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Bangalore: the Silicon Valley of India

Posted by on Sep 1, 2016 in Activity, bangalore, Camping, desert, Destinations, eco-friendly, entertainment, falls, Group Departure, village | 0 comments

Bangalore: the Silicon Valley of India

Bangalore: more than just being “the Silicon Valley of India” When in Karnataka, it is impossible to miss Hampi, a UNESCO world heritage site. Hampi is home to the last great Hindu empire in South India, with construction dating back to the 10th century. Further north to Hampi, Pattadakal is another complex of ancient temples, also listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The spectacular Virupaksha temple dedicated to goddess Shiva will certainly evocate memories Angkor Wat for some travellers. The majestic mountains of the Western Ghats (a UNESCO natural heritage site) are a paradise for trekkers but also for the ones looking at adventure tourism. Rafting, rock climbing or aero sports take place in spectacular...

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Sikkim..Small but Beautiful

Posted by on Aug 7, 2015 in falls, lakes, mountains | 0 comments

Sikkim..Small but Beautiful

Sikkim, the land of the mystique is the home of about 5,000 species of flowering plants, 515 rare orchids, home of about rare birds, butterflies, flora and fauna. Situated in the lower Himalayas it is one of the ecoregions of India. Guarded by Guru Rinpoche this wonderful state has friendly and honest people and a sense  of peace all over this land.Nestled between Nepal and Bhutan Sikkim provides a viewer’s paradise of great ecological diversity from snow clad Kanchanjunga to the various famous waterfalls or great lakes like Tsomgo,Gurudongmar and Khechiperi. Buddhism plays key role in the general population so we can find some of the famous monasteries like Pemyangste, Rumtek and Enchey.Apart from usual tourist destination there are options for trekking, river rafting,paragliding, mountain biking giving adventure lovers purpose to visit. Sikkim, with its discipline, peaceful atmosphere and honest hardworking people will make people fall in love on the first visit earning to return...

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Athirapalli Water Fall

Posted by on Mar 26, 2015 in falls | 0 comments

Athirapalli Water Fall

Athirapalli Falls also known as “Suren Chellakutti Falls” is situated in Athirappilly panchayath in Thrissur district of  Kerala‬, on the southwest coast of India. Located on the west-flowing Chalakudy River near the Vazhachal Forest Division and the Sholayar ranges, this 24-metre (80 ft) waterfall and the nearby ‪Vazhachal‬ Falls are popular tourist...

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Rudradhari water fall

Posted by on Sep 26, 2014 in falls | 0 comments

Rudradhari water fall

Rudradhari falls and caves are located near Kasauni Uttarakhand India. It is only 12 km far away from Kasauni on Kasauni-Almora road. The Rudradhari falls is a natural and beautiful attraction of area, and many ancient caves are explored nearby areas also. The magnificent waterfalls can be viewed while trekking to Adi Kailash. The falls impinging the valley flows from their as rivers and small springs. According to purans this place is related with Lord Shiv (Rudra) and Lord Vishnu (Hari). Someshwar temple is situated very close to...

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Kempty Fall

Posted by on Sep 26, 2014 in falls | 0 comments

Kempty Fall

Kempty Fall is a most popular tourist spot of Mussoorie Uttarakhand India, it is 15 km from Mussoorie on Chakrata Road. Kempty Fall is located 1365 meters from the sea level. Here the water falls down from the 40 ft giving the appearance of water jumping on the rocks below. It looks as if the water is playing with the rocks. Kempty Falls were developed as a picnic spot by a British John Mekinan, in 1835. The name Kempty comes from the CAMP- TEA, as the British officers would organize their tea parties here.

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