This natural abode is characterized by heavy rainfall, impenetrable woody hills and the white feathery waterfalls. A walk on the clouds may appear dreamy, but it is possible in Cherrapunji.
The sky scrapping hills offer a view of the lush green area, the floating clouds and the rustic lifestyle of the local residents.
Declared by UNESCO as a world natural heritage, this river island has preserved well the antique weapons, utensils, jewelry and other items of cultural significance of the hundreds of year old Assamese civilization. The natives of Majuli are worshipers of Mother Nature; agriculture and fishing are the prime source of earning for the local people.
|Udayagiri & Khandagiri Caves|
The wall carvings and rock-cut painting in these caves tell us much about the origin and development of Jainism.
It is a heaven for the adventure lovers who love to do snorkeling and scuba diving. You can still feel the tranquil whispering of the sea waves in this less tourist frequented beach of Maharashtra.
The early remains found in Wayanad bear witness to its thousands of year old existence. The nature is well restored in this part of Kerala and thus planning your next tour to this region will surely be a good option for the peace lovers.
|Bhimbetka Rock Shelters|
Comparatively the terrain of Bhimbetka is less explored and thus spending a holiday vacation in this part of the country could be a good idea for knowledge seekers. The magic spell of nature can also be felt in the vicinity of Bhimbetka.
|Daman & Diu|
The far stretching shoreline adds on enchanting charm to this beautiful abode. Dotted by forts and churches, Daman & Diu is a good choice for those who want to explore the unexplored.
Presenting a fine fusion of land, water and the cloud kissing mountains, Pangong Tso is one of the best less hundered tourist destinations in the country.
Dotted with several temples, shrines and natural wonders, this Almighty’s abode is also a good option for the spiritual peace seekers.
Contributed by Gaurav Kumar