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Travelxp explores Nagaland this month; Strictly Street, Krazee Foodie return for second seasons

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MUMBAI: Travelxp, the world’s leading travel channel, continues to excite its viewers with its popular show ‘Xplore Nagaland’ and new seasons of ‘Strictly Street’ and ‘Krazee Foodie’ as it continues to bring an experience of new places, diverse cultures and exotic cuisine straight to viewers’ living rooms.

Director - Travelxp, Nisha Chothani said, “I am delighted to announce that this this month with ‘Xplore Nagaland’, we are celebrating different, unusual but locally very popular culinary treats from all over North East India. We are also announcing the second season of our popular ‘Strictly Street’ and ‘Krazee Foodie’ shows, which are a celebration of street food from around the world. True to our traditions and in line with our industry benchmark standards, each of these shows have been shot and broadcast in 4K and HD quality with multicultural hosts, all of which will make for an immersive and engaging experience for viewers.”

Xplore Nagaland:  Presented by celebrity Travelxp anchor Rohan Patoley, known mainly for his work in non-fiction, lifestyle-based series like Strictly Street, Food Highway and Foodicted on Travelxp. This weekly half-hour series will air everyday from 21st May 2018- 27th May 2018.

Tough roads, dangerous hills, gritty conditions and two bikers making their way through Nagaland, it is unexpected and unpredictable. Watch hosts Rohan and Vishal embark on their journey in exploring Nagaland as they engage in bouts of Naga wrestling, survive eating two Naga Raja chillies and much more. They also visit Mokokchung, the land of the Aos, where they explore villages, the 1000-year-old tree and dance to Ao beats. Konyaks were the fiercest Naga warriors known for their head hunting and Rohan and Vishal head to Mon to revisit the past. Do they survive their meeting with the Konyaks? Find out in this episode.

Strictly Street Season 2: Travelxp HD has come out with the second of season of 'Strictly Street - Out at Night' featuring its very own and loved Rohan Patoley, in a funnier and wackier avatar than ever before. The show showcases the best and popular joints to eat out at night in urban India. Feel those late night hunger pangs? Let Rohan point you in the right direction. A variety of food joints from all strata helps one pick the joint that suits their pocket and palate. Not leaving out those inclined for some fun and frolic, the show will also feature certain night joints where one gets to experience the diverse cultural dance forms, the modern youth entertainment like live bands, night melas, and many more exhilarating experiences while enjoying the gastronomical delights on offer.

Krazee Foodie Season 2: This time Krazee Foodie host Prashanth takes you to Kannur, Kerala where he samples traditional delicacy Ada pradhaman and Puttu with Kadala curry. He also visits a hill station called Pala and watches the sun set from an old lighthouse in Kozhikode before heading off to try some Ayakura Biryani followed by the traditional Halwa. Prashanth Neelamegam also visits the Guruvayurappan temple in Guruvayur and Palayur Church in Thrissur in a single episode and also samples some tender coconut Halwa. He also embarks on a journey to Vagamon and tries his hand at fishing before going off on a Jeep safari and then to Alleppey beach in Alappuzha for some coconut soufflé. He then tucks into breakfast at Vellappam followed by fish and prawn curry in Kochi before rounding his trip off with an Elephant safari.

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