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National Award for ?Best Domestic Tour Organizer 2016-2017?!

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It was a proud moment for the entire team of Infinite Journeys and Foliage Outdoors at the National Tourism Awards last week when we received the?National Award for ?Best Domestic Tour Organizer 2016-2017?. The ceremony organized by the Ministry of Tourism, India, at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi, saw various individuals, organizations, tourism companies, and state governments being felicitated for their outstanding work in the industry. A Brief Overview of the Ceremony Organized on the occasion of World Tourism Day, the…

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Backpacking in India – The Foliage Way

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Over the past decade or so, there has been a steep rise in the number of people taking up?backpacking as a way of going about their travel goals. The element of risk, freedom and a relentless craving of winning over raw-dressed adventure stakes inherently associated with it, has catered to this rise. The very idea of packing your backpack with basic essentials and hitting out on untouched pathways is in itself, a thrilling journey. The budget friendliness of this type…

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Land of Roar, Trumpet & Song – A Travelogue

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(Blog-post compiled by Shruti Mirasdar) ?Squeak, squeak, squeak?..trudged our gypsy, deep into the heart of the forest, in the wild. It was a chilly afternoon; although the sun was up, there was no warmth in the dry, arid air. This was the most anticipated part of our tour and I was literally on the edge of my seat. The gypsy back seat. 40 National parks, 23 years on this earth and this is the first time I am going on…

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Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve ? A Travelogue

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(Blog-post compiled by Shruti Mirasdar) I had the privilege of spending a good amount of time in Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve. It is located in Maharashtra, roughly 3 and half hours comfortable travel from Nagpur. The best part was I got an opportunity to visit this wildlife destination due to Foliage Outdoors, my old company where I used to work as a travel counselor. With a few camps under my belt, I was considered to be a part of foliage…

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Ranthambore National Park – A Travelogue

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(Blog-post compiled by Shruti Mirasdar) It is 4.00 pm on the afternoon of 23rd May. I am in the sitting area with two of my colleagues and a bunch of kids, waiting restlessly. They are fidgeting and excited, anticipation is high in the air. As we stroll through the room, checking up on each of them, distributing the food packages, I am trying to keep a calm face and go on about the duties allocated, but really I am freaking…

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Trailing Along the Wild with Foliage

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(Blog-post compiled by Shruti Mirasdar) I literally cannot contain my excitement! Going back to nature is a feeling unrivalled, and amidst all the concrete that fills up your daily life, a few days spent in nature is always welcome. Even if it means work, especially if it means work. 2015 ? Ranthambhore I?ve seldom had a vacation or a trip where I went somewhere and I wasn?t working. Its not like I don?t crave a vacation, but doing work means…

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What Makes Our Treks and Camps stand apart?And Expensive?

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Our Camp charges aren?t expensive!!! They just ?look? expensive. Do read-on to know more. (Here?s a run through of our Valley of Flowers Trek, which is taken up as a case study, to answer the question, this blog post?intends to answer) DURATION The best time to see the Valley in its full bloom are the monsoon months of July and August. These monsoon months are synonymous with increased instances of landslides?which means that the tour schedule can go for a…

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