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Auli is a Himalayan ski resort and hill station in the north Indian state of Uttarakhand. It is bordered by coniferous and oak forests as well as by Nanda Devi and Nar Parvat mountains. A long cable car joins Auli with the town of Joshimath. North of Auli is full of   Badrinath Temple, a Hindu pilgrimage site, and the Valley of Flowers National Park, with its alpine flora and wildlife like snow leopards and red foxes.

Auli Uttarakhand

Auli which comes in Uttarakhand is well-known for the fascinating ski resorts and stunning natural vistas. Covered by the snowy peaks of the Himalayas, this hilly terrain provides the sceneries of oak fringed slopes, coniferous forests, apple orchards and deodar trees, and spectacular views of the lofty mountain ranges. You can visit the skiing hotspot of India to enjoy a white winter.


Gulmarg is a town, a hill station, famous for skiing destination, and a revealing area committee in the Baramulla district, Jammu and Kashmir. The town is located in the Pir Panjal Range in the western Himalayas.


Gulmarg is known as one of the top honeymoon destinations in India. Gulmarg boasts, being a beautiful town without the crowd like Manali and Shimla. Gulmarg is structured as an adventurous hub by the Indian Institute of Skiing and Mountaineering is located here.

A lot of courses on trekking, mountaineering, skiing, and snowboarding are done by people over there. There are a lot of private tour operators in Gulmarg which provide courses and facilities for skiing, snowboarding, and trekking.  It is also known for its scenic beauty, Gulmarg is a famous destination for shooting of various Bollywood films.


Kutch district is a district of Gujarat state in western India, with its headquarters at Bhuj.


Virtually it is an island same as the shape of a tortoise, Kutch is an old princely state of India holding onto its glory nature from years. Kutch is a beautiful and surreal place in India with the huge expanses of the white salt desert.

The place is more known during the winters when the Rann Festival arrives from December to February everywhere in which there are huge camp settlements with cultural programs, functions, and adventure activities like hot-air ballooning.

Kutch is also known as the largest district of India with a terribly low population density. As Kutch lies on the India-Pakistan border and one can see parts of Pakistan from Kutch.

Kutch is well-known for crafts and embroidery works, Flamingo Sanctuary and Wild Ass Sanctuary. Bhuj is an ideal starting point to visit the Rann of Kutch. The amazing beaches of Mandvi near Bhuj are totally worth visiting during your trip to Kutch.


Alleppey is a city on the Laccadive Sea in the southern Indian state of Kerala. It is famous for houseboat cruises along with the rustic Kerala backwaters, a network of tranquil canals and lagoons.

Alappuzha Beach is the site of the 19th-century Alappuzha Lighthouse.  Mullakkal Temple features a traditional design. Punnamada Lake’s snake boat races are a well-known annual event.


Officially called Alappuzha, Alleppey is a city in the South Indian state of Kerala. Bordering the Laccadive Sea, it is well-known for its wide network for connecting, palm-fringed canals called backwaters and joining Ayurvedic resorts.

Alleppey is also known for its Houseboat cruises that pass through the serene backwaters, where you can catch glimpses of green paddy fields, choir making activities, beautiful avifauna and witness the life of locals in Kerala.

Alleppey beach in the Arabian Sea is a pretty good example of the gems you’d find along the Malabar Coast. The appeal of this beach is only boosted by the history attached to it, and a walk down the 137-year old pier is a must.

Make sure to catch a traditional snake boat race in the months of August and September and try out some palm wine at a local toddy shop for adding a touch of authenticity to your travel experience in Allepey.


Havelock Island is part of Ritchie’s Archipelago, in India’s the Andaman Islands. It’s known for its dive sites and beaches, like Elephant Beach, with its coral reefs. Crescent-shaped Radhanagar Beach is a popular spot for watching the sunset.

On the island’s east side, rocky sections mark long, tree-lined Vijay Nagar Beach. The island’s forested interior is home to birdlife such as white-headed mynas and woodpeckers.


Havelock Island is one of the largest and most famous islands in the Andaman and Nicobar. Also named as Swaraj island. Havelock Island is a heaven of silky white sand beaches, crystal blue water, rich corals, and verdant forests.

There is no dearth of beauty on this little island as the reputed and much-loved Radhanagar and Vijaynagar Beaches are also right on its southern shores. Havelock Island is also liked by those who want to engage in scuba diving, snorkeling, and deep-sea diving.

The pristine shores and the aquamarine waters of the island stretch right across its expanses! Elephant beach and Kalapathar beach are the two most popular beaches on the island and are particularly for the views of the sunrise and sunsets.

The narrowed roads of the island winding alongside the coastline or through dense tropical jungles offer great rides on rental scooters. The island was named after a British General and comprises of Ritchie’s Archipelago and a collection of five villages.


Delhi is known as the Capital of the country w. In Old Delhi, a neighborhood dating to the 1600s, stands the imposing Mughal-era Red Fort, a symbol of India, and the sprawling Jama Masjid mosque, whose courtyard accommodates 25,000 people. Nearby is Chandni Chowk, a vibrant bazaar filled with food carts, sweets shops, and spice stalls.

Lotus Temple, DELHI

A symbol of the country’s rich past and thriving present, Delhi is a city where ancient and modern blend seamlessly together. It is a place that not only touches your pulse but even fastens it to a frenetic speed.

Home to millions of dreams, the city takes on unprecedented responsibilities of realizing dreams bringing people closer and inspiring their thoughts.

Following are famous tourist places of Delhi:

  • Akshardham Temple
  • Azad Hind Gram
  • Lotus Temple
  • Birla Mandir
  • Dilli Haat
  • Dilli Haat INA
  • Dilli Haat Pitampura
  • Dilli Haat Janakpuri
  • Garden of Five Senses
  • Humayun’s Tomb
  • India Gate
  • Iskcon Temple
  • Jama Masjid
  • Jantar Mantar
  • Kalam memorial
  • Lodi Tomb
  • Parliament House
  • Purana Quila
  • Qutab Minar
  • Rashtrapathi Bhavan
  • Safdarjang Tomb
  • Gurudawra Bangla Sahib
  • Guru Tegh Bahadur Memorial
  • National Police Memorial


Ziro is a census town in Lower Subansiri district in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh. It is shortlisted for inclusion in the Tentative List for further nomination to UNESCO for inscription in the World Heritage Site.


The cradle to a unique tribal group and a balmy climate, Ziro is the peace seeker’s paradise. Ziro is a quaint old town in Arunachal Pradesh, home to the Apa Tani tribe and famous for its pine hills and rice fields.

Ziro is a quaint old town in Arunachal Pradesh, home to the Apa Tani tribe and famous for its pine hills and rice fields. The climate in Ziro is mild throughout the year, making it comfortable to travel all year round.


Manali is a high-altitude Himalayan resort town in India’s northern Himachal Pradesh state. It has a reputation as a backpacking center and honeymoon destination.

Set on the Beas River, it’s a gateway for skiing in the Solang Valley and trekking in Parvati Valley. It’s also a jumping-off point for paragliding, rafting, and mountaineering in the Pir Panjal mountains, home to 4,000m-high Rohtang Pass.


Nestled in between the snow-capped slopes of the Pir Panjal and the Dhauladhar ranges, Manali is one of the most popular hill stations in the country. With jaw-dropping views, lush green forests, sprawling meadows carpeted with flowers, gushing blue streams, a perpetual fairy-tale like mist lingering in the air, and a persistent fragrance of pines – Manali has been blessed with extraordinary scenic beauty. From museums to temples, from quaint little hippie villages to bustling upscale streets, river adventures to trekking trails, Manali has every reason to be the tourist magnet it is, all year round.

Swaying eucalyptus trees, endearing little eateries, small kitschy local market places, and cafes which serve delicious local food at unbelievable prices, Old Manali is a serene, tranquil place, whose lingering silence is broken only by the twittering of the birds and the sound of the roaring waters of the Kullu River.


A beautiful city encircled by pine trees, Shillong is the capital of Meghalaya. It derives its name from Lei Shillong, an idol worshipped at the Shillong Peak. Standing as tall as 1496 meters, Shillong provides relief from the heat across the country. This hill station is known for its picturesque sights and traditions.

The soothing climate makes Shillong suitable to visit in all seasons. The light drizzles and the cooling gentle wind adds to the joy of visiting this hill station. This place is also known as the ‘Scotland of the East’. One can find descendants of the Khyrim, Mylliem, Maharam, Mallaisohmat, Bhowal, and Langrim tribes.


Shillong, the capital of Meghalaya, is the home to numerous waterfalls. The exciting mountain peaks, crystal clear lakes, breathtakingly beautiful golf courses, museums, and the zoo are the key reasons why people visit Shillong. Apart from the natural beauty, Shillong also acts as the gateway to Meghalaya, the state famous for heavy rainfalls, caving, tallest waterfalls, beautiful landscapes, and amazing people and culture.

Shillong in particular has been in limelight for its jovial people and their culture. Interestingly, Shillong has a very westernized culture and it has a very young feel to it. Shillong is also famous as the music capital of India, as many prominent musicians have hailed from this place. Many music events keep happening throughout the year, making it a very lively place.


Zanskar, Zahar (locally), or Zangskar, also known as Zanskar or Jangskar, is a subdistrict or tehsil of the Kargil district, which lies in the Indian union territory of Ladakh. The administrative center is Padum. Zanskar, together with the neighboring region of Ladakh, was briefly a part of the kingdom of Guge in Western Tibet. Zanskar lies 250 km south of Kargil town on NH301.


The Zanskar Range is a mountain range in the union territory of Ladakh that separates Zanskar from Ladakh. Geologically, the Zanskar Range is part of the Tethys Himalaya, an approximately 100-km-wide synclinorium formed by strongly folded and imbricated, weakly metamorphosed sedimentary series. The average height of the Zanskar Range is about 6,000 m. Its eastern part is known as Rupshu. The town had a population of 20,000 in 2020.

Located in the Kargil district to the east of Ladakh (around 105 km) lies the bewitching Zanskar Valley. Pronounced as Zahar or Zangskar locally, it is separated from Ladakh by the Zanskar mountain range which is a part of The Tethys Himalayas. Zanskar is known for its raw landscape and is mostly traveled to for trekking and river rafting.

The semi-desert region is flanked by snow-capped mountains and sparkling clean rivers along with distinct flora and fauna. The easiest way of reaching Zanskar is from Kargil through Suru Valley. It is cut off from the rest of the world for over 9 months of the year because of heavy snowfall in the region. The only way of reaching Zanskar during the winter months of December to February is to undertake the challenge.

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