Monday, 29 February 2016

1. Kurnool, Seemandhara: Historical yours

History, locales and sunny climes punches in to a single phase. Who wouldn’t want that for an interesting vacation? Kurnool is home to a number of temples such as the Peta Anjanyeswami temple as the Peta Anjanyeswami temple the new Shirdi Sai Baba Temple. Other offbeat tourist attractions are the Belum caves, Birla mandir, Oravakallu Rock Garden, Rollapadu Wildlife Sanctuary and the Tomb of Abdul Wahab.

2.       Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh: Explore The Unexplored

A lesser known offbeat place in the crown of the North-East,Ziro is one of those places which boasts of agreeable climate throughout the year. Observe the beautiful green patches and rice fields, feel at home with the Apa Tani tribes and let your camera stretch its legs. All this and more. Enjoy!

3.        Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh: Monastery hopping

Situated at a height of about 3048 above sea level, Tawang is a beautiful yet offbeat hill town that houses several monasteries. It is also popular as the birth place of Dalai Lama.

4.       Majuli, Assam: Water Water everywhere!

                Famous as the “World’s largest fresh water island”, this idyllic river island on the River Brahmaputra is located 20 kilometers away from the city of Jorhat. Referred to as the cultural capital of Assam, Majuli is a beautiful and unexplored place resplendent with several festivals throughout the year. A must visit offbeat place t travel.

5.       Manas National Park, Assam: Unity in Diversity

Manas National Park is one of the UNESCO Natural World Heritage sites in Assam. It boasts of an Elephant Reserve, a Tiger Reserve and a biodiversity reserve. Neat and clean, well kept and not crowded like a Mumbai local during peak hours, this tends to a be a great choice for a peaceful holiday place.

6.        Champaner -Pavagadh, Gujarat: Wrapped in history

This is one of those UNESCO World Heritage Sites that will blow your mind away with its historical appeal. It is said that the Pavagadh hills are nothing but a chunk of the Himalayas carried over by Hanuman during Ramayana. A town with historical ruins set in the lap of the Pavagadh hills; this is a definite offbeat place to visit.

7.       Hale bid, Karnataka: “Ruined” beauty

Halebid city is famous for its ruins of Hoysala architecture.  Its is agog with a lovely bunch of temples and shrines and other delectable pieces of architecture. A city famous for its spiritual appeal, it is home to the Hoysaleswara temple, Belur, Shantaleswara temple, Kedareswara temple and a number of Jain temples.

8.       Shivanasamundram, Karnataka: “a cascade of gifts”

A town situated in the banks of river kaveri and known for its Hydel Power Projects.  Shivanasamudram is famous for its pristine waterfalls. The most popular ones are Gaganachukki and Shivanasamudra waterfalls. A great offbeat place.

9.       Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand: Mystically yours

Snow capped hills, wild flowers, walking among the clouds-is there any other formula for a better holiday? We think not! Enjoy the feel of being in one of the most relaxed and beautiful, yet unexplored tourist places of India. Valley of Flowers is a must do offbeat place.


10.   Bundi, Rajasthan: As old as time

Bundi is a town in Rajasthan best known for its old appeal. It has changed names and hands several times in the centuries that are behind us, and what remains is the beautiful essence of the past. Bundi makes for a lovely unorthodox holiday in Rajasthan, different from the likes of Ajmer, Jaipur and Jaisalmer.

Thursday, 27 August 2015

Ambar Fort
Ambar Fort played vital role in the history of India. This fort show culture and Lifestyle of Rajputs, who are known for their self-indulgent, radical and volatile behavior, The Amber Palace is beautiful attraction in India
Hampi is beautiful places in North Karnataka. The town situated on the bank of river Tungabhadra, 74 km away from Bellary. It is located atop a rugged terrain, 467 m above sea level. Hampi is known as religious centre of the Vijayanagara Empire. UNESCO has listed the significant Temple and heritage site,
Goa is known as beach destinations in Today Era. Historical places have not lost their charm. Churches, old houses, beautiful towns, Beach, which show diversity in India. In the Catholic world Goa is important as the place where St Francis Xavier is buried (in the Basilica de Bom Jesus at Old Goa). Apart from Christmas and New Year celebrations, the 3-day long Goa Carnival (February, Panaji) and the Feast of St Francis (3 Dec, Old Goa) are famous attractions.

It is situated in Raisen District, is a small village, it is known for Buddha stupas and monuments. There are lots of attractions to explore in Sanchi Buddha monasteries, stupas, pillars, holy places that are here from the 3rd century BC to the 12th century AD.

It has captured the attention of Portuguese, the Dutch, the Danes, the English and the French. Pondicherry rule was French in 1673 and since then it became the site for the battle between the British and the French. It is the capital of French India for about 300 years, before it attained its independence in 1954. 

Lepakshi is one of the historical and archaeological village in Anantapur District of Andhra Pradesh state. It is situated 15 km east of Hindupur. On Lepakshi, Ruled by Vijayanagar kings in the years of yore there are lots of attractions Historical monuments and temples of the empire. 

It is one of the oldest places in India that is existed since the times of the Chola Kings. Nayaks and Maratta had ruled on this city. The place has a mythological background attached to it making it a divine place. It is popularly known as Mother Cauvery which is clearly evident from 'Kaviri-Thala-Puranam'. 

History lovers   must plan to Visit Kolkata - Birla Planetarium, Indian Museum, which houses a varied collection of unique fossils, sculpture and an Egyptian mummy, Tagore House at Jorasanko and Science City

Khajuraho Temple
Khajuraho temple is situated in the district of Chhatarpur, the part of Madhya Pradesh state is one of the oldest place. Khajuraho word is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘kharjur’ which means ‘date palms’. Today, Khajuraho is one of the most known places in India as well as other country.

 Jodhpur –Blue City
Jodhpur city is known as the ‘Gateway to Thar’ because it is situated on the border of the Thar Desert.  It is very warm place, because sun always appears full year. It is also known as blue city; the house near Mehrangarh Fort is all painted blue. 

Sunday, 12 April 2015

Goa is a holiday destination not only for the beach lovers and adventure seekers but also for the enthusiasts of the heritage and culture. There are several marks and monuments exhibiting the treasure of Goan history. If you have early taken a beach tour and imagining for experiencing something different in the beach land, heritage Trip to Goa will be the excellent idea to consider for your next vacations. You can customize your Goa tour packages to include all destinations what you are interested in seeing. Go Goa and indulge into a sojourn and discover its rich heritage by taking a trip to these destinations.

1. Old Goa
Old Goa has found a place in the UNESCO World Heritage Site to being the house of diverse magnificent churches and cathedrals. The former Portuguese capital of the region before Panjim, a trip to old Goa will bring to you many Archeological Museum, Portrait Galley as well as give you a glimpse of the alluring architectural beauty of Hindu Temples.

2. Fort
  • Goa has well-preserved seventeenth-centuries Portuguese Fort named "Aguada". Overlooking the Arabian see, this fort is located next to the Candolim beach and popular to have the lighthouse as well. There are some other rugged forts scattered along Goa’s coast and rivers such as Chapora Fort, Reis Magos Fort, or the Teracol Fort, you must pay a visit during your heritage trip in coastal country.

3. Fontainhas
Fontainhas in Goa is the heritage area and the India’s only Latin Quarter where the influence of Portuguese still easily witnessed. Located just about 1 km far to the capital city of Panaji, a journey to the narrow streets and tile-roofed houses is the best discovered on foot and feels like a walk in the pretty street in a European city.

4.   Houses of Goa museum
If you are a fan of Goan Architecture, you can’t miss a visit to Houses of Goa museum. This museum stands out for its ship-like appearance that was created by a well-known local architect Gerard da Cunha. This heritage building illuminates the history of Goa architecture and illustrates the beauty of Indo-Portuguese Houses of Goa.

5. Chandor

Chandor is a small village in South Goa and it is situated on the banks of the river Kushavati. You will explore the lavish lifestyle of colonial Goa’s land-owners. Chandor once get the international repute due to being the great capital, where trade and commerce flourished. 

Wednesday, 1 April 2015

The backpacker hub, Goa is known for sand-kissed beaches, affordable beach stays and inexpensive-yet-delicious food. With a lot of free places to see in Goa, you can enjoy to every limit even if you're traveling cheaply. From finding Goa's heritage in its churches, forts to exploring wildlife, here are a few places to see in Goa for FREE!

1.       Dudhsagar Falls: Locals say that Goa is never more attractive than when it rains. Far from the seashores and tourist locations, the blessed region comes to life during the monsoon. Go for a trek to this beautiful waterfall which typically looks like a fountain of milk.

2.       Beaches in Goa: The beaches of the smallest state features of 50 choices which offer everything from parties, adventure, tourist activities to isolation and lying in the sun. No holiday in Goa is complete without the proper visit of all the famous ones.

3.       Old Goa: This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that’s home to several spectacular churches, mansions and relics.


4.       Fort Aguada: There are numerous Forts along Goa’s shore and waterways. The most popular of them is Fort Aguada, situated next to the Candolim beach. The view is amazing and the trek definitely fulfilling.

5.       Fontainhas: It has been described as India’s only Latina quarter. The silent appeal of this Panjim neighborhood’s filter roads and tile-roofed homes is best found on foot.

6.       Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Church: One of the earliest churches in Goa, Our Lady of Immaculate Conception Church is one of the most popular attractions of the state’s capital, Panaji

7.       Goa State Museum: Housing a modern mix of artifacts from Goa’s previous, the Goa State Museum in Panaji, started out in 1996 is considered as one of the most well-known museums of situations.

8.       Cotigao Wildlife Sanctuary: Take an early morning safari on the criss-crossing routes of the wonderful Cotigao Wildlife Sanctaury and you are likely to identify a variety of plants and creatures.
With Goa tour packages you can plan your holiday in your budget including sightseeing, adventure, local experiences and a pleasant stay.

Wednesday, 18 March 2015

The long working hours of the offices and fast faced daily life keep people totally bone-tired. A short interval there helps them to come back fresh to work again as well as more productive. There are several ways to relax and rejuvenate mind, body and soul, but the Goa adventure trip fell fun and more adventure during holiday. Here, we introduce you the exciting activities to indulge with Goa Tour Packages to unwind and take the mind and body away from the hustle bustle city life. With a reasonable level of fitness, one can enjoy several adventure sports in the state like:

1) Jet Skiing
If you have the speed buff, then dip your adventurous soul in one of the most exciting water sports possible in Goa, India - Jet Skiing.

2) Angling
If you enjoy fishing, then Goa has a good number of water bodies that let you indulge in your favorite hobby.

3) Dinghy Sailing
If you do not crazy for adventure as others but feel the urge to plunge into the water, you should try Dinghy Sailing in Goa.

4) Banana Boat Rides
The tender sea, an endless beautiful coastline and the pleasant climate of Goa team up to cater those memorable experiences of water sports.  However, nothing can beat the fun of Banana Boat Rides in Goa. Must try it when plan a Trip To Goa.

5) Parasailing
Parasailing at the long and beautiful coastline of Goa is also a favorite sport activity among tourist. Dare to try this sport to keep you fullest to your Goa Holiday.

6) Scuba Diving

If you fantasize about underwater life, then Scuba Diving in Goa would be the greatest fun for you. You will see fishes of a varied color pallet, reef sharks, turtles and aquatic plants as well as the Portuguese Galleons and World War 2 battleships which make the sea a fantasy land.

Friday, 17 October 2014

Manali is a quaint little hill station in the mountains of Himachal Pradesh. Located at the banks of the Beas River, the touristy destinations have beautiful natural sites, ancient temples, adventure places and tourist pleasures for its visitors.

Here we list the Top 5 Things toDo in Manali
1. The high mountain pass of Rohtang is at a height of 3,978 meters above sea level in the Pir Panjal Range. The pass is an attractive place with views of the area and various waterfalls. Rohtang Pass is a must check out on your holiday in Manali.

2. Situated on top of a hillock the Hidimba Devi Temple is enclosed by dense deodar jungles and was designed in 1553. Devoted to the Rakshasa Hidimba, the temple framework is designed in a unique structural style that somewhat passes across India with the one applied in the Buddhist monasteries.
3. Vashistha Springs is situated across the Beas Stream. The village of Vashist is well-known for its sulphurous Hot water Rises and rock temples devoted to Rishi Vashishta and is a well-known fascination among visitors.

4. Solang Valley is also known as the ‘Snow Point’ and is well-known winter adventure activities like snowboarding, parachuting and paragliding etc. Found at a normal elevation of 2,560 meters above sea stage it is one of the preferred trekking locations. The views are spectacular as you can see snow covered peaks and valleys.

5. Beas River is the lifeline of Manali is known for its various trekking areas and water activities. The flow of the river is very fast and is not fit for swimming, but is the best for River rafting. The shoreline of the Beas is well-known for picnics and enjoying.