“Small World”, Is it? NO…Our beautiful planet Earth is so vast that we didn’t even heard the name of half of the total countries in the world and trust me, those half are genuinely pristine beauty nature has offer to whole mankind. But, But, But…Our heart does not go beyond UK, USA and Europe. You cancel plan every time by thinking about just these places (Okk, beautiful places!) and we very well know why… (MONEY!). Rupee is a weak currency in many exotic locations (We know), think quite beyond…and choose offbeat places that remains undiscovered but they are the next Swiss and Hawaii, I bet! Good News is…our desi rupaiya is Boss in such awesome parts of the planet. Take a look! Check these Countries out for amazing experience. Click here.
Island of the Gods or God of Islands
1 INR= 203.41 Indonesian Rupiah
There is no other place like Bali (True!). Bali offers great beaches, colourful ceremonies, gifted artists, countless waves for surfing and wonderful natural sites to visit and explore. There is an unbelievably wide range of hotels and accommodation, restaurants, spas and world-class activities and shopping – all within close distance and at very fair prices means your rupee is a king.
But, Bali is much more than that! There is a special vibe, an essence, something authentic that is difficult to describe, which has touched and inspired visitors from all over the world since decades. It has something to do with the Balinese themselves and their warm and welcoming character. Nobody gonna misses the Bali, Right?? So, Click here!
Old City Charm with Crashing Cascades
1 INR= 82.54 Paraguayan Guarani
Little-visited, little-known Paraguay is a country much offbeat. Located in the heart of “Latin Continent”, travellers fly over the country and misses truly authentic South American experience. Paraguay is truly a ‘paisa-wasool’ without the ‘wasool’ of ‘paisa’ as our rupee makes you rich on the land…of course, for some days. Paraguay is a country of remarkable contrasts: it’s rustic and sophisticated; it boasts spectacular natural reserves and massive human-made dams; it is a place where horses and carts pull up alongside Mercedes Benz vehicles, artisans’ workshops about glitzy shopping centres, and Jesuit ruins in rural villages lie just a few kilometres from interesting colonial towns. The steamy subtropical Atlantic Forest of the east is a stark contrast to the dry, spiny wilderness of the Chaco, the location of the isolated Mennonite colonies.
Central Asia’s Showstopper
1 INR= 115.41 Uzbekistani Som
Sandwiched between Central Asia’s proud but overlooked for years (for obvious reason…USSR), fellow “Stans” Uzbekistan is heart-warming home to a Spellbinding arsenal of architecture and ancient cities, all deeply infused with the bloody, fascinating history of the Silk Road. Samarkand, Bukhara and Khiva never fail to impress tourists with their number of incredible photogenic mosques, mausoleums and madrasas in every shade of blue while its more eccentric attractions, such as the fast disappearing Aral Sea, the fortresses of desperately remote Karakalpakstan, its boom town capital Tashkent and the ecotourism opportunities of the Nuratau Mountains, mean that even the most diverse tastes can be catered for. Pack your bags and get ready to travel gem of central asia. Click here!
Home of Angkor Wat
1 INR= 56.28 Cambodian Riel
There’s a magic about this charming yet confounding kingdom that casts a spell on visitors. In Cambodia, ancient and modern worlds collide to create an authentic adventure. The remains of mighty Khmer Empire highlights in the fabled temples of Angkor, monuments unrivalled in scale and grandeur in Southeast Asia. The traveller’s first glimpse of Angkor Wat, the ultimate expression of Khmer genius, is sublime and is unmatched by any spots on the earth. Chaotic yet charismatic capital Phnom Penh is a revitalised city earning plaudits for its sumptuous riverside setting, cultural renaissance, and world-class wining-and-dining scene. Battambang, is the advent of mass tourism, charms with graceful French architecture and a thriving contemporary art scene. Country whose courtyard comprises eighth wonder of the world. You can’t miss that, Right?? Click Here!
Unforgettable Cambodia, a Glimpse:
Experience the rhythm of rural life and landscapes of dazzling rice paddies and swaying sugar palms in Cambodia’s countryside. The South Coast is fringed by tropical islands dotted with the occasional fishing village. Inland lie the Cardamom Mountains, part of a vast tropical wilderness providing a home to elusive wildlife and a gateway to emerging ecotourism adventures. The mighty Mekong River cuts through the country and hosts some of the region’s last remaining freshwater dolphins. Have an unforgettable Cambodian experience, Cheers! Click here.
Welcome to Vietnam: A timeless Charm
1 INR= 324.68 Vietnamese Dong
A land of staggering natural beauty and cultural complexities, of dynamic megacities and hill-tribe villages, Vietnam is both exotic and compelling. Vietnam is an exhilarating country to travel. Vibrant street life, exquisite food and epic landscapes are just the start of what you’ll find here. A nation on the move, Vietnam balances cool urban culture with deeply rooted traditional values. In the cities, ancient pagodas sit just around the corner from sleek rooftop bars. In the countryside, life still follows the rhythms of the rice harvest, and there’s always time for a coffee on the sidewalk. However you like to travel, Vietnam has treasures waiting for you. If you have the bills (Sure, You have…Feel like a King with Rupee in pocket), Vietnam has the thrills and chills. Perfect place for cool holiday destination. Click here!
Land of Sabrosura
1 INR= 44.13 Colombian Peso
Door Kahin Ek Desh Hai…Columbia, where kindness, joy, diversity, flavour and music come together to make people vibrate. Dreamland for the travel enthusiasts of our country and also their pocket (Sasta Hai Bhai!), Colombia boasts all of South America’s allure. A slight tinkering in altitude takes you from sun-toasted Caribbean sands to coffee-strewn, emerald-green hilltops in the Zona Cafetera. Continue to climb and there’s Bogotá, the bustling cradle of Colombia. Throw in another few thousand meters and you’ll find snow-capped peaks, high-altitude lakes and the eerie, unique vegetation of the páramo (high-mountain plains). The bottom drops out as the Andes give way to Los Llanos, a 550,000-sq-km swath of tropical grasslands shared with Venezuela, often called the Serengeti of South America. Colombia offers an off-the-radar treasure trove of wonderfully photogenic cobblestoned towns and villages unspoiled by modern progress appears stuck in 16th century quicksand (Spanish Colonial Era.)
Avenues of Baobabs
1 INR= 50.00 Malagasy Ariary
Madagascar is unique: 5% of all known animal and plant species can be found here…and here alone. The island’s signature animal is the lemur of course, but there are many more weird and wonderful creatures. Trees and plants are just as impressive, be they the distinctively shaped baobabs, the fanning ravinala (travellers’ palm), the hundreds of orchids or the spiny forests of the desert south. The remarkable fauna and flora is matched by epic landscapes of an incredible diversity: you can go from rainforest to desert in just 300 km, few places on Earth offer such an intense kaleidoscope of nature. There are sandstone canyons, limestone karsts, mountains, fertile hills cascading with terraced rice paddies, forests of every kind – rain, dry, spiny – and a laterite-rich soil that gave the country its nickname of ‘Red Island’. With 5000 km of coastline, the sea is never very far, turquoise and idyllic in places, dangerous in others.
Vast Land of Undiscovered Nature
1 INR= 35.54 Mongolian Tugrik
Land in Mongolia and ask locals about landlocked Mongolia’s unique beauty; they will probably (or definitely) start gushing regarding the spectacular countryside, vast steppes, rugged mountains, clear lakes and abundant wildlife and livestock. Some areas are so remote you could drive a full day and see almost no signs of human habitation. Maybe this is the true wilderness experience that many people find so appealing and flock to Mongolia. Mongolia’s nomadic culture is famous – visitors can sleep in a herder’s ger (traditional felt yurt), help round up the sheep, ride horses and simply ‘get back to nature’. The legacy of Genghis Khan and resurgent nationalist pride sharpens the experience. A culture of tremendous hospitality makes locals more accessible. In a world beset by locks and gates, it’s refreshing to meet people willing to open their doors to strangers. When travelling in Mongolia, always have a ready supply of gifts for the kids (For generosity).
1 INR= 32.16 Tanzanian Shilling
Tanzania is the land of safaris. Wildebeest stampede across the plains. Hippos jostle for space in muddy waterways. Elephants wander along seasonal migration routes and chimpanzees swing through the treetops. Experience the natural wealth of Tanzania; Start by taking a boat safari down the Rufiji River past snoozing crocodiles in Selous Game Reserve; watch giraffes silhouetted against ancient baobab trees in Ruaha National Park; sit motionless as water birds peck in the shallows around Rubondo Island; and hold your breath while lions pad around your vehicle in Ngorongoro Crater. Tanzania’s Indian Ocean coastline is magical, with tranquil islands and sleepy coastal villages steeped in centuries of Swahili culture. Relax on powdery beaches backed by palm trees and massive baobabs; take in magnificent, pastel-hued sunrises; immerse yourself in languid coastal rhythms. Sending its shadow across Tanzania’s northern plains, Mt Kilimanjaro (Africa’s highest peak and world’s highest free-standing volcano) beckons visitors with its graceful, forested flanks and stately snow-capped summit. Ride the Best Safari in the world and Check the best wildlife of Africa herein Tanzania. Click Here!