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Travel Blogs

There are several sites that have place along lists of the highest travel blogs.
But simply because someone has high numbers, a high Alexa ranking, or the other metric, doesn’t suggest they’re the simplest at giving travel recommendation and inspiration. So here are the most genuine and researched blogs from High on travelling

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“STOP WORRYING ABOUT THE POTHOLES IN THE ROAD AND ENJOY THE JOURNEY”

Hidden Cities Of The World

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Calakmul

Possibly the largest city during Maya times, Calakmul was ‘discovered’ in 1931 by American botanist Cyrus Lundell. The site bears comparison in size and historical significance to Tikal in Guatemala, its chief rival for hegemony over the southern lowlands during the Classic Maya era. It boasts the largest and tallest known pyramid in Mexico’s Yucatán, and was once home to over 50,000 people.

Dwarka

As the legend goes, Krishna, the most powerful personality in Mahabharat, is said to have founded the city, in a place with the same name at the Devbhoomi Dwarka district in Gujarat’s west coast. Dwarka is one of the best-studied underwater sites in India.

As the story goes, Lord Krishna had a beautiful and prosperous city built, with 70,000 palaces made of gold, silver and other precious metals. It was his death that supposedly sent Dwarka sinking into the sea.

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TRAVEL ACCESSORIES

High on travelling believes that a trip is not a successful one without the right gears and travel accessories in your hand. so we have picked the top-quality travel accessories for you, which you can take away with you on your next trip

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people talk

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Thanks for the information! Your blog made my trip discoverable. They have highlighted, some of the awesome spots.
melisa pamuk
We all can not thank you enough for excellent information provide on Andaman & Nicobar Islands.
marina dalmas
We would like to thank you for the wonderful blog on Delhi, Agra and Rajasthan. We loved the place 🙂

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