taken aback by the crowd. I was even more shocked with the chaos and noise outside on the main street. This was not how I had imagined Shantiniketan…

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Photo Story: Mohan Shakti Heritage Park, Himachal Pradesh

As I departed for Chandigarh airport from Kandaghat, we stopped by Mohan Shakti Heritage Park. The park was about 20 kilometres away from Kandaghat which took us roughly an hour. The premises is spread over 40 acres and has a cafeteria and washrooms. The area is being developed with Ayurvedic centre currently. This space is essentially a…

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A Guide to Kandaghat, Himachal Pradesh

Kandaghat is a small highway town, about 30 kilometres ahead of Shimla when travelling from Delhi or Chandigarh. I had crossed it many times on my way and back from the capital of Himachal Pradesh. But not until I won the Dream Trails contest with Club Mahindra did I get a chance to explore and stay here….

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A Quick Guide to Kolkata, Bengal

I had a fellow blogger and friend visit Kolkata last year. In my course of hosting Kathleen, I explored a part of the city, I now live in, as a tourist. This is always a surreal experience for me. Firstly, backyard travel is a rare practice in today’s travel culture. Secondly, a fellow traveller can…

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