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      The second wettest land in the world is Cherrapunjee, Meghalaya. The place receives rain throughout the year yet between the long stretches of October and April, the storm is moderately low. This spot is ideal for trekking and climbing through mud and roots.

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      Chennai is a very beautiful city and the capital of the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is well known to be home to Fort St. George said to be built in 1644 and which has now become a very popular museum in the city.

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      Pick any foreigners, and ask them the place they wanted to visit in India. The top answer will of course be the symbol of Love, Taj Mahal. But the second choice will surely make you all go surprised. Yes, it is none other than our own "God's own Country", called Kerala.

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      Kalimpong is a beautiful city in the state of West Bengal. This place is very much close to the hill station, Darjeeling. It is based at an altitude of 1250 m. This city is a municipality and the headquarters of the Kalimpong district. Kalimpong is located on the outskirts of Bengal and very much near to the state of Sikkim.

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      True to its name which means, "The land of Paddy fields", Kannur is one of the most beautiful nature places in the country. It is a beautiful hill town located in the deep south of the nation that by all means is the little heaven on Earth.

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      Just 2 kilometers from Shimla, you have one of the most amazing destinations that offers an offbeat experience and has the world’s highest cricket ground. Yes, we are talking about Chail.

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      The popular hill station, Ranikhet, also referred to as Queen’s farm had been developed by Britishers in and around the ancient temples. Surrounded by hills and forests, the hill station offers a natural beauty that can freshen up the senses like no other. Popular as the Headquarters of Kumaon regiment,

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      Landour is a very beautiful yet small cantonment town contiguous with Mussoorie just about 35 km from the heavenly city of Dehradun, Uttarakhand. It is one of the finest hill stations in India since the very old British Raj era. Back in the days, it was widely known as ‘Queen of the Hills’.

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      Bhimtal, one of the most popular towns situated in Uttarakhand, is also a very popular tourist destination, located at an altitude of 1370 metres. Easily accessible from Naintal, this destination is famous for Lake Bhimtal.

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      If you have been planning for an exotic and luxurious getaway, Srinagar is possibly one of the best places for that. Often referred to as a piece of heaven on Earth, Srinagar is known for its unmatched beauty and even more amazing sightseeing spots that you otherwise wouldn’t think of.

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      Lonavala is a gorgeous hill town situated in the district of Pune, Maharashtra. It is situated 65 km away from Pune city and 80 km away from Mumbai.

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      Tasmania is an isolated island situated off the south of Australia, and is well-known for its rugged, vast wilderness areas, heavily guarded within reserves and parks. Hobart, the capital of this Island has the world’s most fascinating art galleries.

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      50 km to the north of Manali into the Eastern Pir Panjal lies Rohtang Pass, nature’s perfect spectacle. It connects two beautiful valleys of Himachal Pradesh - Manali and Lahaul & Spiti. The name Rohtang means ‘ground of corpses’ and it was assigned to this pass because

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      When the pressures of modern-day existence pile up, we look to escape to the lap of nature to revitalise our senses and nourish our souls. Tucked away in the north-east corner of God’s Own Country, Kerala, is tranquil Wayanad. Mist laden mountains, lush paddy fields stretching to the horizon and an excellent range of resorts in Wayanad make it the ideal destination to spend few relaxed days. Whether you’re looking for five-star grandeur or budget resorts in Wayanad, you won’t be disappointed.

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      A paradise often sought by the honeymooners, Munnar is one place that is perfect in all perfections and blends luxury with nature in an extraordinary way.

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      Tirupati, also known as Balaji or Govinda, is an important pilgrimage town located at the southern end in the state of Andhra Pradesh. It is one of the oldest cities in the country and houses a large number of holy temples like Srivari Mettu, Tirumala temple, Sri Govindarajaswami temple, and ISKCON Tirupati; the prominent one being the Sri Venkateswara Temple.

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      Kabini, an initial private hunting area for the British, is an extremely popular wildlife destination today. In addition to offering exquisite wildlife habitat, it also offers an abundance of beautiful flora and fauna that make the gorgeous tourist spot even more alluring.

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      Daman, a city in the union territory of Daman and Diu is one of the most alluring seaside destinations in India that is ideal for a delightful vacation. Located by the Arabian Sea, Daman has a rich heritage and was under Portuguese colony during the pre-independence era.

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      Lansdowne is a beautiful city in the Indian state of Uttarakhand that was named after the viceroy, Lord Lansdowne. The city is located at an elevation of 1700 meters above sea level.

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      Ramnagar is a sweet heavenly town located in the Nainital district of Uttarakhand, India. It is also a municipal board and has been considered to be one of the finest holiday destinations owing to its amazing ambience and remarkable hospitality.

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      Rajasthan has always been known as the land of Rajputanas and its every fort and palace depicts the past of the royal families. In the present day, these palaces are converted into beautiful hotels which gives a peek of the royalty to the visitors. These heritage 5-star hotels in Rajasthan still hold the same charm and grandeur which is represented by the Rajputana architecture.

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      Dalhousie is known as the summer retreat of India. The city of Dalhousie is built on five hills, namely, Kathalag, Potreyn, Terah, Bhangora, and Bakrota. The town is surrounded by virgin forests and snow-capped peaks. If you are a mountain lover, you must not miss an opportunity to explore the places in and around the town.

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      If you are planning a visit to Goa, at least a day should definitely be spent at the Dudhsagar falls. Dudhsagar is one of the tallest waterfalls in Goa with a height of 310m. Dudhsagar falls lie on the Mandovi river. The beautiful Dudhsagar Falls is located on the borders of Karnataka and Goa.

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      Athirapally is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Kerala. The magnificent Athirapally waterfalls are amongst the most visited tourist destinations in Kerala. In addition to the magnificent waterfall, Athirapally is also famous for its lush-green forest that makes it one of the most beautiful places for a holiday. Athirapally lies in the Thrissur district of Kerala.

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      Gokarna is home to some of the most scenic beaches in the country. Be it with your family, a large group of friends, or a loved one, the town has something for everyone. The coast offers more than just clean waters. There are adventure sports, camping, hiking, and lots of water expeditions.

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