Visit Bandhavgarh to spot the Royal Bengal Tiger and other rich wildlife, visit it for the sheer thrill of entering the heart of the deep forest and visit it for a memorable experience!
Bhopal is one of the most famous tourist places in Madhya Pradesh for many reasons. It is a city steeped in culture, and much of its rich history and heritage can be explored in its grand havelis and mosques. There are numerous lakes, both natural and artificial, where you can enjoy boating or spend an enjoyable evening. Besides spotting wildlife in the national park, you can admire the zari work in its bustling bazaars. There is also the new Bhopal, which its shopping complexes, plush hotels and other modern avenues of entertainment.
Nestled in the East Khasi Hills District of Meghalaya, Shillong is one of the most enchanting hill stations in North East India, blessed with a captivating scenic charm of rolling hills, tranquil lakes and soaring pines. No wonder, it is often referred to as the “Scotland of the East”, inviting hordes of nature lovers, adventure aficionados and soul seekers alike. The quaint hill town is also a honeymooner’s paradise, offering the romantic hearts the much-needed cosy time amidst serene settings of nature.
The Beautiful State of Uttarakhand is an enchanting paradise for all kinds of travelers. You know why? Because it has something for every kind of traveler. For spiritual travelers it has no dearth of divine destinations, nature lovers get spell bound to see vibrant and exotic flora and fauna, couples find this place not less than a paradise, it is in fact a dream destination and a go place for every kid on their summer vacation. Best from the rest – The category of travelers who spend the most wonderful moment of their life are adventurers. Uttarakhand is a paradise for adventure lovers. Out of all adventure activities trekking is one of the most loved adventure activities tourists enjoy here.
With its roots deep in spirituality and rich history, the south Indian state of Karnataka is an important pilgrimage centre in India. Karnataka boasts a large number of Hindu temples, Jain and Buddhist pilgrimages, mosques and churches. The state is dotted with thousands of beautiful and highly revered Hindu temples and two of them even are recognized by UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Karnataka is also home to five monolithic statues of Bahubali and several Jain temples making it one of the most important Jain pilgrimages as well.
Dividing the Uttara Kannada and Shimoga by only a thin line, the highest waterfall of the state, Jog falls, plunges relentlessly, in continuous streams, from a height of 253 m (850 ft), in a single fall. A major tourist attraction in Karnataka, Jog falls, otherwise known as Gerusoppa Falls, is second only to Nohkalikai Falls of Meghalaya. Due to the construction of linganamakki dam, the flow is hugely restricted before the rainy season ushers in. The force of these waters is used for generating electricity and this explains the very thin streams before monsoons.
Whenever someone talks about a summer trip or a relaxing vacation in a hill station, especially in North India, Nainital tops the list. Nainital has everything that you need for a blissful holiday experience. Perched in a valley around a mango-shaped lake, which is flanked by snow-capped peaks and alpine forests, Nainital is a district and resort town in the Kumaon region of Uttarakhand. Founded in 1841 by a sugar trader, Nainital was once treated as a health resort and a summer retreat by the British troops and their families. However, the region was destroyed by a massive landslide in 1880, but its popularity as a tourist destination did not fade away.
Bangalore Palace (Bengaluru Palace), with the very mention, conjures up enchanting images of the long-lost regal world. This popular tourist attraction in Bangalore, Karnataka originally a gift from the British, to maharajas of Mysore, was actually constructed with an intention of training the royals on the administration and the princely responsibilities. Occidental architectural style and the interesting artefacts enhanced the attraction quotient of this must-visit place the city. The long and stately corridors of this palace display the Tudor and Scottish gothic architecture and the entire palace is modelled closely along the lines of the famous Windsor Castle of London. In this one of the best places to see in Bangalore Karnataka, durbar hall, ballroom, lined with Ravi Varma’s paintings at every step, trigger nostalgia of a bygone era, transporting you back in time.
A boho yet spiritual, peaceful yet carefree life, simple yet attractive – that’s Pushkar in a nutshell. The holy site for Hindu pilgrims, Pushkar is home to one of the five pilgrimages, Pushkar Lake, which is surrounded by 52 ghats and around 400 temples. On the eve of Kartik Poornima, devotees bathe in the water of this holy lake, which is believed to cure skin diseases and nullify sins. The artificial lake is perched in the Aravali Range, which is flanked by hills and deserts all around. Pushkar is a holy site and the tranquillity and serenity of the place cannot be ignored, but the authentic Rajasthani vibe the place offers is exactly what tourists seek on a Rajasthan trip.
The five holy peaks and abodes of Lord Shiva are the places where spiritualism, mystery and adventure greet each other. Kailash Mansarovar, Adi Kailash, Kinnaur Kailash, Shrikhand Mahadev Kailash and Manimahesh Kailash – the Panch Kailash in the lap of the mighty Himalayas are considered pilgrimages by people from almost all faiths including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Chinese and Bons. As we say, India is always blessed with the vastness of the Himalayas, this time it is no difference at all. Out of five Panch Kailash shrines, four peaks are located in India; three of which are in Himachal Pradesh and one in Uttarakhand.