Spectacular Places that you must visit to do nothing but to enjoy Nature


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bangaram-island-beachCoral Reefs of the Bangaram Island in Lakshaweep – Bangararm is also known as the Jewel of Lakshadweep, sparsely populated, popular for its coral formation, especially black coral formation, silvery beaches, lush green coconut palms, coral reefs and turquoise blue lagoons. With its beautiful beaches and reefs, travelers can engage in plenty of activities. This place is very popular for deep sea fishing, Scuba diving and snorkeling. However,Bangaram island should be visited for its serenity, remoteness and simplicity. Also, know that guests can enter the Island only if you have a confirmed stay. Hotels obtain Entry Permit from the Lakshadweep Administration for either entering or visiting the island on behalf of the confirmed guests.

munsiyari_viewMunsiyari- It place is literally popular as ‘a place with snow’ as it is surrounded completely by snowcapped peaks. Munsiyari serves as the base camp to glaciers like Ralam and Milam for almost all the adventure lovers and trekkers. Deodar, pine trees, rhododendron plants and numerous other small waterfalls contribute to picturesque surrounding and amazing scenic beauty of this town. This place is  fantastic to witness the sunrise and sunset over the snow-capped peaks. Trekkers also assembles at this point for further trekking and it is great place for camping.

sam-sand-dunesTo the scorching Sam Dunes of Jaisalmer- The Sam Sand Dunes are the main attraction of this city Jaisalmer for everyone visiting Jaisalmer. You have the option of choosing a camel ride or desert safari through jeep and this is really an awesome experience. Sometime due to excessive heat , the tyres gets almost inflated which makes the journey even more adventurous. You can even try walking barefooted on sand and just enjoy the nature. Ensure that you reach around 3 pm so that you do not miss the sunset. Roll on sand and have fun . You will definitely create unforgettable moment of your life. There is no fees as such for the visit but there is charge for desert safari which might be a part of package followed by a small dance program and dinner.

dudhsagar goaMajestic Dudhsagar Waterfalls in Goa –Watching Dudhsagar Falls during monsoon is a sight to behold. In full flow, you have completely two options to reach the falls – first either by train or road through Panaji and Margao. And if you are adventurous, you can go on a trek to the falls. During monsoons there are only two options are available . The first route is the Kulem Route, which is attractive and 12 km-long. The other popular route is called the Castle Rock route which is almost close to 14 km-long. However, since trains still ply on the route, be attentive while trekking.

AlleppeyTo the backwaters of Alleppey- You can visit Alleppey in the month of May as it would be a great experience, the backwaters of Alleppey is definitely treat to eyes. It is the best time to relax in summer it is one of the best place to visit in Kerala, there are many places of attraction and some of them are alappuzha beach, marari beach and boat adventures, the cuisine of Kerala is awesome very spicy fish and local items were amazing. In the entire tour house boat rides are amazing, the alleppey beach is fantastic most of the time spent there, my advice to the travellers get deboard at kochi airport and take a ride to Alleppey.

dhanuskodi

The Dhanuskodi Beach- It is located between the only landmass between India and Sri Lanka. It’s also the site of Confluence of Indian Ocean With Bay Of Bengal. During monsoons this place becomes absolutely magical. When it starts to rain you can   enjoy magical hours all by yourself with crashing waves.The beach is utterly unspoilt and pristine, you can definitely not miss this.

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