Anybody who has travelled outside his or her comfort zone can attest to the excitement that comes from being in a new environment. As research has shown, travel is not only exciting; it also offers the following five health benefits.
Indians are widely opting to travel to unexplored destinations and have been quite experimental with their travelling choices, according to experts.
1. SOMEWHERE THAT REQUIRES A LONG FLIGHT
Let’s be honest: Long flights have been keeping you from travelling to some of the top destinations on your bucket list. You’ve watched your favourite influencers head to places like Bali and Thailand, and dreamed about making the trip yourself. But, you have to be on a plane for how long? Ugh!
This place doesn’t need an introduction or description. The place can be described as a place of high hills and incandescent beauty. The mountain tracts are unique and spectacular. The mountains are topped with snow as well as a touch of little greenery is also present which makes it even more magnificent. It is an ideal location for some good exercise or even just for a simple break. The place is one of the ideal tourist places in India for winters.
It may take a few tries before you totally nail it. But with these tips, you’ll be so relieved once you finally squeeze everything into your suitcase. Before you know it, you’ll be boarding a flight to your dream destination.
1. Chadar- frozen river trek
It is a dreamlike destination. Walking on a frozen river can be an amazing experience. It is said to Ladakh’s most thrilling places to have an experience full of adventure. The route of Chadar connects various villages of the Zanskar valley which lies deep in the chilling mountains. This once in a lifetime experience is a must to have in which people can come across breathtaking sites.
Founded in 1577 by the fourth Sikh guru, Guru Ram Das, Amritsar is home to the spectacular Golden Temple, Sikhism’s holiest shrine and one of India’s most serene and humbling sights. The same cannot be said for the hyperactive streets surrounding the temple, but they’re a delight to walk through for a sensory overload of sights, sounds and smells.
Tuesday! Just kidding. Kind of. For the last few years, a study about air travel trends by Expedia and Airlines Reporting Corporation supported the notion that travelers get better airfare deals on Tuesday afternoons (after the business travel rush died down). But the latest data—analyzing 10 billion (yes, billion) passenger flights from October 2014 and October 2015—shows that weekends are actually an ideal time to get a discount on a flight. “Most analyses show low air ticket prices on weekend days because that’s when many leisure travelers purchase tickets (and leisure tickets are much cheaper than business tickets).” There’s a caveat (isn’t there always?): Airlines change their fares multiple times a day, so it’s best to check often.
To avoid the crowds and inclement weather, October (or November if the temple is still open) is considered to be the best time to go. It’s not as busy as the May to June peak season, and the wet June to September monsoon season is over.
1. Take Your Vacation Days
Sounds easy enough, but studies show that many people have a “˜work martyr complex.’ where by when we take vacation days it shows that we are taking way our badge of honor of being a hard worker.