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Alleppey Houseboat Backwaters

The picture on every postcard, the first image that pops up on a search engine for Gods Own Country, Alleppey is the hotbed for a huge network of backwater canals and those amazing houseboats. The ultimate tourist destination, Alleppey does tend to get rather crowded in season time with houseboat traffic causing lengthy queues along...

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Tiger-at Tadoba Tiger Reserve

  Tadoba Tiger Reserve The Park Maharashtra’s oldest, and largest National Park, Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve has changed with the times with pragmatic efficiency with the underlying rustic energy of the wild remaining constant throughout. This enticing park, named after the God Tadoba, a local tribal deity, and is divided into the Tadoba north range,...

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Mattupetty Munnar

When three mountain streams conspire to make you hold your breath on the road uphill in God’s Own Country, there is definitely a dream destination ahead. Located at an altitude of 5,200 ft above sea level, in the Idukki district of Kerala, Munnar offers an ideal getaway. Wondering what’s the best time to visit Munnar?...

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On a trip to Sri Lanka, you are guaranteed to spot the ‘Big Five’ – leopard, sloth bear, elephant, blue whale and sperm whale. Sri Lanka tourism offers the best of wildlife adventure, courtesy its renowned national parks, UNESCO-certified forest reserve, and rich marine life. Udawalawe National Park Asian water monitor at Udawalawe National Park...

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In Vietnam, what you see depends on what you are looking for. The remnants of its war-scarred history, or the spectacle of its ancient pagodas; the hustle bustle of the crowds, or the solitude among green rice paddies. Pondering over which places to visit in Vietnam? Here’s our pick of six Vietnam tourist attractions that’ll...

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When you hear the name Ladakh – the picture that often pops in your head is barren mountains, the world’s highest motorable pass, and an azure blue lake made famous by Bollywood – the Pangong Tso. But Ladakh is much more than just these. To the eye of the keen observer – offbeat Ladakh is...

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If you are looking for the best places to visit in Malaysia, you must know that the Southeast Asian country actually comprises two diverse parts. While Peninsular Malaysia is known for its sprawling malls, impressive architecture and tea plantations, the Island of Borneo is famed for its rich wilderness, remote caves and pristine beaches. Before...

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Shimla

There’s something about Shimla. No matter how many times you may have been to the summer capital of British India, you’ll never get tired of it. For those who have done the Shimla holiday packages, visited all the tourist places and stayed at luxury hotels in Shimla, there are still reasons to head to the...

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Sattal Lake Uttarakhand

Splendid lakes surrounded by Himalayan peaks, with an incredible view of pine and oak forests, dotted by colonial bungalows and artistic churches. That’s Nainital – also known as the ‘Lake District of India’ – located at an altitude of 2,084 meters above sea level alongside the foothills of the Kumaon region in Uttarakhand. Legend has it...

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Tiget Jim Corbett

The Park What’s common between a cricket test match, an intensely smoky single malt and Corbett National Park? Plenty actually – they can all test your patience, are acquired tastes and even so are strangely favored by the ‘connoisseurs’. Though named after the legendary hunter turned conservationist Jim Corbett, strangely enough only one of the...

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