Dharamshala is one of the most exotic hill stations in Himachal Pradesh and is famous for its amazing natural beauty and chilling climate. Dharamshala is the “Winter Capital of Himachal Pradesh” and also a major tourist destination that brings a large number of traveller from different parts of the world, throughout the year. Dharamsala is also famous for its unique Tibetan community that is associated with the famous Bubbhidst Spiritual Leader, Dalai Lama. Based on its geographical features and administrative purposes, Dharamshala is divide into different areas such as Lower Dharamsala, Upper Dharamsala (McLeod Ganj), Bhagsu and Dharamkot.
Nainital, which is one of the major travel destinations in Uttarakhand and a popular hill station in north India, attracts a large number of travelers from across the world. The majestic beauty, the cool climatic conditions, the presence of various widlife species and plants makes Nainital a must to visit travel destination in north India. Situated in the valley that houses a pear shaped lake, the city of Nainital is a paradise for tourists and this place serves as a perfect honeymoon and family vacation destination. This high altitude of Nainital gives is a cool weather throughout the weather and this place is crowded by travelers in all seasons.
Kufri is a small hill station in the Shimla District of Himachal Pradesh and is one of the most popular hill station destinations in north India. The Kufri hill is located around 13 kilometers away from Shimla and is very well accessible by road. Shimla is an area which is surrounded by hills and of these hills, the Kufri hills are the highest ones. Kufri is well known for its amazing natural beauty and cool climate which makes it one of the most popular hills in Shimla and people from different parts of the world travels to this exciting hill station. For all its beauty and charm, Kufri is popularly known as the “Switzerland of the East”. It is one of the best travel place in north India for travel themes such as honeymoon vacation, family vacation and leisure trips. Continue reading
The Jim Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand has been closed by the wildlife authorities for the monsoon season and has prohibited travelers from visiting the site for a short while. The night patrolling has also been strengthened inside the park premises so as to prevent poaching and smuggling activities during the monsoon season. The wildlife authorities of Jim Corbett National Park have closed the primary routes of the wildlife park for the next four months as the situation becomes dangerous for the tourists during the monsoon.
Located in Nainital district of Uttarakhand, the Jim Corbett National Park is one of the oldest wildlife national park in India and was established in the year 1936 in a mission to protected the Bengal Tigers, which are one of the most endangered wildlife species in India. The Jim Corbett Park, which is under the Project Tiger initiative, has sub-Himalayan belt geographical and ecological characters. The presence of around 488 wild species of plants and fauna makes it a perfect destination for ecotourism and wildlife jungle safari in north India. The Jim Corbett National Park is also considered as major wildlife and adventure destination in north India.
Surrounded by Mandi and Kullu in the north, the state of Uttarakhand in the south-east, Kinnaur in the east, and Solan and Sirmaur to the south, Shimla is one of the perfect honeymoon destinations in north India. Shimla, the capital city of Himachal Pradesh is a popular holiday retreat destination during the summer months and is one of the major tourism center in north India. The Victorian architecture that are seen in the city of Shimla, especially in some areas of the Mall and the Ridge really tells us an old story that dates back to the British rule. Most of the foreign travellers consider Shimla as a prime travel spot in India and especially during the winter season when this place is covered with snow, there will be a huge flow of travellers from across the world. The scenic beauty and charm of Shimla changes during the winter, summer, autumn and spring seasons, making this place suitable for vacation travels throughout the year.
Shimla was once the summer capital of British India and since it is located at an elevation of 2,205 meters from the sea level, the place always experiences a cool and chilling climate. The cool climatic conditions has made it a popular honeymoon vacation spot in north India and a lot of young couples can be seen visiting this place during the peak tourism periods. Shimla is noted for its hilly terrain and dense evergreen forests that covers the place. Shimla becomes more beautiful and worth watching during the spring and autumn seasons and during this time the places is also not too much crowded.
Once you reach Shimla, it is for sure that you will never feel bored as there will be a lot of unique travel attractions to be explore and the fact is that you will never get enough time to cover and experience all the travel attractions in a single trip. Some of the major travel attractions in Shimla that are worth watching include The Mall, Chadwick Falls, Jakhu Temple, Jakhoo Hill, Dorje Drag Monastery, The Ridge, Lower Bazaar, Christ Church, Viceregal Lodge, Hip Hip Hurray Amusement Park, Shimla Water Catchment Sanctuary, Tara Devi temple, State Museum and Sankat Mochan.
During the winter seasons Shimla will be covered with snow which adds more beauty to its amazing landscape and the sight of the hills in Shimla covered with snow during the winter season is a sight to behold. There are a lot of travel activities that you can do in different seasons and some of the popular travel activities in Shimla include leisure walks, zoo visit, trekking, ice skating, shopping, dining and sightseeing. Apart from being a popular travel destination, Shimla has also earned its reputation as the best honeymoon vacation destination in north India and you can see a lot of young couples visiting Shimla to enjoy their honeymoon.
One of the major striking feature of Shimla as a travel destination is the availability of a wide range of hotels, resorts and lodges that can suit any type of budget. There are luxury, budget as well as economic hotels, lodges and resorts that one can easily chose from. The hotels, lodges and resorts in Shimla make sure that they provide the best accommodation facilities for the tourist. Most of the accommodation facilities are situated on the most scenic places of Shimla, so that travellers can enjoy the beauty of the hills and snow that are the landmark of Shimla.
Shimla has an airport at Jubbarhatti which is 22 km away and this is very much helpful for travellers planning to reach Shimla by air. You can also take a mountain train trip from Kalka to Shimla and this railway track has been recently awarded the status of UNESCO World Heritage Site. The mountain train trip from Kalka to Shimla passes through 103 tunnels and provides an amazing view of the surroundings. You can also reach Shimla by road, as this place is well connected to the other major north Indian cities by road.
So if you are planning for a honeymoon trip, family vacation trip or a leisure trip to Shimla, you better do it at the earliest. You can indeed take assistance from any of the reputed travel tour operators who can really guide you in making your trip to Shimla a memorable one.
Nanital is a great tourist destination in the Indian state of Uttarakhand and is also a beautiful hill station which is located in the Kumaon foothills of the outer Himalayas. The Nanital hill station is located at an altitude of 2,084 meters above sea level which give a cool climate throughout the year. The city of Nainital is set in a
valley that contains a pear shaped lake and surrounded by three different mountains. The three different mountains that surround Nainital are Naina which is situated north of Nainital, Deopatha located on the west and Ayarpatha on the south. Nainital is one of the most popular and traditional hill station destinations in north India and has been a center of attraction for the travellers since a long time. People from different age groups and different countries visit Nainital to enjoy its mesmerising beauty and cool climatic conditions.
North India is home to some of the most amazing and exotic travel destinations in India and holds a prominent place in the tourism industry of India. When it comes to choosing a honeymoon destination in North India, you will not run out of options as there are a number of perfect honeymoon destinations that can provide an everlasting memory for everyone. The romantic destinations of North India have gained sufficient prominence as the major travel attractions in India and it is quite evident from the number of traveler visiting these destinations annually.
Rishikesh is a beautiful city in the Dehradun city of Uttarakhand and is located on the banks of the Ganges River in the foothills of the great Himalayas in North India. With a population of around 102,138, it is 7th largest city and largest municipal boart of Uttarakhand State. Due to its proximity with the Himalayan mountian ranges, Rishikesh is also known as “The Gateway to the Garhwal Himalayas” and is one of the most sacred place for Hindus and a major religious center in North India. People from different parts of the world are seen coming to this sacred and spiritual travel destination in India during the peak seasons.
The Ranthambore National Park in Rajasthan is one of the most popular wildlife national park in India and due to its amazing and rare breed of wildlife species, this park has become one of the best wildlife tourist attraction in north India. This wildlife sanctuary is located in Sawai Madhopur district of Rajasthan and is around 130 km away from Rajasthan’s Capital City Jaipur. Continue reading