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7 Things to do Before Mama Gets you Married!

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Everyone's life undergoes change. Different responsibilities and expectations pile up on us. We have less and less time, to live, to explore, to do what we want. So make the most of the time before your clock turns 30, you dont want to be left wishing you did something when you had the time and energy! 

7 Things to do Before Mama Gets you Married!:

  1. Ocean Palms Goa, Calangute (Goa)
  2. The Grand Dragon, Ladakh (Leh) (Jammu & Kashmir)
  3. The Elgin Mount Pandim, Pelling (Sikkim)
  4. Tigers Heaven Resort, Tadoba (Maharashtra)
  5. Shenbaga Hotel & Convention Centre, Pondicherry
  6. Sri Rathna Guest House, Kollur (Karnataka)
  7. The Windflower Resorts & Spa, Coorg (Karnataka)

1. Parasailing in Goa!

Parasailing in Goa!source: planetrovers.com

Goa is a place everyone regardless of age or gender loves and will keep returning to year after year. Let loose on its beaches and go parasailing - something, which you will hesitate to do when you have responsibilities and people depending on you. 

HolidayIQ scout Sharon says, "The water sport of Calangute beach is cool. We all had tried PARASAILING & it was just an amazing experience. Especially when they put you inside the water, will go back again to Goa and definitely would try it once again."

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2. Take the road trip from Manali to Leh!

Take the road trip from Manali to Leh!source: suitcaseofstories.in

Riding 18,000 feet above sea level, this 480-km stretch is undoubtedly the most spectacular route. Pass through scenic valleys, rugged mountainous terrain and meet people from a culture that is unique and spectacular. An excellent road trip for the carefree you! 

HolidayIQ traveller Nitinkumar says, "Leh Ladakh Road Trip is the best way to see the beauty of this barren high altitude desert in one of the most remote regions of India. The beauty of barren and rugged landscape, unique flora and fauna and culture have much more to offer than just a good holiday. Our Leh Ladakh Road Trip takes you from Manali to Leh Ladakh through some of the highest motorable roads in the world as we visit breathtakingly beautiful places like Leh, Jispa, Sarchu, Pangong Lake, Nubra Valley etc."

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3. Trek in the Kanchenjunga National Park!

Trek in the Kanchenjunga National Park!source: exintimesnews.blogspot.com

Sitting on the Sikkim-Nepal border, the Khangchedzonga National Park stretches into western Sikkim. Venture into this wilderness with a Sherpa guide, people who breathe these mountains. At the base of the revered Kanchenjunga mountain, the park is home to the Himalayan Black Bear and the mysterious snow leopard.

The locals, however,  speak of a long-haired, cone-headed, putrid smelling creature whose howls are said to be heard through the pristine valleys. This is the Yeti, known locally as the Nee-Gued. A mysterious creature, a strong part of local folklore and legend. Bring your precious here and watch them react to every screech, howl and crushing leaves. You never know, you might run into the Yeti yourself. 

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4. Nagpur to Tadoba, in search of the tiger

Nagpur to Tadoba, in search of the tigersource: HolidayIQ

Tadoba is a land full of ancient cultural heritage. The Gonds tribe has lived on this land for generations. Tadoba is very close to Chandarpur about 160 km from Nagpur. Take a road trip to this land of the tribal god 'Taru'. Take a safari into the tiger reserve, experience the atmosphere vibrate with anxiety and anticipation when you spot a tiger in Tadoba. It's a beautiful forest protected to house the king. The monsoons reignite life in the forest's veins. This trip will remain etched in your life's canvas forever! 

HolidayIQ scout Purander says, "Tadoba forest reserve is located in Chandrapur dist of Maharashtra. Currently only 20% of the forest area is open for public and hence the chances of sighting Tigers, Bisons, Wild Boars, etc and a host of birds is very good. We, a group of ten members had biked for 6 safaris and had the satisfaction of sighting Tigers, Sloth Bears, Wild Dogs, Wild Boars and many species of Birds and Deer. Overall a very thrilling and an exciting holiday. " 

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5. Culture and cheap booze in Pondicherry!

Culture and cheap booze in Pondicherry!source: en.wikipedia.org

Every group of friends has done this trip at least once. Visit Pondicherry for the unique French cultural heritage, awesome food and the cheap booze! Do this with your closest friends before everyone embarks on their path decided by destiny. 

HolidayIQ tourist B Raja says, ?"Pondicherry is a truly cosmopolitan town having a great heritage. A city still having its colonial connections is studded with lots of educational institutions apart from lots of bars. (Liquor is cheap- Pondicherry is notoriously popular for booze). So many hotels to choose."

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6. Kodachadri trek

Kodachadri treksource: in.explara.com

Trekking builds bonds between friends like few other things. A Kodachadri trekking holiday is one such an experience. The forest, the challenge of a mighty peak, the bonfire and its associated stories, memories are built like this! 

HolidayIQ scout Harish Kundra from Bangalore shares, “This is one of the best trekking spots in Karnataka. The best time is to visit in the evening to see the sunset. You will see nature and its best during the trekking. I had my lifetime experience trekking here. Jeep rides are available to go to the top of the hill. But still some walking needs to be done. I walked for around 10 kilometres to see nature and its best. I had an awesome experience.”

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7. Coffee estates and rafting in Coorg!

Coffee estates and rafting in Coorg!source: tuskerwoods.weebly.com

HolidayIQ connoisseur Pratik says, "This is the land of coffee, a superb hill station and has a few historic temples, scenic waterfalls, a thriving monastery and adventure activities in Cauvery river so there's something for everyone. There is lush greenery all around. See the Abbey Falls, Iruppu Falls, Cauvery River, play with the elephants, visit the Namedropping Monastery, Raja's Seat, Raja's Tomb, Omkareshwar Temple, Talakaveri temple and go to a coffee plantation for a new experience."

HolidayIQ scout Soumya says, "This place had a beautiful river and we had to take a raft to go to the other end to view the elephant camp. Take your camera along because you would not want to miss the clicks. The place is really scenic and a real beauty! Loved the raft ride." 

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