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  • Head to Dalhousie Hill Station From Delhi on long weekend

    Head to Dalhousie Hill Station From Delhi on long weekend

    If a town set amidst pine, deodar and oak forests, with charming architecture still exuding a colonial air, graceful churches in which you can hear the past whisper and a gentle pace of life, sounds appealing to you, head to Dalhousie, a popular hill station in western Himachal Pradesh. It is located at a distance of approx. 555 kms from Delhi. Tourist Attractions in Dalhousie Compact and self contained? Dalhousie, spreading over the [...]

    Read More 23-7-2018
  • Kerala Tourism

    Kerala Tourism

    Kerala, god's own country or a country for the gods. By whichever name we might call it, its sheer spectacle in the rains is a panorama to remember. With the Arabian Sea in the west, the western Ghats towering 500-2700 m in the east and networked by forty four rivers, Kerala enjoys unique seographical features that have made it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia. Art equable climate... A long shoreline with serene beaches... Tranquil [...]

    Read More 28-5-2018
  • Ellora Caves Unesco World Heritage Site

    Ellora Caves Unesco World Heritage Site

    The Rashirakuta's took control of the Deccan from early western Chalukya’s around 750 AD. The most important site with these rulers is Ellora, where several cave engravings were carried out under their aegis. At this site, Cave 16 the Kailashnatha Temple is unsurpassed and probably the last Hindu excavation. It is the most striking cave temple amongst the other 34 at the site. Craftsmen have pushed carving techniques to the limit. Though [...]

    Read More 7-5-2018
  • Virupaksha Temple Pattadakal

    Virupaksha Temple Pattadakal

    Long debated upon whether the construction of Virupaksha temple was influenced by the Pallava temple at Kanchipuram or not, the Virupaksha Temple is richly decorated with sculptures and consists of a complex of structures in the South Indian fashion. It was built by Loka Mahadevi, chief queen of Vikramaditya II during 733-744 A.D. This dynasty also has to its credit many structured temples in the Deccan heartland, some in the southern style, some [...]

    Read More 20-4-2018
  • Chennai City Tour

    Chennai City Tour

    Our Chennai city tour offers you to experience its own sensational charm through its history and major tourist attractions. With Dutch, Portuguese, French and British influences, the city of Chennai has a rich and diverse heritage that bridges its colonial past with its inherent Dravidian culture. Chennai is a city, Madras is an old name of Chennai. Madras evokes memories of tree-lined avenues, palm- fringed beaches and a slow, unhurried [...]

    Read More 14-4-2018
  • Coonoor Walk in the Clouds

    Coonoor Walk in the Clouds

    Coonoor is a hill station located in the Tamil Nadu. It’s known for its Nilgiri hills and tea estates. With the plains stinting in the summer heat. what could be better than escaping to an altitude of nearly 2.000m above sea level? That’s where Coonoor is, making it perfect for a short break from Bengaluru or Chennai this season. However, Coonoor is less touristy than Ooty, but offers green vistas, tea estates and opportunities for trekking [...]

    Read More 18-7-2018
  • Mount Abu Hill Station of Rajasthan

    Mount Abu Hill Station of Rajasthan

    Perched on the highest peaks of the Aravalis in the dry state of Rajasthan, lies a lush, verdant oasis that is one of the most popular hill retreats of India. This sanctuary from the endless sand hillocks is Mount Abu which derives its name from ‘Arbuda', the powerful serpent who rescued ‘Nandi’ from a chasm. ‘Abu’, stands for the son of the Himalaya. Besides being a picturesque summer resort, Mount Abu is [...]

    Read More 22-5-2018
  • Adventure in Ladakh

    Adventure in Ladakh

    Covering an area of about 60,000 sq. km. and elevation starts from 2,600 mt. to 7.670 mt., Ladakh lies between two huge mountain systems the Himalayas to the south and the Karakorams to the north. Ladakh is the Trans Himalayan region - the region of impact when the Indian subcontinent collided with the rest of Asia, 50 million years ago. One of the several geographic regions formed as a result of this impact is the Rupshu, a dry, high altitude plateau [...]

    Read More 1-5-2018
  • The Kutch Rann Utsav 2018 2019

    The Kutch Rann Utsav 2018 2019

    Between the months of November and February is when Kutch gets its maximum tourist footfall, thanks to Gujarat Tourism’s efforts to promote the Rann Utsav. The three months long Kutch festival coincides with the formation of the Great White Rann, a white salt marsh which forms during the winter months. Thousands of domestic and international tourists visit here to witness the Rann of Kutch festival and to see Kutch attractions or sightseeing [...]

    Read More 17-4-2018
  • Markha Valley Trek

    Markha Valley Trek

    The Markha Valley trek also known as Tea House Trek. It is one of the most fascinating treks of Ladakh. This trek provides the best views of Ladakh and Zanskar Ranges. You will get a chance to see the 21000 feet and 20086 feet high Kang Yissay and Stok Kangri peaks respectively while your expedition on this trek. Other amazing attractions are Hemis National Park, Gandala La and Kongmaru La which trekkers will explore while taking Markha Valley trek [...]

    Read More 11-4-2018
  • Motorbiking Tips for Ladakh

    Motorbiking Tips for Ladakh

    1. Best time to travel (mid-June to end-July, early September to early October) 2. To avoid congestion on Rohtang Pass, set out early from Manali 3. Take Diamox pills to avoid altitude sickness by the time you reach Sarchu 4. Keep yourself hydrated to help beat altitude sickness 5. Pack a tyre puncture kit and a spare set of tubes to be better prepared 6. wear multiple thin layers to adjust to the changing temperature with altitude 7. Don’t [...]

    Read More 17-7-2018
  • Best Places to visit in Nepal

    Best Places to visit in Nepal

    When we talk about Nepal images of the Himalaya invoke in our mind. Eight of the world’s 10 tallest peaks are situated here. The country is, however, not only known for its high mountains, but also for its unique cultural heritage, artistic monuments and exotic wildlife. which are reflected in the kingdom's languages, architecture and biodiversity. Wedged between Tibet of the People’s Republic of China in the north and India [...]

    Read More 15-5-2018
  • Shore Temple Tamil Nadu

    Shore Temple Tamil Nadu

    After the rock cut architectural traditions seen till the late 6th Century AD the Shore Temple, on the coast off Mahabalipuram in Tamil Nadu, can be well thought of as a pioneer or structured temple architecture in India. Called the Shore Temple, it is said to have been built during the reign of Narsimha Varman II of the Pallava Dynasty, who ruled from 700 to 728 AD. It has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1984. It is one of the [...]

    Read More 24-4-2018
  • Tour to Valley of Flowers

    Tour to Valley of Flowers

    Valley of Flowers National Park is located in the Western Himalaya, Uttarakhand. It is well known for its wide variety of flora and pastures of extensive alpine flowers. This flower rich valley is also home to rare and endangered animals, like red fox, the Asiatic black bear, musk deer, brown bear, snow leopard and blue sheep. Apart from these animals this national park is also a habitat of rare species of birds. The Valley of Flowers is a [...]

    Read More 16-4-2018
  • Heritage Tours India

    Heritage Tours India

    With a fascinating 5000 years old history India has many things to offer for all kind of travelers through its Heritage tour of India. India is blessed with diverse religions, cultures and traditions. One life time is not enough to visit all parts of India. Apart from ancient history India is also blessed with rich heritage and architecture. Heritage monuments like Taj Mahal in Agra, Jama Masjid, Humayun’s tomb, Qutub Minar, Red Fort in [...]

    Read More 9-4-2018
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