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      Kabini is one of the most popular locations in Karnataka which is famous among tourists and is well known for its backwaters and rivers. The places in Kabini are entirely surrounded by greenery and different species of flora and fauna which enhance the beauty of this city.

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      Mangalore is a coastal city located in the state of Karnataka. Those who are fed up with their busy schedules and work pressure for them it is suggested to plan a trip and of course, there will be nothing better than a week trip to Mangalore. To enhance the enjoyment of your trip, you can check out the various resorts near Mangalore that will help you go about your trip with ease and comfort.

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      Chail is a mountain station in Himachal Pradesh, India. Known for its beauty and primeval forests, there are many reasons why tourists love visiting Chail. There are some awesome places in Chail such as the famous Chail Palace which is renowned for its architecture and the Cricket stadium of Chail which is the highest in the world.

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      Mahabaleshwar is a pilgrim town in Maharashtra, one that is famous amongst travelers across the country. The city draws a great deal of historical significance from the lineage of the Maratha dynasty and the rulers.

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      Dharamshala is an adorable city located in Himachal Pradesh entirely surrounded by cedar forests. It is known to be the home of the Dalai Lama and is famous for Buddhism. If you want to explore Buddhist culture, then Dharamshala is the place to go.

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      Kasauli is a small town in the Solan district of Himachal Pradesh in India. It is a great place for solitude lovers, those seeking adventure and the ones on a romantic honeymoon. Though Kasauli is in a hilly region of the state, it has got a pleasantly moderate climate which is thoroughly enjoyed by tourists and locals. While visiting Kasauli, you can check out the amazing resorts near it for a pleasant and happy stay!

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      Diu is regarded as the tenth populated coastal town located in the eastern part of Diu Island and is well-known for its popular fortress along with the old Portuguese Cathedral. It has many historical places one can explore and there are many incredible places one can visit in Diu. It is important that while planning a trip to Diu, you must check out the stays near the place.

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      Located on the banks of the great Yamuna River at the foothills of Western Ghats mountains in Maharashtra, Nashik is the city that is known for its grape and wine in India. Some of the most popular and well-known tourist attractions of the grape and wine capital of India are Muktidham, Panchavati temple complex, Sita Gufa, and Sula Vineyard. Besides all this, there are many different places that are worth traveling in the nearby region of Nashik.

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      Puri, the soul of Odisha, is a rare gift of god to nature. It is a blessing for the people of Odisha to witness the holiness of the city and get resorts near puri. Puri is the favorite place if a family wants to enjoy family time and along with that a trip to a holy place as puri is the land of sacred beaches as well as a land of Lord Jagannath.

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      Dalhousie is one of the most popular and pristine hill stations of Himachal Pradesh. This region is named after the British governor named Dalhousie and was established in 1854 located at the height of 1970 meters above sea level.

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      If you are tired of your hectic urban life and want to rejuvenate your soul, mind, and body in nature then Kottayam is the ideal destination for you. It is blessed with an abundance of natural resources and beauty. With its serene hill stations, beautiful churches, charming temples, and refreshing waterfalls this place is considered to be the gem of a place.

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      Pachmarhi is a greenery paradise of Madhya Pradesh and is one of the major tourist attractions of the state. While touring Pachmarhi, you will get to see the dense waterfalls and famous caves that have a historical connection with Mahabharata and Pandavas.

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      A popular destination located in Himachal Pradesh, Mcleodganj is the perfect place for adventure lovers. The culture followed in Mcleodganj is a beautiful blend of Britishers and Tibetan. Mcleodganj is a town located on the upper side of Dharamshala. The major population of Tibetans is residing in Mcleodganj, cradled in beautiful mountains and surrounded by lush greenery, the place attracts tourists throughout the year. This town is marked byTibetan prominence. Many famous monasteries like Namgyal Monastery, Tsuglagkhang Monastery are situated in Mcleodganj. But it doesn’t end there. The amazing resorts near Mcleodganj are exciting and add to the charm!

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      An island that resembles the shape of a tortoise, it is a district in Gujarat and the largest district of India. It is the land of culture, color, and amazing topography. Yes, we are talking about Kutch! The literal meaning of Kutch is wet and dry but in Sanskrit it means Tortoise. A major part of Kutch, Great Rann of Kutch deluges in the water at the time of monsoon season and gets dry at the time of winters. Kutch is gifted with great art and architecture from Indus Valley Civilization to the Rao Dynasty. But this is not all! There are some amazing resorts near Kutch which add the tourism angle to the place.

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      A hill station on Western Ghats of Maharashtra at 1,800ft above the sea level boasts of places giving spectacular views. You might want to consider Khandala for your next weekend getaway. Not only does it have viewpoints but the beauty of Khandala is also enhanced with a three-tiered waterfall which is set in a valley. The Bhaja and Karla Caves are ancient which talk about Buddhist Culture.

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      With every passing day, Madikeri is becoming one of the most popular hill stations in Karnataka. As the place is located quite close to Kodagu, many people consider spending their weekends out there. The town is famous not only because of the natural beauty in the city but also because of its historical significance. The city has witnessed reigns of several dynasties including the Kadambas, the Cholas, the Haleris and finally the British rule. It is an ancient town that has encountered so many historical battles that it is tough to keep count.

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      A beautiful hill station set in the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, it is a widely visited and very much-loved holiday destination owing to its magnificent tea gardens. It is known to be home to many waterfalls and one of the finest waterfalls in the region is found in Bundla Chasm. For nature enthusiasts, witnessing birdlife and views of the snow-capped Dhauladhar range is known to be a true paradise. Yes, it's Palampur!

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      Nestled in the western ghats, Coorg is a district of the Indian state of Karnataka. Coorg is the Anglicised name for Kodagu. Coorg is a famous historical town that is surrounded by a whiff of mystery and provides ample of adventure sports and alcohol.

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      Rameshwaram is a small town in the southern region of Tamil Nadu which is known for its pristine beaches, temples and other attractions that are perfect for a getaway. Apart from the beaches and temples,

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      Puducherry or Pondicherry is one of the most beautiful southern territories of India and one that is known for its serenity and calmness. It is a small town situated close to the Bay of Bengal and when you find yourself standing on the beaches of Pondicherry, you can feel your feet soak on the gentle sand and the water splashing slowly on your feet and the sun looking brighter than ever; such is the charm of the town.

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      Somnath is located on the western coast of Gujarat and is a place that is abode to several tourist attractions like the Panch Pandav Gufa, the Bhalka Tirth, and the Prabhas Patan Museum. There are many temples which have historical lineages right from the ancient times like the Laxminarayan temple, the Triveni Sangam temple, the Suraj Mandir and the Parshuram temple.

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      Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand is one of the biggest national parks in India, a wildlife sanctuary that is home to many flora and fauna as it embraces diversity and animal care. It is well known for its tiger reserve program as it houses the mighty Bengal Tigers.

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      Mashobra is all about nature's beauty and historic significance. Just 12 km away from Shimla, Mashobra is a better place if you want to avoid the crowd and spend a peaceful vacation in the lap of nature. It is surrounded by scenic landscapes, it lets you enjoy leisure time in the tranquillity of hills.

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      Parwanoo is a beautiful unexplored town in Solan valley of Himachal Pradesh that is quite close to Chandigarh. Like other Himachali towns, this hill station is covered with the lush greenery of the coniferous forest as well. Also, you will get to view the majestic mountains from anywhere in the town.

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      We are all aware of Rajasthan’s reputation for its palaces, forts and the traditional Rajasthani culture. But what we don’t know is that it is also a dwelling to one of the most popular Tiger reserve sanctuaries in the country, that is, Ranthambore.

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