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The simple yet mesmerising beauty of Bhutan has an infectious charm to it. The land of breathtaking locales, salubrious air, majestic monasteries and some of the happiest people in the world, it acts like a balm of peace on battered, worn-out souls. It is no surprise then that Bhutan is on the radar of many a travel lover. Given its proximity to India and friendly bilateral relations between the two countries, travelling to the land of Thunder Dragon is fairly hassle-free for Indians. Here is an in-depth travel guide for Bhutan to help you plan a smooth, well-ordered trip: Top Tourist Attractions in Bhutan for Your Itinerary A Bhutan Tourist Permit allows you access to the regions of Thimphu, Punakha and Paro. The Phuentsholing region can be accessed without a permit too. These four areas make up for a large part of the country, with an exception to certain protected…

Still hung over the FIFA fever, we gave you a sneak peek into the fantasy land that Croatia is. If that stirred some wanderlust in you – it’s hard to believe otherwise – here is a detailed rundown on everything you need to know about when you travel to Croatia from India, to make sure you act on your plans sooner than later: Travel to Croatia: Visa Requirement The first and foremost consideration for any foreign travel is the visa. Indians can travel to Croatia on a Schengen Visa for a stay not exceeding 90 days in a 180-day period. If you do not intend to visit the rest of Europe and want to limit your travel to Croatia alone, you can travel to Croatia from India on a short-stay visa, also known as C-visa. The details of the visa requirements are available on the Embassy website. You can also…

There are two kinds of people who venture out of their homes to explore new places – tourists and travellers. If you are the latter, trekking to and camping at Chandratal ought to be the highlight of your Spiti explorations. Here is everything you need to know about camping at Chandratal to pull it off like a pro: What is Chandratal? Situated at an altitude of 14,100 feet in Spiti, Himachal Pradesh, Chandratal is a 2.5 kilometre wide fresh water lake that gets its name from its crescent-moon like shape. Surrounded by snow capped towering Himalayas in the distance, brown mountains with a slight hint of vegetation all around, this is a destination that’s all about breathtaking views and an all-pervading sense of calm. A Lake Where Fairies Descend Himachal, that has earned itself the title of Dev Bhoomi or Land of Gods, abounds in mystical local legends and mythological…