Browse Month: June 2017

Rajmachi and Kondane Cave Trek with Travel Trikon

A mighty fort with a backdrop of silvery waterfalls and lush green landscapes,

The mesmerizing Rajmachi provides for the perfect weekend escape.


Major Attractions

  • Kondane Waterfalls
  • Rustic Stay
  • Ancient Lake & Shiva Temple
  • Sunset from Shreevardhan Fort
  • Early morning Trek to Manoranjan Fort

The dates for the trek would be 22nd July to 23rd July with total of 30 seats on avail via Travel Trikon. Continue Reading

10 weekend getaway products to rent from RentKarde for a perfect ‘FriendCation’

FriendCation represents a vacation with friends which is all that we want to enjoy and get a break from our daily hectic routine life.

A successful weekend getaway involves a lot of discussion and planning. From making a whatsapp group to deciding the place, all involves a lot of discussion of how the vacation or weekend getaway be about.

Below are listed down 15 new products you can rent from in a nice budget if you plan for a short vacation termed as ‘FriendCation’ Continue Reading

15 best monsoon trekking trails near Mumbai that you can’t miss this monsoon

“We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.”
Monsoon is still a few days away but that doesn’t mean you can’t make plans for it now, right? There are several ways to enjoy the monsoon, but nothing can replace the excitement of trekking the foggy mountains and the panorama of the nature. So, all the nature enthusiasts backpack yourself to explore the surrounding. Here is a list of fifteen best monsoon trekking trails near Mumbai that you just can’t afford to miss this monsoon:  Continue Reading

Its India v/s Pakistan!!! Mouka Mouka!!!

India VS Pakistan

It’s time for India Vs Pakistan again. So keep your TV remote aside and enjoy the cracker of a contest. But wait, are you gonna stay put at home to in front of your TV sets for the match of the year? We know staying in on your couch has a charm of it’s own, but it’s India VS Pakistan guys and its time to take the decibel level to the next ‘level’.

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