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Stay in a bamboo house in Majuli river island

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The rainiest place on earth: Meghalaya

Wildlife viewing in Assam

Assam has abundant wildlife and offers a fantastic vacation for animal lovers and birdwatchers. The Kaziranga National Park is perhaps the most well known of its wildlife reserves being home to the rare one-horned rhinoceros.  If you are lucky, you may even spot a tiger through the foliage and grasslands. An early morning elephant ride […]
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5 women, 11000 ft, 88 km, 6 days: An account of Sima’s personal journey through a trek

Sima and her friends did this 6 day trek with us ( Gypsyfeet Travels) in the Singalila National Park in the Himalayas, bordering Nepal. A wonderful account of her personal journey through this trek. Read it slowly and with patience, you will be rewarded. Sima-Mehta-Trek-2011

You are a child of the universe

“Beyond a wholesome discipline, Be gentle with yourself. You are a child of the universe No less than the trees and the stars; You have a right to be here.” – Max Ehrmann Just loved these lines and thought I would share them with folks who visit here! Sometimes travel needs a lot of time […]
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And for those times when even die-hard travellers need inspiration.

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain

A brief primer for travel to Sri-Lanka

Gypsy Kanchuki just got back from a trip to Sri-Lanka. Unable to handle the barrage of questions from friends and family who are keen to go there , she’s created a Primer that she can point everybody to ( handy time saving tactics). Hope this works out useful for everybody who comes looking! A suggested […]
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Drukair announces Ghy-Paro flight

Now travellers from Guwahati going to Bhutan can fly into Paro airport, instead of travelling overland for 24 hrs or so. Introductory fare is Rs. 3000 one way, a very good deal considering the time and money saved on the road travel. Flights are currently once a fortnight. Flight is not listed on the Drukair […]
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Informative video on North-East India

This video, created by the Department of Tourism, Govt. of India, showcases some of the experiences possible in North-East India.

New slideshow on community based tourism initiatives in North-East

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