There is nothing wrong with calling India a land of lakes. You can find a glimpse of beautiful lakes in almost every part of this country. You would be amazed to know that there are 62 natural lakes in India. Some of them are amongst the highest lakes in the world. So, today I have made a list of some of the most iconic lakes in India. Obviously, I will not write about all the lakes here but will take you on a short trip to the most beautiful lakes in India that are worth your visit.Read More
Nahan is a surreal town located in Himachal Pradesh. This small beautiful town is at an altitude of 938 meters from sea level. Over the years, for Delhiites and those who live in NCR, Nahan has become a perfect getaway location for weekends. The town is just 260 kms away from the capital of India. It will only take around 6 hours to reach Nahan by road from Delhi.Read More
Are you fed up watching pictures showing a flock of tourists at Manali, Shimla, and other famous hill stations? I am sure you are, and now you want to visit places where you can find tranquillity and close affinity with nature. During the peak seasons, it is always better to choose destinations that are lesser-known yet awestruck. So, in this article, you will read about unexplored hill stations near Delhi.Read More
Roopkund lake is a glacial lake nestled at the steep base of the Trisul and Ghunti mountains of the Himalayan range. This mysterious lake is located at the height of 16500 feet above sea level in the Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. The Roopkund lake is one of the most pristine lakes of Uttarakhand. However, it is not just famous for its beautiful location but also for the mystery surrounding it. So, today we are going to untangle the mystery surrounding this spookiest lake of Uttarakhand.Read More
Built on the banks of the Yamuna, Delhi is a beautiful city of India. It is a vibrant city with people of lively nature. Delhi is one of the fastest developing cities in India. It is a culturally rich city, witnessing a blend of various people from different parts of India. This is what makes the city more beautiful. But, do you know, this fast-paced city has many things that are yet uncharted by many. Yes, you heard it right. There are various things about Delhi that are never heard or read by many people living in the city. Through this article, I have written down the surprising facts about Delhi. You must read till the end.Read More
Far from the mountains, miles away from the valleys, and unknown to beaches, Delhi is still one of India’s most eventful places. It is not just the capital of India but a melting pot of various cultures, people, food, and whatnot. Today, through this blog, I will introduce you to the historic side of Delhi. Most of the Delhiites have been to various places across India and outside but have not unravelled the capital itself. This is true, even I have been unknown to so many historical sites in Delhi.Read More
Shillong is a hill station located at an altitude of 4990 feet above sea level. It is the capital city of Meghalaya. But do you know, formerly the town was called Lewduh? Later the name changed to Shillong. Shillong is a beautiful city situated at the centre of the Shillong plateau. It is a wonderful travel destination and home to several cascades, mountain summits, lush greenery and, of course, serves as the gateway for the place receiving the highest rainfall in the world, i.e. Mawsynram.Read More
Chandrashila, which literally means Moonrock, is one of the most famous and exquisite treks at an altitude of 12110 ft above sea level. Chandrashila is a Tungnath summit, and if you have an itchy foot, you should be in your boots and start your journey. Trekking at Chandrashila is not as strenuous as you might think. It is rather an easy trek, having cemented trail and swift path. But before you hop onto trekking, you should know about a small legend associated with Chandrashila.Read More
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, better known as the land of Kala Pani, is one of India’s most beautiful Island travel destinations. These remote Islands have many things to offer to all their tourists. From exotic beaches to rich marine biodiversity, the place is a perfect call for all beach lovers. Andaman and Nicobar is a union territory of India with pristine beaches and awestruck coral reefs, and immense sea.
But, do you know, not just beautiful beaches and Coral reefs, the place is also trendy for various other things. So, in the next few minutes, you all are going to get impressed and amazed by the things this land of Kala Pani has to offer.
If you are a wildlife lover or just want to have recreation with your loved ones then Jim Corbett National Park is an ideal weekend vacation spot. Roughly 250 to 300 km from Delhi, Jim Corbett National Park is a treat for your eyes. Rich flora and fauna and marshy lands procure 50 mammal species, 25-33 different types of reptiles, 110 tree species, and 580 species of birds.Read More