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      The mesmerizing Mediterranean Coast with lush green valleys, picturesque beaches, and alpine peaks make Lebanon a perfect destination to experience a rejuvenating vacation. If you are craving to chill by the waters and indulge in some thrilling watersports, then there are various beaches in Lebanon for enjoying your holiday to the fullest.

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      The usual, the routine! Everyday story! Waking up in the morning, grabbing a cup of coffee, racing with time to reach the workplace at a given time and then again racing back to our dear bed at night.

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      What to do in Dubai for free? Confused, aren’t you?

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      Dreamed of Singapore as a honeymoon destination? The island city is a true marvel of sights and sounds, both man-made and natural.

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      You will get a taste of richness and diversity if you visit Turkey in July. Once positioned as the centerpiece of the great Ottoman Empire, the modern Turkish Republic is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world.

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      Uttarakhand has long been known for its varied yet beautiful landscapes that draws the attention of tourists not just from India, but also worldwide.

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      Delightful nourishment, photogenic insides for the social media feed and noteworthy long stretches of discussions; defines Bangkok's expanding bistro scene.

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      Nashik or Nasik, attracts tourists and visitors in bulk due to the presence of several holy shrines in and around the city. The Maha Kumbh Mela, held every 12 years, draws millions from far and across the world.

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      Phi Phi is a part of the Noppharat Thara National Park and it is about 40 kilometres from Krabi which covers an area around 35 square kilometres. The name Phi Phi is kept after the two biggest islands in the archipelago: Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Leh.

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      The diverse and vibrant Thailand offers more than the run-of-the-mill attractions to the travelers. From mist-covered, towering mountains to pristine rainforests, there is an incredible landscape for you to explore.

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      The island country of Mauritius is one of the most popular honeymoon destinations around the world. Known for its beaches, flora and fauna as well as picturesque scenery, Mauritius is a multicultural place

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      Nurturing your soul with just a little bit of nature is a must every now and then. Taking a rejuvenating break from the closed walls and embarking on a thrilling hike should top Read more

      Alleppey, officially known as Alappuzha is a South Indian city that borders Laccadive Sea. Famous for its several backwater canals, beaches, paddy fields and lagoons; Alleppey also falls in the category of one of the oldest planned towns in India.

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      Calicut is one of the most essential and beautiful districts in Kerala. It is now known as Kozhikode, and Calicut is the former name of the community. Calicut has been historically significant for India for more than 500 years.

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      The United States of America is one of the greatest largest countries in the world. It is known to house 50 states covering a vast swath of North America and the famous islands named Alaska in its northwest and the very beautiful Hawaii extending the nation’s presence into the Pacific simply does the job for making it a perfect country indeed.

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      The city of Nashik is located on the banks of the Godavari river. The place has many legends associated with it and is quite famous for Shri Shirdi Sai Baba residing here.

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      Murudeshwar is a must-visit place when you visit Karnataka. You can find a lot of shopping options here if you want. Right from the divinity of the place, you can understand that the whole place is spectacular and this town attracts so many pilgrims.

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      Haridwar, as the name suggests, is known as the gateway of God. Not just the name of this place, but the entire environment will make you feel very religious and spiritual. This religiousness of the city is so dominant that people could barely see the other side of it.

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      Mangalore is one of the most important cities in the state of Karnataka. The city is a prominent port located between the Arabian sea and western Ghats. Mangalore is the only city of Karnataka which has all four modes of transport that are air, water, road, and rail.

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      If you are stressed out with your busy schedule, then taking a vacation can be very helpful. above that, if that vacation enables you to indulge in some of the best adventure sports, then it will surely help you as a stress buster.

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      There are different types of travelers around the world. Some of them prefer to have a peaceful holiday to enjoy the natural beauty of the place and have some quality time with their friends and family. But, there is another type of tourist to whom traveling is the other name of adrenaline rush. They can’t imagine a vacation without having adventure and adventure means they prefer adventure sports.

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      Vellore is one of the most important cities in Tamil Nadu, and it is situated in the northeastern part of the state. It is one of the most historically significant cities in Tamil Nadu, as well as India because there are so many fundamental architectural structures located in the city that you will be quite stunned.

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      Ooty is one of the most beautiful hill stations situated in south India. The proper and official name of this place is Udagamandalam. This small hill station is located in the district of Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu. Nilgiri hills are the center of attraction for the tourists coming to Ooty every year.

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      Kasauli is the new found attraction for tourists, though the place is still developing. But this rawness provides a vast array of places here where you can sit and enjoy our whole day in the lap of nature. This is an ideal place with various picnic worthy spots here. The place is very near to Shimla and could be covered in around two days.

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      Within the royal state of Rajasthan lies a famous ‘Sun City’ known as Jodhpur due to the overwhelming sunny days. Jodhpur is home to some legendary stories and amazing modern day entertainment.

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      A lovely hill-town for a weekend escape from Delhi, Mcleodganj is flooded with tourists all through the year and thus the best resorts in Mcleodganj are always full. If you wish to book one of these, we suggest advance planning and booking. Most properties offer unbeatable tariff per night and are a great pick for families as well as couples. 

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      A haven for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts, Thekkady is usually a short stay for most tourists in Kerala. However, even during this short stay, you will be spoilt for choices. There is a wide range of activities and things to do in Thekkady

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      Located at an altitude of 2100 meters above the sea level, Wayanad is one of the picturesque hill stations in Kerala. With the tantalizing aroma of fresh spices, rich wildlife, charismatic waterfalls, captivating caves, and luxurious resorts and homestays,

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      Pattaya, the eastern seaboard region of Pattaya is a popular tourist spot and host to a large number of tourist attractions. The range includes a wide array including ancient Thai traditions to modern day adventure.

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      Mussoorie, popularly known as the Queen Of The Hills, is an ever popular hill station nestled in the lower Himalayan region of Uttarakhand. Its proximity to major towns like Delhi and Dehradun, coupled with the abundance of scenic beauty it offers, makes Mussoorie one of the most sought after hill stations in the country. Among the many natural beauty wonders housed within Mussoorie, the waterfalls in the area deserve a special mention. Why? Simply because the region surrounding Mussoorie is blessed with some of the most extraordinary waterfalls in the country.

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      Nainital, a well known hill station in Uttarakhand that is known to be the home to the eye-shaped lake that attracts thousands of visitors every year, throughout the year. While the hill station is truly magical, it has become a mainstream one. If you’ve lived in an around the northern parts of the country for over 10 years, chances are, you have already been to Nainital. Even if that isn’t the case, Nainital is the kind of destination that is best experienced during a weekend.

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      Either for its historic charm or for the breathtaking view, Rajasthan is a place that finds its place in everyone’s wish lists. Surrounded by breathtaking sand dunes, historic grandeur, and vibrant culture, the largest state of the country is a traveler’s delight. The land of Maharajas deserves a mention of its own because of the age-old culture and tradition that lingers around the state.

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      Situated along the east coast of Andhra Pradesh, Vizag is named after Visakha, the Hindu God of valour. It is more than an industrial city and popularly known as Vizag. Hosting the oldest shipyards from the country, Vizag is a scenic hub with sprawling beaches, ancient temples, exotic caves, and splendid valleys.

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      Imagine lush green mountains with the Danube River passing through it. Isn’t it beautiful? Most people head to Hungary to escape the stress of daily life. ‘Budapest’ is the glittering capital of Hungary that is brimming with charming lakes, dense forests, and magnificent churches.

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      The city that is synonymous with adventure, Rishikesh is located in the Himalayas and one of the most prominent towns for both thrill-seekers and pilgrims. Sitting on the banks of the river Ganga, the town is both a spiritual hub and a popular tourist destination. The city is most popular for its many yoga retreats and tracking schools. However, adventure like ziplining in Rishikesh does not take a back seat. The city is one of the best destinations to try this, setting it apart as a memorable experience.

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      Endless greenery and untapped nature as far as the eye can see. The town of Wayanad in the state of Kerala is loaded with dense flora and fauna. This biodiversity hotspot is a great retreat for people of all ages. If you are looking to just kick back and stay in a resort, or try some adventures like ziplining in Wayanad, you will find everything you need here.

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