Point System

Any traveler can share his/her trip with us and we do not judge the quality of your writing. However; we try to edit it to make it more readable for publishing purposes.
Sr. no Category Point
1       Photologues 50
2       Travelogues 50
3       Specials 50
5       Trail 50
6       Video 25

Catalogues

Any traveler can share his/her trip with us and we do not judge the quality of your writing. However; we try to edit it to make it more readable for publishing purposes.
Item Item Discription Item points Quantity Total Points
Wildcraft Scoot LD Yellow Backpack
Double Compartment Backpack with a side mesh pocket, Padded Back & Static Shoulder straps.
700
Wildcraft Pac N Go Daypack Blue/Grey
Need to carry extra added luggage or simply need a pack to take for a sudden outing with friends – the Pac N Go Daypack is the answer! A pack that can be folded into its pocket, the Daypack is convenient, easy to carry & completely functional made of all the urban outdoor hauls.
900
QUECHUA ARPENAZ 2 GREEN TENT
Arpenaz 2 is a wonderful tent suitable for 2 people CAMPING. This is a high quality tent and offers tremedous resistance and waterproofing. It features flysheet to protect you from condensation. It has a free-standing dome structure making it very simple to construct and pitch.
3500
QUECHUA T3 PLUS TENT
3 people looking for a BIVVY or OCCASIONAL HIKING tent. Compact and low price tent for 3.
3750
QUECHUA FORCLAZ 50 LADY
The Quechua Forclaz 50 is suitable for those hikers looking for an economical pair of ankle length hiking shoes. The perfect footwear for adventure enthusiasts looking to trek in dry conditions.
1450
QUECHUA ARPENAZ 50 LADY SHOES
Occasional LOWLAND HIKES for several hours on easy trails with little gradient and in dry weather. Cushioning and grip.
1225
QUECHUA ARP 100 HIKING SOCKS
Protecting your feet when RAMBLING. Comfortable, reduces odours. Sold in sets of two pairs of the same colour.
200
QUECHUA ARPENAZ 100 NOVADRY
Waterproof and grippy.
2700
QUECHUA FORCLAZ 100 NOVADRY MAN
HIKING on plains and trails with shallow gradients in rainy weather. For occasional use. Rubber sole for an increased lifespan and better grip. With its mid upper, you will enjoy mountain hiking in complete confidence, even in rainy weather.
3375
Quechua S20-ZIP-SLEEPING-BAG
Designed for campers under 1.85m in height sleeping in warm conditions. Brand - Quechua. Sports - Hiking SLEEPING BAGS.
800
Quechua S10 LIGHT LEFT ZIP
Sleeping in temperatures close to 10 C. while HIKING and CAMPING. 10 C. 1 kg in size L. The warm. light. ultra-compact sleeping bag. Brand - Quechua. Sports - Hiking SLEEPING BAGS.
4000
Quechua S10 BLUE
eep comfortably in a quilted bag that fits snug and remains warm! sleeping in low temperatures. Brand - Quechua. Sports - Hiking SLEEPING BAGS.
1400
QUECHUA SG 800 1013 P
Skiers, snowboarding and sledging from 10 to 13 years.
1100
Rs. 200
Reimburse your points with Cash transfer to your account.
200
Rs. 500
Reimburse your credit points for cash transfer to your account.
400
QUECHUA PLASTIC KNIFE
Meals for HIKERS. Plastic knife
200
QUECHUA GANT FORCLAZ 20
warmth during all your HIKES with a spare pair of ultra-light gloves that are easily stored in a pack
200
QUECHUA RNS 400 NECK
skiers and snowboarders.
200
QUECHUA ARPENAZ 100 SOCK BLACK
Protecting your feet while HIKING in the LOWLANDS. For occasional use. This discreet sock, with a comfortable loop pile sole, provides a great deal of comfort on summer walks. Sold in packs of two pairs of the same colour.
200
Quechua Hiking Bottle and Cutlery
Waterproof and Easy to transport. Good quality, sturdy and food grade plastic. 100 percent BPA, 100 percent phthalate free.
200
Quechua Mug Pp (Blue) Adult Bottle and Cutlery
Easy to use mug with handle Lightweight Rigidity Hard-wearing polypropylene Thermal insulation
200
Ultralight 15 Litres Beige Bag
PRODUCT BENEFITS CAPACITY Volume: 16 litres. Weight: 110 g. EASY STORAGE 1 outside pocket. Folds up into a compact ball. EASE OF USE 16 litre capacity, quickly at hand. EFFICIENCY Ultra lightweight bag (110g). Guarantee : 5 Years
300
QUECHUA Arpenaz 15 ULTRALIGHT BAGS
PRODUCT BENEFITS CAPACITY 16 litres / 160 g / dimensions when full (cm): H 40 x W 30 x D 20. EASY STORAGE 1 outside pocket. Folds up into a compact ball. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT A rating - CO2: 0.7 kg; resource depletion: 5.4 g Sb - Details: oxylane.com. Guarantee : 2 Years
300

Terms & Conditions

Any traveler can share his/her trip with us and we do not judge the quality of your writing. However; we try to edit it to make it more readable for publishing purposes.
  1. Send us your real personal story and insights which makes it interesting for the traveler to connect with your experience.
  2. Post original content that belongs to you: Do not copy/paste which is illegal in nature.
  3. It goes without saying that good photographs always help inspire others.
  4. Your posts will be published once you send us the link. Your contributions will be published under your profile all the time. Unless you have registered, it will be published under admin profile.
  5. Complete your personal profile so people get a better idea of who you are.
  6. The final decision on publishing of any content is taken by our team.
  7. For any contributions submitted by you, in case of selection of more than one activity type, one with the highest credit points assigned will be given to that trip for the sole purpose of calculating the credit points. However; in few cases we may decide to assign more credit points, the decision of which solely lies with us.
  8. You can share your published contributions via various social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr etc.
  9. We are free to share your published contributions via various social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr etc.
  10. Total Trip Expenditure: Help travelers plan their budgets by specifying how much you spent on your trip and on what activities (Transport, Food, Tours, Stay, Events).
  11. Give a good, vivid and descriptive summary of your trip here. This is no word limit to the stories you submit. You are free to write as much or as little as you want but either way it should draw in the attention of others reading your trip, as though you were reading and planning n story for yourself.
  12. Feel free to add Hashtags that make your trip searchable within the site and also improve the search ability in Google by adding the right hashtags.
  13. Photography: A picture is worth a thousand words. A good picture is worth even more. But we always look for photography that is dramatic, jaw-dropping, awe-inspiring, thoughtful, newsworthy, or all of the aforementioned. We want action images from the outdoors that has never been seen before in the media, images that freeze readers in wonder and ensure they'll keep coming back for more. Also make sure they are original and belong to you.
  14. We publish stories on adventure travel only. A trip or a story submitted by you may not be published if its does not fall under these categories. The final decision on publishing a contribution solely lies with our editorial team.
  15. We may change the credit point system time to time and the credit points will be calculated at the prevalent system time of publishing the trip.
  16. Suggestion from our side: We like the blogs to be quick, interesting and meant to keep our readers engaged all the time. As a blogger, you have the responsibility to corral new readers to our website and have the old ones coming back regularly. Our readers appreciate honest information and good judgments.
  17. We expect our blogger-columnists have a sense of humour and the ability to laugh at themselves. Our regular blogs, like columns, reveal character and finesse. They have drama and contain a frisson of expectation, like Hitchcock's thrillers. They should leave you wanting for more.
  18. All our stories will be online, on iPad and smartphone. Therefore all story should follow current SEO guidelines to the best extent possible. Please refer to our SEO manual for more details.

Definitions

  • What’s a Trail: It’s the basic information about a trip with as much details as possible. It should ideally be written as a third party account. It may be a combination of text. Photos, videos and flash.
  • What’s a Travelogue: It’s a personal account of a traveler in the form of a story. It should ideally be written as a first party account. It may be a combination of text. Photos, videos and flash.
  • What’s a Photologue: It’s a personal account of a traveler in the form of a story told through photographs. It should ideally be written as a first party account. It may be a combination of text. Photos, videos and flash.
  • What’s a Photo: It’s a photograph clicked by the traveler.
  • What’s a Video: It’s a video shot by the traveler.
  • What’s a Special: It’s an article on adventure not related to a specific trip but in general helpful in nature. It should ideally be written as a third party account. It may be a combination of text. Photos, videos and flash.
  • The final decision on classification of any submission will lie with our team. The decisions of the team would be final in nature.