These places are the clear examples to prove that India is a land of Diversity


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thar-desert-4Thar Desert –  Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert, is a large, arid region of rolling sand dunes in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent forming a natural boundary between Western India and South Eastern Pakistan. Thar desert is the world’s seventh largest desert. This desert spread across   the state of Rajasthan and parts of Gujarat in Western India. The place is full of forts, gravels, salt marshes, palaces and lakes, rich Indian heritage and history, beautiful for its practical advanced architecture. The people of Rajasthan have transformed this place   into what is called as “ the most colorful desert of the world” making it one of the most renowned tourist destination in India.

spiti-valleySpiti Valley –The vivid change in terrain starts the moment you cross over the rohtang pass. The snow clad mountains and deep valley of chandra river on one side and on the other give you a feeling of being totally on a different planet. The gradual absence of any form of vegetation is striking. Climbing the lofty heights of Kunzum pass ( at the height of 14500 ft) gives you an amazing feeling making you feel as if you have reached the skies. The great sculptures present over hundreds of years on the side of the river are carved by the wind and snow & the small villages dominated by buddhist religious symbols are definitely a sight to behold. The oldest monastery at Tabo is worth seeing. The main places to stay out there are at Losar,Kaza and Tabo. The well – known mummy of a monk at Gyu is near Tabo.

velliangiri-mountain-2Velliangiri Mountains, Combaitore- This mountain range is just epic! The chilly winds blowing on our early morning ride to this place made us feel alive. The way to the hills is itself laden with so many lush green fields and the mountains themselves in a distant view, that I, for a moment forgot that there was, indeed a outside world, in the city waiting for me to get in and start kicking. Go trekking over here; it’s a great getaway destination for a day.

munnarMunnar – This is absolutely breathtakingly beautiful place – a haven of tranquility and serenity – the idyllic tourist destination in God’s own country. Munnar is such a beautiful place in Kerala, which cannot be portrayed in a single canvas. Everything and anything here will make us excited. The hills, the mist, , the waterfalls, the valleys, the streams, tea plantations, rare flora and fauna. It is a beautiful tea town in Idukki district of Kerala. The attractive sights of acres of lush green tea plantations will make you realize that we have at last reached Munnar and moreover the place is so much known for its tea estates For shopaholics, this destination is a heaven whether tea or spices. You can collect various spices from here like ginger, cardamom, clove, pepper, cinnamon, coffee, nutmeg etc. Don’t miss to buy homemade chocolates here. Enjoy the dark, white, liqueur filled and chocolates with nuts.

Triund

Triund, McLeodganj –Trekking is one of the best experience and lifelong cherish moments. It takes roughly 5-6 hours if you intend to keep short stay at the place Triund. But what takes your breath away is the beautiful and panoramic view of Kangra Valley. The Best time to visit is between the month of July and November.

lehLeh- Srinagar Highway-The travel to Leh by car was really an excellent Idea. We travelled to Srinagar by plane and then took taxi for Leh. We reached Leh crossing Sonamarg, Kargil, Zojila and drass. Road for Zojila is very rough. You will definitely enjoy the scenic beauty all the way. Take rest in Kargil and continue your journey to heaven the next day by early morning.

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