Peora is a small village in Nainital district of Uttarakhand, hidden from the maddening city crowd. Nestled in the Shivalik ranges of Himalayas, this village falls in the Kumaon region. This small hamlet, situated at an elevation of 1997 m (6600 ft) is considered to be the best location for eco-tourism.

Hello friends! Our quest to explore takes us to so many places. Whether it's for business, leisure or pleasure, we are always looking for something new in the form of people, places or things. The uniqueness of things always fascinates us. And for us travelers, what better can satisfy our inquisitive instincts than exploring a hitherto unexplored or less explored place. So let's go to a tiny raw place, tucked in the mighty Himalayas, untouched by human invasion. It is named Peora.

WHERE IS PEORA - Peora (pronounced as Pora) is situated 10 km(6.3 mi) away from Mukteshwar and 23 km (14.2 mi) from Almora. Enveloped by a thick natural forest of pine and oak trees, this place possesses its own divine beauty. The whole of Kumaon region is covered with thick oak, pine, sal, kaphal and rhododendron trees giving it beautiful lush green cover. The rustic charm of Peora is to be seen and felt, to be believed. The most unique feature of this place is the clear panoramic view of about 350 km span of very high snow-clad peaks. You can feast your eyes with the breathtaking view of so many snow clad Himalayan peaks, from this one place. You can spend hours and hours in Peora admiring the view around and you won't get bored.

Peora, Uttarakhand
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1. Take a walk in the hills and, enjoy the fresh air(which you don't get in crowded places). Soak in the beauty and charm of the place.

2. Visit the local NGO Aarohi. This NGO works in the fields ranging from education to environmental conservation. You can also volunteer to work with this NGO for whatever amount of time you want to.

3. Mingle with locals of Peora and find out about their culture, local cuisine, their festivals, etc.

4. Take pictures of wildflowers, birds, and trees.

Peora Village, Uttarakhand
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5. Take a cycle and move along the secluded trails in the midst of lush green surroundings and stop at different places to relax and unwind. 

Lush green Peora village
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6. Go to apple orchards and enjoy the fresh fruits.

7. Visit the local herbal factory and see the manufacturing process. You can also buy some herbal products like face pack made from peach seeds or herbal spices.

8. You can also plan a day trip to Almora, which is again a beautiful place.

Peora is also known as the fruit bowl of Uttarakhand. The main occupation of the villagers is agriculture and farming. Almost all varieties of fruits are grown here. From apples to pomegranates, plums to peaches and apricots, everything is grown here. You can walk around and pluck fresh apples from the trees and eat them.

Since the area is covered with tall trees, Peora comes as a paradise for wildlife lovers and bird watchers. 

Peora is a very small village so there is no market here. You must carry all the essentials with you when you visit Peora. There are no ATMs in the vicinity. You can see traditional tiled roofs on houses here.

Snow clad peaks from Peora in Uttarakhand
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Houses in Peora, Nainital
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Air - The nearest airport to Peora is Dehradun, which is around 175 km (110 mi) away. From here you can hire a taxi to reach Peora.

Rail - The nearest railway station is Kathgodam, which is around 68 km (42 mi) away. You can hire a taxi from Kathgodam to reach Peora in 2-2.5 hours. It will charge INR 1100-1300 for the one way trip

Road - Taxis are available from Delhi and Kathgodam to reach Peora. It is 360 km (230 mi) from Delhi. When you drive from Kathgodam to Peora, you will cross lakes of Bhimtal. The drive takes you along slopes and serpentine roads covered with green pine trees and dense forests. The drive itself is an eye-popping experience.


The best place to stay in Peora is the Dak Bungalow. It is a very old building renovated recently by a family and is being operated as a homestay. In fact, it was built in 1905. It still retains its old world charm with mud walls, high ceilings, and fireplaces. This Dak Bungalow overlooks the Nanda Devi and Trishul peaks and if the day is clear, you can have a great view of the beautiful peaks. You have to order the food which you want to eat. Since Peora is not a very popular destination yet, so the food is not ready made. It is made to order. But homemade food is really delicious.

Dak Bunglow in Peora Village, Uttarakhand
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There are a couple of other staying options also like a resort, which has come up nearby and boasts of all the modern amenities. But true enjoyment lies in experiencing village life.

So either you are looking for a peaceful and serene location to unwind and rejuvenate or mad about natural beauty or are a wildlife enthusiast, just pack your bags and head straight to Peora in Uttarakhand to get a unique experience.



Over a period of time, while I traveled, I encountered a few situations which I had not planned for and had me in an unnecessary spot of bother. Though very small, these things tend to spoil your mood as well as the momentum you have built for your trip. 

Mistakes in traveling

Hello Friends! Traveling is always a learning experience, provided you are willing. But there is also a thing called forced learning. The things you are forced to learn unwillingly or by encountering situations you had not anticipated. Learning these things keeps you better prepared for your next trip. You can learn from others' experiences also.

So I am going to share a few things I found I should have foreseen but didn't. These are not exclusive to solo travel, they may hold good for group or family travel too. So it is useful for every traveler.

1. BE SURE ABOUT YOUR EXACT ARRIVAL TIME - It always helps to know your exact time of arrival at your destination. I made a mistake that I totally relied on the time of arrival written on my m-ticket and never bothered to cross check from anywhere else. And I found out later that the time of arrival written on the ticket was for the destination of bus and not for my destination. The result was I reached very early in the morning and the hotel I was supposed to stay in, hadn't opened yet. I had informed the hotel that my time of arrival was 8.30 in the morning, but if I reached at 6 am, it was not their fault. They still were gracious enough to allow me an early check-in. But what if they stuck to rules or hotel was full and I would have had to spend a good 3 hrs on the road after an overnight journey? So better double check the time of arrival at the destination lest your whole schedule goes haywire.

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2. GET COMPLETE INFORMATION ABOUT LOCAL TRANSPORT - In big cities, local transport is not an issue. You get many options to travel from one location to another. However, if you are traveling to a remote location, whether solo or in a group, it is always better to find out in advance, what local transport would be available to ferry you from one point to another. In my case, I found out that the only available local transport available was a taxi. And these taxis were charging obscene amounts to cover even a single location. It would have offset my budget by quite a margin, so I decided against hiring a taxi and instead hitched a ride. This saved me a good amount of money. But if I had researched thoroughly, I could have avoided that short period of mental stress and unnecessary running around to find a cheaper transport. The problem becomes acute if you are traveling with family. In that case, it is always advisable to opt for a package.


3. CARRY DIFFERENT NETWORK PHONES - Again, in cities, mobile networks don't pose many problems but once you are in a remote location, the networks start playing truant and that may create many unexpected problems. Like in my case, I was carrying my phone and a data card, both from the same network. And I lost full one day without being able to do any work either on my phone or laptop. This set my schedule of work back by sometime. So much so, I was able to book my return ticket, only the next day when the network became better. The hotel staff told me that the particular network did not work well in their area. So if I had carried two different network phones or sims, I may have saved quite some time haggling with network issues. So as far as possible, carry different network phones to counter any eventuality.

4. GET COMPLETE INFORMATION OF WEATHER - Weather is a very important factor whenever you plan to travel to any destination. So it is always good to have accurate information about the weather in that place. When I planned my trip, I found out that it would be cold during mornings and evenings so I had kept a sleeveless sweater in my backpack. However, I failed to check the forecast for the days I was supposed to be in that place. So I encountered cold windy conditions even during the day time and was left shivering. The saving grace was the walk I did, which brought some warmth into the body. Moreover, I had not braced for rains and was left stranded at a place for some time because I was not carrying the umbrella. Similarly, I was stranded during one of my earlier trips and had to spend an extra night due to extreme weather conditions. This is particularly true for hilly and coastal areas. You must be prepared for the unpredictability of the weather. Otherwise, you may either find yourself confined to your hotel room or stranded midway. So keep yourself updated with the weather predictions for the area you are going to travel to.

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5. ALWAYS CARRY DRINKING WATER - This is bare minimum essential, which you need to always have with you. Particularly when you are traveling to remote locations, you may not get drinking water everywhere. Like I did not want to carry anything with me when I went out to explore the place. I wanted to keep myself free from any extra weight apart from my own. But unfortunately, all the places I visited that day, were so situated that I did not get any drinking water and from 12 in the noon till 8 in the evening I was without drinking water. And add to this a lot of walking I needed to do, it was really bad. My folly. In fact, there were no eateries also in these places. So no harm in carrying a little extra load.


6. WHICH IS BETTER? FIXED ITINERARY OR FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE - Both have their own merits and demerits. A fixed itinerary gives you a sense of security and discipline. You know exactly when you will be where and keep yourself ready accordingly. And you are free from worries of having to plan for the day or taking care of logistics. But then it robs you of the freedom to do your own exploration and thus a thrill of adventure. You are bound by the time table and can't deviate from the given schedule. On the other hand, if you keep a flexible schedule, you can do a lot of things which otherwise you may not be able to do. Like you can mingle with locals and find out about their culture, food, etc. Or you can go on your own on long walks to find out new places, which would otherwise not be covered in a fixed itinerary. In my case, I kept a mix of both. I had a rough itinerary in mind, having planned about the places I wanted to visit on the first day and then on subsequent days. However, I had kept myself open to visiting any new places, which I might come to know of from the locals. And that helped. I was able to see a couple of extremely beautiful places, which I would have not even passed by if I had a fixed itinerary. And I did not find any major obstacle in terms of any logistical problem or any sense of uncertainty. So I found it better to have a mix of both, a fixed itinerary and a flexible schedule, quite cool. For family travelers, it may be a bit problematic but it should work well for solo or group travelers.

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7. KEEP SUFFICIENT CASH FOR EMERGENCY - Last but not the least. Always keep some minimum amount of cash with you for any eventuality. Although, nowadays most people prefer to pay by cards or other means of plastic money, and it is the norm now, but there may be situations where plastic money may not work. Again true for remote locations. You may not face any major problem in big or medium cities but in small cities or remote locations, you may face a situation, where only cash will work. I was sure that I would pay my hotel bill by card so did not bother much about the amount of cash I had. However, on the day of my departure, I was told that the swipe machine was not functioning and I needed to pay in cash. So next logical step for me was to go to an ATM. I found out that there were only three ATMs in the vicinity. One was closed because it was a Sunday and the other two were not working. So I found myself in a difficult situation. Fortunately for me, when I checked the cash in my wallet, it was just enough to pay the hotel bill and get me by to my next port of halt. Because I had already booked my return ticket online. Still, it gave me a lot of anxious moments till the time I found an ATM at my next stopover and withdrew some cash. So it is always better to have some decent amount of cash in your wallet, to get you by through difficult or unanticipated situations.

I hope my experience will benefit at least some of you.



Narkanda in Shimla district of Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful, calm and serene hill station. The natural beauty of Narkanda is truly mesmerizing and will leave you spellbound. Although a very small place, it has enough natural attractions to make your stay memorable. Narkanda is one of the most peaceful summer destinations in India.

It was long overdue. I had been postponing it for one reason or the other for some time. I had started feeling that I was getting trapped in my comfort zone and I needed to get out of it urgently. I keep traveling but this time the gap had been longer than usual. So I packed my bag and off I went to Narkanda in Himachal Pradesh. It was an unplanned trip in the sense that I had no local pre-bookings, no itinerary, only basic information about the place and I was traveling solo. The usual fear of the unknown was there. But once I reached Narkanda, everything fell into place so smoothly that it left me wondering if I had not been making heavy weather of it.

I did two things before starting. One, I booked a seat on HRTC AC bus from Delhi to Rampur up to Narkanda and two, talked to one of the hotel owners there, who was very nice and confirmed a room for me without any precondition (maybe because the season had not started yet).

Image of Narkanda, Shimla

Narkanda is a beautiful, picturesque but tiny town in Himachal Pradesh. It is located around 70 km(44 mi) from state capital Shimla. Narkanda height is 2750 m(app. 9000 ft) and it is in the midst of Shivalik range. It is a very peaceful and calm town with no madness of big cities. The beautiful natural surroundings, the apple orchards all around and the valleys with thick green forests consisting mainly of Oak, Deodar and Maple trees and the colorful view from the top leave you spellbound.

 So I left on the appointed day and time for Narkanda from Delhi. I was supposed to reach Narkanda at 8.30 next morning as per the schedule provided on the ticket. I checked with the hotel owner and he told me something like there was no direct bus from Delhi to Narkanda and I had to travel to Rampur and then the same bus would take me to Narkanda in Shimla. That left me confused. Nobody on the bus was able to clear my confusion.

I had expected the HRTC bus to be comfortable since it was an AC Deluxe bus. And my previous experience with HRTC buses was pretty good. However, to my surprise, I found a 36 seater bus at ISBT, Delhi. It was a small bus and I was cramped for leg space. I was told that this was the only AC bus plying between Delhi and Rampur.

We reached Shimla at 4 in the morning where some locals boarded the bus. And then the steep climb started. As dawn broke, I began to enjoy the view outside. Huge mountains on one side and deep valleys, covered with thick forests of green trees on the other side. I started to look for milestones on the road and saw one, saying Rampur 90 km(56 mi). It was 5.30 in the morning. I reckoned at current speed and with such steep climb, it would take at least 4 hours more to reach Rampur and then onward journey to Narkanda would take 2 hours more. I started feeling uncomfortable knowing I had to travel 6 more hours in this cramped bus. However, shortly I noticed another milestone saying Narkanda 17 km(10.5 mi). I asked the man sitting next to me, who seemed to be a local and had boarded the bus at Shimla. He told me that Narkanda was indeed before Rampur.

Narkanda image from my room

Me in hotel in Narkanda

The human mind is a strange phenomenon. The feeling of discomfort was replaced by anxiety. It meant I would reach Narkanda by 6 am. So would the hotel in Narkanda be open? Would there be any staff to interact with me? And then I had a hearty laugh at myself. I told myself, "why can't you relax and let things take their own course?". That made me a lot calmer.


So exactly at 6.10 am, I touched down at Narkanda main market or the city center, whatever it may be called since it is a very small town. There was peace all around. I soaked in the fresh cool breeze of the hills and forgot all my tiredness on account of 11 hours travel in the bus. It was cold and I was wearing only a tee and track pants(after all I was coming from Delhi). Luckily, the hotel I had booked was just across the road, right in front of me. But as expected, it's door was closed and there was no doorbell in sight. I deliberated for about 10 minutes about my next course of action and then decided to give a call to the hotel owner. To my delight, he picked up the call on the 3rd or 4th ring and I explained the situation to him. He, very courteously told me that he would immediately arrange to open one room for me, where I could relax for the time being and could change the room later if I wished to. And within no time, an employee of the hotel appeared from inside and guided me to a room, which was small but nicely done and with a beautiful view of the valley outside.

Good morning in Narkanda, Shimla

HATU PEAK NARKANDA - After relaxing for a while, getting ready and having my breakfast it was time to move out and start my exploration. My first destination was Hatu peak. I asked the hotel staff for a taxi and they connected me to the taxi operator. He asked for an exorbitant amount, which I politely declined. Since Narkanda is a small town, there is no other local transport available to move around and you have to depend on taxis to visit nearby places.


I decided to be adventurous and hitch a ride to Hatu peak and stationed myself a little away from the market, on the side of an empty stretch of road. Luckily for me, within 5 minutes a car pulled up in front of me and people in there asked me about the way to Hatu peak. And when I told them that I was also going in that direction, they immediately offered me a ride. There were three gentlemen in the car, all very jovial in nature and we were soon talking like old friends. Coincidentally, these people were also from Delhi, so that made the matters easier.

Soon, we started our climb to Hatu peak. And gosh, it was scary. Very steep climb coupled with potholed road and sharp invisible turns made all of us very nervous but it was thrilling at the same time. Our hearts pounding, we could not help praying. Though Hatu peak is only 7 km(4.5 mi) from the city center, it looked like light years away, before we finally reached there. But it was all worth it in the end(I will explain later).

On the way to Hatu peak Narkanda

On the way, I saw many camping sites in the dense forest. These camps are arranged by local operators and other agencies and the cost starts from as low as INR 1000 per night, which includes bed, breakfast, and dinner.

Camping site in Narkanda

Narkanda camping image

When we finally reached the Hatu peak, the only word that came out was WOW.

Hatu peak in Narkanda is said to be the highest point in the whole of Shimla district. At 3400m(11152 ft), you feel on top of the world standing atop it. The road ends here and you can't drive further. You get 360 degrees view of the surroundings from here. I could see the valleys, hills, the city, the colorful houses below and the apple orchards all around from here. It is an adventure spot also. I could see school kids practicing rock climbing here under the guidance of trained instructors. The weather was cold. But the stunning view all around made me hold my breath in awe. It is one place, where you can spend hours and hours, admiring the beautiful creations of nature. The view all around is so amazing that it becomes difficult to decide which way to look.

Image of Hatu peak, Narkanda

Rock climbing at Hatu peak

Picture of  Hatu Peak

Situated at Hatu peak itself is Hatu Temple. An artistic marvel. This is said to be a 5000 years old temple built by Pandavas. It was renovated recently. The beauty of the temple is that it is made entirely of wood and has intricate carvings on the whole of the structure. There is a gallery around the temple and people do parikrama(taking rounds) of the temple paying their respect to Hatu Mata. It is a very calm and serene spot and an ideal place for meditation. There are a couple of rooms situated on the temple premises, which are available for guests to stay. But the flip side is that you have to arrange for your own cooking. The temple people provide the ration but arranging cooking fuel(wood in this case) and utensils and cooking the food is your responsibility.

Hatu Temple Narkanda

Image of Hatu Temple

Another view of Hatu temple

Intricate carvings on Hatu temple structure

We spent quite some time on Hatu peak and then we're off to our next destination, Tanu Jabbar lake. It is about 5 km from the city center. But first, we had to come down about 4 km. When you come from Narkanda city center to Hatu peak, you get to a fork-shaped point on the road, after driving for about 3 km. On the right side of the fork is the road that goes up towards Hatu peak and on the left is the road that goes straight to Tanu Jabbar lake. It is a man-made lake with calm water and very serene surroundings. Enveloped by thick green Maple and Deodar trees, this is quite a picturesque beauty spot. There are houses of locals and apple orchards around the lake. And then there is a small temple of Nag Devta(Snake God) in the vicinity. It is a very quiet place.

Enjoying at Tanu Jabbar Lake, Narkanda

Nag Devta temple at Tanu Jabbar Lake

Tanu Jabbar Lake, Narkanda

One very important advice - No eatables or drinking water are available at Hatu peak or Tanu Jabbar lake. Make sure you have ample stock of these necessities when you visit these places.

From there, my new friends dropped me back to a place where I could get a bus to get back to my hotel. My heartfelt gratitude to those friends.

Next day I decided to visit some apple orchards. I observed that all the apple trees are covered by a net to protect them from birds and humans. Since it was not an apple season, apples hadn't blossomed fully. I could only see only very small budding apples hanging from the trees under the nets. But I was lucky to spot trees full of red cherries and could not hold myself from plucking a couple of them (with permission from the owner of course) and taste them. They were really sweet. Imagine eating fresh cherries straight from the tree. I was thrilled beyond words.

Cherries on the tree in Narkanda, Shimla

Apples on a tree in Narkanda

Apple Orchards of Shimla

Further, I had been told that Narkanda has its own skiing center. So exploring that was on my agenda. And when somebody told me that it was only half a km from my hotel, it became all the more imperative for me to go there. So off I went. After trekking for 500 m on a muddy stretch (some vehicles were also plying on that stretch), I reached a spot, which reminded me of scenes from movies. A very beautiful lush green area, surrounded by tall green trees. And hidden among these trees was a long and wide slope, covered with green grass. The slope, starting from up the hill, went right down to the valley below. Though there was no snow, I could imagine how people would be enjoying skiing there. It was an awesome sight (just see the video below). Then there was a cricket pitch just beside the skiing slope and some people were preparing to start a match.

Skiing Center, Narkanda

Greenery of Skiing Center, Narkanda

Cricket pitch at Narkanda

On the way back, I noticed a small school below, where children were playing their usual games and the view from there was as awesome as it could be.

Narkanda has a very small market. There are a handful of small eateries serving you mainly north Indian and Chinese delicacies. There are a couple of restaurants. And then there are a few shops selling daily essentials like groceries, vegetables, and fruits. There are a couple of confectionery shops also and I relished pakodas at one of them. They were simply delicious. Don't expect ice cream parlors or big branded restaurants here. But the food at my hotel was awesome. I tried different dishes and found each of them superbly prepared.

Narkanda Market
On the third day, it was time to say goodbye. My hotel would not accept payment by card as the swipe machine was non-functional. So I had to pay by cash. That left me with very little cash and I looked around for ATM. I found that there were only three ATMs around. One was of a local bank, the second one of SBI and the third one was of UCO bank. Local bank ATM didn't have cash. I was told that SBI ATM remains closed on Sundays(don't know who concluded that people don't need cash on Sundays) and UCO bank ATM was out of order. Hard luck. Thankfully, I had enough cash to travel to Shimla and eat food. And wisely(on hindsight) I had booked a ticket on another HRTC AC bus from Shimla to Delhi. So no worries on that account. But I learned an important lesson. Not to leave anything to chance.

HOTELS IN NARKANDA-There are only four hotels situated in and around the city center or market in Narkanda. Rest of them are a little off the way. You must bargain with hotel owners to get a good deal. 

Amazing Scenery at Narkanda, Shimla

People in Narkanda are very simple and friendly. The locals are very polite and helpful. The approximate population of Narkanda in Shimla is 3000 only.

NARKANDA TO SHIMLA - Narkanda has a very good road connection with Shimla and other parts of Himachal Pradesh. It is two hours drive from Shimla. I could see buses plying the whole day, from early morning till late evening(up to 8.30 pm), to and from Narkanda. And there is no dearth of buses to and from Shimla. So in case, you don't want to hire a taxi, hop on to any of these buses to travel from Narkanda to Shimla.


AIR - There is no airport at Narkanda and you can catch a flight to Bhuntar in Kullu and from there you can get a bus or cab to reach Narkanda.

RAIL - The nearest railway station is Shimla on the narrow gauge. Reach Kalka from Delhi and get on to the toy train to reach Shimla. Shimla to Narkanda is roughly 60 km by road. You can hire a taxi or a bus from here.

ROAD - There is only one direct HRTC AC bus from ISBT Delhi to Narkanda, which leaves around 7.30 in the evening and reached Narkanda by 6.30 the next morning. However, there are regular buses from Delhi to Shimla and Shimla to Narkanda. So if you have no issues with breaking the journey, you may take this route.

So these are the ways to reach Narkanda from Delhi.

So I bid adieu to Narkanda and headed towards Shimla to catch my bus back to Delhi. I would have loved to extend my stay but had some other commitments back home. But it was a truly memorable, adventurous and heartwarming experience.

Also, read My Dalhousie Story

As you may have noticed, Narkanda does not have many places to visit. But it still is a very beautiful summer destination in India. The sheer beauty of the place, the breathtaking locales, picturesque surroundings, the pollution-free fresh air, and a calm and serene atmosphere are enough to hold you. Whether you are looking for a peaceful stint in the lap of nature or itching for some adventure or if you want to rejuvenate your mind and soul, Narkanda in Shimla district in Himachal Pradesh is the ideal place. I will surely recommend it to everyone to go at least once.



Hi Guys! Have you ever thought about how travel affects us mentally or emotionally? I am not talking of a vacation here or there but traveling to explore and learn. Apart from being fun, it may be quite stressful at times. So let's find out how and why travel effects us mentally and emotionally.
Travel is not about only moving from one place to another. It is not only a physical movement but also a mental and emotional shift. You must switch off your mind from the place you are coming from and tune in to the place you are visiting if you have to enjoy your trip. And it’s quite obvious that your emotional state would be entirely different when you are traveling, to the one when you are in your comfort zone.

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This is particularly true of backpackers, who, although not in their comfort zones, have to continually shift their focus from one place to another. Even before their previous visit sinks in completely, they find themselves in an altogether different territory with a new culture and people. They have to quickly overcome the hangover of their previous visit and get into the ‘here and now’ of the new place.
Even for people like me, who are not backpackers but frequent travelers, moving into the unknown is both fearsome as well as thrilling. Whenever I travel, I find myself both excited as well as a little anxious, not knowing what to expect in my journey. But then again, I love to enjoy the journey rather than worrying about the destination.
I have had experience of backpacking also when once I was thrown into a situation, where I had to unexpectedly travel to different cities at very short notice. That was my first experience at backpacking. And trust me, I was so tensed up not knowing what and how I would cope up with such swift movement, which I had never done before. But at the end of the experience, I came out stronger, confident, smarter and wiser. I learned that you must go through difficulties in order to make your life better.

Traveling rejuvenates us

And traveling is one thing that makes you strong enough to face any difficulty in life. It is something, which makes you go through all the emotions like excitement, fear, curiosity, anger, helplessness, happiness and most importantly, sense of achievement.
Traveling has made me ready to face uncertainties of the future as I am always willing and prepared to move out of my comfort zone. And as they say ‘Life begins outside your comfort zone’.
So folks, get ready and get out of your comfort zones and travel and face the uncertainties confidently.