The second largest Indian state (according to area), Madhya Pradesh is blessed by the wonders of nature. Also, popular as the Tiger State of India for housing 19% of India’s tiger population, Madhya Pradesh is home to 10 national parks and 25 wildlife sanctuaries, as of now.
“Trekking in Ladakh is about exploring its rugged landscape, visiting the monasteries, enjoying a homestay, admiring the spectacular view of colossal peaks & observing the lifestyle of the people.”
Do you love Trekking? Well, if you are an adventurous wanderer looking for solace inducing, thrilling landscapes to match the rhythm and excitement of your soul for trekking then why not plan a trip to Ladakh this year? Ladakh is diverse in terms of landscapes. It has rivers, mountains, breathtaking passes, beautiful valleys to embark on an adventurous trekking tour. If you are a trekker who is not faint hearted and is adaptable to harsh weather conditions then Ladakh should be the first place in the list of top trekking destinations in India.
Travel gives a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without. Hence a traveler often looks for a place to enjoy their fullest. Kashmir is one such place, a heavenly beauty one should at least visit once in a lifetime. The tourism of Jammu & Kashmir is beyond words. It is so beautiful that you will sing the melody of your soul. Do you want to know how?
Winters are just around the corner. It is a time to spend days curled up in a blanket, sipping hot chocolate while reading a book you wanted to read. Indian winters are always the best winters and have everything to offer from winter time in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh, Kashmir to relaxing tanned days in Kerala, Goa.
Uttarakhand, the Dev Bhoomi of India is a poetry of spirituality and a treasure of drop dead gorgeous natural wonders. It is a land of mesmerizing and surreal temples without which the transcendent quest remains incomplete and its stunning landscapes, scenic trekking routes, verdant forests and lush greenery dipped in soothing serenity all around would seduce your senses and delight your heart.
Also known as Uttaranchal, Uttarakhand is one of the top hill stations to explore in North India. This popular hill station is referred to as Devbhumi or the land of Gods for holding a strong religious influence to people of Hinduism as there are numerous temples found throughout the state. Flanked by the Himalayas all around, Uttarakhand has also been one of the favourite mountain getaways for people of India for years. The Himalayan trails are the epitome of some challenging treks to uplift your spirit as well as they are the best places to have nature sightseeing.
Here the worldly world ends in peace, the realm is spiritual and the vibe is divine. Visit the Ghats and Temples, indulge in Yoga and Meditation and enjoy the thrill of adventures in the realm of Gods- Rishikesh.
Rishikesh is one of the most important and most visited Hindu pilgrimage destinations in India. It is often referred to as ‘Yoga Capital of India’. It is a hub of spiritual seekers, nature lovers, adventure enthusiasts and peace lovers. Entire vibe of Rishikesh is spiritual.
Travel to uplift your soul in in the Himalayas…..Magical Land of Spiritual Wisdom
Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand is a sacred journey of a lifetime. It is universally acknowledged that a person once in a lifetime long to visit sacred Chardhams for spiritual vibes. The high-altitude Chardham Shrines of Uttarakhand is one of the most popular Hindu pilgrimages of India. Every year thousands of devotees undertake the challenging Himalayas journey to feel the essence of eternal peace. According to Mythology it is said that if you visit all the 4 Dhams, you will definitely be free from all the karmic backlogs of life.
However, it should be remembered that the four holy sites in Uttarakhand are known as the Chota Char Dham. The reason behind this is that the 4 Dham in India refers to the four holy sites situated across the country, which were founded by Adi Shankaracharya over 1200 years ago. These are Badrinath in Uttarakhand, Dwarka in Gujarat, Puri in Odisha and Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu.
A state full of splendour and natural beauty, Karnataka is located in southwest India where some of its parts lie along the Arabian coastlines. Flanked by the hills of the Western Ghat range, Karnataka is home to magnificent hills, verdant forests, lush green coffee plantations and breathtaking waterfalls, which adorn its glory as a famous tourist destination down south. The gushing waterfalls falling from the hills are some of the popular tourist attractions which offer sights to behold while road tripping through Karnataka between August and January.
“Mussoorie- Welcome to the “Queen of Hills”, where beauty of nature has been elevated to an art form”
Mussoorie, also known as “Queen of Hills” is positioned above the Doon Valley. It is one of the best holiday destinations to visit in North India, Himalayas. Its pleasant weather throughout the year rejuvenates the chaotic mind with peace and bliss. Tourists from all around the world visit Mussoorie for various reasons- For Honeymooners, Mussoorie is what dreams are made of. To cherish the bliss of togetherness, the fairytale type picturesque setting of Mussoorie will always lure their soul. For family fun there are numerous picnic spots with lots of thrilling adventures. Sky walk, Zipline, rock climbing, mountain biking, paragliding, rafting and zip swing adventures are the best adventure activities to do in Mussoorie.