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Manali is one of the most beautiful hill-stations located in the state of Himachal Pradesh. This resort-town is filled with captivating landscapes to such an extent that it is considered to be an ideal destination for a honeymoon. Being at an average elevation of 2,050 m above the sea level, Manali has its climate range from moderate to cold. Reaching Manali isn’t a tough task at all. The roads leading to Manali are open for the most part of the year. However, the landslides sometimes affect the passage to the Rohtang Pass. Buses come to and leave from Manali all…

The Kashmir Valley is a part of the northern state of Jammu and Kashmir. The scenic beauty of Kashmir is simply unparalleled. After all, there is a reason why people call it the heaven on earth. Kashmir has something or the other in store for all kinds of travel enthusiasts. Adrenaline junkies can indulge in the adventure sports available in the Kashmir Valley whereas peace-lovers can simply enjoy the quaint atmosphere of the valley. Furthermore, the unique cuisine of Kashmir is yet another reason why people from different parts of the globe visit the place year after year. The historical…

Uttarakhand is an Indian state that boasts many visually pleasing landscapes. The Dehradun district of this state is famous for being home to a hill station called Mussoorie. Tourists from different parts of the globe visit Mussoorie in order to experience the serene atmosphere of the place. In fact, a visit to North India warrants a visit to Mussoorie as well. As Mussoorie lies in the foothills of the Garhwal mountain range, tourists can even enjoy looking at snow-clad mountains during their visit to the hill-station in the winter season. The climate here is pleasant for the most part of…

Nainital is a hill-station situated in the state of Uttarakhand. The town features a combination of different ecosystems: a lake, a valley, and a mountainous area. The mango shaped lake situated in Nainital is surrounded by mountains in the north, south, and west directions. This hill station rests at an elevation level of 2,184m above the sea well. Therefore, some breathtaking views can be looked onto from the various mountain tops that lie in the vicinity of Nainital. The climate in Nainital is pleasant all throughout the year. The maximum recorded temperature in Nainital is 7 degree Celsius whereas the…

Udaipur is a city in the state of Rajasthan with a rich historical background. In earlier times, Udaipur used to be the capital of the Mewar Kingdom. The city’s foundation dates back to 1959 and it was initiated by Maharana Udai Singh II. The city is most famous for the royal architecture that runs rampant in the streets. A number of royal residencies are present in Udaipur, and they attract huge crowds of tourists year after year. Udaipur is also known as the “city of lakes” for a very obvious reason. The lake system in Udaipur makes for some of…

The state of Himachal Pradesh is known for housing some of the most beautiful locations in the country. All the 12 districts of the state contain spots that exhibit the epitome of nature’s beauty. The Chamba district is no different. Whenever tourists visit the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh, Dalhousie is most definitely a spot on their itinerary. However, people seem to miss out on the beautiful landscapes abundant in Khajjiar. It is yet another hill station in the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh that is an ideal place to spend a weekend getaway. In fact, a traveler can visit…

Another name used for Ahmedabad is Amdavad. It is the largest city of Gujarat and one of India’s most vibrant cities. It is located on the banks of the Sabarmati River. Ahmedabad is considered as the twin city to Gandhinagar, the present capital of the state. Through the years, Ahmedabad has been transformed into an economic gold mine and an industrial foundation of India. In the year of 2017, the Old Ahmadabad was given the title of India’s first World Heritage City by UNESCO. Besides its diverse culture and its evolving economy, this city is also known for its tourism.…

Konkan is a 720 kilometre long western coastline of India spread across Maharastra, Goa and Karnataka. Beaches of Konkan are sandwiched between Western Ghats and the Arabian Sea because of which the scenic beauty and the landscapes are amazing in this region. Another important feature of Konkan beaches is that most of these beaches are commercially unexplored and hence not very populated. There is also a distinct Konkan culture which along with its amazing food can provides an unforgettable experience for people visiting there for the first time. The top ten Konkan Beaches are as follows: 1. Ganapatipule Beach Ganapatipule…

Pondicherry is a popular tourist destination in South India. The city has many colonial buildings, churches, temples, and statues. It is also the destination for the most important Ashrams of India, the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. It houses many eateries that cover a variety of cuisines ranging from French, Indian to Mexican and is also known for its botanical gardens. Besides these attractions, the sea and its beaches are quite enticing for tourists. Following is a list of popular beaches in Pondicherry. 1. Reppo Beach Reppo Beach is one of the rejuvenating beaches here in Pondicherry due to its relaxed ambience…

The state of Karnataka is known for its tourist destinations, its cuisine, its culture, ancient temples and its abundant wildlife. A wide area of the state is covered by forests. The state is blessed with over 5 national parks, 18 wildlife sanctuaries and 9 bird sanctuaries and 25% of the elephant population and 15% of the tiger population of India is found in Karnataka. The western region of the state is considered as a biodiversity hotspot and, Talacauvery and Kudremukh clusters from this region are in a tentative list of sites that could be designated as World Heritage Sites by…