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      Andhra Pradesh has a range of attractions for tourists. Tourists can have a delightful experience at the parks, lakes, resorts, museums and gardens. Cuisine is truly delectable which tourists in large numbers come to relish at various restaurants and hotels in Andhra Pradesh. The heritage monuments and architectural structures are worth seeing.

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      The Covid-19 pandemic had halted the entire travel to and from the country and after 5 months, slowly but gradually the world is coming to its normal self. Amidst this, other good news floats in for the people who were longing to travel back to the UAE. As per the new travel directives, the Indians can travel to UAE now under air bubble agreement. Read more

      Uttarakhand tourism is all geared up to rise from the ashes in the post COVID world with their incredible and ambitious plans to develop tourist attractions in 13 districts. And one of the exciting projects among this plan is to build a religious theme park in Haridwar. Read more

      After more than a month since the first unlock happened in India, the states are opening their borders again for tourists. Followed by Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and Goa, Rajasthan has also lifted curbs on interstate movement. With Rajasthan again open for tourism, every city is ready to start a new wave of travel. While travel doesn’t look the same as before, states are coming up with effective measures to make the travel safe and hassle-free. When it comes to Rajasthan, Jaipur is the city that is close to every heart. Although the monuments have opened their doors for tourists a month back, there is a list of luxurious hotels to stay in Jaipur where people can visit and enjoy a safe stay during the Covid-19. Maintaining all the protocols and guidelines issued by the government, they are ready to welcome their guests with much vigor and grandeur. Read more

      Beyond the beauty of Agra’s Taj Mahal, Fatehpur Sikri is another feather on the cap of the Mughal Emperors. Once considered to be the capital of the Mughal Empire, this medieval city holds a special place in the history of the Mughals.

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      Udaipur is called out as the ‘Venice of the East’ which is particularly famous for its lakes and royal forts. But beyond that this city is also in the vicinity of many other cities of Rajasthan which makes a perfect road trip.

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      Holding the rich history of India, Patna was founded in the 5th century BC and was named Patiliputra back then. Adorned by the marvelous ruins, this modern city is more than just a city. Read more

      Often called the beautiful “gateway to the north-east”, Siliguri is a surreal city of West Bengal which is located at the base of Himalaya mountains. Considered to be the 2nd largest city in West Bengal, this is famous for being the commercial centre of the region.

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      Pondicherry is one of a kind place in India which is known for the beautiful streets, magnificent architectures and surreal beaches. This Union territory has a rich heritage and a fascinating history which till date leaves the visitors enchanted.

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      Madhya Pradesh is indeed one of the gems of India which leaves no chance to leave a mark in the minds of their visitors. And when it comes to the state, Indore is considered its heart which is blessed with some of the magnificent places in and around.

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      Mumbai is the city which never sleeps, and it’s true to its words. From extravagant nightlife to a plethora of things to do in the day time, one will definitely never get bored in this city.

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      It’s 2020 and high time that women should step and let go off their insecurities of traveling alone especially in a country like India.

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      When planning a trek, apart from checking the weather conditions there is another thing to do which is the foremost. Yes, before anything else, it is important to prepare a self-sufficient trekking gear which will be helpful when there is nothing else around.

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      India is a country which is blessed with some of the most beautiful natural bodies like rivers, mountains, lakes and forests. Read more

      Planning an international vacation is not just a cakewalk. It requires days of research, planning and of course the money to get on that flight and move out of the country.

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      Famously known as the ‘city of temples’, Thanjavur is a beautiful place in South India which is known for its historical importance and cultural significance.

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      Known as the ‘Green land of Gujarat’, Gandhinagar is the capital city of the state and located at a distance of 23 kms from Ahmedabad. Resting by the western banks of Sabarmati river, Gandhinagar is one among the well-planned cities which is also a home to one of the famous temples in India. Read more

      Surrounded by the beautiful meadows and the panoramic views, Patnitop is a beautiful place in Jammu. Enclosed by the snow-capped mountains, this place offers a surreal feeling which is worth exploring. Read more

      A trip to Goa is incomplete without visiting Panaji, the capital of the state. Located across the Mandovi river, this side of the town is known for its luxurious casino ships and cruise boats which lightens up the stagnant water.

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      Going beyond the beaches and mountains, plan a relaxing vacation amidst the forests of Tadoba this time, and get up & close with the wild beasts of the jungle. The Tadoba National Park is a shelter to the endangered species of the Royal Bengal Tigers Read more

      Tucked amidst the mighty hills of Himachal, Dharamshala has become the paradise destination for the adventure junkies. Apart from its undaunted beauty, this little town has a varied range of adventure activities which are is a must experience.

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      Uttarakhand is an abode of glistening rivers which flows from the imposing glaciers situated at the Himalayan peaks. Uttarakhand is a sacred land where 2 holy rivers, Ganga and Yamuna, flow through. But apart from these holy rivers, the state is also a confluence point of many other rivers.

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      Just as the monsoon bids adieu to the land of South India, the air is filled with vigour, joy, and happiness with the arrival of Onam, a significant festival celebrated majorly in Kerala.

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      Resting at the north bank of the river Brahmaputra, the Orang National Park is commonly known as the “Mini Kaziranga” for its resemblance with the landscape of the Kaziranga National Park.

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      Andaman and Nicobar Islands are one of the scattered lonely Islands of India on the Bay of Bengal. Andaman has many tourist attractions to see than the Nicobar Islands. These island groups are the best to take a tour by all ages of people once in a lifetime.

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