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      Kashmir, better known as heaven on Earth, is probably on the bucket list of every Indian that has watched a 90s Bollywood film. With scenery straight out of a framed photograph, the state offers unparalleled experiences to the visiting travelers.

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      It's no secret that Aussies love their adventure. Apart from the country being located on the edges of an island that is home to large expanses of desert, a thriving population of animals including some species that are unique to the continent, there is a myriad of adventure sports that the country offers to locals and visitors alike. Read more

      Sydney, the capital city of Australia, is famous for many things including Australia's prime tourist attraction, The Opera House. These attractions, coupled with the presence of delightful and sunny weather, have turned the capital city of Sydney into a tourist magnet. Read more

      Australia, the country that has perfected the mixture of a laid back beach life and a thriving metropolis. From the Gold Coast to New South Wales, there are numerous examples of Australian cities that have an abundance of summery charm to offer. Read more

      Vacations are the best time to stay and relax with your family. In this coming vacation if you are planning to enjoy with your family in Australia, then Melbourne will be the best place to visit with your family and kids or toddlers.

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      Appealing to all the animal lovers and nature admirers, Jim Corbett National Park is home to some of the most exotic species of flora and fauna. Owing its fame to the Royal Bengal Tigers, this National Park is sitting on the foothills of the majestic Himalayas. Dating back to 1936, Jim Corbett National Parkwas once Hailey National Park and is amongst the oldest ones in the present date.

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      The southern states of India are home to some of the most breathtaking temples on the planet. Boasting intricate architecture, a long history, and an undying following of devotees that flock to these temples all year long, Indian temples are also an important part of the tourism culture of our country. One such temple is the Kukke Subrahmanya Temple located in the Western Ghats of Karnataka. The temple is dedicated to Kartikeya, the Lord Of All Serpents, who is worshipped here as Subrahmanya here.

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      Situated at the node of the largest planned city on the planet (Navi Mumbai), Kharghar is the city’s own private hill stations. Boasting a heady mixture of planned town area, a close proximity to the main city, and a collection of natural marvels, the place has long been an outing favorite of the locals. The node also coincidentally falls on the route to Pune and thus, attracts a number of tourists looking to let themselves loose in the lap of nature from both the cities.

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      Karnataka, a land in the Southern part of India that is blessed impeccably by mother nature, is one of the most popular tourist places in the country. There is no dearth of natural wonders covering the corners of this state. One such marvel nestled amidst the dense vegetation of the state are Jog Falls.

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      Boasting a beautiful collection of natural wonders like dense forests, exciting trekking trails, mysterious caves, and enchanting waterfalls, Ananthagiri is the perfect destination for a weekend getaway for nature lovers. The presence of Anantha Padmanabha Swamy Temple also makes Ananthagiri Hills a point of religious importance.

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      Melbourne, the capital of Victoria, is regarded as the cultural capital of Australia. The charming city is filled to the brim with exciting activities, an overwhelming amount of awesome food joints, a thriving wine scene, and an abundantly laid back atmosphere.

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      March is the beginning of the autumn season in Brisbane. It is the time of Easter and many school holidays happen during this time in Brisbane in march. March is the best month to have a short trip to Brisbane.

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      The stunning greenery of the coffee plantations of Coorg are an amazing sight along with beautiful waterfalls, undiluted scenery, and huge misty mountains.

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      Ernakulam is a sprawling, residential area known for Marine Drive, a busy waterfront promenade where boats offer backwater cruises. The folklore and hill palace museums explore local heritage through art and antiquities.

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      Discover the place located in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand, Badrinath. Snowfall and Char Dham Yatra in Badrinath is the top attraction among tourists. The best time to visit Badrinath is from May to June and September and October.

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      A land of Rajas and Maharanas, Chittorgarh is a destination in Rajasthan that has witnessed the true meaning of chivalry, romanticism, and tragedy in its bygone days. Boasting about death before dishonor, Chittorgarh is one of the destinations in Rajasthan that is extremely close to the hearts of Rajputs.

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      Guruvayur, also spelled as Guruvayoor, is a temple city fittingly situated in God’s own country, Kerala. Surrounded by interesting folklore, the city is home to the Guruvayur temple.

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      Chandigarh, the capital city of Punjab and Haryana, is home to not only some of the most extraordinary architecture marvels along with numerous natural wonders that are well-preserved. From gardens and Natural Reserves to Zoological Parks and serene lakes, the floors of Chandigarh offer one of the finest juxtapositions of concrete jungles and refreshing nature.

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