Monday, 7 September 2015

Save to Travel

The key to any trip is being smart with your money – and that starts even before you hit the road. It’s important to know how to save and plan for your trip so you don’t find yourself running out of money on the road. (There are even ways earn free airfare and accommodation.) Here are proven ways to save and be smart with your money so you can have a travel fund,travel as often as you want, and do all the things you’ve dreamed about doing.
Keep piggy bank:
It might sound childish , but the urge to save more become more intense when you see your money growing or adding up. The closer you are to your goal, more pains you take to complete it sooner

Kill the cable TV :
You’ll be surprised on how fast your savings add up without cable TV. Plus, there are plenty of free and cheap ways to get your entertainment. Netflix is cheaper than cable. Books are cheaper than movies.

Plan your trip in advance:
Planning in advance can cut a major part of your cost by availing low fares on flight and great deals on hotels. 

Take public transport: 
Comfort is good. But when you take that extra step to save the hard earned money for your vacation, it even adds a inner joy to your vacation. Rather that opting for a cab everyday, take public transport. For  the walkable distance, take the healthy way. 

Dont overdo shopping:
 We always have enough for our self. Control your urge to shop frequently for unwanted stuff. 

Eat out less: 
A traveler is a great planner. Make sure you do every bit to earn your holiday. Give yourself a break from the outside food. Rather switch to homemade healthy food. Anyways your travel will make up for it.

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

New to Nainital

Set amidst the scenic Kumaon region of Uttarakhand, Nainital city is surrounded by seven mountains. Its natural beauty and scented candles attract many a tourist from far and wide. Travel to Nainital and treat your senses with views of majestic Himalayas, the tree carpeted hills and mesmerizing lakes. There are several amazing spots in Nainital which offer breathtaking views of the beautiful surroundings.

Major attractions in Nainital

Naini Lake
It is the foremost attraction of the city. Hemmed in by hills, the lake is in a pear shape. This picturesque lakeoffers beautiful views of sunset and sunrise. It is also one of the 64 Shakti Peeths held in high respect by the Hindus. Boating in this lake is a pleasurable experience. The famous Naina Devi Temple is located on the bank of this lake where Goddess Shakti is worshiped.

Naini Peak
If you wish to enjoy the breathtaking natural beauty, then visit the Naini Peak which is the highest peak of Nainital. With an altitude of 2611 m, it offers enchanting views of the blissful surroundings. You can reach this peak on pony, horse or car.

Bhim Tal
Located at a height of 1,379 m, this is a wonderful lake with an island. It was named after the second Pandava brother Bhima in the great Hindu epic Mahabharata.

Hanuman Garhi
This religious place with a beautiful Hanuman mandir(temple) is located at an altitude of 1951 m. This site is also famous for breathtaking sunset views.

Snow View Point
Located at an altitude of 2270 m above sea level, this point is accessible by ropeway or pony. Here you can treat your eyes with overwhelming views.

Shopping in Nainital
Nainital is a shopper's paradise where you can buy a variety of wonderful handicrafts such as candles, junk jewelery, bags, scarves, woolen socks, shawls, shoes and watches.

There are a variety of hotels falling into different categories available in Nainital. From budget to Luxurious hotels, all are available.

How to reach Nainital
By Air: The nearest airport is at Pantnagar, which is 71 kms away. A coach takes tourists to Nainital. Taxis and buses are also available.
By Rail: The nearest railhead is at Kathgodam, which is 35 kms away.

By Road: The city is well connected by a road network.