It’s that time of the year again, when we all want to get away from our monotonous routine to relax and unwind. India is famous worldwide for its summer holidays as it has lot of summer attractions to offer to the tourists.
Munnar is a popular destination for tourists in Kerala, known for its spectacular view of mountains that are covered with tea plantations. Top Station is one of the most popular excursions in Munnar. It’s famous for the breath-taking views of the highest tea estates in India. One visit to Munnar makes it hard to leave this city.
An unknown tiger reserve in Orissa named Satkosia is famous for its rich biodiversity. It offers a beautiful experience of sight-seeing for the nature enthusiasts. Satkosia boasts of a mesmerising gorge cradling the Mahanadi River. One should not pass it up on the travel plans.
Rishikesh is another beautiful city in India known for its beautiful landscape offering an unforgettable experience to the visitors. It is surrounded by the hills and is famous for its ashrams on the banks of Ganga. Rishikesh is also a great adventure spot for the adventure enthusiasts with rafting, trekking, rock climbing to offer. It’s one of the best places to spend your vacations.
Jaipur is one of the prettiest places to visit in your vacations. It has an astounding architecture. Some of the excellent examples of Jaipur’s beauty are City Palace and the Hawa Mahal. For all the shopaholics this city has a lot to offer with its bazaars stocked full of jewellery, handicrafts and pottery. With word-class architecture and bustling bazaars, this city is a great place to spend your vacations.
Kolkata, one of the largest cities in India, is another favourite amongst tourists. It has something for everybody, whether it is art exhibits, poetry, museums, or theatrical performances. It’s truly a city of joy where you can shop till you drop from many famous designers like Ananda, Kallol Datta, Meera Basu etc.
“Don’t forget the wheelchair!” I squealed with excitement from the car. This was the day I was going to visit India’s grandest monument…Read More >
As a 20-something girl bitten by travel bug and heavily inspired by books and movies, I always imagined going to some far-off city alone…Read More >
Amidst all the greens and browns of nature, there lay a very colourful, beautiful, and calm kingdom.Read More >
While I searched for must-visit places in Bhuj for my Kutch trip, I had no idea about Chhatedi.Read More >