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Serious adventurers usually have the Hampta Pass trek in Himachal Pradesh on their list of must-dos.

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This lovely #GaietyTheatre opened in 1877 and now splendidly restored, has long been a focus of Shimla's social life.

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Lake Badi, Udaipur.

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Wud love to visit
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Tell us your travel plan for the first long weekend of 2017.
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With these handy tips we make sure that you make the most of your first holiday to America's second largest city.

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A trip to the region is worth it, not only for its fresco-painted havelis, but for a taste of unspoilt Rajasthan.

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#Didyouknow The world’s first bus tour for dogs is happening in London from today until Thursday 19th January.

Owners and their pet dogs will be taken for a 90-minute bus ride along some of the most scenic dog walking spots in the city.

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IRCTC is going to introduce a pilgrimage train from Guwahati next month.

It will take you to Swamy Narayan Temple, Kalighat and Birla Temple in West Bengal and Jagannath Temple, Konark Temple and Lingaraj Temple in Odisha on a seven-day journey.

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That's really awesome. #IRCTC should introduce more tour trains like this. Thanks a lot #incredible_India
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Every evening an elaborate Ganga aarti ceremony with prayers, fire and dance is held at #DashashwamedhGhat in #Varanasi.

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View of #Nohrimen waterfall at #Syntung in Meghalaya.

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Soak in the panoramic beauty of snow-clad Himalayas and the frozen Dal Lake in #Srinagar.

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Trace the course of the frozen #ZanskarRiver during the Chadar Trek in #Ladakh.

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We share the best in travel: great travel stories, safe adventures for the entire family, innovative travel ideas and stimulating conversations.
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A beat-up old car, a few dollars in the pocket, and a sense of adventure. That's all Tony and Maureen Wheeler needed for the trip of a lifetime. They met on a park bench in Regent's Park and married a year later. For their honeymoon, they attempted what few thought possible - crossing Europe and Asia overland, all the way to Australia. It took them several months and all the money they could earn, beg or borrow, but they made it. At the end of it all, they were flat broke… and couldn't have been happier.

Lonely Planet was born out of this epic adventure. This was in 1973. After years of struggle, by the early 80’s Lonely Planet was a name to be reckoned with. Over the following decades Lonely Planet became a synonym for travel guide, a fact reinforced in 2010 when the company published its 100 millionth travel guide.

A year after this milestone, Lonely Planet India was born. This was in response to the steady rise in the number of Indian travellers and their unique needs. The travel guides published by Lonely Planet India would be written for Indians, by Indians and is the first and so far, the only initiative of its kind.
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