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      To embark on the journey of a lifetime, no place has been able to surpass the aura and charm of Indonesia so far. Whether you wish for a romantic, adventurous, laid-back, or a lavish vacation,

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      Known as the portal to north-east India, Siliguri is one of the most important cities for tourists all around the world. It not only connects the seven sisters to mainland India but this glorious city is also a connection to the four international borders of China, Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh. Upon that, it’s cool climate and raw beauty invite people from warmer areas more often than one would think.

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      Karnataka. What do you think when you hear the name? Jog Falls, some amazing wildlife sanctuaries and beaches would have been the first thing that would have come to your head.

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      Caves have been housing the primate population of earth since the beginning of life. They have been the source of many innovations and evolution of the human species. Read more

      "Blue seas, virgin islands and colonial past.” The phrase sums up Andaman for you. Some of the earliest archaeological pieces of evidence suggest that the inhibition of the Islands dates back to 800 BC, which was sometime during the middle Paleolithic age. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands were occupied by tribes called Andamanese and hence the name.

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      The tropical islands of Phi Phi are a popular holiday destination for party goers and beach animals from around the world. If you are wondering how to reach Phi Phi Islands,

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      Located in North India, Uttarakhand is famous for its snow-clad mountains and green covers which soothe your eyes and revitalize your soul. Cool breeze from mountains, picturesque sunsets and local delicacies of Uttarakhand makes it an ideal place for exploration for nature lovers.

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      We’ve grown up understanding that when it comes to stars, it's more is the merrier, and the 7 star hotels in the world further reinforces this theory. These hotels not only reflect timeless luxury and class but

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      Sipping on a cup of piping hot tea and gazing at early-morning views of sloping fields and misty hills of Manali from the window of your rustic little cottage might forever just stay a dream for most of us. But with the help of some of the best cottages in Manali, we can make that dream a reality

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      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

      Ramnagar is a very beautiful though a small town and a municipal board in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, India. It is known to be the gateway to  one of the oldest national parks in India - the magnificent Corbett National Park. It is also known to have quite a religious touch and significance.

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      Delhi with its extreme weather conditions, clamorous streets and a humdrum life can get to your nerves at times. And the best cure at such moments is to just pack your bags, drag a couple of travel companions, or not and head out straight on the road.

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      Goa is not just about Baga, Calangute, Tito's and Mambo. There is another side to the party capital of our country that you must explore and it's down south.

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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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      Hotels are, primarily, establishments to provide comfortable and, maybe, luxurious lodging. But what if the moment you step into a hotel, a light breeze glides past your hair, windows and doors start squeaking, and strange sounds and smells fill up the spacious room?

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      Kashmir to Kanyakumari is what is often used as a phrase to define India’s beauty and of course, length and while you might have heard a lot about Kashmir, Kanyakumari remains unappreciated and therefore we bring to you, Kanyakumari. The Southernmost city in India situated in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu where the Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal meet, Kanyakumari is the only place in the whole world where one can witness both the rising and the setting of the sun. The smallest district in the state, Kanyakumari is a popular tourist destination. It has a coastal line stretched on the three sides,

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      If you are a hotel guest, then you need a good experience - feel safe, comfortable and respected. To this effect, devotees coming to Rameshwaram to attend yearly festivals and events can always find a stunning and classy place to stay.

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      Mangalore, also known as Mangaluru, is situated at a distance of approximately 295 km from Bangalore in the South Indian state of Karnataka.

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      Amid beautiful south Indian state of India, there lies a mesmerizing place named Coonoor, resting at a staggering altitude of 1850 metres. The second largest hill station in Tamil Nadu, Coonoor is as amazing as it gets. Chennai is about 600 km away from here and the nearest airport is Coimbatore international airport that has regular flights from and to Chennai.

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      Kerala is as amazing as it gets and that is why we keep coming back to it. The topic of the conversation is Kottayam and homestays in Kottayam. While planning a Kerala-trip, several tourists often miss Kottayam. What they do not know is that Kottayam is one of the most beautiful towns in Kerala that is not only aesthetically pleasing but culturally and historically enriching as well.

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      Gurgaon (now Gurugram) is also popular as the “Financial & Technological hub” of the country. Due to its fast growth, especially urbanisation, this region witnesses a busy atmosphere throughout the year.

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      Alibaug, also known as Alibag is a coastal town of Western India. Located at a distance of only 118km from Mumbai, the town has turned out to be one of the favorite getaway destinations for Mumbaikars.

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      Isn’t it fascinating, the name Madikeri? Well, if it is then so is the town! Madikeri is a hill town known for being home to Raja’s seat, a simple monument overlooking forests and rice paddies.

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      Tucked away on the coast of the western coast is the beautiful and ancient town of Mahabalipuram. The town is today a world heritage site that draws in a huge number of tourists from all over the globe. People come here for the serenity of the seas and the rock-cut ancient temples that have stood the test of time.

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      Coorg being in a beautiful and scenic place has a lot of tourist footfalls hence a lot many locales have converted their houses into holiday homes. They are very well maintained and are furnished. Resorts are when you want hotel-like feeling with everything perfect in a commercial sense.

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