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Tour of the historic town Rajgir is a journey to the rich legacy of Buddhism and Jainism. Many archaeological reminiscent of the life and teachings of Lord Buddha and Lord Mahavira has made Rajgir, the most popular destination for the followers of Buddhism and Jainism. Rajgir has been a popular tourist destination for years because of its historical importance, picturesque surroundings, a number of hot water spring with medicinal properties and several tourist sightseeing places around including Nalanda University relics. Easytouristguide guides you by providing all the latest and up-to-date information on Rajgir tour.
Gulmarg literally meaning “valley of flower” is a picturesque hill station and a popular skiing resort of Kashmir. This all-weather tourist destination is ranked among the top 10 best ski resorts of Asia and is regarded as “heartland of winter sports in India”. To know all the latest and important tourist information on Gulmarg, including how to reach Gulmarg, what to do in Gulmarg, sightseeing attractions of Gulmarg, where to stay at Gulmarg and about the famous Gondola cable car, continue reading.
Nalanda – one of the most visited historical places of India is a place to rediscover the rich legacy of India. Peoples from all over the world visits Nalanda to witness the ruins of the once existant greatest and oldest residential university of the world which was a pride of India. A tour of Nalanda takes you on a journey to the rich history of India which will certainly make every Indians proud.
Indian peninsula is known for its beaches, some of which ranks among the best beaches of the world. But India is also known to have a number of virgin and unexplored beaches that are epitome of natural beauty, unspoilt atmosphere and seclude being cut off from the world. These beaches will land you in an entirely different world of fairies.
India is a country of diversified natural beauty, ranging from hills, mountains, valleys, meadows, lakes, waterfalls, sea, ocean and rivers. The country has a number of awe-inspiring hill stations that are unique in their own way. Here is a list of the top 5 hill stations of India which are extremely popular and bears the stamp of “Incredible India”. The list is made after a long research and apart from popularity many other factors were also taken into consideration.
Kovalam is undoubtedly one of the most popular and preferred beach destinations for foreign travelers in India. This is also the first topless beach of India which first sought into prominence with the coming of large number of hippies during seventies. Whenever one thinks of Kovalam, the very sight which comes into his mind is that of foreign tourists taking sunbath to get their skin tanned.
Mukutmanipur is one of the most popular weekend tourist destination of west Bengal. Earlier Mukutmanipur was known as a popular picnic spot only, but in recent years it has developed itself to be weekend hot spot of Bengal, thanks to the development of some very good resorts and initiatives of the government.
Kanyakumari is the southernmost tip of the mainland of India and is one of the most popular tourist destinations of the country. This preferred tourist spot of Tamil Nadu is famous throughout the world for the Vivekananda Rock Memorial and is unique for being located at the confluence of three large water bodies – Indian Ocean, Bay-of-Bengal and Arabian Sea. For up-to-date travel information on Kanyakumari, including, sightseeing attractions, hotels, restaurants, nightlife, travel tips, how to reach and more, continue reading ….
Sonmarg – synonymous with golden meadows surrounded by amazing huge glaciers, miniature plateaus, snowfields, placid lakes, pines and islets, is one of the most popular and sought after tourist destination of Kashmir. Situated at an altitude of 2740 m above sea level, at the foot of the Zojila pass, Sonmarg is the gateway to Ladakh.
Patnitop may not be as popular as other hill destinations of Jammu and Kashmir like Pahalgam, Gulmarg and Sonmarg, but is in no way lesser beautiful. Being very close to Jammu on the National Highway that links Jammu and Srinagar, it is indeed very easily accessible. This all weather destination is fast becoming popular among tourists.