The town of Pahalgam (Village of Shepherds) offers breathtaking views. One can just relax in one of the many hotels in Pahalgam, or trek on some of the many mountains. One can trek to Lidderwat, Kolohoi Glacier or to Sonmarg. Snow skiing is an attraction during the winter months (from December to late... more

Gulmarg has been a resort for the kings like Yousuf Shah Chak and Jahangir who used to visit frequently. The old name of Gulmarg was “Gaurimarg”, the name of Lord Shiva’s wife. Yousuf Shah Chak changed its name to Gulmarg, meaning the place of roses. During the early part of the 20th... more

This package covers the scenic beauty of both the North & South Islands of New Zealand, where you get to discover locations like Auckland, Rotorua, Queenstown and Christchurch , Waitomo Glowworm Caves & Milford Sound . #gallery-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3 .gallery-item { float:... more

Dubai is a city which has something to offer everyone, Top Class Hotels, Happening nightlife, superb facilities for a variety of sports and leisure activities and excellent shopping along with the charm and adventure of Arabia – an exceptional blend of modern city and timeless desert. #gallery-4... more

Chunda palace belongs to one of the noble house from the Mewar kingdom, it showcases the rich heritage of the Mewar region. It provides authentic hospitality to our guests, interiors embroidered with hand painted walls & ceiling depicting the rich art work of the region, intricate painting made... more

With the majectic mountain Khangchendzonga towering over Sikkim, it is the perfect antidote to the hassles of daily life. Plunging mountain valleys, Tibetan-style Buddhist monasteries, lushly forested lands are some of the sights your eyes will feast on. Relish the virgin greenery all around, peppered... more

Only few people must have thought of Honeymoon in Ladakh and very few among them must have venture on this direction. But Honeymoon in Ladakh will offer you an enjoyment experienced in none other Honeymoon destination of India. Also known as ‘The Moonland’, ‘Little... more

Kumarakom A boatman balances precariously on the rim of a house boat, his sun browned hands moving a bamboo pole rhythmically guiding the boat along the Vembanad Lake, where the Tiger Prawns, Crabs and Pearl Spotted Fish live silently. It is warm, the air is still, punctuated by the... more

Located on the Nilgiri hills and surrounded by blue mist, Ooty is probably the most celebrated honeymoon destination in India. And rightly so. Plethora of beautiful flowers on the hilly slopes, splendid tea and cardamom plantation and mist covered mountains indeed make Ooty a very... more

With natural beauty at its best, planning your honeymoon in Kovalam is no brainer. Rows of swaying coconut trees are lined along the sandy beaches of Kovalam. Chatting and relaxing under the palm trees with swishing sound of the waves and the breeze in the background will add a romantic... more

On a thin strip between Arabian Sea and Punnamada Lake life moves in a slow motion at Alleppey, allowing abundance of nature in each one’s life. The blue water gushing out of the rocky creaks takes you to the resplendent world untouched by the humms of the modern world. This picture book boondock... more

McLeodganj is located close to the famous Dharmshala in Himachal Pradesh. McLeodganj is the headquarters of the Tibetan government in exile, and home of the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso. Camping is indeed the best way of enjoying the wonders of nature and the warmth of people. Mcleodganj is often called... more

The most obvious reason to travel to the Andamans is to let oneself go completely, to recharge the body and collect new ideas. The Andaman Islands, despite lying more than 1,000 km east of the Indian mainland and only about 300 km west of Bangkok, run the same time as Delhi i.e. the Indian Standard Time.... more

In a special collector’s issue released just before the turn of the century, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TRAVELER gifted the tourists of  the world with a priceless treasure – a well researched compilation of the 50 destinations of a lifetime.  The only Indian destination that featured in it was... more

Nainital – The beautiful lake resort nestles amidst seven hills in a lush valley at an altitude of 1938 metres. In 1841, the British first discovered Nainital as a holiday resort. Today, the town has emerged as one of the most important hill resorts of India. Nainital is a modem hill resort of... more

Darjeeling conjures visions of serenity, of vibrant green hills steeped in splendour, a land of breathtaking beauty crowned by the majestic Himalayas. Darjeeling is one of the most magnificent hill resorts in the world. This heavenly retreat is bathed in hues of every shade. The flaming red rhododendrons,... more

There cannot be a more beautiful destination than Kashmir for honeymoon in India. Kashmir, popularly called as ‘Paradise in India’, is perfect honeymoon place in India to start your new life in the blissful company of each other, in anticipation of what the future holds for them and to... more

House Boat in Kerala Kerala : National Geographic Traveler selects Kerala as ‘one of the 50 must see destinations of a lifetime’ Kerala has some of the pristine hill stations in India, with the entire Western Ghats dotted with evergreens, rolling grasslands, sholas and... more

The history of Goa is dominated by Portuguese colonization. Long before the British gained their first foothold in India, the Portuguese had arrived in India in search of spices and other lucrative products. They were among the first Europeans to colonize some parts of India. Before... more

 
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