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Hi! I'm Raaj and I started Lifecycletravel.com as a blog to write my travel stories, itineraries, list things to do, travel tips and also suggest where to stay and eat based on my own experiences. Over a period of time, I realized that I liked to visit offbeat locations, lazing around, spend time with locals and enjoy adventure experiences. When I am traveling, having conversations with the locals and savouring the local cuisine are my favourite experiences. I have tried to travel solo. But I prefer to travel with friends, family and strangers as well. I believe traveling is much more than just seeing the places of interest - that travel and the things you learn from it can really change your life. Traveling helped me rediscover many hidden aspects to myself. From an introvert, traveling has made me a forced extrovert. Thanks to travel, I have become a positive and happy person. This blog is just a small attempt to share my travel experiences with the world.

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Bahu, Himachal Pradesh

Bahu – An unexplored destination in Himachal Pradesh

Bahu is a great destination to come and settle for a few days/weeks, go hiking, but there are no trendy activities that attract the crowd like in Shimla or Manali. The lack of commercialization makes this place a beautiful retreat from the life of the big city in a natural environment with scenic views.

Munsiyari Travel Guide – How to Plan your Trip and Explore

Munsiyari Travel Guide – A Complete Travel Itinerary

Munsiyari located in the Great Himalayan range in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. Located about 100 kilometers from the India Nepal strip, Munsiyari is one of those places that will surely leave you enchanted. It is considered as the entryway to the Johar valley of inner Himalayas and sits at an ancient alternate route between India and Tibet.

Tirthan Valley Raju Bharti

Tirthan Valley Tour– A Detailed Travel Guide & Itinerary

Tirthan Valley is situated close to the Tirthan river in Himachal Pradesh at a height of 1600 meter, Tirthan Valley is a gate to the Great Himalayan National Park. A spot where you can simply overlook the world to relax, rejuvenate and have loads of nature walks along one path another, into the forested areas or close to the stream.

on the way to Deoria taal

Deoria Tal – A Detailed Travel Guide

Deoriya Tal, is one of the most preferred trekking destinations in Uttarakhand. Deoria Tal lake is 2,438 meters(8000 ft) above sea level in the Rudraprayag district. This beautiful lake offers a splendid panorama of the majestic peaks of Chaukhamba, Neelkantha, Bandarpunch, Kedar and the Kalanag peaks.