Experience peace and solitude at Andaman Islands – A place for sea or beach lovers, and even if you do not love them, you will surely start loving them after you spend a week in Andaman Islands. Color of the sea, texture of the beaches, exquisite sunrise and sunsets, unforgettable journey – all these things sum up once in a lifetime trip. Samudrika, Gandhi Park, Cellular Jail, Chatham Saw Mill, Marine Museum, Corbyn’s Cove Beach, Ross Island, Jolly Buoy Island, Wandoor Beach, Baratang, Mud Volcano, Limestone Cave are must-visits. In Havelock Island, visit Radhanagar Beach, famous for the sand. Do not miss the sunset here, Kalapathar Beach, Dolphin Resort (Try to stay here). If you are staying for more than a week, consider visiting Maya Bandar and Rangat.
Enjoy Trekking in Himachal Pradesh- Trekking in Himachal Pradesh is delightfully refreshing experience. You can experience all sorts of trekking trails right from easy to moderating and then to challenging. The best time to visit is between Septembers to Octobers. It has beautiful and attractive places like Chitkul, the last village on this side of India, Kamru Fort and many more. The food is more influenced by Buddhist culture. Trekking and apple picking are amazing experiences. Use local transport means to experience the local culture.
Aurvedic treatments and Healing in Kerala for mind and body Rejuvenation- The town is lush green and the main attraction is the Vembanad Lake. It is a great place for bird watching. Take a walk around in the bird sanctuary to spot some beautiful birds. A ferry across the lake in the evening gives you a spectacular view of the sunset and is great for spotting birds. However, Kerala is well known for its traditional Ayurvedic treatments, Ayurvedic spa, Kerala Ayurveda massage, Panchakarma treatment and other treatments that help to rejuvenate your mind, body and soul.
River Island Trolling in Majuli – If you are a nature lover and is looking forward to unravel captivating facts about nature, culture, people and their living, then nothing beats your experience at Majuli Island. It is one of the largest river Islands in the world in Brahmaputra River, Assam. The major attractions of the island are the Sattaras, sunrise, sunset and bird watching. Majuli is well-connected with other cities in the country with roadways and waterways. Talking about, Majuli has its special distinction which makes it unique in the eyes of the world. Majuli is also enriched by the vibrant multicolored culture of its ethnic inhabitants belonging to the Deoris, the Mishings, the Ahoms, the Sonowal Kacharis and the Nepali Communities.