Gulshan Bafna is the visionary COO of Vinayak Group. In a parallel life, where he is away from the negotiating table, he is a pure traveller seeking unseen and unknown experiences, a true lover of world cultures, languages, souls, food, oceans, with interest in the wild and urban alike.
Romantic Honeymoon with Doubtful Sound Cruise
Wedding planning requires a lot of careful yet stressful decisions, which is why most couples desire their honeymoon trip to be hassle-free and most importantly filled with a splash of romance. The honeymoon is not only a dream trip but is also an opportunity to make memories and reminisce about the wedding moments. Luckily, I and my better half both love the ocean.Brought up in Chennai, I find oceans are refreshing, beautiful and humbling. While my love is an ocean-going enthusiast who constantly awes its power and beauty. So, without much discussion, we settled on taking a cruise to make our honeymoon as breezily as possible.
When we signed up for the Black Water Rafting Waitomo experience, on our honeymoon, my wife and I had done enough research on it. But, to be fair, it was nothing like the actual experience. The words in different websites do not do justice for the actual adventure that this entails. For that matter, even this may not, because it is something you have to experience firsthand to know how life-changing it is.
When I first heard about Malaysia in my much younger age, I knew was as a place that is equipped with spectacular Islands, beaches, some awesome dive sports, delicious food, irresistible shopping malls, decent culture, harmonious people and basically a land of variety and diversity. That’s when I added this heavenly destination to my To-Visit places in the world.Last year on my trip to South East Asia I decided to save two days for this fascinating country and to experience the fusion of what I have heard earlier. Although Penang supposes to be the best destination in Malaysia, I wanted some peaceful yet adventurous experience during the stay, so Langkawi was all I required to explore. I took a flight from Mumbai to Penang and then a ferry from Penang which landed me on Langkawi in less than 3 hours. I remember being pleasantly surprised upon reaching Langkawi that left me speechless and mesmerized.