As the dawn cracks, Kerala gleams, beckoning visitors yet another learning day in the state. Dolled up in green, the state calls out to travellers from far and near to relish a holiday in India unlike any other. Kerala’s major allurement lies in its topography; where it is fringed by the azure blue Arabian Sea on its western side, the east is protected by the mighty and famed Western Ghats. It also enjoys a cordial relationship with some scenic destinations of the neighbouring states of Karnataka in the north and Tamil Nadu in its east and south.
If there is one thing that anybody can assure you of, it is this. When it comes to traveling in India, you will never ever complain of boredom. This is one country that is filled to bursting with lots of fun experiences, some of which border on the bizarre!
The trek to Bhagsu is short but a refreshing one! There are two places to be visited in Bhagsu. One being the Bhagsu temple, which is also a pilgrim centre for Hindus. It is also referred as the Bhagsunag temple, a temple of Lord Shiva. It is very historic and has its own significance. The other place to be visited is the Bhagsu / Bhagsunag waterfalls. They are 20 minutes away from the temple. The waterfall is mid-sized, cascading from the height of 20 meters. The waterfall is truly a phenomenal site during monsoons.
February is one of the ideal times to visit almost any place in India. And it’s just not the weather that’s on your side by this time, and the seasons on the brink of a warmer spring, but the calendar this year, that has a long weekend marked over this month that starts on the Valentines, extends itself over a Monday you shouldn’t find very hard to overlook, all the way to Mahashivratri on Tuesday. So, here is a list of the best places to visit in India in February for a holiday to make the most of this month.
What comes to your mind when I say hotel? Hospitality, luxury, a place where you can relax after travelling. But, how would you feel if you hear someone laughing in the corridor? Or someone pulling your blanket while you are sleeping in your bed? Scary isn’t it? To put your queries to rest, let me tell you there are certain hotels in India where there have been some signs of paranormal activities. Some of you may completely avoid staying at such places, but then some brave hearts would love to deep dig the horror stories. Next time when you are travelling book your room at these haunted hotels of India and experience the ghosts and spirits firsthand.
Telangana has officially been made a separate state on 2nd June 2014. So while everyone is busy trying not to forget that India now has 29 states, we went ahead and prepared a list of the best tourist places in Telangana has to offer. And mind our words when we say that Telangana might be new but its history and culture have endless opportunities for an avid traveler. So start planning your trip to Telangana right away and make sure that this list finds it’s place in your itinerary for sure.
The Chelavara Falls is known to be one of the most beautiful waterfalls in this region and consider as one of the finest Coorg tourist places. Also known as Embepare, the sight of the cascading water amidst the verdant coffee plantations is a sight to behold. The Chomakund hill is located a couple of kilometres from these falls. Atop this hill, you get an eagle’s eye view of the plains beneath. The hill is foggy at most times. You can even see the Arabian Sea from this hill.
In 2014, ten weeks after having their first child, Karen Edwards and Shaun Bayes decided to make the most of maternity leave, packing up their belongings, renting out their London home and hitting the road for an adventure that took them across New Zealand and South East Asia, all with newborn daughter Esmé in tow. Karen’s unique experiences led to her starting a successful blog called Travel Mad Mum, where she offered advice and information to other parents and would-be-adventurers. And now, having had a second baby in June, Karen and Shaun have done the exact same thing again, this time heading to Central and South America with the now three-year-old Esmé and the latest addition, four-month-old Quinn.
Tiny Singapore now has the world’s most powerful passport, according to a new ranking, with its citizens able to travel to the greatest number of countries visa free.
In a vast country like ours, resource management would be so much easier if all our infrastructural facilities operate in line with one another.