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Anu & Amar

We travel in our own way searching for untouched and less explored offbeat places. From our regular work schedule, we just need few days off as a pretext to go out exploring. We love travelling together in public transport, exploring local flavors and delicacies, chit chat with locals and smell the authenticity of the places by being a part of them.

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Loved our hike to Tiger’s Nest Monastery. Missing Bhutan.

 

Anu & Amar: Offbeat Explorers
Kashmir’s unspoiled beauty and first snowfall of the season: double delight

We believe in leaving the places in their pristine untouched state and follow few basic rules:

  • No Plastic usage: We carry our own water bottle and insist on refilling it every time we  leave our hotel, hostel or home stay. We neither buy water bottles nor any plastic packaging materials etc. We take care to collect all our garbage and dispose it off at right places.
  • Public Transport: We love public transport and have ample reasons for our love – Fun of Travelling in Public Transport, as a Tourist

So, Happy exploring. Do write us in case you require any assistance.

2 thoughts to “Anu & Amar”

  1. Hi Anu & Amar, Have read your blog on thailand. We are visiting thailand in March 2018. I would like to get some tips from you if you can help.
    1. We are group of 5 male adults, should we book package deal from online website like mmt, yatra etc. or can we book on our own and plan ?
    2. If you can suggest city to visit in thailand ? We are planning for 3 night pattya & 1 night bangok

    Thanks in advance.

    Regards,
    Jay Harkhani

    1. Hi Jay – Thanks for writing. Our suggestion is that
      1. Avoid booking any package deal. Rather explore it on your own. Thailand is very tourist friendly, safe and its easy to navigate around. You will spend less and also have flexibility to change your plans on the go.
      2. Bangkok – 1 night is fine. Pattaya – 3 nights may be too much. 1 or 2 nights in Pattaya should be enough. You can use a spare day to visit some other beach city in the south or Erawan National Park (Kanchanaburi) for a quick hike.

Happy to hear from you