“A hidden isolated world”, is the first thing most travellers have to say about Spiti. What else could one say about a world that was forbidden to visitors for about 30 years. A visit to Spiti Valley is like Time Travel. You get in a time machine and travel to a world and time unknown.

The heat is getting just unbearable and we are in search of a solace to find some respite from it. We are waiting with bated breath for the monsoons to arrive. But, what if, we say that solace is right here in our backyards? Not much of a distance away?


In this pre monsoon period, get ready to witness a phenomenon which will just put you in awe of nature. We are talking about the tiny little twinkling creatures, who come out in millions at night in a breathtaking phenomenon.


Tis the season of the fireflies!

Trekking is something which people love to do these days. People have now started exploring outdoors through trekking. But when it comes to start or take the first steps for a trek, many questions arise. What if the trek is too tiring? What if I slip or fall on the trail? I have never exercised in my life how will I walk so much on a trek?These are the questions which come in your mind if you have never been on a trek. But there are easy treks for beginners near Mumbai which you can definitely go on.

You need extraordinary mental strength and courage if you think of doing something which no one has attempted ever. This is what defines Poorna Malavath when she started her journey in Mountaineering. The film Poorna: Courage Has No Limit is a biopic made on Poorna Malavath, the youngest girl to climb the tallest mountain of the world: Everest. Poorna is now 16 years old but back then she was just 13 years and 11 months old when she scaled this mighty peak.

People doing crazy stunts, attempting never thought about feats, pushing their limits, going high on adventure, this is what Banff films are made of. A personal account of people trying to do the impossible, these films are just what you need to watch to get motivated to do something crazy in life. A world renowned Mountain Film Festival, Banff is looked upon as the epitome of all mountain films festivals. Here’s all you need to know about Banff Mountain Film festival and the films of 2016/2017 out for the World Tour.

You will be shocked to know the effects that a lack of sleep causes on your body, especially when you are outdoors. It will deteriorate your health, lessen your stamina and blow up your mental and physical strength. Also, the amount of physical activity you will do on the next day will come shooting down as it all depends on the quality of sleep you have had the previous night. Why go through the pain of sleepless nights? Just turn sleepless nights into restful nights with a few sleeping tips up your sleeve.

A hub for spirituality, yoga, pilgrimage and peace of mind, Rishikesh is the epitome for people seeking their inner self and meeting the high energy they believe in. Rishikesh has so many jewels to its crown that it makes for one of the most sought after destination for every kind of traveler. An ancient healing place with hills and rivers, it’s the abode of God for a spiritual traveller. But it’s not only the spirituality of this holy place which attracts travellers, Rishikesh is now the adventure hub of India. It has got everything from White-Water Rafting to Bungee Jumping and more. So if you are a backpacker and adventurer then this Ultimate Rishikesh Guide is your bible.

Travel and adventure is what everyone yearns to go on. And if it’s a road trip on a bike, then it’s a life changing experience. Who would not want to soar through the wind while riding the bike in beautiful vistas which we just dream of. For all the dreams that we see, one cannot be everywhere at the same time. But to give you major travel and adventure goals we have curated some of the best motor cycling documentaries that show the best biking trails like nobody else.

Venturing outdoors is always the first thing on one’s mind when the boredom and monotony of life hits hard. When we are in the wilderness it’s as if we see a newer side of ourselves which we never knew existed. This is best explained by John Muir when he says,

“ Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilised people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is necessity…”

You know the warnings they give you before you get yourself to do an adventure activity? “Be alert”, “This is a dangerous activity”, “Make sure your harness is clipped properly”, “Don’t panic underwater”, followed by many more wise words. We are amused thinking about what warning did these adventure activities/ marriage proposals bring with them. Maybe something like:

Warning: This adventure activity is intensely romantic. It may result in increased heart rate, creation of huge relationship goals and leave you with a fiancé.