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ABOUT SHIMLA

Having served as the summer capital of the British era, Shimla in Himachal Pradesh is considered to be the most famous retreats of all good family holiday destinations in India. Being the most-sought destinations by all kind of travelers, shopping at Mall Road and relishing the charm of the toy train are few of the best things to do in Shimla which are enjoyed by kids and families alike.

Major Attractions: Jakhoo Temple, The Ridge, Rashtrapati Niwas, Shimla Heritage Museum, and Christ Church.

Best Things To Do: Shopping in Mall Road, enjoy a train ride from Kalka to Shimla, explore the Johnnie’s Wax Museum, and more.

Best Time To Visit: March to June and July to September

 

To travel is to take a journey into yourself!

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ABOUT COORG

Be it the lush greenery of coffee plantations, the cascading waterfalls, the Gothic-style churches, or the ancient forts, there are plenty of places to visit in Coorg that have something to offer to everyone across all age groups. Popularly known as Kodagu amidst the locals as well as the travelers, Coorg is undoubtedly one of the best family holiday destinations in India. This place surely tops the list of good family vacation destinations.

Major Attractions: Abbey Falls, Nisargadhama, Irupu Falls, Madikeri Fort, Sri Omkareshwara Temple, Pushpagiri, and more.

Best Things To Do: Jungle safari at Nagarhole National Park, visit the musical fountains at Raja’s Seat, admire the hilltop views from Tadiandamol, and more.

Best Time To Visit: October to March

 

Coorg is about its people, culture, history and their warm hospitality!

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ABOUT WAYANAD

Wayanad, fondly called the ‘green paradise’ is tucked away in the mountains of the Western Ghats. Only a short distance from some of the popular tourist destinations in South India like Ooty, Mysore, and Coorg, Wayanad is an easily accessible and important tourist destination in Kerala. The name Wayanad literally translates into the land of forests and even today, it has large tracts of virgin forest lands, wildlife and blissful nature trails that will awaken your senses.

Wayanad is a rich treasure trove of some of the relics of the New Stone Age civilizations in the forms of engravings and pictures in the caves of Edakkal and Ampukuthimala, which offer clues about the past civilizations.

Wayanad tourist places include various attractions like the Chembra Peak, Edakkal Cave, Kuruva Island, and Lakkidi, which is the highest point in Wayanad.  No trip to Wayanad can be complete without a trip to Muthanga wildlife sanctuary and Pakshipatahalam, which represent the wilderness and the wildlife of this part of Kerala at its best. In case you are looking for some adventure sporting activities, you can set out on jungle trails or trekking and hiking expeditions.

Wayanad sightseeing offers an eclectic experience for the tourists who reach here in quest of tranquility, adventure or fun. Spend a day in the lap of nature at Kuruva Island, a lovely island on the Kabini River, which is spread over 900 acres. Relatively unexplored, this island is a haven for many rare birds, animals and plant life. You can also see tribal people in small country boats, fishing in the island.  So, in case you are looking for a pleasant holiday destination in the midst of nature, where you can be at your own pace, your search might lead you to Wayanad!

 

Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better!

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ABOUT KODAIKANAL

This is a beautiful hill town in South India. The name translates to ‘The Gift of the Forest’. Often referred to as the ‘Princess of Hill stations’, this is one of the top holiday destinations in India to visit with family. Enjoy the scenic vistas as you lose yourself amidst nature here in this beautiful hill town of Tamil Nadu.

Major Attractions: Kodaikanal Lake, Berijam Lake, and Mannavanur Lake

Best Things To Do: Explore Guna Cave, and visit the La Saleth Church

Best Time To Visit: October to March

 

We cared the street only bonding!

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ABOUT OOTY

Reckoned to be the queen of the Blue Mountains in South India, Ooty is not only one of the best family holiday destinations in India but also the most popular hill stations in the country. With delightful places to visit in Ooty like that of Botanical Garden, Pykara Lake, and Boat House, your family vacation is sure to be a hit in this hilly paradise. So, are you ready to visit one of the best family vacation destinations in India?

Major Attractions: Doddabetta Viewpoint, Rose Garden, Botanical Garden, St. Stephen’s Church, Pykara Lake, and more.

Best Things To Do: Take the toy train from Mettupalayam to Ooty, boating at Ooty Lake, camping at Avalanche Lake, try the homemade chocolates, and more.

Best Time To Visit: October to June

 

Movements are the beginning and the end of all natural beauty!

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ABOUT PONDICHERRY

At a distance of 170 km from Chennai, 204 km from Trichy, 233 km from Tirupati, 335 km from Madurai, 639 km from Trivandrum, 578 km from Kanyakumari, 96 km from Mahabalipuram, 368 km from Bangalore and 564 km from Kochi, Pondicherry or Puducherry is a city and capital of the Union Territory of Pondicherry and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South India. It is among the top 2 day trip from Bangalore and Chennai. Pondicherry is located along the Coromandel Coast of Bay of Bengal.

The Union Territory of Puducherry comprises of four coastal regions namely Puducherry, Karaikal, Mahe, and Yanam. Puducherry and Karaikal are situated on the East Coast of Tamil Nadu, Yanam in Andhra Pradesh and Mahe on the West Coast in Kerala.

According to legend, Pondicherry was known by the name Vedapuri and this place is also believed to be the abode of the revered sage, Saint Agasthya. Pondicherry had trade relations with Rome during the 1st century AD. Roman pottery excavated from Arikamedu near Pondicherry dates back to 1st century AD. Pondicherry was ruled by the Pallava dynasty in 4th century AD followed by different southern dynasties like the Cholas, Pandyas, Vijayanagar kings and later by the Sultanate of Madurai.

The unique location of Pondicherry captured the attention of Portuguese, Dutch, English, and French. Pondicherry came under the rule of the French in 1673 and since then it became the site for the battle between the British and the French. Pondicherry remained as the capital of French India for about 300 years, before it attained its independence in 1954. It was in 2006 that the name Pondicherry was changed to Puducherry, which means ‘New Village’ in the Tamil language.

The city is separated into two quarters known as the French quarter and the Indian quarter. The French quarter is characterized by the building of typical colonial architecture and the latter boasts of ancient Tamil styles and designs. The strategic location, awe-inspiring natural beauty, coupled with its French past and cultural heritage make Pondicherry a major tourist destination. Pondicherry is also famous for its serene beaches. Hotel de Vile, French War Memorial, Puducherry Museum, Aayi Mandapam, Auroville Ashram, Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Promenade, Chunnambar Resort, Old Lighthouse, Romaine Rolland Library are some of the major Places to visit in Pondicherry.

 

Peaceful Pondicherry, give time a break!

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ABOUT MUNNAR

Ask any Keralite to name his/her most preferred hill station and without any moment of hesitation would come to the answer – Munnar. This hill station nestled in the exquisite mountains of the Western Ghats is your ideal place to attain peace and tranquility.

This exotic hill station, also known as the Ooty of Kerala is located in the naturally blessed Idukki district in the Southern Indian state of Kerala, is at a height of 5,200 ft above sea level and once served as the summer retreat of the erstwhile British rulers.

The place got its name as the confluence of three streams – Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni, and Kundala – which have their origins from the nearby mountains, transpire in this little piece of heaven on earth.

As this popular resort town tops in the list of many who wants to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city life, Munnar hotels also vary from resorts to smaller accommodations from which you can pick one according to your budget.

Those who plan on Munnar sightseeing can start with taking a stroll among any of the tea plantations in and around the hill station. The exotic sightseeing places in Munnar include Mattupetty dam, Kundala lake, Echo-point, Munnar top station, Rajamalai, Eravikulam National Park, Tea Museum and Marayoor forest. Munnar, Kerala, produces a plethora of fresh tea varieties available in the market. Visit one of the tea manufacturing units here and you could learn the various steps involved in the process.

 

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