A part of Beas River Valley, Manali is situated at an altitude of more than 2000 m from where the eyes fall on the views of forests, orchards, river, mountains ranges and more, for nothing but sheer visual delight. The place once used to serve trade purposes via Manal - Leh route; now the same route is used for the purpose of adventure mainly for the bikers and jeep riders.
himla hill station is still the colonial summer capital (resort) to which British used to retreat in when heat of Indio-Gangetic plains used to become unbearable. Be it grey-stone work of Vice Regal Lodge, or Gaiety Theater putting neo-gothic architectural excellence, the beauty of building seem to come alive and not only staying in eyes of beholder.
Himachal Pradesh is located in the northern region of India. The state is surrounded by Jammu and Kashmir on the north, Punjab on the west and the south-west, Haryana on the south, Uttar Pradesh on the south-east and China on the east.
Nainital is a nature lover's paradise. Enjoy your three-day stay at this beautiful hill station. The splendid view from this place is a sight to behold. Savour the local delicacies and enjoy a stroll at the bustling local markets. Take a walk at this tranquil place and get fascinated by the beauty of Mother Nature. Enjoy sightseeing at Himalaya Darshan Point and Lake View Point and get refreshed. Visit the tiny marble temple at the hilltop and soak in the stunning panoramic view.
The Queen of the Hills, Mussoorie is known for offering tourists a fairytale atmosphere with the glistering views of the Doon Valley and Shivalik Ranges along with fresh mountain breeze. You the chance to explore mesmerising Kempty Falls. By picking this Sightseeing and Shopping in Mussoorie tourist package, you can also take the blessing of Goddess Durga at Jwala Devi Temple
Yatra's Scenic Ladakh 7N/8D takes you on an exciting journey to the land of superlatives encompassing exceptional monasteries, splendid lakes, beautiful landscapes, and a dramatic terrain. This holistic tour will excite the adventurer in you, invoke the spiritual side of you, stir your love for Bollywood, and satiate your wanderlust. Covering the famous Buddhist sites- Shanti Stupa, Diskit Monastery, and the Spituk Monastery;
Kashmir, known as the "Switzerland of India", is a paradise on earth that boasts of unparalleled natural splendour, luring immense number of tourists. While winters in Kashmir are freezing cold with ample snow everywhere, summers are cool and fresh, with lush greenery and views of snow-capped peaks. Whether you wish to indulge in the exciting snow activities and pony rides or immerse in the serene natural atmosphere on a Shikara ride,
Get ready for unlimited fun and set out with your entire family to Goa, the land of sun. Stroll along the golden beaches and take part in fascinating activities like dolphin watching, banana boat ride, parasailing and snorkelling
Rajasthan, the epitome of royalty, is one of India's most culturally vibrant states. This 'Land of the Kings' has a glorious past and this is reflected in the towering forts, magnificent palaces and intricate marble temples. There is a whiff of royalty in the air around, and the markets, bustling streets and people with colourful attire are sure to entice you and take you back to a regal era
This tropical beauty on India’s palm tree lined Malabar coast beckons swarms of visitors every year. Learn about the history and culture of Cochin and visit some important places. Head to the cool terrain of the Munnar hills and rejuvenate your senses with its pure air and serene locales. The tea plantations beckon you as do the endangered flora and fauna at the Eravikulam National Park. Next enjoy the uninterrupted hills,
From the entwined mountains peeps the dazzling sunshine, which defines the aura of Northeastern India. Nestled in the lap of nature, Darjeeling is famed for its expansive tea gardens, lofty peaks and the world-famous Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. Gangtok, on the other hand, is the fulcrum of Tibetan Buddhist culture and is home to several monasteries, temples and flower nurseries. Such a mix of natural and cultural attractions makes Northeastern India, a tourist hotspot.
The stark and glorious land of Ladakh is located in Jammu and Kashmir. Yet, it is so far removed from what one expects of Kashmir, both in terms of geography and culture. A Ladakh tour will show you a very different and awe-inspiring world. Ladakh itself is separated from the Kashmir valley by the Himalayan range and the difference is immense. The breath-taking landscape is almost magical. Ladakh is known to be the world’s coldest desert.
Jim Corbett National Park can be befittingly called the paradise of Tigers for the fact that it holds a large population of tigers in its breathtaking landscapes that consists of different varieties of flora and fauna. Named after the legendary tiger hunter turned naturalist Jim Corbett (1875-1955), the proud destination 'Jim Corbett National Park' was the first national park of India, which was established in 1936 in the hill state of Uttarakhand in Northern India.
It is about 22 Kms. from Nainital and 11 Kms. from Bhowali at an altitude of 1370 mts. The pride of Bhimtal is a beautiful lake which offers magnificent vistas for tourists. The lake is larger than Naini lake. Tourist enjoys here boating in lake. There is an island amid lake having beautiful aquarium . Tourist visit here by boats. The distance of island from lake shore is 91 mts. There is a 17th century Bhimeshwar temple complex along the 40 feet high dam .