Jammu and kashmir
Jammu and Kashmir has been famous for its beauty since time immemorial and was properly described as heaven on earth . The state has some of the best tourist spots in the entire country. Tourists not only India but also the world over come to appreciate the natural beauty of the state. The tourism industry has benefited the economy status. Some of the main attractions in the state are Gulmarg, Pahalgam, Leh, Patnitop and Ladakh. The city of Jammu is popularly known as a city of temples. Srinagar is famous for its lakes and boat house while Kashmir, known for its scenic beauty and rich cuisine is quite popular among tourists. The boat house dal lake is one of the main attractions of Kashmir. Another tourist attraction is the main Mughal Gardens of Srinagar. While on a visit to Kashmir should not also miss some of the different perspectives of adventure available, like trekking, skiing and carrying by raft. Kashmir also has some of the best textbooks in the country. Srinagar is known for its traditional crafts.
Auli, 16 Km.from Joshimath and accessible by a good motorable road, is an ideal Ski resort with it’s slopes comparable to the best in the world. The resort is run by GMVN, which, apart from providing accommodation also organizes all facilities for Skiing. The season extends from January to March during which time skiing festivals and the national championships are held. The Auli slopes, descending from 3049 Mtrs to 2915 Mtrs are flanked by conifers and oaks which cut wind velocity to the minimum. Adding to the thrill of skiing is a 180 degrees view of Himalayan peaks which include Nanda Devi, Kamet, Manaparvat and Dunagiri.The conditions for skiing are perfect. A 500 Mtrs long ski-lift and an 800 Mtrs long chair-lift link the upper and lower slopes and snow beaters and snow packing machines maintain the smoothness of the slopes. Skiers can enjoy almost 20 Km of virgin slopes which provide excellent opportunities for cross country, slalom and down-hill skiing events.An added attraction is a 3.9 Km long cable car which links Joshimath with the upper slopes of Auli and moves on to gorson. GMVN provides modern skiing equipment on higher.
Have you been doing the usual jig around oft-visited tourist spots and are beginning to wonder why you feel so jaded and why everything is beginning to look the same. If yes, what about spending a week among pristine hills, vibrant tribal cultures, and mouth-watering cuisine in the lap of north-eastern India?Tripura is so unlike any state you have visited before that it will begin to charm you the minute you cross its borders, or land in Agartala, the capital of Tripura.Home to nineteen different tribes and thriving settler communities, Tripura’s year-round festivals are its biggest draw! If you are religious minded, unique ceremonies like Ashokashtami, Karchi Puja and the Lamp Festival are a must-see. The hills and plains come alive with folk songs and dances in brilliant costumes at all seasons. Swing to the rhythmic beats of dances such as Lebang, Garia, Hozagiri, Hai-Hak, and Bizu. Don’t miss the Jampui hills that burst into breathtaking shades of orange during the Orange festival in winter.
Pristine beaches greeting the rain gods – surely too good to resist! Goa in the monsoon is an experience worth savoring. So why wait? Pick up your umbrellas and come on a ride with us to rain- kissed Goa!Stunning beaches, lush greenery, unique history, rich culture and amazing cuisine, all go to ensure that Goa is an irresistible deal any time of the year! However, visiting Goa during the monsoons – though not undertaken by many – is truly a romantic and magical experience worth your time. And to boot, you get some of the best holiday deals in Goa during the monsoons!Monsoons in Goa do not necessarily mean being cooped up inside. Apart from lazing around on your veranda enjoying the rain-soaked ambience, you can go fishing, crab hunting, trekking or walk around the countryside, literally soaking in the enchanting surroundings! During the monsoons, Goa is covered by a lush green carpet. The rivers overflow and the blue skies darken to a gray colour. The breathtaking beauty of Goa hits a crescendo during the rainy season. The exquisite smell of soil drenched with rainwater fills the air. Sights and smells worth experiencing any day!
Land and water share a special kinship in Kerala. This land that is supposed to have sprung in front of the sea still basking in the tender care giving water, slowly recovering at his side, cascadent down its hills and valleys and rest quietly in the ponds and exotic lagoons. There are different Kerala along these ponds, thrilling with its own unique culture. For you as a visitor to Kerala, this can be an incredibly different experience just floating on the water business in a country and absorbing this unusual representation of Kerala of the ‘life s. You could begin at Alappuzha, which is hailed as Venice of the East, because of its complex maze of ponds, canals and bridges. When the visitor leaves Alappuzha on a boat trip through Kuttanad, he will travel along the canals where the water level is often higher than that of green fields on either side. You may travel to Cochin through the ponds. Many beautiful views greet you along the way, as the Chinese fishing nets, have said that they have been presented in Kerala by traders of Kublai Khan’s Court A beautiful spot mare accessible Alappuzha is Kumarakom. Green astounding, the village slumbers by the Vembanad Lake. On the landscape of Cruise flashes up vivid contrasts of abundant green and deep blue. As the boat glides along the beautiful green palm fringed waves in the mix of blue water in small wavelets. The place is so beautiful that Henry Baker, an Englishman, has built its flag here in the last century. Now that flag is an elegant English tourist complex. A bird Sanctury 14 acres added to the beauty of Kumarakom. Birds such as water looks, the cuckoo, racing Siberian spend summers happy here.