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World’s 8 Best Destinations that you Must Visit in 2017

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“Discover new place every year. Do you want to the world’s 8 best destinations that have made it to the list this year? Read the article to know more.”

If you have a thirst for wanderlust, I am sure there is a list of must visit places tucked in the most secret section in your wardrobe. So have you made your travel resolution this year or still stuck with a busy schedule? Check out this fantastic list of world’s eight best destinations that you must visit in 2017.

Hanoi, Vietnam


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10 Secret Ways for a Pocket-Friendly Hotel Stay – Save More Money Now!

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“Who said hotel stays are costly? You can save a lot. Just follow these simple tricks to learn more about pocket friendly hotel stay.”

Planning a dream trip? I know it’s not an easy task and the toughest job is to keep the expenses under control. Speaking of expenses, the list is long. Travel cost, meal cost, lodging cost and much more. You can easily control the other expenses but cutting down the costs of hotel stays can be a bit tricky. Want to know the tricks? Here are 10 secret ways for a pocket friendly hotel stay that is surely worth the buck.

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1. Make a phone call

The age of the internet has made things really easy especially in terms of booking hotel rooms. Rather than making a call you will try out a number of hotel booking websites like, etc, and quite a handful of websites like Groupon and Living Social, right? The offers and deals provides by these sites are no doubt lucrative. But the flip side is that you can only get them if you book a package of airfare and hotel.  In such cases, a simple phone call to the desk might get you perks. Sometimes it pays off being traditional.


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The Spectacular Darjeeling

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Darjeeling is nestled in the northern regions of West Bengal and is surrounded by numerous slopes of bright green tea plantations that are set against a backdrop of snow-capped Himalayas. The land produces the finest variety of muscatel flavored Darjeeling tea that is revered by connoisseurs and tea enthusiasts. Darjeeling is home to the century old miniature steam engine that still chugs uphill. Here we have listed a few things that must be done when you visit the ‘Queen of Hills’.


Gaze at Kanchenjunga

Kanchenjunga is the world’s third-highest peak. The mountain appears mystical at dawn when the sunrise’s orange glow hits its snow-covered surface. Get up early to gaze at the spectacular Kanchenjunga while you rub your eyes. If it’s a cloudy day then don’t waste your time to go there.

Stroll through the bright green tea plantations

The British first introduced tea in Darjeeling in the mid-19th century. The sprawling tea estates, huge bungalows and clubs are reminiscent of that grand era. Stroll through miles of bright green sprawling tea estates, strike up a conversation with the garden workers and observe how deftly they pluck fresh tea leaves with buds.

Enjoy the subtle savor of Darjeeling tea

Darjeeling is all about soaking yourself in the splendor of the sprawling tea garden and the misty mornings that welcomes the veranda of your hotel and of course, a cup of steaming Darjeeling tea. When fatigue starts to manifest itself after a long day of exploring and sightseeing, a cup of crisp Darjeeling tea helps replenish the loss of energy in the body.

Book a ride on the century old toy train

A journey on the Himalayan Railway is popularly known as the toy train ride and is an excellent way to explore and view the magnificent surroundings of this mesmerizing hill station. Staring out of the transparent glass of the window at the endless stretch of tea plantation is an experience like no other.

Try the Darjeeling Rope-way

Sliding above dense forest and manicured tea farms, the Darjeeling-Rangeet Valley rope-way offers unparallel views and perennial experience. The 22-minute ride takes you over the vast stretches of forest and converted tea gardens down to the Takvar tea estate where you can sip some quality tea and laze around, exploring the village.

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