Bhutan : The Land Of Thunder Dragon

Looking at the heading, the first thing that makes us scratch our head is why it is called Land of Thunder Dragon.

In the national language of Bhutan i.e., Dzongkha, Bhutan is called Druk Yul, which means the kingdom of Druk and the Bhutanese people are called Druk Gyalpo, which translates into Kings of Thunder Dragon; and hence it is known as the Land of Thunder Dragon. 

Bhutan has always been far-famed for its natural beauty. Apart from that, Bhutan is the only country where the sale of tobacco is banned, making it unique from others.

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So, are you thinking of paying a visit to Bhutan? We are here to help you escape from the trouble of searching for destinations on your own.

We have prepared a list of the top places you can visit to make your journey more memorable

Tiger’s Nest, A day you will remember

Going to Bhutan and not Visiting Tiger’s nest monastery would leave your trip incomplete.

The monastery is huge, and it takes around 1 hour to make a complete tour of the monastery. The monastery is located at such a place that the only way you could reach it is by hiking, and it takes around 3-4 hours, making it a full-day tour. If you have a disabled person with you, you can hire a horse to carry them.

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The place is so beautiful that you would regret not bringing a camera with you.

Royal Manas National Park

If you are a nature-loving person, undoubtedly, this place is like heaven for you. You will find a wide range of endangered flora and fauna in this national Park.

It is the oldest and the largest National Park of Bhutan.

Royal Manas National Park is home to many species, such as The Bengal Tigers, Pangolins, One Horned Rhinoceros, and many more. And the National park also consists of over 200+ bird species, most of which are on the edge of being endangered.

Buddha Dordenma Statue

Apart from just being a massive statue of Buddha, what’s more, interesting about the statue is that the visitors watching the statue see only one Buddha. Still, in actuality, there are 125,000 miniature Buddhas inside of Big Buddha Chest. The size of the miniatures is between 8- 12 inches.

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Must Visit Waterfalls in the World

Have you ever experienced the wildness of a waterfall? Visiting a waterfall is a tremendous experience in itself.

You will be amazed every time you’ll witness a waterfall. The waterfall can be a great source of motivation and strength. Sitting in front of a waterfall can be therapy for your inner self. 

The magic of waterfalls has compelled many artists and writers to write beautiful quotes about waterfalls, and these quotes are a source of inspiration for other people as well.

In this article, I’ll share 5 best waterfalls in the world every wanderer must visit.

Here are the 5 best waterfalls to visit in the world:

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls is a must-visit place for nature lovers. It is one of the seven Natural Wonders of the World. This waterfall is named after the reigning Queen Victoria, and it is the largest waterfall in the world, considering its height and width.

Victoria Falls also offers a big natural pool for its visitors. People can enjoy swimming in this pool. The spray of this waterfall can be seen even from a distance of 50km.

  • Location: Mosi-o-tunya Road, Livingstone, Zambia
  • Height: 108 m

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is one of the most famous waterfalls globally, and most travelers already have this waterfall on their bucket list. The combination of three waterfalls that lie on the USA and Canada border are collectively known as Niagara Falls.

These falls have a height of more than 50m and have the highest flow rate in the whole of North America. Niagara Falls is also one of the rich sources of hydroelectric power. It is a significant tourist attraction in both the USA and Canada.

  • Location: Niagara Falls, NY 14303, United States
  • Height: 51 m

Angel Falls

Angel Falls is the highest waterfall in the world, falling from a height of 979 meters. It is one of the most impressive waterfalls you’ll ever visit in your life.

The beauty of this waterfall will leave you breathless as it is 15 times taller than Niagara Falls. Yes, it is the tallest waterfall globally, and it is worth visiting at least once in a life.

  • Location: Auyán-tepui, Canaima National Park, Bolívar State, Venezuela
  • Height: 979 m

Iguazu Falls

Situated on the border of Brazil and Argentina, Iguazu Falls are the Iguazu River’s mesmerizing waterfalls. While most of the Iguazu Falls lies on the Argentina side but some are falling in Brazil too.

The falls are the most extensive waterfalls system in the world. Iguazu Falls have a fascinating history. It is definitely a must-visit place for all the wanderers. 

  • Location: Misiones Province, Argentina
  • Height: 82 m

Yosemite Falls

Falling from the magnificent height of 2400 feet, the Yosemite falls will leave you speechless. If you are someone who travels for views, Yosemite Falls is the place for you.

It will give you the experience you’ve probably never had before. Yosemite Falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world. This place is also perfect for adventure lovers as one can also go on hikes around this waterfall.

  • Location: Yosemite Village, CA 95389, USA
  • Height: 739 m

The Bottom Line

So, these are the five best must-visit waterfalls from our end, and you must be craving to experience these waterfalls in reality. Don’t wait. Just plan your trip right now. Waterfalls will never disappoint you; all you have to do is visit and witness the wildness of a waterfall.

Sri Lanka- the pearl of the Indian ocean


Are you searching on the internet for your perfect holiday destination this year? Have you been to Sri Lanka, just have a look at all the incredible options the country can offer you.
Sri Lanka, is the country, where you find beautiful tea plantations, golden-sanded beaches, chilled climate, diverse forests, sacred Buddhist buildings, and monasteries?


If you have not visited this incredible place yet, then without wasting time, explore these listed places now: –


Colombo


Colombo is an excellent place to visit first. This capital city is a beautiful and great place to take advantage of spending a minimum of two or three days. Here you can find several incredible temples and landmarks that please you extremely.


Calm your body and soul by meditating in the Buddhist temple Gangaramaya and the temple of Sri Kailawasanathan Swami Devasthanam.

You will appreciate the stunning views of Beira lake and Colombo Lotus tower. The Independence Memorial Hall is a fantastic place to capture exotic moments in the camera amongst the little crowd.


Some stunning places: National Museum, Viharamahadevi Park, St. Anthony church, Wolvendaal church, Mt. Lavinia beach, Dutch period museum.


Anuradhapura


Anuradhapura is well –preserved and the centre of Theravada Buddhism. This unique place is also listed in the UNESCO World Heritage site because of its historical treasures and rich monasteries. This tremendous city is blessed with architectural and archaeological sites and also a resident of many monks.


Apart from the temple, monasteries, and dagobas, there are still several other attractive places to explore.


Interesting places-Sri maha bodhiya, Lovamahapaya, Mirisawetiya stupa,Queen’s palace, Jetavanarama,Abhayagiri dagaba.


Dambulla


The primary attraction in Dambulla is its cave temples that depict the rich and fabulous art of Sinhalese Buddhists. Dambulla connects roads of Colombo- Trincomalee, and Kandy- Anuradhapura providing great comfort to visitors.


With its several exciting sites to visit, this place is best for taking pictures, for example, Royal Rock temple is the most common visited place in Sri Lanka. This place is declared protected and comprises five caves located on rocks 160 meters above the plains. Don’t miss the sightseeing walk of its wholesale market, clock tower, old concrete buildings and trip to Sigiriya Rock Fortress.


Some beautiful places-Cave temples, Dambulla museum, Royal rock temple, Golden temple, Dambulla produce market.


Kandy


Kandy is the ultimate junction for achieving greater relaxation amongst inspiring vistas, beautiful tea plantation, and attractive spice gardens. Explore all the most delightful places by staying at least three days. Its major attraction is Kandy Lake which is artificially built-in 1807 wrapped with a foreign market that sells locally manufactured items and tea factories.

Also, the temple of the Tooth Relic and Esala Perahera are the ultimate places to visit in Sri Lanka.


Some fascinating places- Kandy lake, Kandy garrison cemetery, Malwatte maha vihara, Ceylon tea museum, St paul church, Sri dalada museum, World Buddhism museum.

Ella

Ella is one of the favorite places of visitors due to its simplicity and quietness. You will feel alive and rejuvenate amongst the alluring hills and great forests. It is a well suited and ultimate holiday destination to spend your precious time productively and effectively. Ella is wrapped with extraordinary tea gardens and making your money worth.


Some fantastic places- Uva halpewatte tea factory, Buddhist temple, Ravana cave, Ravana falls, Ella rock, Nine arch bridge.


Mirissa


Your fantasy of spending a dream holiday in a world of fairies will come true here in Mirissa. Located in the southern part of the country, this place phenomenally pleases you with its palm decorated shores and adventurous nightlife.


Take the full advantage of its amazing beaches and seafront cafes that brings you a mind-blowing experience. The major attraction of this place is the tour to watch whales and dolphins from November to April. Stilt fishers, a traditional activity, is also famous in this place.


Places of interest- Mirissa beach, Turtle Bay, Polhena beach, Weligama Bay, Kushta rajagala statue, Midigama beach.

Polonnaruwa


Polonnaruwa shows the remains of the early civilization of Sri Lanka that depicts its rich culture and traditions. This place is also a hub of stunning ruins, royal palace, and religious buildings that display the most exquisite architecture of Polonnaruwa.
This extraordinary place conserves and preserves the mélange of ancient structures like tombs, temples, statues, and stupas. That’s why Polonnaruwa is the favourite place of history lovers.


Some attractive places- Alahana prevent, Sacred Quadrangle, Jetavana, Shiva devale no. 2, Audience hall, Buddha statue at lankatilaka.


Hikkaduwa

To get optimal enjoyment and excitement, Hikkaduwa is the best place to explore. This interesting place offers various amazing activities to do, such as meditate or relax in low sunlight at sunrise, exploring the fabulous place of the day, and attending thrilling parties at night.


Three months from July to August each year are usually booked for beach parties including three day Hikkaduwa beach fest which is an overnight treatment for the party-loving crowd.

Some stunning places- Hikkaduwa beach, Hikkaduwa lake, Hikkaduwa national park, Coral sanctuary, Gangarama maha vihara, Moonstone mines, Tsunami photo museum.

Best time to visit Sri Lanka

The climate conditions of a country determine its best time to visit. The weather of Sri Lanka is affected by two monsoons- Yala Monsoon from May to August and Maha Monsoon from October to January. So January to April is the best time to plan a tour to Sri Lanka, as during this period, its climate is not affected by two monsoons.
Undoubtedly, this place calms your hunger for having memorable vacations because of its lush greenery, alluring beaches, and sacred monuments. We listed some of the alluring places of this fantastic place, and there are also many other incredible places in Sri Lanka to explore.

Kerala – God’s Own City

Are you looking for a place that is full of natural beauty?

If you are after that place that makes you spellbound at first sight, then God’s Own Country called Kerala best fits your bucket list. It has everything that you are expecting from this place. Kerala, the land of nature and mother earth, has astounding things that can make your whole journey memorable.

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Located in South India, Kerala is the coastal state that is full of destinations like fabulous beaches, mountains, perfect and rare wildlife, and most essentially rich culture. So, slow down your pace of life and configure some time for leisurely vacation in Kerala.

Every year, the Southernmost state of India attracts thousands of tourists all around the world in all aspects. So, let’s explore the beauty of Kerala via prominent places so that you don’t forget to visit these places.

Various famous places of Kerala

Munnar- perfect for a romantic honeymoon

So, get ready to feel the chanceless beauty of this place where three famous rivers meet called Kundalay, Mudrapuzha, and Nallathanni. However, it is located at an altitude of 1524 meters near to western ghats.

You can say this place as the birthplace of beauty as it has astounding lush green landscapes, waterfalls, lakes, beautiful forests, and most essentially tea plantations.

On the other hand, it also delivers a spectacular view of lakes and valleys. Some of the major attractions of this place are Eravikulam National park, Tea estates, and abundance of Flora and Fauna.

Fort Kochi

It is also called Gateway of Kerala. In this city, various people have left their mark like British, Dutch, Chinese, Portuguese, etc.

The major attraction of Kochi is its architecture and magnificent historical sites, and to see these things, people all around the world come here. Apart from this, it has a gorgeous amusement park for the children as well called Wonderla Amusement park.

You cannot say that this city is expensive; it has various hotels and homestays that will not make a hole in your pocket.

Kerala Backwaters

 If you want to take relax from a busy life and hectic schedule, then this tranquil place is best suited for you. Here you can take a trip to a beautiful houseboat along the Kerala canals, which is also known as backwaters.

While riding on the houseboat, your whole experience will become more thrilling with chilled beer and Indian food.

Periyar national park

Located in the Thekkady district, this national park is very famous in south India. However, like all other national parks, it also remains open throughout the year. Here you can see wild elephants and on which you can take a 30-minute ride inside the jungle.

The best part is, this place organizes various eco-tourism activities for the visitors so that they can enjoy for the ever-lasting experience.

Kumarakom- the most tranquil place

This place is located near Kottayam, which is one of the prominent and popular attractions of Kerala. This is the bird sanctuary built in 14-acres where you have the chance to see various species of birds. On the other hand, it is also the back-water destination where you can enjoy the ride of a boat.

However, if you want to make yourself relax, then it also offers ayurvedic massage. Even more, it has one famous lake called Vembanad, which is the largest lake in Kerala and longest in entire India. Here an individual can see the sunrise and sunset and feel the real beauty of nature.

Wayanad- the land of heavenly trails

This word means the area of paddy fields in Malayalam. Out of many tourist spots, this place is the greenest spot in Kerala. This place is also called the area of heavenly trails, which is enriched with shiny beauty, a pleasant atmosphere, and vibrant culture.

Some of the famous tourist spots are Thusharagiri waterfalls, Thirunelli temple, Lakkidi viewpoint, P Kuruvadweep, Kabini, and Padinjarathara Dam.

Kovalam- for some beach fun

This beach of Kerala is one of the best beaches which is very famous for numerous celebrations like New Year, ayurvedic treatment, various water sports, and most essentially deep, strong massages.

It is located on the coastline that remains full of various activities. Every year or you can say all round the year, people from all nations, cultures come here and feel the real beauty of this place. Some of the famous attractions here are Vizhinjam fishing harbor, Akkulam lake, Kovalam Jama Masjid, and much more, as the list is endless.

Some other primary attractions of Kerala

  • Vagamon
  • Bekal
  • Kozhikode
  • Varkala
  • Kasargod

What is the perfect time to visit Kerala?

Well, you can visit Kerala all round the year, but if you talk about the best time, then it starts from September to February as the climate is very comfortable with less humidity. However, if you are looking for ayurvedic treatments, then June to August is the perfect time as it is monsoon season.

The Beauty of Andaman and Nicobar Islands

If you are looking forward to enjoying every moment of your vacation with your family or friends, then this group of islands is the best place for you. Well, you might be thinking that is Andaman and Nicobar Islands such an astounding place to visit?

But, yes, this group of islands, which is hovering around 8,073 sq kilometers, has everything to offer you what you are expecting from some place. However, right now, it is the union territory of India, which has multiple groups of tribes.

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During this colonial period, this island had a horrid reputation, but now it is one of the best tourist destinations in India. This place is very famous for picturesque beauty, white grimy seashores, which are more heightened by the glistening blue marine of the ocean.

So, if you are planning your next vacation to this group of islands, then you have reached the right place. Through this post, you will come to know about various famous places in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Explore the beauty of Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Port Blair

This city is the reminder of the sacrifices which the freedom fighters have given. Here the most famous place called cellular jail is one of the most remnants of India’s struggle for freedom.

Apart from it, Port Blair is the perfect gateway to many other tourist attractions like Japanese Bunkers, Corbyn’s Cove, Samudrika Marine museum, and much more.

Ross island

This island carries the rich legacy of the British when India was under their rule. This island is named after Sir Daniel Ross. When you visit this island,which has various architectural ruins, you will feel you have gone in the pre-independence era of India.

On the other hand, when you walk through the island, you have the chance to feel the serene nature, wonderful ducks, peacocks, deer, etc. However, this island is very near to Port Blair, so most of the tourists stay there only.

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Baratang island

If you plan to visit Andaman and Nicobar islands, don’t forget to visit this place. Here you will get a chance for a boat ride across the canopy of the forest, which is also the home of tribes called Jarwa.

On the other hand, the Limestone caves is one of the famous destinations and will make you impress when you look at the unique shapes formed by erosion.

Some of the other places of the visit on this island are Baludera beach, Parrot island, Mud Volcano, Lalaji Bay beach, and many more that can easily impress anyone.

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Rangat

Another famous destination for tourists, especially who love flora and fauna. This place is located in the middle of the Andaman and Nicobar island that is prevalent for Cuthbert Bay Beach. Here you can see countless kinds of turtles like olive ridley turtles, green sea turtles, hawksbill, etc.

Apart from this, here, you can enjoy your day at Long island, Dhani Nallah Mangrove nature walkway, and Amkunj Island.

Rajiv Gandhi water sports complex

This island has many places for the tourists so that they can enjoy their vacation fully. Among all of them, the Rajiv Gandhi water sports complex is best for adventure lovers. Here you can fully enjoy various water sports activities with your family and friends like paddle boats, rowboats, snorkeling, scuba diving, etc.

The great Nicobar Island

This island is expanded in the area of 1,045 sq kilometers. It is not much developed but has various things to attract tourists. This island is widely known for its diverse wildlife in the rainforest. On the other hand, you can also see one indigenous tribe called Shompen recognized as the oldest tribe in the whole world.

If you are fond of wildlife photography, then Campbell Bay is the perfect place where you have the chance to take unique pictures like crab-eating macaque, megapode, and Nicobar pigeon.

Cinque island

Maybe this island is not highlighted as the main tourist attraction, but no doubt it has everything related to nature. You can say that it is the natural paradise on the earth because of sandy shorelines, captivating coral reefs, and blue water of the beach.

What is the perfect time to visit Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

This island is the year-round destination for the tourists for a visit. However, when you talk about temperature fluctuations, it is very less so you can come around November to May. On the other hand, it is recommended that you should not come here during the monsoon session as you can face strong tidal waves, heavy rains, and strong winds.

Arunachal Pradesh: An unexplored destination worth visiting

Arunachal Pradesh, Land of the Rising Sun, is popular for its untouched beauty and blossoming green forests. It represents as a mountainous area that is bordered on the south by Assam, on the east by Myanmar, on the north and northeast by China, and on the west by Bhutan. The tourist places in Arunachal Pradesh are now the mainstream attraction of this state.

Arunachal Pradesh is home to the verdurous valley and exceptional aestheticism that provides tourists with a magnificent gateway for a holiday. However, there are numerous things to do in Arunachal Pradesh as well.

The picturesque mountain-tops, crystal clear lakes, gushing waterfalls, and astonishing scenic gorgeousness will mesmerize you to the extent that except watching the alluring beauty, you wouldn’t want to do anything. If you are also planning to visit this appealing, incredible place, then here are some tips for you.

Places to visit in Arunachal Pradesh

Tourist places in Arunachal Pradesh are the main attraction of this fascinating location that you must experience. If you are new to this place and have it in the mind to visit Arunachal Pradesh, then here are some of the most stunning tourist places.

Itanagar

Capital of Arunachal Pradesh, Itanagar is famed for its vigorous festivals, educational sites, and its rich fauna and flora. Places like Jawaharlal Nehru State Museum, Ita Fort, Biological Park, Ganga Lake, Indira Gandhi Park, Buddhist centre, Gompa and astonishing landscapes make it definitely one of the most fabulous tourist places in Arunachal Pradesh to visit.

Nuranang Falls

Falling from a height of about 100 metres, Nuranang Falls is one of the most beautiful sceneries of the environment in Arunachal Pradesh. This waterfall is a perfect location for tourists, located in Tawang District.

Mechuka

Adorned by the forests of thorn bushes and Pine, Menchukha is also interpreted as “Medicinal Water of Snow”. Besides, this town boasts at an altitude of around 6,000 feet and is renowned for its beauty. The town is best for photographers too.

Anini

Anini is a perfect destination for an unforgettable vacation. Anini has also become a well-liked getaway spot among the tourists. Draped in white fog, the verdant landscape of Anini is a spectacle that you must see during your visit in the state. Also, the Dibang Wildlife Sanctuary, located in the northeastern Himalayas, is its centre of attraction.

Golden Pagoda, Namsai

Golden Pagoda is an excellent religious place which you must visit. It provides you with an opportunity to experience a never-ending sense of divinity along with magnificent architecture, where you also get to closely observe the Buddhist culture.

Things to do in Arunachal Pradesh

Visiting hills stations-

There is nothing better than exploring the delightful Himalayan views that are also Arunachal’s popular hill stations, including Itanagar, Bomdila and Tawang.

Heritage tourism-

Sites in Arunachal Pradesh like Bhismaknagar, Namdapha National Park, Thembang Fortified Village, and Apatani Cultural Landscape are the ideal places to explore in Arunachal Pradesh.

Wildlife tourism waterfalls of Arunachal-

Arunachal Pradesh is an ideal destination if you are a wildlife fanatic. Having above 500 species of fauna and numerous rich flora, Arunachal is an eventual place for perfect wildlife tourism. In Arunachal Pradesh, there are a total of eight wildlife reserves.

Adventure tourism-

You can do activities like trekking, angling, motor-biking, and white water rafting in Arunachal Pradesh. Whereas, you can do fishing in Dibang and Yamane Rivers in Arunachal Pradesh.

How to reach?

To enter and travel Arunachal Pradesh, foreigners need a Protected Area Permit (PAP), whereas, an ILP (Inner Line Permit) is required for the Indian citizens. However, you can visit Arunachal Pradesh-

  • By air- you can choose the nearest Tezpur airport in Assam or you can select Guwahati or Kolkata airports.
  • By train- you can choose Harmuti train station in Assam, nearest to the state capital, Itanagar.
  • By road- places like Guwahati, Ziro and Shillong have road connectivity that also makes the road trip quite comfortable.

Best time to visit

The perfect months to explore Arunachal Pradesh are from April to October, that are also the spring and the winter seasons for the state. Arunachal is sited at a lofty altitude and has a pleasant weather all over the year. However, the temperature might be too high to travel around during the peak daytime hours in summers (April to June).

Few Tourist Destination in Sweden that are Hard to Miss

Having varied landscapes and rich history, Sweden is known to be the traveller’s paradise. If you like to visit outdoors, it is hard to beat in comparison with any other destination. Water and air are crystal clean, and there are thousands of acres of majestic lakes and unspoiled forests, not to mention many archipelagos all along its coast. The public and road transport is excellent, and the citizens are quite helpful and friendly, and in recent years Swedish cuisine is undergone, and it can only be described as a revolution. 

Sweden looks for tourist attractions ranging from ancient towns and opulent palaces to vast arctic landscapes and Ice hotels. There are many things that you will want to be sure of plenty of time for enjoying the historical treasure and outdoor adventures.

Places to visit in Sweden

Gamla Stan:

Known to be Stockholm’s Old Town, a small concentrated place where the city is said to be established in the middle of the 13th century. Made in Scandinavian style the city is freshly painted and brushed. Stortorget being surrounded with old merchant homes. With the neighbourhood, along with many tea rooms, shops and restaurants, you will tend to find the Post Museum, Royal Coin Cabinet and Nobel Museum and various other churches.

Vasa Museum:

The Vasa Museum is in Stockholm and is known to be one of the most famous museums in Sweden and attracts millions of visitors every year. Since its establishment in 1990, there have been more than 20 million people who have visited the museum since its inception. The museum hosts about ten exhibitions in a day, and this is the reason why people need to spend a whole day exploring.

Drottningholm:

Being one of the World Heritage Sites at UNESCO, it lies on the outskirts of Stockholm. It is lined by the terraced park with the bronze sculptures from Denmark and Bohemia resembling the trophies brought back from war. Chinese Pavilion in the fairytale palace dates back to the 1700s. The theatre is still functional and is used in summer and for performances. 

Gota Canal:

The Canal dates from the 19th century and is about 190 kms in length. And it is now one of the country’s best tourist attractions and can offer a unique perspective in Sweden’s heart. Additionally, it is connected with lakes Vattern and Vanern, and the Trollhattan Canal forms the parts of the water link all along the way of Stockholm. Places tend to feature 58 locks and 47 bridges; the Canal stretches from Soderkoping at the Baltic Sea to Sjotorp on Lake Vanem. You can also hire a boat or can choose cruise vessels and experience in canals in their ways.

Visby, Gotland:

Steeped inside the medieval history and is also brimming intact with ruined churches, an island of Gotland, rose-entwined, Visby town and is also known as a massive draw for the visitors arriving from all over the world. Also adorned with the stepped gables, many of these medieval trading homes including many timber buildings from the 18th and 17th centuries can be seen. The place is also called by the name as “The pearl of the Baltic” and offers many guided tours for the tourists. To reach out to Stockholm you can choose the direct flights available, and you can also opt to commute from any other Swedish cities.

Stockholm Archipelago and Boat tours:

Also known as North Venice, Stockholm offers an unforgettable experience for its tourists. They are surrounded by water and approximately 30,000 islands in the Stockholm archipelago. Summerhouses of varied colours like yellow and red are known to occupy many islands while others remain unspoiled. While planning for the Archipelago, keep in mind a trip in the water, and you can choose any of the available options, whether it is in or out of the city, it will be a mesmerizing experience for you. Accompanied by lunch and dinners, the city offers unique vantage city points for the travellers. Hop-off and Hop-on positions are available too and if you get a chance to get down in Stromma boats then do not give it a miss.

There is a lot more to speak about, Sweden, and it is a city which should be in the bucket list for every person who loves to wander around in search of his mind and soul.

कानाताल, उत्तराखंड में हिमालय के बीच एक गांव

दिल्ली के पास कुछ ही जगहें ऐसी है जहाँ टूरिज्म की भीड़ कम है। ऐसी ही जगहों में से एक है मसूरी से 38 किम. दूर कानाताल गांव।
कानाताल, हिमालय की गोद मे बैठा एक खूबसूरत गांव है।

अगर आपको भीड़भाड़ से दूर शांत जगह में जाकर परिवार के साथ समय गुज़रना है, तो ये आपके लिए उपयुक्त है।

आप यहाँ कैम्पिंग के साथ साथ ट्रैकिंग, रॉक क्लाइम्बिंग और, रैपलिंग जैसे एडवेंचर एक्टिविटी कर सकते हैं।

कानाताल कैसे पहुँचे

कानाताल, उत्तराखंड में स्तिथ है और दिल्ली से लगभग 300 किम. की दूरी पे है।
ये जगह रेल, सड़क, और एयर ट्रांसपोर्ट से अच्छी तरह जुड़ी हुई है।
यही कारण है कि यहाँ पहुँचना आसान है।

कानाताल जाते वक़्त

By Air: अगर आप हवाई यात्रा द्वारा इस जगह पे पहुंचना चाहते हैं तो आपको jolly grant airport की टिकट करवानी होगी, जो कानाताल से 90 किम. दूर है।
दिल्ली से यहाँ पहुचने में 3 घंटे का समय लगता है।

By Road: कानाताल पहुचने का ये सबसे सस्ता और सुंदर तरीका है। दिल्ली से तकरीबन 8.30 घंटो में आप यहाँ पहुँच सकते हैं और साथ मे खूबसूरत नज़रो का भी लुफ्त उठा सकते हैं।

By Train: अगर आपको रेल यात्रा करनी है तो कानाताल का सबसे करीबी स्टेशन देहरादून और ऋषिकेश पड़ेगा। देहरादून कानाताल से 78 किमी. है और ऋषिकेश 76किमी.।

कानाताल पहुचने का सबसे बेहतर समय

कानाताल पहाड़ों पे स्तिथ एक छोटा सा गाओ है और आप यहाँ किसी भी मौसम में जा सकते है।

गर्मियां: गर्मियो में यहाँ का तापमान 28 डिग्री तक जाता है। रात काफी ठंडी होती है।

सर्दियां: सर्दियों में आप इस जगह को बर्फ से ढका हुआ पाएंगे।

मॉनसून: मानसून में आप यहाँ सूंदर नज़ारे द्वख सकते हैं। यहाँ बारिश काफी होती है।

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कानाताल में आप जंगल से होकर एक प्रसिद्ध मंदिर सुरकंडा देवी तक जा सकती है।

ये रास्ता काफी सुंदर है और आपको चारो तरह सैफ पाइन के पेड़ दिखेंगे। ये पहाड़ी जंगल का एक छोटा हिस्सा है।

जंगल ट्रैक

इसके अलावा आप कैम्प द्वारा प्रोवाइडेड एडवेंचर एक्टिविटीज, जैसे बर्मा ब्रिज, रैपलिंग, वैली क्रासिंग भी कर सकते हैं।

कानाताल से कुछ दूरी पे टेहरी डैम है। अगर आप मानसून में जाये तो आप वहां वाटर एक्टिविटी में भी हिस्सा ले सकते हैं।

टेहरी डैम

पहाडों पे घूमना किसे पसंद नहीं होता। हर कोई नेचर के करीब जाना चाहता है और फ्रेश, प्योर एयर का आननद लेना चाहगे हैं। हमें एक रेस्पोंसिबल ट्रैवलर की तरह पहाडों पे हो रहे प्रदूषण को रोकने में हेल्प करनी चाहये। कभी भी प्लास्टिक के पैकेट्स, चिप्स आदि खाने के पैकेट्स सिर्फ कूड़ेदान में ही डालें।

ध्यान रहे, कैंपिंग में जाते वक्त कपड़े हल्के और आरामदेह हो। चूँकि यहाँ ठंड बहोत होती है, इसलिये अपने साथ एक एक्स्ट्रा ब्लैंकेट जरूर ले जाएं। टोर्च और पानी की बोतल ऐसे ट्रेवल में साथ मे रखने से आपको काफी आराम रहता है।

50 Places to visit in the world before you die

These 50 places are for those vivid travelers who love travelling and exploring places. These places in the list are must visit and should be in your bucket list of travelling.

Each travel destination enrich your experience and gives a true meaning to your wandering. When it comes to the must visit places in the world, there are these few names. So, are you ready to experience the culture, food and the scenes of the best places in the world? checkout the list here

1. Bali, Indonesia

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2. Amsterdam, Holland

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3. Venice

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4. Maldives

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5. Singapore

6. Rome, Italy

7. Vatican City

8. Sydney, Australia

9. London, England

10. Porto, Portugal

11. New York City, United States of America

12. Bagan, Myanmar

13. Paris, France

14. New Zealand

15. Muscat

16. Lucerne, Switzerland

17. Prague, Czech Republic

18. Kandy, Sri Lanka

19 Florence, Italy

20. Goa, India

21. Xi’an, China

22. Istanbul, Turkey

23. Dubai, United Arab Emirates

24. Copenhagen, Denmark

25. Kyoto, Japan

26. Salzburg, Austria

27. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

28. Ladakh, India

29. Barcelona, Spain

30. Doha, Qatar

31. Banff, Alberta

32. Niagara Falls

33. Kampot, Cambodia

34. Krabi Province, Thailand

35. Ubud, Indonesia

36. Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

37. Kutch, India

38. Seychelles

39. Cuba

40. The Nile, Egypt

41. Whistler, Canada

42. Saint Lucia

43. Mexico City

44. Granada, Spain

45. Saint Petersburg

46. Bahrain

47. Kazakhstan

48. Rio De Janerio

49. Mongolia

50. Zurich, Switzerland

The list above will help you to decide your next stop. share your views in the comment section below.

21 Travel Bloggers That Will Inspire You to Travel

I love sharing my travel experiences and read other’s travel stories. Here I am sharing all the blogs that I have read and follow till date. They are awesome and will give you travel goals.

They are skilled writer, wanderlust addicts and brilliant photographer.

  1. Joanathx
  2. Life Time Traveller
  3. Travels With Tam!
  4. Rendezvous En New York
  5. A Wandering Woman’s Travels
  6. Cycletrekkers
  7. Webblenot
  8. Going Paces 2gether
  9. PK Jules World
  10. A Couple for the road
  11. Musings of a Whimsical Soul
  12. Baltic Traveller
  13. Valeriehoff
  14. Maninflight
  15. Pint Size Gourmets
  16. Full Time Wanderers
  17. World Hotels Club
  18. Stories By Soumya
  19. The Agape Co.
  20. Roaming Nanny
  21. Traveling with Andra

There is always an inspiration behind your passion. Follow these blogs and share your views about them.

40 Places to Visit in India Before You Turn 30

Travel while you are still young and gain experience. Here is a list of places to travel in India before you turn 30.

Read: Why should you travel?

Places to visit in North India

  1. New Delhi
  2. Agra, Uttar Pradesh
  3. Shimla, Himachal Pradesh
  4. Kullu and Manali, Himachal
  5. Mussorie and Dehradun , Uttrakhand
  6. Dharmshala, McLeodganj, Himachal Pradesh
  7. Jim Corbett National Park, Uttrakhand
  8. Amritsar, Punjab
  9. Chandigarh
  10. Nainital, Uttrakhand

Places to Visit in West India

  1. Goa
  2. Udaipur, Rajasthan
  3. Jaipur, Rajasthan
  4. Kutch, Gujrat
  5. Diu, Daman and Diu
  6. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, Rajasthan
  7. Jodhpur, Rajasthan,
  8. Gir, Gujrat
  9. Malshej Ghat, Maharastra
  10. Mahakaleshwar, Maharashtra

Read about : Jaipur – The Pink City

Places to visit in South India

  1. Munnar, Kerala
  2. Ooty, Tamil Nadu
  3. Allepey, Kerala
  4. Coorg, Karnataka
  5. Pondicherry, the french riviera of the east
  6. Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu
  7. Kodaikanal, Tamil Nadu – The Princess of hill station
  8. Andaman and Nicobar
  9. Madurai, Tamil Nadu
  10. Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu

Places to visit in the East

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  1. Majuli, Assam
  2. Darjeeling, West Bengal
  3. Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
  4. Bodh Gaya, Bihar
  5. shillong, Meghalaya
  6. North Sikkim, Sikkim
  7. Ziro, Arunachal Pradesh
  8. Kolkata, West Begal
  9. Gopalpur, Odisa
  10. Konark, Orissa

Benefits Of Travelling – Why You Must Travel

1. It Teaches You About the World

Travel makes one modest, you see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.

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Travelling teaches you about life, people and culture of the place you visit. You meet different kind of people and learn new things from them. The world is full of different experience and you have only one life. Isn’t learning from different places worth for this small life?

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2. Travelling gives you peace of mind

We all have some stress and tension in our life. Taking a break from daily routine and escaping to your favorite place for a vacation lightens your mood and gives you happiness. Make sure to plan your vacation and book your stay in advance to make your vacation smooth and relaxing.

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3. Boosts your confidence

Yes! Whether you are travelling alone or along with friends or family, travelling boosts your self confidence. It takes you out from your comfort zone and increases the ability to cope up with obstacles. The complete travelling experience helps in boosting a person’s confidence level.

4. Travelling teaches you about your self

One of the most important thing that you will experience while travelling is to explore yourself. No one knows about themselves unless and until they encounter situations. Travelling helps you to understand yourself and what you like and dislike. It helps you to identify how you feel about your homeland and how you feel about foreign lands.

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5. It broadens your horizon

Travelling helps you to meet different kind of people which is again an experience in itself. You get to know problems of places you visit and good things about the places. A good traveler observes things and try to identify problems. You get opportunity to see life challenges from a different angle.

6. Travelling makes you more interesting

This is the best thing about travelling that I like. Every time I am with my people I have some real life experiences to share with them and encourage them to visit a place. Every one travels with me whenever I tell them a story. So, yes travelling makes you an interesting person who is confident and experienced.

7. You can try foods of different places

This is again my favorite part of travelling as I am a foodie traveler. You get opportunity to try the local cuisines and street foods of places you travel. Every place is culturally different and so is the food. You can never taste a real dosa or idli unless you visit south India and similarly the real taste of chole bhature can’t be found anywhere else unless you visit Punjab.

8. You create a lifetime memory

You can forget what you had in lunch yesterday but you will never forget what you had for lunch in Jaipur. This means you are creating life time memory for you which will accompany you throughout your life.

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9. Travelling make you love your home even more

Last but not the least thing, yes for sure I love my home, my kitchen, my bed even more when I am back from a trip. Travelling gives you a life time experience and also make you realize nothing is better than being back at home.

Although travelling has lots of benefits but it can be painful if not planned. So, make sure to plan your journey in advance before you pack your bag 🙂

Want to reap all the benefits of travelling again? Then co-operate with the government and stay at home until COVID-19 is eradicated.

Happy Stay at Home!