- Created: 23-01-17
- Last Login: 11-12-17
Description: With a coastline of around 970 kilometres, Andhra Pradesh remains an ideal place to plan a beach holiday amidst beautiful and exotic beaches. Experience the charm of sun, sea and sand at this rich Indian state where serenity is promised. Beaches in Andhra Pradesh are rich in biodiversity and offer an overwhelming holiday experience.
Publish Date: 11-12-17
Description: A state in Northeast India, Nagaland Tourism is known for its 16 tribes, each of which brings in its own uniqueness and charm here. The state enjoys an incredible beauty which can be seen in its dazzling hills and flourishing valleys. The locals of the state are drenched into their cultures and follow their traditions with all their hearts.
Publish Date: 07-12-17
Description: If history fascinates you then you must take Hyderabad Travel. Its buzzing streets dotted with tiny shops take you back into the history and make you fall in love with it instantly. The city brims with Islamic India's most imposing architectural lures which are worth exploring.
Publish Date: 05-12-17
Description: Goa has numerous gems to flaunt. However, Calangute Beach of Goa remains the most popular one due to the endless list of lures dotted here. From pristine beach to pulsating nightlife, from endless shopping options to eating hubs, Calangute remains the most visited place in this tiniest Indian state.
Publish Date: 30-11-17
Description: kolkata, India’s second-biggest city, is rightly called as the Cultural capital of India. Visit here and experience some unique wonders of the past drenched into Victorian-style architecture. Some of the most popular places to visit in Kolkata like Victoria Memorial, Howrah Bridge, etc. beautifully portray the rich past of this state.
Publish Date: 21-11-17
Description: Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the most renowned national parks in India located in the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh. It was declared a national park in 1968. The park houses a large biodiversity with highest density of tiger population in India.
Publish Date: 13-11-17
Description: Darjeeling Tourism remains booming due to the never ending expanses of tea gardens here. This Queen of The Hills makes many wonders and ponder in disbelief with its stunning looking landscapes and the exciting Toy Train journey.
Publish Date: 08-11-17
Description: One of the most visited fairs of India, Pushkar Fair is an annual camel trading fair organised in the holy town of Pushkar in Rajasthan. The fair underlines the rich cultures of Rajasthan where you get to see locals wearing colourful attires, selling camels and indulging in various competitions.
Publish Date: 03-11-17
Description: A tiny hamlet in the state of Uttarakhand, Ranikhet takes you away from all the worldly chaos. Literally meaning ‘Queen’s meadow’, Ranikhet is located near the Himalayan Foothills which keeps the weather here pleasant all year long resulting in flourishing Ranikhet Tourism. Start by visiting the Chaubatia Orchards for tasting a variety of apples or explore a range of old temples located here such as Jhula Devi Temple, Mankameshwar Temple and Haidakhan Babaji Temple; there is absolutely no dearth of attractions in this haven.
Publish Date: 27-04-17
Description: Kaziranga National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Golaghat and Nagaon districts of Assam and is world-famous for being home to the endangered one-horned rhinoceros. Spread in an area of 430 sq km, the wildlife sanctuary also shelters various species of mammals, reptiles along with migratory birds from Central Asia. Wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world visit the park to get a glimpse of its exotic wildlife. The park is also rich in flora with dense and tall elephant grasses being its main characteristic. A jeep/elephant safari here proves to be an unforgettable experience. Cruising in a boat on the Brahmaputra River is also a great fun.
Publish Date: 25-04-17