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    • Things to do
    • Places to visit
    • Hotels and resorts
    • Honeymoon packages
    • Holiday packages
    • Real Traveler Stories

      Places To Visit

      Whether you want to indulge in trekking in the vicinities or want to escape to a new city life sprees or go there are numerous places sprinkled across the globe that satiate the inner travel bug. Having said that, let's explore India’s less explored places Darjeeling and Gangtok. If you are in a dilemma where to head for your next voyage.

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      The westernmost state in India, Gujarat is an idyllic holiday spot with many destinations that are worth a visit. Gujarat is the land of the Father of India, Mahatma Gandhi and to date, the place upholds the values and morals preached by him. Gujarat smells of culture and traditions along with a fervor amongst the people that remains unmatched! The place is full of historical architectural monuments, amazing Gujarati food, rich flora and fauna, and breathtaking sights that promise fun and adventure. And let’s not forget Navaratri which is celebrated most pompously in Gujarat when thousands of people take to the streets and do the traditional dance of Gujarat, dandiya! Albeit the weather is great all year round, it is spellbinding to witness the air of Gujarat during summers; particularly in May!

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      Our peaceful neighbouring kingdom, Bhutan, is well known for its dramatic landscapes, serene monasteries, thrilling trekking trails, and picturesque dzongs. The small country packs a surprising amount of tourist spots and is abundantly gifted in terms of culture and heritage.

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      A Himalayan town resort in the Kumaon region of India, Nainital is one of the most visited and loved tourist destinations in India. It is a hill-station in the Northern part of India that is known for its beauty and exotic charm; it is a place that is a treasure trove of stories from the time of British colonialism.

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      A Wedding day is the happiest day of a couple’s life as they mark their arrival on the beautiful journey of peaceful unison.

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      Concealed in the lap of the enchanted Himalayas, Sikkim is an alluring state in the nation and its kaleidoscopic excellence and mesmeric appeal will make you wonder! Sikkim boasts of its charming magnificence as well as offers an immersing range of activities for tourists to participate in. It also proudly incorporates the world’s third-highest mountain, Kangchenjunga.

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      Mussoorie is known as the ‘Queen of Hills’ and is a beautiful hill station that is located around 35Km from Dehradun. Due to its natural beauty, this place is growing in popularity with each passing year and has various places for exploration in its ambit.

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      Kerala is a beautiful destination in India famous for its backwaters and serene surroundings. There are also many tea gardens, beaches, waterfalls, houseboats, and wildlife sanctuaries in Kerala that makes it such an attractive location for tourists.

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      Flocked by tourists around the year, Goa charms visitors with its legendary nightlife. You can’t say you’ve experienced Goa unless you hit the top party spots here. Whether you want to relax at a beach shack or visit hep nightclubs, Goa will not disappoint you for sure.

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      The coffee plantations of Coorg covered with stunning greenery would charm anyone.

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      Kashmir - the mighty king in the north encompasses the best of lush pastures, tall mountains, dancing rivers, and oozing energy in the air. The land prides itself in being home to almost 12 million people. There are heavenly places to visit in Srinagar, idyllic and concealed in the quietude of the valley, longing to hear your footsteps

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      If you want to visit a city bustling with modern aesthetics and old-world charm, there can be no better contender than Hong Kong. Situated on the eastern side of Pearl River estuary in Southern China, Hong Kong is home to cultural diversity.

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      Iceland is known for its sublime glaciers, snow capped houses, Northern Lights and blue icy caves. However, visiting Iceland in July can make it seem like an altogether different country.

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      You will get a taste of richness and diversity if you visit Turkey in July. Once positioned as the centerpiece of the great Ottoman Empire, the modern Turkish Republic is one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the world.

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      For travellers, France has been the world’s most popular destination for over three decades. Tourists are lured into France’s delectable cuisine, chateaux strewn lanes, fine wines and cosmopolitan culture.

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      The Eurail pass, commonly referred to as all-in-one train ticket offers a flexible access to individuals across most trains in the beautiful land of Europe. The pass, as the name suggests offers you the liberty to go wherever you want and is certainly a lot different as compared to the traditional train tickets.

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      Croatia is one of the most beautiful countries to visit in the world. Croatia receives a lot of tourists because they wish to spend a relaxing vacation there. This place has some of the most amazing beaches in the world and not to forget the beautiful walled city (of Dubrovnik) that deserves to be explored. Unknown to many, Croatia is the origin of the breed of dog called the Dalmatian.

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      Coorg is for the hopeless romantics, nature lovers and adventure seekers which welcomes tourists with open arms throughout the year. It is a treat for nature photographers and coffee aficionados. On the other hand, Munnar is a tranquil and serene place to spend holidays in the natural beauty of lush green and backwaters. Enjoy living in treehouses, exploring wildlife, nature, and boat rides in Munnar. Tourists have compared Coorg vs Munnar several times and it might be difficult but not impossible to choose.   

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      As you move outside, however, you’re introduced to undulating hills, quiet hiking trails and huge natural formations that will leave you awestruck. Check out these places to visit near Shillong that will enrich your holiday.

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      Situated in East Asia, Korea is a region comprising of the Korean peninsula, Jeju island and other smaller islands that are close to the peninsula. Boasting of scenic landscapes and a number of thrilling activities to offer, Korea attracts quite a number of tourists.

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      March is one of the most favoured months for travellers to visit and explore Asia. It is also considered as the last month of the peak season for travellers in Asia. Asia houses some of the gorgeous beaches and a trail of lush-green hills. With all this in store for its tourists, Asia in March becomes all the more beautiful.

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      In Asia, January is considered as the best month for travelling because of its climate and festive.

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      Europe has long been a dream destination for many of us for many reasons. For some, it's the intriguing contrast of European and Indian culture. For some, it's the enigmatic harmony in which the vastly different European cultures coexist. For others, it's the rich history of the continent. Then there are those looking to let loose in the streets of some of the most happening cities on the planet. The list is endless.

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      When you think about travel, you think of Europe. This large continent is flooded with endless options to pick from. If you are looking for a snow-capped mountain, a surreal coast or lush greenery, there is a little something for everyone. From the unique historical cities to bustling metropolitan areas, there is a buffet of places to visit in Europe in April. Read more

      Dharamshala is a beautiful city located in Kangra district, around 18 kms away from Kangra city. Very popular with tourists world over, it has the unique Dhauladhar ranges as a picturesque backdrop, for fun and adventure activities. It also has one of the best cricket stadiums in the country, the Dharamshala Cricket Stadium, where you should not miss watching a match if there happens to be one when you are around.

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