Flowers

Welcome to Wonder Vision to those secluded pious places where the crowds are minimal, the temperature is just right, and the flowers are blooming! You can go to see flowers in a botanical garden, but if you prefer to simply encounter them in nature count on Wonder Vision. Selecting a tour depends on so many causes and such as scenic beauty, meditation, luxury, cosmopolitan shopping experience, wildlife, cultures, and, we’d like to offer some suggestions in choosing a tour- for flowers and flowers only. For anyone who wants to see nature in all its glory and smell the roses—or in this case the tulips, hyacinths, narcissi, and daffodils—Wonder Vision is the prime medium to be. We are aesthetic, have made certain that visitors won’t miss a single bloom. It was spectacular to wander around the cobblestone streets of old seeing such a modern contrast of flow

As a popular national park in India, the Valley of Flowers  is known for its variety of flora and fauna and is internationally recognized for the diverse alpine flora. The Valley of Flowers wonderfully represents the West Himalayan bio-geographic zone. Since it was declared a national park in 1982, the Indian government has been taking various measures to preserve the pristine beauty of the valley and Wonder vision proudly participates in this riot of colours. Our travel staffs are professionally trained and offer an extensive customer service ranging from the issue of local travel tickets through to booking day excursions. Go to North East and we have a close partnership to make sure the best information is easily accessible to you. It is the culmination of the vision of local business people to foster and develop the outstanding natural resources of our beautiful land, and to sensitively open it up to become the tourist destination of the coming years

With wonder Vision please sped the week surrounded by flowers; hunting for them, eating them, photographing them, and even learning to appreciate them as art. Hiking with our guide will led you to new varieties of high altitude blooms that were just starting to break through the winter ground and show their colorful face. With Wonder vision every season is spring.

Experience a Chill Down Your Spine

Posted by on Nov 1, 2016 in Horror | 0 comments

Experience a Chill Down Your Spine

Do you want to experience a chill down your spine?With #WonderVisionyou can discover the haunted secrets of the Kolkata to get the extra thrill.The Kolkata Dockyard was once owned by Nawab Wajid Ali Shah of Awadh. This is not one of the famous haunted places in Kolkata.There is a spot just under the Howrah Bridge which is near the Mullick Ghat flower market which is believed to be center for various paranormal activities in Kolkata.National Library in Kolkata boasts of many supernatural activities in the library that one would not even find a guard during night shift. #Wondervision #wonderful...

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Three Main Benefits From Nature

Posted by on Sep 23, 2016 in Magic of Science, mountains, Writer's Choice, writers choice | 0 comments

Three Main Benefits From Nature

#WonderVision Desk : Expect three main benefits from nature: restoration, contemplation and inspiration. All of them are crucial for creative leaders. Nature restores us. It gives us physical and emotional health—when it comes to stress relief, breathing fresh air is as close to medicine as you can get. Being in the mountains or near the ocean directly affects our health in a good way. After just 20 minutes in a natural setting, our levels of cortisol, which is a stress indicator, decrease significantly.

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Mount Everest : “Because it’s there.” – George Mallory

Posted by on Sep 22, 2016 in Destinations, mountains | 0 comments

Mount Everest : “Because it’s there.” – George Mallory

Why explore the depths of the ocean,sky kissing snowy mountains,Impenetrable forests?George Mal­lory who returned to Ever­est for his third attempt spoke three immor­tal words to a New York Times reporter in 1924 — “Because it’s there” — which have echoed through­out our attitude. Mal­lory lives on in the fol­low­ing bril­liantly elo­quent quotes.“BECAUSE IT’S THERE… EVER­EST IS THE HIGH­EST MOUN­TAIN IN THE WORLD, AND NO MAN HAS REACHED ITS SUM­MIT. ITS EXIS­TENCE IS A CHAL­LENGE. THE ANSWER IS INSTINC­TIVE, A PART, I SUP­POSE, OF MAN’S DESIRE TO CON­QUER THE UNIVERSE.”#WonderVision salutes...

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Jatinga – Birds Suicide Point

Posted by on Sep 17, 2016 in Birds | 0 comments

Jatinga – Birds Suicide Point

Jatinga Myth __ #Wondervision Desk_ Jatinga in Dima Hasao District, Assam is most famous for the phenomenon of birds “committing suicide”. The late naturalist E. P. Gee brought this phenomenon to global attention.Anwaruddin Choudhury in the book The Birds of Assam concluded that the birds, mostly juveniles and local migrants, are disturbed by high velocity winds at their roost. When the disturbed birds fly towards lights as refuge they are hit with bamboo poles and killed or injured.

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Charismatic Kashmir

Posted by on Sep 13, 2016 in Destinations, Group Departure, mountains, Shooting Location | 0 comments

Charismatic Kashmir

Jammu & Kashmir has been awarded as the best romantic destination! !Yes, you read that right–the leading travel magazine brand has released its entire list of winners at the Lonely Planet Magazine India Travel Awards 2016.We are proud being a part of Incredible India !

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Arunachal Pradesh – The Land of Rising Sun

Posted by on Sep 8, 2016 in Destinations, eco-friendly, Group Departure, memorable stay, mountains, Valley, vilagescape | 0 comments

Arunachal Pradesh – The Land of Rising Sun

Trip Tips for Arunachal Pradesh from the ‘Wonder-Visionists’ ————————————————— 1.Don’t forget your authorized permit,the visitors other than natives of Arunachal Pradesh are required to obtain an Inner Line Permit ( ILP ) to enter Arunachal Pradesh. These can also be obtained from Resident Commissioner’s office / Deputy Resident Commissioner & Liaison Offices. Office Location:New Delhi, Kolkata, Guwahati, Shillong, Dibrugarh, Tezpur, North Lakhimpur & Jorhat;Visiting hrs.-Mon-Fri:10:00 A.M – 1:00 P.M. 2. must have some cash in hand, although ATM services were available in Tawang or Dirang.Take necessary precautions against Vertigo.Expect expense. The rate of food is generally 120-150 INR for basic vegetable thali/meal. 3.Check about photography permissions/video filming at any monument.It may not always be possible to view the tribal festivals of Arunachal Pradesh unless it is being celebrated in the local town hall or community grounds. 4.Don’t bye articles made from rare/endangered species of animals which are banned. 5.Advisable to shop at the Govt. Emporia/Fixed Price Shops to ensure quality and reasonable prices. Try to buy from Government stall only for genuine handicraft. 6.Arunachal Pradesh is yet to be connected with the rest of the country by the Rail. The nearest railway station is Harmutty (near Banderdewa) in Assam only 23 km from Naharlagun & 33 km from Itanagar. However, the nearest convenient railhead is North Lakhimpur in Assam, 50 km from Naharlagun & 60 km from Itanagar. For other important places, the nearest railway stations are Silapathar for Along, Tinsukia for Tezu, Balipara for Bomdila / Tawang and Margherita for Namdapha. However AST buses also connect Itanagar to Shillong, Ziro, Guwahati, Balijan, Poma, Lilabari, Jote, Raga, Sagalee, Pasighat, Dibrugarh, Tezpur, Bombdila, etc 7.Losar Festival is held by the Monpas in December and even though it is a little cold, this is a festive time to take part in. 8.Be security conscious. Do not forget to keep the contact numbers of the local representatives and the police stations.Keep yourself up to date with climate, political situation. 9.Major circuits:TEZPUR- SEIJOSA -BHALUKPONG-TIPI-TEZPUR TOURIST CIRCUIT;ROING – MAYUDIA – ANINI TOURIST CIRCUIT; TEZPUR-BHALUKPONG-BOMDILA-TAWANG TOURIST CIRCUIT;ITANAGAR-ZIRO-DAPORIJO-ALONG-PASIGHAT TOURIST CIRCUIT; MARGHERITA-MIAO-NAMDAPHA TOURIST CIRCUIT,TINSUKIA-TEZU-HAYULIYANG TOURIST CIRCUIT & many more unique ones. 10. In Tirap district don’t miss beautiful blue Vanda (Vanda coerulea).Sessa, 24 km from Tipi, has an Orchid Sanctuary which boasts of beautiful white Coelogyne nitida, the tree borne yellow; Cymbidium elegans and Dendrobium chrysanthum.In Dirang Orchid Sanctuary, Paphiopedilum fairieanum – The “Lost lady slipper orchid” is very rare, endangered and endemic orchid. # N.B.-In 1992, a major change considering tourist policy took place. The Union Home Ministry agreed to allow foreign tourists to visit Arunachal Pradesh and they are allowed to trek, raft and fish on certain selected natural...

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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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Leh- Land of Luxury & Festivals

Posted by on Aug 31, 2016 in Activity, adventure, Camping, Destinations, Journey, mountains, Treking | 0 comments

Leh- Land of Luxury & Festivals

While planning a trip to Leh, just check for upcoming festivals. If your trip coincides with a festival, then there is nothing like it. Colourful dances, delightful delicacies and the festive spirit will ensure you know what party at an altitude of 3524 feels like. Losar Festival Come new year and Leh is ready to celebrate. Although there is no fixed date for this festival held either in January or December. It’s a 15 day festival with 3 main days of celebration. With preparation starting a month in advance, Losar is a festival the people wait for. They dance, sing and decorate their houses. On one day there is a huge procession of lively people in the streets and bazaar area. This festival is full of rituals too. This is your chance to be a part of the rich culture and traditions of Leh. Also, don’t forget changkol (local form of beer), it helps double the festive fun! Ladakh Festival If you want to travel to Leh in September, plan your trip between September 1-15. These 15 days are kept aside for the Ladakh Festival. Excitement reaches a new level and the sound of music fills the air. It’s an experience watching performers in flashy jewels and turquoise headgear on the street. Even the monks join in the fun with brightly coloured masks and dance to the beats of traditional music. GIven a chance, be a part of this festival and take home a colourful moment from Leh back home. Hemis Festival Have you heard of the mask dance? Now get ready to witness it live! The Hemis Festival (sometime in June-July) is dedicated to lord Lord Padmasambhava. The festivities take place around open rectangular courtyard. It is a unique set up where the lamas sit to eat while music plays in the background. It is a very organised affair full of intriguing ritual performances. Show...

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Immortal Kishore Kumar.. Ye Kashmir Hai

Posted by on Aug 4, 2016 in Shooting Location | 0 comments

Immortal Kishore Kumar.. Ye Kashmir Hai

On the auspicious birthday of Kishore Kumar let’s a have a look back at the life of musical maestro. It is believed that Kishore Kumar’s musical journey started with an injury. His brother Dada Muni Ashok Kumar once revealed that a young Kishore had a ‘terrible’ voice but once he cut his big toe at home and the injury made him cry all the time. He would scream always and, as Dada Muni put it, ‘Uska Gala Khul Gaya.’ So this pain worked as the catalyst to transformed Abhas Kumar Ganguly into ‘the voice of the nation’. This serves as a perfect match to his oft-forgotten song about Kashmir. As the pain brought inexplicable raga to his soul so also let all the troubles of present Kashmir will craft her more soulful, panoramic, soothing. So Wander in Kashmir and Visualize Kishore Da yodeling his way into our hearts- who could make the audience laugh, dance and then suddenly cry – all in one stage...

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Ayurveda – The Path of Knowledge

Posted by on Aug 1, 2016 in rejuvenation | 0 comments

Ayurveda – The Path of Knowledge

It is an ancient system of medicine developed in our part of the world, long before the “father of medicine”, Hippocrates, was even born. The name comes from two conjoined Sanskrit words “Ayuh” (life) and “Veda” (science or knowledge).Since ancient times, man has engaged in the pursuit of achieving and maintaining an optimum state of health. Way back in 600 BC, Ayurveda emerged in South Asia as the natural way of healing. Today, Ayurveda has evolved into a scientific system of holistic healing that has gained recognition across the globe. “Ayurveda” is not only a form of medication – it is a way of life known to generations of Kerala for over 3000 years.The health conscious today are searching for effective alternatives to the spiraling costs and side effects that result from the use of modern medicine. Kerala possesses an unbroken tradition of Ayurveda that has surpassed the many invasions and intrusions both foreign and native. For hundreds of years the Ayurveda Vaidyas (traditional practitioners of Ayurveda) were almost the only access for people seeking healing from every kind of disease in Kerala. The legendary eight families of Vaidyas (Ashta vaidyas) and their successors treated the entire state for centuries. Unlike the other Indian states the status of Ayurveda in Kerala is not alternative but mainstream. In fact, today, Kerala is the only State in India which practices this system of medicine with absolute dedication.  In Kerala Ayurveda is not just a healthcare system but it is a part and parcel of every aspect of life, in fact it is a lifestyle in Kerala so to speak. The miracles like paralysed people walk, incurable diseases cured etc. that happen even today inspires respect and awe for the vaidyars of Kerala. Kerala has a number of Ayurveda treatment centres which offer various packages. From treatments like uzhichil and pizhichil to curing illnesses like arthritis to beauty massages for the skin and hair; there is no place better than Kerala to seek the benefits of Ayurveda. Kerala has a number of natural herbs such as Aswagandha, Amalki, Katphal, Brahmi, Bharangi, Yashtimadhu, Shankhupusham to name a few. Turmeric, Cinnamon, Keezharnelli (Phylantus Amarus), Kilukillapa (Crotalaria Retusa Linn), Koduveli (Plumbago Zeylanica Linn) and many more herbs with medicinal values are found in Kerala. The rainy season, from June to September, is the ideal time for Ayurvedic treatments because the atmosphere remains cool, moist, and dust free. This opens up the body’s pores, making it receptive to herbal oils and therapy. The places offering the best packages in Ayurveda in Kerala are : Somatheeram Ayruveda Resort near Kovalam, Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Shala which is a hospital, Beach and Lake Ayurveda Resort and Surya Samudra Spa Niraamaya at Tivandrum, Keralyeem Ayurvedic resort near Allepey and Ayurkshethra at...

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