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

      Places To Visit

      Welcome yourself to the Tirthan Valley where Himalayas’ best-kept secrets are hidden. The beautiful mornings by the water, majestic hills, and several serene beauties can be explored in Tirthan Valley. Listening to the sound of water, or watching blue clouds float across the sky is by all means a wondrous experience.

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      Kaza is a main city of Lahaul and Spiti Valley district in Himachal Pradesh. Commonly referred to as “Little Tibet,” the district is a virtual heaven on earth. Despite being a sprawling cold desert, it is a breathtaking place to visit and explore at least once in a lifetime.

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      Bhuntar, located at the convergence of the Beas and Parvati River, is an amazing gateway to Himachal Pradesh - the Queen of Hills. There are several incredible places to visit in Bhuntar.

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      The Canadian city, Calgary is a dominant metropolitan center that occupies most of the eastern parts of Alberta territory. Calgary is surrounded by a landscape of heartfelt excellence. The city lies in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains where the streams of Bow and Elbow meet. The sunniest of all Canadian cities, Calgary has a delicate temperature that even in winter, the weather remains mild.

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      Vizag is the largest city of Andhra Pradesh and is known by many names owing to its popularity, some of them being 'The City of Destiny', 'The Jewel of the East Coast', and so on. Being a port city, it plays a big role in the economy of the country as well.

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      Rajasthan with its diverse culture and distinct geographical features has always enthralled travelers and onlookers from beyond. Its rich and opulent mix of forts and food, desert scrubs and lakes has so much to offer for everyone.

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      Nestled amidst the frothy blue waters of the Arabian Sea, the city of Diu used to be a crucial place on the ancient trade route. Offering a number of beaches, monuments and memorials to explore, you will find plenty of places to visit in Diu.

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      If there is one place that exemplifies the royal beauty and exquisite craftsmanship of South Indian architecture, it’s Belur. The myriad places to visit in Belur corroborate the fact how beautiful and enchanting this place is. Located around 220 km from Bangalore, Belur is small temple town nestled on the banks of River Yagachi in Hassan district of Karnataka. Popularly known as “Banaras of South” or “Dakshina Banaras” Belur is one of the most famous destinations in Karnataka.

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      Hong Kong is a place that has made a name for itself in the list of most desired tourist attractions in the world. Every fall, a lot of tourists flock here to spend some quality time with their friends or family. Though the place is more popular for its unparalleled urban lifestyle and nightlife, the country also has its share of natural wonders. The country has preserved its natural habitat in the form of parks, sanctuaries, and others.

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      If you’ve got sunny skies, golden beaches, sparkly seas and quaint environs on your mind, get your bags packing for a trip to Andaman!

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      When you break the word "Jyotirlinga", it becomes 'jyothi', which means 'radiance' and 'linga, which means phallus. These Jyotirlingas are considered different manifestation of Shiva. There are 12 Jyotirlingas in India spread in strategic locations,

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      Telangana came into formation in the year 2014 on the second day of September and has a large number of tourist attractions that are visited by people from all over the world. The state has a rich historical and cultural heritage and has a large number of temples and monuments to prove so.

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      Nested in the rocky red sandstone with tranquil Agastya Lake surrounding it, Badami in Karnataka will definitely steal your breath away. This is a heart melting landscape founded by the Chalukyas and has earned a great significance in the history.

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      Marked as the most vibrant and grandest place in India, Rumtek Monastery also known as Dharmachakra Centre is a prime tourist’s attraction.

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      Situated on the banks of River Kabini, Kapila, also called as Kabini, is an ideal recluse for nature lovers and travellers alike. Filled with a rich variety of flora and fauna, exquisite waterfalls and an abundance of wildlife ranging from carnivores to mammals to birds, Kabini has everything that a wildlife enthusiast aspire for.

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      The state of Karnataka is home to some of the most amazing landforms, flora, fauna and an impressive historical legacy. Karnataka has been home to some of the most regal and opulent dynasties that have left an incredible amount of historical places in Karnataka and archaeological wealth for future generations. It was inhabited since the Paleolithic era and offers a fantastic exploration experience for the history buffs and other tourists from all over the world.

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      People often look for a holiday getaway, which is not like any other normal city but is distinctive. Jaipur is one such place that stays distinctive with its pink coloured building for which it got its title “Pink City.”

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      Agra is synonymous with Taj Mahal! There is though a ‘world’ beyond this magnificent monument which provides immense fuel for sightseeing activities in Agra.

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