These Are Kamiya Jani’s Best Travel Memories Of 2022

by Shreya Rathod
These Are Kamiya Jani’s Best Travel Memories Of 2022

At Curly Tales, we love to travel and try new dishes. Our Editor-in-chief, Kamiya Jani, has a diary full of her travel adventures. Let’s take a stroll through her travel memories of 2022 and live through her experiences. The year 2022 was adventurous, with trips to so many different cities. Here is a compilation of every month’s expedition that we want to share with you.

Travel Memories Of 2022

1. Exploring The Beauty Of Maharashtra

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In the month of January, Kamiya explored cities in Maharashtra. The Maratha heritage of this state is a symbol of pride for the people. From forts to islands, she has seen all. This is her first of all other travel memories.

2. Crossing Border And Stepping Into Kartarpur

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Faith can get you anywhere, even if it is across the Indian border to Pakistan. The month of February was all about Kamiya Jani’s devotional trip to the renowned Gurudwara and a pilgrim site for the Sikh community. She gives you detailed information about what to expect and how to apply for the visa. Watch her embark on this holy journey.

3. Finding Salvation At Kashi Vishwanath in Varanasi

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In the month of March, Kamiya visited the city of Varanasi. She explored the new Kashi Vishwanath Dham and Corridor. Also, she worshipped the River Ganga. The holy city of Varanasi is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas. Further, she explores the food joints there and indulges in a variety of chaat.

4. Worshipping The Oldest Jyotirlinga In Somnath

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The ancient city of Somnath is a Jyotirlinga. It is also home to the oldest temple. However, the temple got destroyed many times, yet it still stands after reconstruction. The unique thing about this place is the uninterrupted view of the sea on one side of the temple, and that’s what April was all about.

5. Andaman And Nicobar Islands Are Gems Of India

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The islands of Andaman and Nicobar have scenic views and give you calm vibes away from city chaos. These islands have many activities for travellers. You don’t need to go to the Maldives cause India has one, and May is the perfect month for this trip.

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6. Feels Closer To God In Kedarnath

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Kedarnath is one of the Char Dham in Uttarakhand. Kamiya Jani travels in a helicopter and gives you a beautiful view of this ancient temple. Travel with her on this holy journey via air. The month of June was ideal weather-wise.

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7. Nothing Like Serene Beaches In Goa

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In July, visit Goa, the smallest state of India. Influenced by the Portuguese culture, this state is all about ancient churches, serene beaches, and delicious Goan food. Goa has a rich history and was one of the last states to join the Republic Of India.

Also Read: I Rediscovered Goa Through A New Set Of Eyes And Believe Me, It’s More Beautiful Than The Usual Touristy Things

8. Jodhpur The Blue City Of India

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The Blue City of Rajasthan is home to the royals of India. Once a prosperous kingdom, Jodhpur takes you on a tour of the history, culture, and traditions that were part of this royalty. Besides, it is known for the delicious Rajasthani thali, and dal bati churma. So, visit Jodhpur, especially in the month of August.

9. Kerala Is God’s Own Country

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Kerala is divine in its own way. The beauty and serenity that it holds will leave you to star stuck. From backwaters to the ancient Dutch colonies, you will get to see so much of this state. Highest in literacy, Kerala is also known for its authentic dishes including puttu, meen curry, and kappa. And what better than the month of September ( during Onam) to explore this?

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10. Bahrain Is A Beautiful Country

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The Kingdom of Bahrain is rich in culture and heritage. It is also home to amazing architecture like the Al Fateh Grand Mosque. And, don’t forget the rich culinary heritage that will expose so many food options for you. Explore this wonderful city in the month of October.

11. Game On In Qatar

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FIFA fans are going wild. Since Qatar was going to host the world cup, all football fans descended there. So, how can we back out? Kamiya Jani decided to go and have her share of this fun madness. In the month of November, she was in the stadium, cheering for her favourite team, Argentina.

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12. Rann Of Kutch Is Truly Serene

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Nothing like a serene desert to end your year on an amazing note. The cold month of December is excellent to explore this beauty that we know as Rann Of Kutch. So, mount a camel and let the desert ship guide you through the landscape of this barren land.

Here are all the memories of this year. With Kamiya Jani’s travel memories, you get to explore the beauty across India and the world. So, on this note, we are ready to welcome the new year with open arms.

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