One of India’s most famed cities, Agra is abode to the spectacular white-marble Taj Mahal, real wonderful Mughal waterside mausoleum and World Heritage Site. Agra lies in the state of Uttar Pradesh, in North India, and this area is house to three selected World Heritage Sites, also with the neighbouring ghost city of Fatehpur Sikri and the red-sandstone Agra Fort.
Darjeeling is a well accepted hill station in northeast India at an altitude of 2,134m, hemmed in by Sikkim in the north, Nepal in the west and Bhutan in the east. Darjeeling is with three major hill towns – Darjeeling, Kalimpong and Kurseong, all of which are admired tourist sites.
Greatly prejudiced by British India, Darjeeling still maintains legacies of its colonial past. The toy train service is one of the most arresting exemplar of this, running all the way through the lush green hills emitting white steam barely discernible from the wisps of fog whirling on all sides of the place. There is constantly a bite in the mountain air of the little hill station, but if the sun is noticeable, it is satisfyingly warm.
Snuggled in the Vindhya Range, the breathtakingly stunning Bandhavgarh National Park features a millennium-old fort, tropical forests plus woodlands, vertical rocky hills and grassland valleys.
The top of the hills are carpeted with diverse forests, whereas beautiful stretches of bamboo and grasslands
extends across the north. Bandhavgarh is branded across the world for its crowded big cat population. But there’s much more to see besides the tigers and leopards. Chital (spotted deer), Sambar deer, dhole, nilgai, wild boar, chinkara, sloth bear, rhesus macaque, black faced langur, jungle cat, hyena, porcupine, jackal, fox and wild dog also dwell in these forests.
Referred as the Venice of the East, Alappuzha has forever enjoyed a vital position in the marine history of Kerala. It is famous for its boat races, backwater holidays, beaches, aquatic products and coir industry. Alappuzha beach is a well-liked picnic spot. The pier, which lengthens into the sea, is over 137 years old. There is moreover an old lighthouse nearby which is really enthralling to visitors. An additional delightful experience while in Alappuzha is houseboat cruise. The ones you discover in the backwaters of Alappuzha are indeed redrafted adaptation of kettuvallams of olden times. The unique kettuvallams or rice barges used to bear tons of rice and spices. The kettuvallam or ‘boat with knots’ was so called since the entire boat was seized jointly with coir knots only.
Goa is a much-featured place on World Tourism map. This miniature green emerald covering 3702 sq km has a 105 km long shoreline lapped by Arabian Sea. Goa is bordered by Maharashtra and Karnataka. Temperate climate, diverse landscapes, wide, sandy, palm-fringed beaches, unsoiled waters and an aura of calmness attract many tourists from all over the world.
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