Plan your visit atleast once to these places

lahaul1Lahuah & Spiti – Spiti is located at an average elevation of 4270 meters is a barren land which is really too difficult to cross, however Lahaul is totally opposite with its lush greenery and picturesque surrounding. Surrounded by lofty mountain ranges is the Spiti valley with the the Spiti River rushing through its southeast side which thereby meets River Sutlej. The valleys are characteristic desert mountainous area. Buddhist monasteries and the wonderful natural beauty have given a exclusive distinct look to Lahaul and Spiti. The most renowned tourist attractions in the area include monasteries like Guru Ghantal,Shashur, , Dhankar, Ki and the Tavul Gompas. During your stay at Spiti, you can visit various places and stunning villages like Losar, Kaza, Tabo, Ki, Dhankar, Langza, Kibber, Comic, Laung, Chandratal Lake, Pine Valley, etc. that laid serenely in the lap of the astounding Himalayan range. The locals being as quiet and friendly as the mountains lured you to stay back and leave you craving for more. We gazed at the colorful monasteries and breathed in the bliss it had to offer. The flaming red attire draped across the lamas and the attractive Buddha statues that stood strong and handsome in contrast to the light hues of the surrounding forming its background. The treks through the mountains and the enthralling serene lakes absorbing the reflection of the fresh blue skies and the mountains surrounding it creating captivating views that left us beguiled.

udaipurUdaipur –Located in the Aravalli Ranges, Udaipur is one of the most well-known tourist destinations of the country and beautifully exemplifies the Rajasthani culture. It is a city rich in history, culture and is visited by tourists from all over who come here to get a glimpse of the Rajput way of life. Udaipur is a mixed bag. It will enable you to know about our history, at the same time spoil you with good food. You can watch the old city market or simply sit by the ghats & relax. The forts within the city & in and around city are must-visits. To add to that, Bagore Ki Haveli, Pichola & Ranakpur Temple. If you are a budget traveller, visit Udaipur during the off-season as you can get good hotels and travel deals during this time. Don’t miss the colourful festivities of the Mewar Festival, which is celebrated with huge pomp and show during the month of March and April in Udaipur.

havelock islandHavelock Island- It is one among the few inhabited islands of Andaman & Nicobar. Havelock is commonly known for its rich marine life, white sand beaches and dense evergreen forests. If you are in Havelock, Barefoot is the place to be. The resort is located at the most convenient location. There is no TV, no network, so book your stay here only if you intend to escape the world. The resort offers good food with extremely courteous staff. It houses one of the best pubs in Havelock, tourist flock from around the island to this pub during the evening.

KodaikanalKodaikanal –Kodaikanal in Tamil means Gift of the Forest.To the north, Kodaikanal is guarded by high hills that slope down into the villages of Vilpatti and Pallangi, while to the east, they descend to the lower Palani hills. To the south of the destination, lies the Cumbum Valley; while to the west lies a plateau which leads to the Manjampatti Valley and the Anamalai Hills. Lots of hills, isn’t it? Nice place to spend time. There are lot of places to visit. Falls, lake and many more places are there to visit and spend time with family over there. We can go by car and it is a good for all. Sightseeing and everything during journey is nice.

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