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Best Trekking Places in India

Hiking in India is a world only with the role of the main protagonist of the Himalayas. Over the years, the Himalayan region has attracted many travellers from around the world where they embark on a journey of self-discovery along with nurturing the downtime derived from their busy schedules. Trekking is also a great way to bond with new people and get to know old colleagues better. In this article we are going to list the best trekking places in India. Goecha La If you are going to come face-to-face with all the big Himalayan peaks, but are not quite ready to go to Nepal for a complete settlement of Everest, Goecha La in the north-eastern state of Sikkim. It is the highest mountain pass in the state, and if you have 10 to 11 days to travel which needs to be done with a guide, you wil

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Travel Tips

Travel Tips Packing

Preparing your under-seat suitcase or carry-on backpack for your next trip can sometimes be a struggle. Lots of space to pick up. And let's not talk about weight. You have to put that thing around the airport, or in between places. Lucky for us, many travellers who come before us have brought some great travel packing hacks, tips and tricks which we can use to make our life easier. So, in this article we are going to cover the best travel tips packing. Know your luggage restrictions Sounds simple, in theory, but these days, it looks like every single airline, train company, bus company and ferry have a different set of baggage restrictions, and they are not always easy to work out (especially on budget airlines when you are traveling, or if you are traveling with big luggage like skis

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Tourisms

Role of Tourism Sector in Climate Change – A Perspective

Undeniable evidences throughout the globe indicate that global climate has changed compared to the pre-industrial era and is expected to continue the trend through 21st century and beyond. The Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)1 documented that global mean temperature has increased approximately 0.76°C between 1850-1899 and 2001-2005 and it has concluded that most of the observed changes in global average temperatures since the mid-20th century is 'very likely' the result of human activities that are increasing greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere. As a consequence, we observe various manifestations of climate change including ocean warming, continental-average temperatures, temperature extremes and wind patterns. Widespread decreases in glaciers and ice caps and

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