5 Instagrammers Who Inspire Me

  Today, people comment on my post saying I inspire them. It feels good, but I can’t take all the credit for what I have become. From time to time life brought me close to people who are perfect in their own ways. They inspire me to be a better version of myself every day!…

5 Ways to Stay Fit While You Travel #FitTripping

Famous American Entrepreneur, Jim Rohn once said, “If you really want to do something, you’ll find a way. If you don’t, you’ll find an excuse.” The brutal honesty in these words can’t be denied and I say this very firmly because I have seen myself giving an excuse for one thing but when I really wanted it,…

5 Books That Inspire Me To Travel

‘A book lets you travel around the world without moving an inch’ I completely second this statement but I have rarely come across people reading books that will make them get out of their comfort zone, the realms of their imagination and experience their life on the road. If you have gone through my website,…

My Homely Stay in Guwahati : Aditya’s Bed & Breakfast

I called upon the mobile number given on Aditya’s Bed & Breakfast Instagram profile late evening to try my luck last time for Dzukuo Valley trek (Referred by NorthEast Explorers). I already tried to plan this trek with a bunch of people in the last 4 days and this was probably the last person I…

My Relaxing Trip to Shimla with Treebo Hotels

If you follow me on Instagram @itisinthename, you must already know that I was traveling Solo in North East India for a month. And my body really wanted a relaxing escape before I head to Leh-Ladakh for this winters. I chose to go to Shimla as it is the closest to the Capital. Though I…

Kanamo Peak (at 19565 ft) in 10 hours and everything you need to know!

Back in 2016, I heard about Kanamo Peak when I first visited Spiti Valley. This mountain grabbed all my attention since then. Only because of two reasons; firstly its height, a tall, gigantic top at 19,565 ft offering a spellbinding view of the entire Kinnaur and Lahaul-Spiti, and secondly because it has been underrated and shammed against other Himalayan Peaks for not being difficult enough for its height. And the latter reason pushed me, even more, to have the first-hand experience of why they do that time and again!

Solo Backpacking Trip for 60 Days in Spiti Valley

Hey Guys! The most requested video on my Instagram is hereee!!!! I recently made a solo backpacking trip of 60 days to Spiti Valley, which has been incredibly beautiful and here is my first video from the series of my crazy time there! I hope you will like it. PS : I have been to…

How travel killed my Fashion Passion?

Since last year I’ve been travelling to untouched places and trekking across the Himalayas. Upon starting this year, I decided to quit my job to travel, starting from Spiti Valley for a month in Jan’17 followed by a couple of treks. To tell you, it wasn’t easy to actually take that decision. I was excited…

Good Hotel/Homestay options in Spiti Valley and Kinnaur Valley

Recently, I have been receiving a lot of queries about ‘good homestay options in Spiti Valley‘. To make it easier for everyone who is planning to visit Spiti, I thought of writing down all the good stay option across Spiti Valley and Kinnaur Valley. I know accommodations are an integral part when you plan for…

Most Common Itineraries for Spiti Valley

Spiti Valley is emerging as a popular destination amongst young generation and avid travelers. On request of some enthusiasts and travelers seeking guidance for their trip to Spiti Valley, I am writing down the most common Itineraries followed by all the middle land lovers including me. This post will include two itineraries; Shimla to Manali…