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Trekking In Uttarakhand: The 7 Greatest Treks That Will Leave You Mesmerized

There is a reason why Uttarakhand in India is named as the Land of Gods. Gangotri, a sacred place for Hindu pilgrimages, lies in Uttarakhand. Several pilgrims undertake the arduous journey to the source of Ganga to absorb the spiritual energy of the sages who once lived here. More recently, trekking in Uttarakhand has begun gaining popularity as a recreational adventure sport.

Home to Nanda Devi (the second tallest Indian peak) and 700 million other peaks, Uttarakhand is the go-to destination for both experienced trekkers and first-timers. The best trekking season in Uttarakhand falls between April to June and October and November.

We have handpicked 7 best trekking places in Uttarakhand. These trekking routes in Uttarakhand will introduce you to natural wonders and sceneries of India like you’ve never seen before:

1. Roopkund Trek

Roopkund Trek

This area is usually called is the ‘mystery lake’, since human skeletons and remains of horses from the Paleolithic age were found here. The lake is surrounded by rock-strewn glacier and snow clad peaks. The starting point of the trek is Lohajang, easily approached by motor from Almora. Roopkund can also be reached by Ghat, connected by a motorable road with Nandprayag situated on the main highway of Badrinath. Roopkund trek in Uttarakhand passes through lush green grassy land and conifer forest clinging into the slopes of hills.

Difficulty level: Moderate to high

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2. Lal Tibba Trek

Manali Himalayas Malana Mountaineerz

Lal Tibba is at a daunting altitude of 7500 feet. The picturesque view it lends is surely worth a visit. Being the highest point in Mussoorie, the place gives a spectacular view of snow clad Himalayas, dense deodar forests, and peaceful slopes. Lal Tibba is centrally located. Therefore, you can enjoy the telescopic views of Kedarnath, Baderpunch, Badrinath and many other beautiful places whilst trekking. The Lal Tibba trek is suitable for 2 days trekking in Uttarakhand.

Difficulty level: Moderate to high

3. Valley Of Flowers

Valley Of Flowers View

There is no better remedy for our sedentary lifestyle than a day spent in nature. With every step on a trail, mountains offer a world not seen before. Trekking in the Valley of Flowers is a popular sport among both experienced trekkers and first-timers. This one day trek in Uttarakhand in summer is like a walk in the Garden of Eden.

Difficulty level: Easy

4. Guano Hills Trek

Guano Hills Trek

Guano Hills is a must visit for all the trekkers. All the photography freaks, nature, and peace lovers would find a visit to the Guano Hills truly mesmerizing. The Guano Hills trek is one of the best weekend treks in Uttarakhand. It is the best place for bird watching. The hills are home to millions of bird species. The view from the Guano hills is just beyond imagination and breathtaking.

Difficulty level: Easy to moderate

5. Chopta Trek

Chopta Trek

The Chopta Chandrashila trek is one of the most popular trekking routes in Uttarakhand. Chopta is a charming hill station in Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary and is also called the ‘Mini Switzerland’ of India. The Chandrashila mountain peak is home to Tungnath, the highest Shiva temple in the world. Make sure to attempt the snow trek to Chopta to find yourself closer to Shiva. It will be a moment of pure bliss.

Difficulty level: Easy

6. Dayara Bugyal Trek

Trekking Place

Dayara Bugyal trek is at a height of 3,408 meters above the sea level and is considered to be one of the most beautiful treks in Haridwar. The trek will take you through lush green meadows where you will find shepherds and woolly lambs passing by. You will also come across fragrant forests with sunlight filtering through the maple trees.

Difficulty level: Easy to Moderate

7. Dodital Lake Trek

Dodital Lake View

Named after Dodi (a typical trout found in the lake), the water of Dodital lake is believed to have medicinal properties. People seeking relief from chronic skin diseases should take a dip in the lake. It is said that the water can help clear up the skin. The Dodital lake is at a distance of 32 km from Uttarkashi. Lots of Himalayan birds venture the lake region during the peak season which makes it ideal for bird-watching along with trekking trip in uttarkhand.

Difficulty level: Moderate to high

Nothing can be more rewarding than embarking on short treks in Uttarakhand with your friends from college or work. These treks will offer you alluring beauty of lush green meadows, snow-capped mountains, and pregnant streams. Make the most of trekking in Uttarakhand by booking a trip to Uttarkhand in the trekking season. The scenic beauty of this place will draw you in time and again. The mountains are calling and you must go!

 

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A Mind-Blowing Solo Trip To Cambodia Like Priyadarshini’s Is Worth Every Effort

I’ve always wanted to go on a solo trip to one of the South East Asian countries and I chose Cambodia because of its rich amalgamation of various cultures, ethnic groups (including a multitude of hill tribes) and religions. I have heard a lot about the friendliness of the locals (the majority of whom belong to the fabled Khmer ethnic group), the vibrant night markets, the palaces, the Khmer culture and the fantastical fabled temples. Cambodia is also one of the rare elective monarchies in the world and this made me all the more curious about the place and encouraged me to take a solo trip to Cambodia. In addition, I’m a big fan of Tomb Raider and was dying to see the Ta Prohm temple aka “the Tomb Raider temple” where the movie was shot.

I have also read a lot about the Vietnamese war and the devastating effect it’s had on Cambodia. Cambodia has had its fair share of tragedies but despite that its people are known to still have their fabled unwavering Cambodian spirits up. Present day Cambodia has come to be known as one of the fastest growing economies in the world. All this made me want to visit Cambodia, or in other words, the Kingdom of Cambodia, to get a feel of all the stories I’ve heard of the legendary place. I connected with TravelTriangle who planned a customized solo trip for me.

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Trip Cost: INR 26,000
No. Of People: 1
Trip Duration: 4 Days
Inclusions: Transport, Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Airport Transfers, Sightseeing, English Speaking Guide, Accommodation
Exclusions: Taxes, Visa Stamping Fee, Travel Insurance

Day 1: Arrival in Siem Reap & Floating Village Tour
Day 2: Visit Bayon Temple & Angkor Wat
Day 3: Visit Koh Ker & Beng Melea
Day 4: Leisure Time & Departure

Come with me as I explore and unfold the secrets of beauty treasured for several years at these breathtaking sites in Cambodia:

Tonle Sap

Priya at Tonle Sap

Priya at Tonle Sap

Priya at Tonle Sap

Priya in Cambodia

I was excited to visit Tonle Sap for a floating villages tour. Tonle Sap is a combined name given to a serene freshwater lake and a river in Cambodia. The Tonle Sap Lake is connected to the popular Mekong River through Tonle Sap River. Exploring the beautiful floating villages was a wonderful experience. I was awestruck by the house like structures made out of sticks and bamboo on the boats floating on the water. I enjoyed interacting with locals, especially children while walking through the stilted villages along the banks of the lake. They were so cheerful and friendly that I could easily match my vibe with them. I even ate some steamy delicious noodles at one of the floating restaurants and made the most of my solo trip to Cambodia.

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Angkor Wat

Priya at Angkor Wat

Priya at Angkor

Priya at Angkor

Priya in Cambodia

It was time to visit Angkor Wat temples, the major highlight of my trip and one of the most awaited dream visits. This huge, grand and stunning temple complex has always been a symbolic structure for Cambodia. This massive religious site was built for the Khmer Empire as a hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu. But towards the end of the 12th century, Angkor Wat became a Buddhist temple. It was as if each brick of the temple had to story to narrate. I was left simply stunned by the quality of architecture – the extent of thought, precision and detailing of the inscriptions on the stones. The guide spent several hours explaining the writings engraved on the stones and the messages they conveyed. The skilfully cut and designed sandstone temples in the complex still stand intact to reveal the glory of that period to all those who are ready to listen.

Ta Prohm Temple

Priya at Ta Prohm

Priya at Ta Prohm

Priya at Ta Prohm

Priya in Cambodia

As mentioned earlier, visiting this temple was one of the major reasons for taking a solo trip to Cambodia. Ta Prohm temple is one of the most popular temples within the Angkor Archaeological Park in Krong Siem Reap. The temple was built during the 12th to the 13th century and was originally named Rajavihara. The Bayon architectural style of the temple brought in the name ‘The Bayon Temple’. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was also an impressive structure. Someone told me that clicking a picture with the Bayon faces brings good luck. I wasn’t sure about the veracity of this claim, so I took many pictures with these just in case!

Koh Ker And Beng Mealea

Priya at Bengon Mealea

Priya at Bengon Mealea

Priya at Bengon Mealea

Koh Ker is a beautiful temple complex dating back to the 10th-century. The temple is surrounded by lush and dense forest which adds more mystical charm to this site. I visited Koh Ker on the third and final day of my stay in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The view atop the Koh Ker temple complex was breathtaking. The stepped 7-tiered pyramid structure is undoubtedly a masterpiece. Its stained yet strong walls have developed the growth of weeds as if the structure has embraced its surroundings.

I also visited the Beng Mealea temple. A temple from the period of Angkor Wat, this is located 40 kilometers away from it, towards the East. The Beng Mealea temple was equally breathtaking. This one is also known as the Jungle Temple and was quite literally the stuff of dreams. The entire place had an ethereal feel to it and left me spellbound.

While traveling to Cambodia, travelers must carry lightweight and light-colored clothing. Keep comfortable shoes and sandals. Always carry a powerful sunscreen and deodorant along. Keep an unlocked mobile phone with a Cambodian SIM card. If you are traveling in the rainy season, do not forget to carry umbrellas.

I booked my solo trip to Cambodia with Bamboo Hat Tours using the TravelTriangle App. I chose this agency as their itinerary fit my budget and also covered a lot of places in a short span of time. The trip was planned and organized by Sophie from Bamboo Hat Tours and she was very helpful. She was available 24/7 and was quick to respond to my queries. One day prior to my departure to Cambodia from Bangalore, however, I was struck down with fever. But all my bookings were done and I also got my leaves approved from office management. So, I decided to take this trip and because all the arrangements were made by TravelTriangle properly, my trip went really smooth and happy.

Here are some Cambodia travel tips from my solo trip experience:

          • It’s important to ensure that one applies for the e-visa using the official government website
          • Book the flights (at least 2-3 months) in advance to ensure the prices are cheaper
          • It’s important for one to plan and discuss with their travel agent about the temples to be covered
          • It’s important to ensure that one doesn’t lose the Angkor temple visa as doing so can attract a hefty fine

          Cambodia is a destination that beholds several mysteries that can be uncovered only by taking a trip to Cambodia. And if it is a solo trip to Cambodia like Priyadarshini’s, you are there all by yourself to explore and witness the mystical beauty of this nation. So, get inspired and make your dream of a solo journey come true.

           

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Our Magical 7 Days In Bhutan Were All We Needed For A Perfect Honeymoon!

Away from bustling cities and crowded tourist places, Bhutan is the perfect place to spend a romantic getaway. It is a green country that has a pleasant atmosphere and mesmerizing landscapes. The country also houses many ancient sites that include fortresses and monasteries which are inimitable and unique in many ways. Travelers also enjoy the steep mountains and valleys which feels astonishing and offers a treat to eyes. The adventure sports and other thrilling activities also attract tourists to the place. Sagar Khare and his wife also wanted to visit this fantastic country, therefore, they decided to spend 7 Days in Bhutan on their honeymoon trip which they planned with TravelTriangle. Here’s what they have to say!

It was our honeymoon trip and we wanted to visit a place which has somewhat cold weather in the first half of May and also cooler than Mumbai, so it had to be somewhere in the northeast of India. But then a close relative suggested us to visit Bhutan who had visited it in the same month a couple of years back. Also, my wife being an architect is always fascinated by historical monuments & Bhutan has plenty of them, along with it, the place has a wonderful climate, admirable cleanliness, and is surrounded by natural beauty. Thus making it our first choice. Another best part is, Indian currency is accepted everywhere and all of this is what made spending 7 days in Bhutan sheer magic.

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Trip Type: Honeymoon Trip
Cost: INR 49500
No. Of People: 2
Duration: 7 Days In Bhutan
Inclusions: Sightseeing, immigration charges, Airport Transfer, River Rafting Charges, Breakfast in all hotel, camping in Punakha, internal tax
Exclusions: Lunch and evening snacks, insurance & medical cost, hard drinks & liquors, Entrance fees to museums and monasteries, Specialized guides

Day 1: Arrival at Phuntsholing
Day 2: Get transferred to Thimphu
Day 3: Visit to enchanting local sites
Day 4: Get transferred to Punakha
Day 5: Enjoy a thrilling trek to Tiger’s Nest
Day 6: Day at leisure
Day 7: Departure back home

Our honeymoon in Bhutan was made special by the dramatic landscape and soothing climate that the place offers. Here is a glimpse of our memorable 7 days romantic trip to Bhutan.

1. Memorial Chorten and Buddha point: Unique places to visit

Buddha Dordenma statue in Thimphu

largest Buddha statues

Memorial Chorten

textile museum

beauty of bhutan

Memorial Chorten, also known as Thimphu Chorten is a stupa located on Doe Boom Lam is unlike most stupas in the world. The Memorial Chorten does not enshrine human remains but instead represents the mind of the Buddha. And at Buddha point, we witness the Buddha Dordenma statue in Thimphu at 51.5 meters is among the largest Buddha statues in the world. Located atop a hill in Kuensel Phodrang Nature Park, the statue is gilded in bronze and gold. Along with this, we also visited the textile museum located near the National Library. Established in 2001, the museum sustains and promotes the art of weaving. One can also buy books and textiles from the museum shop. The trip to Zangdok Palri Temple is also worth mentioning and our Bhutan 7 day trip cost covered all the sightseeing expenses.

2. Punakha Valley: Most scenic destination

Punakha Valley

Dochula Pass

 majestic Punakha Dzong

Mo Chu river

Mo Chu river

The next morning after breakfast we drove to low lands of Punakha valley via Dochula Pass. Post lunch we visited majestic Punakha Dzong placed strategically at the junction of the Pho Chu and Mo Chu rivers, the dzong was built in 1637 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal. In the evening we had our river rafting in the ice-cold Mo Chu river. After adventurous rafting and a dip in the river, we had a nice warm breakfast followed by campfire and dinner. The night’s stay in the camp was amazing. Camping and rafting were arranged by Druk rafting services which was a part of our customized 7 days itinerary in Bhutan.

3. Paro: Home to many sacred sites

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best tour

red flowers

One of the best experiences from our 7 days itinerary in Bhutan, visiting Paro is something we will always remember. After the cozy morning we headed to Paro, we checked in to Hotel Khamsum in the afternoon and had one of the best lunches ever, later in the evening we went for some shopping for family & friends. Weather was a bit cold with the breeze which makes your evening walk memorable. Dinner was outstanding again, thanks to Chef of Khamsum.

4. Tiger’s Nest: A splendid monastery

tigers nest

exploring tigers nest

nature

beauty

After early morning checkout, we enjoyed a thrilling trek to Tiger’s Nest. Resting on a cliff you can reach the top in almost 2 hours if you are an enthusiastic trekker. Also known as Taktshang Goemba or Paro Taktsang, Tiger’s Nest is a monastery that is perched on a cliff and offers you a spectacular scenery of blue pine and rhododendron forest. Make sure your Bhutan 7 day trip cost covers this awesome destination. Legends state that Guru Rinpoche flew to this site on a tigress’ back to mollify a local demon. After our visit to Tiger Nest, we headed back to Phuentsholing at Hotel Damchen.

beauty in one picture

I and my wife prefer Indian food and easily finding Indian cuisine in Paro was really a delight. The food was delicious and the quality of the food was uncompromised. The healthy and tasteful food enriched our experience and provided us with gratification. Hotel Khamsum in Paro undoubtedly serves the best Indian cuisine that is prepared by expert chefs whose adroitness can easily be seen in its fantastic flavor and aromas.

beautiful place

enjoying the nature

Since we were planning to spend 7 days in Bhutan, shopping was something we obviously indulged in. 90% of our shopping was from Paro as our guide suggested that goods in Paro are authentic. We would suggest bargaining as some goods are overpriced. Buddhist praying flag is famous, thus if you happen to visit Bhutan then do buy them. Shopping in Paro is the perfect place to buy souvenirs and gifts for your friends and families. At the Paro market, one can find exclusive items that represent the tradition and culture of this place. We would like to mention that Bhutan is economical and our Bhutan 7 day trip cost that we had set out separately, covered it all.

Here are some travel tips we would like to give to anyone planning to spend 7 days in Bhutan.

  • Make a list of things that you might forget.
  • Pre-plan your outfits so that you don’t end up carrying unwanted luggage.
  • Carry photocopies of important documents.
  • Provide alternative contacts to reach you in case of an emergency.
  • Plan early to save on flight costs.
  • Do some research on locality, climate, and issues around the place of your stay or visit.
  • Be flexible on your schedule as things might not work out as planned.

It was simply amazing, the tour was going according to the schedule and the agents Himavat Destination was always available to any assistance. I am glad that I found TravelTriangle who helped us make our 7 days in Bhutan absolutely amazing. Cheers…!!!

Bhutan is a paradise for nature lovers and those who want to escape from the bustling city life. The place offers a sense of belongingness and serenity that provide an amazing experience to families and couples and we think a glimpse of our 7 days itinerary in Bhutan would have told you so. To enjoy this beautiful country, plan your own itinerary and visit some stunning historical places when you book your Bhutan tour with TravelTriangle

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Shimla Vs Manali Honeymoon 2019: Which Is Better For You And Why?

Himachal being the prized crown of the Himalayas presents stunning getaways for all the honeymooners. The incredible landscapes, romantic attractions, and good vibes of the surroundings make Shimla vs Manali honeymoon a really tough competition! Being so close to each other, Shimla and Manali are bestowed with almost identical attributes that make their combined trip the mother of all the honeymoon destinations in India. Catch the surreal sunset view at The Ridge in Shimla or flee away to the snow-swept Rohtang – either way you romance the untarnished nature!


The number romantic activities at these two popular honeymoon destinations, topped with a year-round favorable climate looks good enough to pull honeymooners and leave them enchanted. But there is a fine line separating these two popular honeymoon destinations in the North India located 250 km apart. Let’s find out what gives one of them that slight edge over the other.

Both the places have a mountainous terrain due to which the weather is often cold. Both the places feature best of nature’s creative finesse!

Landscapes Of Shimla

A view of Shimla city in Himachal on a bright day

It is a year-round destination with snowy winter and pleasant summer. Mountains dotted with oak and deodar make Shimla an adorable beauty. The capital city of Himachal is an ideal choice for adventure and water activities in summer. Monsoon is not a good time to travel to Shimla because of frequent landslides caused by heavy rainfall and cloudbursts.

Landscapes Of Manali

Top view of a settlement in Manali

At 6200 feet, Manali is certainly a popular honeymoon destination in Himachal Pradesh that boasts of imposing snow-capped peaks, rivers, waterfalls, and coniferous forest. Akin to Shimla, Manali experiences similar climatic conditions throughout the year. Which makes it ‘the wide range of activities in Manali versus exciting locales of Shimla’.

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Hill stations have always been the top choices as honeymoon destinations. Choose a time that promises the experiences you two will cherish forever.

Best Time For Honeymoon In Shimla

Couple taking a romantic walk in Shimla

For snow lovers, October – March is the best time to plan a honeymoon to Shimla. The hill town experiences heavy snowfall and the temperature remains between -2 to 8 degree celsius thus making conditions warm and cozy for honeymooners. Summers are pleasant with temperature usually falling between 15 to 30-degree celsius.

Best Time For Honeymoon In Manali

The road leading to Rohtang pass near Manali

October – February and April – June considered as the best time to visit Manali for a honeymoon. The temperature during winters hovers between -3 to 5 degree celsius while in summer it usually remains between 15 to 25 degrees. Solang valley near Manali has ropeways and paragliding options that make a trip to Manali in summers look perfect.

A couple in the snow

The trip duration may vary on the basis of your interests and budget. Here is the ideal duration for both the destinations and the average cost of their respective honeymoon packages:

Ideal duration for a Shimla honeymoon: 2 nights, 3 days
Average Shimla honeymoon package cost: INR 17,500 onwards

Ideal duration for a Manali honeymoon: 2 nights, 3 days
Average Manali honeymoon package cost: INR 13,000 onwards

Both the honeymoon destinations have an abundance of breathtaking scenic beauty. A romantic outing at these places exemplify love.

Best Places To Visit In Shimla For Honeymoon

Jakhoo hills is one of the best places to visit in Shimla

A city endowed with the charm of British Raj, Shimla has that vital element of rustic charm embossed in its surroundings. Marvel the lush nature around at Naldehra Peak – one of the favorite turfs of Lord Curzon, the golf course at an altitude of 2000 meter plus looks stunning. 14 km from Shimla lies Kufri – a place that must be visited on your Shimla honeymoon trip. Mahasu Peak – the highest point in Kufri, makes for the prevalent attraction in Kufri. While Chail is 55 km from the city center that must be on your bucket list.

If a romantic walk amid the lush meadows in on your mind head to The Glen, and Annandale (5 km from Scandal Point that lies towards the end of The Mall promenade). The Ridge is again a perfect stretch to carry on those never ending conversations. Among others, Potter’s Hill close to the Summer Hill region, and Mashobra (14 km from city) are the nearby attractions that can’t be left alone. Last but not the least Bihargaon (4 km from the city) must be visited to get some breather from the bustling city crowd. It is one of the best-kept secrets of Himachal known for its splendid architecture.

Best Places To Visit In Manali For Honeymoon

 The Hadimba Devi Temple in Manali

If Shimla is distinguished for pristine nature and architecture of the bygone era, Manali known for temples, hot spring baths, cascading waterfalls and dreadful paths leading to the quaintness of nature. Rohtang Pass (51 km from Manali) is the most prominent attraction for honeymooners traveling to Manali, another cozy escape for adorable couples amid the snowfields where they spend maximum time fighting with snowballs and making a snowman. For adventure loving couples Solang valley is the place to try paragliding. Hidimba Devi Temple, Manikaran Hot Springs, Jogini Falls, Rahala Waterfalls are the places to marvel the true wonder of nature at their prime.

Places like Van Vihar is a 20-minute trail made for honeymooners who can walk hand in hand for hours into the welcome formation made by lush green forest on either side of the road. Save a date for Kullu Valley, and Gulaba – places that picture-postcard appearance. Sum up your honeymoon trip with Nehru Kothi (15 km from Manali), this place has some fascinating landscapes and great views of Beas for you. Manalsu Stream – 15 minutes from Old Manali is the place to be with a perfect set up and all the horses and sheep around.

Both – Shimla and Manali have a plethora of activities that couples can engage in. Reach the paramount of love as you indulge in heartwarming activities in the hills!

Best Things To Do For Couples In Shimla

Toy train ride running running from Shimla to Kalka

Romance thrives in the air and it’s rightly justified by the number of romantic activities you can perform in and around. Shimla has enough to make you feel accomplished about your honeymoon trip!

  • Travel in the Kalka – Shimla Toy Train – a romantic ride cum heritage journey embracing the nature and its wilderness
  • Plan an ice-skating session at the ice skating rink near Scandal Point
  • Watch the miraculous sunrise by the Chadwick Waterfalls
  • Take a momentous tour of Military Museum at Annandale

Still feel like something’s missing? Head to Scandal Point near The Mall for one of the best sunrise views in India. As it is said, no honeymoon is complete without a great shopping spree, and therefore I suggest you Lakkar Bazaar.

Best Things To Do For Couples In Manali

A traveler paragliding in Solang Valley in Manali

Among Shimla vs Manali for honeymoon, Manali could be the perfect place for adventure loving couples looking forward thrill and excitement on their honeymoon date. Full of daring activities in the serenity of the Himalayas, Manali has its own range of nature’s delight to keep you enthralled.

  • Go paragliding in Solang
  • Choose from a range of adventure activities like skiing at Club House
  • Head to Kothi for a dose of adrenaline in the secluded environs

Wait, there’s more, a Yak ride at Manali Wildlife Sanctuary, and a refreshing dip in the Vashisht Hot Springs could be the perfect way to sum up your rendezvous with Manali.

Boasting of some exceptional nature views in the background, there are romantic hotels in Manali as well as fascinating hotels in Shimla that boast of some exciting stay options where you can always plan a romantic stay after a long day. So, light the hearth, grab a glass of wine and lose yourself to the madness of the night that you wouldn’t want to end!

Best Romantic Hotels In Shimla

A romantic hotel in a valley in Shimla

Shimla has luxe stays that make for an ideal romantic retreat for honeymooners. Hotel Green View, Woodville Palace, The Oberoi Cecil, Clarke’s Hotel, and Hotel Springfields are some of the most recommended stays by happy honeymooners on TripAdvisor.

Best Romantic Hotels In Manali

Luxurious hotels in Manali

Among all the popular stays in Manali, Mohan Palace, Royal Regency, The Manali Inn, Solang Valley Resort, and Span Resort & Spa are some of the most sought after honeymoon resorts.

Romantic dining could be the perfect summation to your well-planned honeymoon. Both Shimla and Manali have romantic restaurants that serve lipsmacking delicacies with jaw-dropping views in the backdrop. Here are the top picks from some of the happy honeymooners on TripAdvisor as they upvoted these eating joints.

Top Romantic Restaurants In Shimla

A rooftop restaurant in Shimla

Pick from this list of romantic eateries where you get to dine and marvel at the beautiful nature at the same time. Ashiana Restaurant at The Ridge, Alfa at Scandal Point, Devicos at The Mall Road, and Sita Ram’s at Lakkar Bazaar are the places where you can grab a bite with your beloved!

Top Romantic Restaurants In Manali

Open roof dining of Anantmaya in Manali overlooking mountains

Among the prominent eateries in Manali, Johnson’s Cafe at Circuit House Road, Cafe Amigos opposite Nehru Park, Chopsticks at The Mall, Il Forno at Hadimba Road, and Fat Plate Cafe at Naggar Road offer good food and romantic dining set up for honeymoon couples.

The routes to these charming destinations are also amazing. You would witness serenity and awe-inspirings vistas all the way.

How To Reach Shimla For Honeymoon

Milestone in Shimla covered in snow by the road

Jubbarhatti airport located 23 km from the main Shimla city is well connected with major airports in India. At 85 km Kalka is the nearest railway station to Shimla and well connected with other major cities across India. At 350 km, Shimla is an overnight journey from Delhi by road. Volvos and private taxis are the most popular mode of transport while traveling by road. However, couples should prefer the rejuvenating toy train ride from Kalka to Shimla for a vintage experience. Admire the exciting beauty that you stumble upon enroute.

How To Reach Manali For Honeymoon

Milestone showing the remaining distance to Manali

Bhuntar airport is 50 km from Manali and is the nearest airport connecting Manali with major Indian cities. Reaching Manali from Delhi by road takes 10.5 hours by road and is the mostly preferred by honeymooners.

Now a that you know enough about Shimla vs Manali honeymoon, you can make the best decision. Whether it’s a honeymoon to Shimla or honeymoon to Manali, raise a toast to the essence of married life in the serenity of the Himalayas, where you can buy experiences for moments! Coz that will be your prized possession forever. Himachal calling!

 

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8 Best Hotels In Dalhousie For Honeymoon

It’s difficult to go wrong with a honeymoon in Dalhousie. This little hill station in Chamba District is known for its stunning natural beauty, pleasant climate, and a peaceful vacation for couples. If you want to celebrate the beginning of your new life in the hills without burning a hole in your pocket, then this list of best hotels in Dalhousie for honeymoon will surely lure you.

There aren’t any 5 star hotels in Dalhousie, but the hotels in 4 and 3 star category hotels offer everything you need for your special vacation. You’ll be touched by their warm welcome, great services, and awe-inspiring mountain views. Isn’t this all you need?

Moun View Hotel in Dalhousie

Hotel Mount View Dalhousie is one of the most preferred hotels for a super romantic honeymoon. It is not only the most awesome Tantra spa, but also offer modern amenities, splendid views of Dhauladhar, Pir Panjal, and Bathari Valley along with some romantic activities like a candlelit dinner against the backdrop of verdant mountains. From private bonfires and live folk music to indoor games—they have it all.

Romantic experiences: Complimentary spa services for couples which include rejuvenating milk and honey bath, Jacuzzi, sauna and a signature body massage.

Tariff: INR 6,000/night, but you should go for an all inclusive honeymoon package available on their official website.

Suggested suite: Pir Panjal Luxury Suite for the most comfortable rooms and views of the mountains

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A bedroom in Dalhousie Heights

Overlooking the luxuriant deodar forest and sparkling waters of Ranjit Sagar Dam—Hotel Dalhousie Heights is one of the most popular honeymoon hotels in Dalhousie. Equipped with facilities like Jacuzzi, swimming pool, steam bath, sauna, and health club, this hotel is a haven for duos planning for a pleasant yet fun-filled honeymoon.

Romantic experiences: Jump in the outdoor pool with your love and wash away all the stress

Tariff: INR 9500/night onwards

Suggested suite: Maharaja Suite for utmost luxury

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Grand View Hotel in Dalhousie

Lovebirds who want to experience the best of luxury and indulgence—Grand View is the best option in the league of honeymoon hotels in Dalhousie. Located close to Dalhousie club, this romantic retreat overwhelms newly married couples with stunning views of the snow peaks of Dhauladhar Range, manicured lawns and terrace, tastefully designed rooms, and mouth-watering delicacies from Tiffin, which is the largest restaurant in Dalhousie.

Romantic experiences: Candlelit dinner, private bonfire, cake on arrival, chocolates in room and exotic couple massage at the Tattva Spa.

Tariff: INR 5103/night onwards

Suggested suite: Royal Suite to enjoy a royal honeymoon

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Hotel Grace Mount in Dalhousie

One of the most favorite luxury hotels in Dalhousie—Hotel Grace Mount is just a 10-minute drive from the heart of the city. Along with a pleasant stay experience, the hotel offers private sit out areas for you to enjoy the warm sunshine and thrilling activities like quad biking and nature trail on golf carts.

Romantic experiences: Frame the special photograph in local Himachali dress clicked by the hotel as a complementary offer. Also, a surprise gift on checking out for honeymoon couples.

Tariff: INR 3361/night onwards

Suggested suite: Any luxury suite for the supreme comfort

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 JK Clarks Exotica in Dalhousie

JK Clarks Exotica boasts of its 35 rooms and suites, lounge bar, and fine dining restaurant called The Bridge. The hotel is surrounded by lush green mountains overlooking the valley that gleams at night. Far, far away from the hustle bustle of the city life, this is a great place for both of you to relax and fall in love again.

Romantic experiences: Enjoy a refreshing mocktail in the in-house Illusion Bar with your darling and relish the stunning vista of plush green valley

Tariff: INR 6500/night onwards

Suggested Suite: Royal Suite with a private balcony to enjoy the beauty of the mountains in complete peace

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Mohan Palace in Dalhousie

If you dream of a pocket friendly honeymoon in Dalhousie—Mohan Palace has some great deals for you. The amenities are modern, room service is appreciably prompt, and the views are absolutely stunning. You should also witness the beautiful sunrise with a cup of hot coffee from your terrace. You can also walk to the local Tibetan market for some shopping with your better-half.

Romantic experiences: Go on a romantic evening walk to most photogenic sunset point.

Tariff: INR 2399/night onwards.

Suggested Suite: Super deluxe room for some comfort and luxury

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Alps Resort in Dalhousie

Nestled amidst the lovely deodar trees—Alps Resort is a great place for honeymooners to stay. If you are looking for a nice, cozy, and comfortable honeymoon with personalized services in a moderate budget, then Alps Resort is the idyllic choice for you.

Romantic experiences: Have a cup of tea or coffee in the secluded tree top house with your love

Tariff: INR 2521/night onwards

Suggested suite: There are two suite rooms equipped with all the modern amenities, you can choose either of them.

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Hotel Kumars in Dalhousie

There are quite a few reasons why Hotel Kumar’s is one of best 3 star budget hotels in Dalhousie. It’s convenient and idyllic location near the bus stand and mall road, spacious and airy rooms, and most courteous hotel staff are some of the best features that are liked by families and honeymoon couples. You get utmost personal care and attention with ample privacy.

Romantic experiences: Dance to the rhythms and peppy numbers together with your beloved in the in-house disco and nightclub.

Tariff: INR 3100/night onwards

Suggested Suite: Luxury room for sheer luxurious

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We hope this list of best hotels in Dalhousie for honeymoon help you make a decision about your stay there. You can also explore honeymoon packages for Himachal if you’re not sure about how to plan your romantic trip and running out of time.

 

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Can You Plan A Trip To Leh Ladakh Much Cooler Than Sandeep’s? He Dares You

It’s not always about the destination, it is about the journey too. Ladakh is such a place where you enjoy being on the road as much as the destination itself. The scenic views out your window keep your mind away from that ‘are we there yet?’ You take mental pictures of the landscapes. And, we have so many mental and digital memories of our Leh Ladakh trip.

We had heard a lot about Leh Ladakh’s natural beauty. The harsh weather conditions in Leh Ladakh along with high altitude did not deter us from taking a trip to the top. This time, we were open for an adventure and explore the most beautiful place in India. So, we got in touch with TravelTriangle and booked a trip as per our customizations. The next thing we know, we were on our adventure in Ladakh.

Here is how we planned a trip to Leh Ladakh.

  • Trip Details Of Leh Ladakh Trip
  • Day-Wise Trip Itinerary
  • Places We Visited On Leh Ladakh Trip
  • Best Experiences From Our Ladakh Trip
  • Hotels To Stay In Ladakh
  • What To Pack For Ladakh
  • Restaurants In Leh Ladakh
  • Dos And Don’ts In ladakh
  • Tips For Leh Ladakh Trip
  • Our Experience With TravelTriangle
  • Common Queries You May Have

Trip Type: Family
PAX: 6 adults
Trip Duration: 7N/8D
Trip Cost: INR 197500
Trip Inclusions: Airport transfers, accommodation, meals, cab for sightseeing, service charge, miscellaneous
Trip Exclusions: Lunch, Camel Ride, Green Fee, Medical expenses, oxygen cylinders

Day 1: Acclimatization in Leh
Day 2: Confluence of Zanskar & Indus
Day 3: Khardung La & Nubra Valley
Day 4: Hundar & Diskit Villages
Day 5: Pangong Lake
Day 6: Visit To Thiksey Gompa
Day 7: Sankar Gompa & Leh Palace
Day 8: Bye Bye, Ladakh

Here’s a list of all the scintillating places to see in Leh Ladakh that we ticked off our list during our fun escapade. Take a look!

1. Sangam

most beautiful tricks of nature

scenic views

road as much as the destination itself

Ladakh's natural beauty

The confluence of Zanskar and Indus is one of the most beautiful tricks of nature. The barren mountains sprouted with shrubbery here and there overlook the river. The whole scenery was stupendous. The mental image is etched deep in my mind. We could clearly see the difference between the colors of the two rivers. It is almost magical how the waters mix together.

2. Khardung La

enjoying

Leh Ladakh was still cold

the snow had not melted

feast to our eyes and the feeling

sightseeing

We Visited On Leh Ladakh Trip

Because we had to ride all the way up to the second-highest mountain pass in the world! Since the weather in Leh Ladakh was still cold, the snow had not melted. There were snowclad mountains all around the pass. It was a feast to our eyes and the feeling of being at an altitude of 17,582 ft was amazing.

3. Pangong Lake

Pangong Lake

Pangong Lake was must to justify the best itinerary for Leh Ladakh. We had a lovely time by the lake and so many pictures by the lake, with that famous scooter from 3 Idiots too. The night was spent inside the tents by the lakes. It was truly a night to remember. Even the route from Nubra Valley to Pangong along Shyok River was astounding.

4. Druk Padma Karpo School

character of Rancho from 3 Idiots movie

character of Rancho from 3 Idiots movie

character of Rancho from 3 Idiots movie

We even visited the school run by the person who inspired the character of Rancho from 3 Idiots movie. The school is located amidst beautiful scenery and the walls are decorated with colorful graffiti. I wish my school were like that.

Ladakh welcomed us with many surprises, some of which were unforgettable experiences to indulge in. Here’s all what we did.

1. ATV Ride In Nubra Valley

ATV Ride In Nubra Valley

me and with my wife

Raiding the sand dunes of the desert in Nubra Valley was definitely some experience. It was so much fun that I would suggest anyone who is planning a trip. The barren landscape all around made it even more special. I can easily say that it was one of the best experiences in life. If you want to plan a trip to Leh Ladakh, then you should definitely include this experience to your itinerary.

2. Camel Ride

Camel Ride

Riding on the back of these camels in the desert of Nubra

Another fun experience that we had in Nubra Valley was camel riding. The camels in Leh are different from what you see in the desert of Rajasthan. These Bactrian camels have not one but two humps. Riding on the back of these camels in the desert of Nubra was a cherishable experience.

3. Shopping in Ladakh

group photo

Best Experiences From Our Ladakh Trip

We found many shopping places in Ladakh from where we purchased Pashmina shawls, stoles and mufflers. These were quite expensive and you don’t know which one is real Pashmina because of so many outlets selling different varieties of Pashmina. We found the prices of woolen items better than Ahuja Sons. We also purchased silver jewelry as there was a lot of variety there and we recommend fellow travelers to buy silver jewelry from Tibetan market instead of the main market.

Here are all the best hotels to stay in Leh Ladakh that we had booked for our trip.

Day 1: The Grand Himalaya

In Leh, we stayed at the Grand Himalaya, one of the best hotels to stay in Leh. It was pretty good in terms of approachability since it was in the vicinity of Leh main market. The rooms had ample space with central heating which helped us to keep off cold and to acclimatize. The hotel service and hospitality were good.

Day 2: Nubra Ecolodge

In Nubra, we stayed at Sumur – Nubra Ecolodge for one night. The place was very clean and beautiful. We loved clean rooms and facilities to keep the room warm. It was quite peaceful during nights. We also enjoyed fresh food from local farms managed by property. It was very unique in itself.

Day 3: Hundar Sarai cottages

Next night we stayed in Hundar – Hundar Sarai cottages. The architecture and dome bed set up were unique. The hospitality was great there. Thanks to the hot water bottle facility to keep us warm throughout the night.

Day 4: Himalayan Inn Tents

The next night we stayed at Pangong – Himalayan Inn Tents. The tents were average but this was the only property available at that time because of the latest demolition by the local administration. The hospitality and food were great. The caretaker of the tents provided us with an extra blanket and warm water bottles on request.

The places to eat in Leh Ladakh are few and not all cafes are lavish as one would expect. We visited Neha Restaurant in Leh Market and Cafe Cloud in Thiksey. If you want authentic food to eat in Leh Ladakh, then you should consider staying in a homestay where you will be pampered with local delicacies.

  • Comfortable and sturdy shoes
  • Sunglasses and sunscreen
  • Cotton clothing
  • A leather jacket or any other warm jackets
  • Essential medicines
  • A good quality camera

Here are some do’s and don’ts in Leh trip that you should abide by if you want to enjoy a hassle-free vacation in the region.

Do’s

  • Do plan well in advance as this is not a luxury trip but an adventurous one.
  • Start practicing long walks to develop proper endurance and stamina of oneself. Ladakh will leave you out of breath.
  • Carry proper layer-based clothing so that you can adjust yourself as per ever-changing weather of Leh region.

Dont’s

  • Do not litter. Try to avoid making use of plastic. Even if you need to resort to making use of plastic water bottles, keep accumulating the garbage and dump within proper dustbins rather than just throwing them anywhere.
  • Try to keep a steel bottle or flasks as a remedy against plastic bottles.
  • Don’t rely too much on medicine to acclimatize. Gain elevation slowly. Try to sleep at lower altitudes to avoid catching AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness)

Keep these important tips in mind as these may come in handy on your Ladakh trip.

  • Take at least a day to acclimatize yourself when you land in Leh to avoid catching AMS. Don’t rely on medicine.
  • Take Diamox only if you feel absolutely necessary.
  • Avoid using plastic bottles to keep the environment clean.
  • Instead of doing long road journeys, staying overnight over places to make your trip comfortable. Don’t rush to cover much ground daily. Try to reach and settle before sunlight.
  • Most importantly, enjoy the journey as much as the destination.
  • Don’t stay for long at Khardungla pass as it can impact your breathing due to low oxygen levels
  • Opt for ATV ride at Nubra as the scenery of sand dunes and mountains is stunning.

Our overall experience with TravelTriangle was excellent. The entire trip was seamless and our requirements had been taken care of well throughout the trip. We got what we wanted.

The budget was fairly reasonable, however, we were seeking something more comfortable in Pangong as we opted for the Deluxe package but still looking with the state of affairs and the latest demolition by the local administration, we had to adjust with that finally.

Sandeep’s excursion to ladakh with his friends is full of exciting memories and experiences that it tempts you to call your friends and plan a trip to Ladakh. You are only one step away from witnessing the mesmerizing beauty and striking off the unique experiences from your bucket list.

 

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Our Rann Of Kutch Travel Experience Was The Major Highlight Of Our Ahmedabad Trip

There isn’t a better time to visit Kutch than during the famous Rann Utsav. A carnival bursting with colours and vibrancy, this festival is conducted once every year in Kutch, Gujarat. Imagine the white expanse of Rann under the moonlight as the cool winter breeze caresses your face. This was the image, Anupriya and here sister had in mind while planning a Rann of Kutch travel escapade. Read on to see how they made the most of their trip to Gujarat.

The Rann Utsav had always fascinated my sister and I but with our busy schedules we never really made plans. This was until a few months ago when we decided to drop it and take a well-deserved break. We already knew where we wanted to go, and we knew just who to approach! TravelTriangle has been a favorite for quite some time so we were already looking for packages. We had the most amazing time touring places like Ahmedabad, Bhuj and Kutch.

  • Details Of Our Gujarat Trip
  • What Our Itinerary Looked Like
  • Weather In Ahmedabad In May
  • Must-See Places During Rann Utsav
  • Shopping In Ahmedabad
  • Food In Ahmedabad
  • Hotels In Gujarat Where We Stayed At
  • Rann Of Kutch Travel Tips
  • Our Experience With TravelTriangle
  • Answering Your Queries About Gujarat

Trip Type: Family Trip
Cost: INR 37750
No. Of People: 3
Duration: 4 Nights 5 Days
Inclusions: Accommodation, Breakfast, Airport Transfer, Government Taxes, Cab For Sightseeing
Exclusions: Dinner, Lunch, Airfare, personal Expenses

Day 1: Arrival in Ahmedabad and Sightseeing
Day 2: Drive to Bhuj and check-in
Day 3: Sightseeing In Bhuj
Day 4: Drive To Kutch and sightseeing
Day 5: Departure back home

We spent 5 days in Ahmedabad and I have to weather was quite pleasant. We visited in January so it’s wasn’t very cold. The sun was out but it was still pretty windy, making it the perfect weather for sightseeing. It is certainly a great idea to carry your jackets and shawls because the nights get chilly.

The places near Ahmedabad are quite underrated when it comes to tourism. I feel like if you want to enjoy the best of natural beauty as well as enjoy a spiritual experience, these are the best places to visit in India.

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1. Ahmedabad: A Day Of Peace And Tranquility

 the famous Sabarmati Ashram

Akshardham Temple

After making the journey all the way from Kerala, we hopped off our flight and made our way to the hotel. We were staying at the Hotel Le Grande In Ahmedabad which was right up our alley. We checked into our room was are spotlessly clean and comfortable. After unwinding for a but, it was time to head out and see the best of Ahmedabad.

Our first stop was the Akshardham Temple where we were left speechless by the grandeur and beauty of it all. After spending some time here, we were on our way again to visit the Adalaj Stepwell which has many stories attached to it. The temperature inside is said to be 6 degrees cooler than the inside because of the architecture. Certainly one of the most interesting places to visit in Ahmedabad. Later in the day, we also visited the famous Sabarmati Ashram to spend some time in solace. And to end an already eventful day, we visited some of the local markets and riverfront park as well.

2. Bhuj: Enjoying The Scenic Drive

capture the amazing architecture

truly spectacular displays of architecture

After spending a day in Ahmedabad it was time to pack our bags because the next destination on our list was Bhuj. And my oh my, the drive was simply beautiful. We crossed some colourful mustard and salt fields on the way and made sure to capture some pictures as well. We also stopped by some of the Jain Temples on the way to collect out blessing.

We checked into our hotel, Treetop Residency to relax for a bit. After a while, we decided to head out and visit some of the tourist attractions in Bhuj. We stopped at the Prag Mahal and Aina Mahal both truly spectacular displays or architecture. We had a wonderful evening and made the most of our time here. Soon, we headed back to our hotel to catch up on some sleep.

3. Bhuj: Up The Mountain We Go!

exploring the palaces

he view was simply amazing

spend a wonderful time exploring the forts

heading the outskirts of the city

palace sightseeing

on the camelride

had an amazing time on the vacation

We woke up early in the morning, put on our shoes and made our way to Bhujiya Dungar which is located in the outskirts of the city. Today was all about trekking, so we geared up and start our way to the top. And while it was tiring, getting to the top was totally worth it, the view was simply amazing. This is one the best things to do in Ahmedabad and us imply exhilarating.

Next up, we visit the Vijay Vilas Palace which is set by the Mandvi Beach. After exploring the palace we head to the beach to relax for some time. We also enjoyed a traditional Gujaarti thali which just finger licking good!

4. Kutch: The ‘Bhunga’ Experience

Bhunga

head to Kutch

our trip were spent in the beautiful Kutch

mesmerizing beauty of Kutch

best experience to stay at Kutch

The last two days of our trip were spent in the beautiful Kutch. The first place on our Rann of Kutch travel itinerary was Kalo Dungar which is a black hill and known to be the highest point of view in Kutch. We were lost in the mesmerizing and panoramic views of the city from up there. Later we checked into our hotel named Gateway to Rann. This was a different and unique stay because rooms were actually Bhungas which is a traditional circular house in Kutch.

After checking in, we head out again to get a glimpse into the Rann Utsav festival that was being celebrated. Our driver was so helpful and even told us about some of his experiences. We shopped, enjoyed the sunset and indulged in some delicious street food. The entire atmosphere was so vibrant and welcoming, we felt truly amazed!

The next day, we were to return home and so we made our way back to Ahmedabad where we were to catch out flight. On the way we made one last stop in Bhuj to visit the Kutch Museum and for the last time, indulge in some tempting Gujarati street food. All in all, we had an amazing time and a memorable Rann of Kutch travel experience.

During our first day in Ahmedabad, we visited some of the local markets of the city. You will find plenty of traditional items in the markets along with antique jewelry and Patola Sarees. Oh, and of course, how can I forget Shopping Mela at Rann Utsav. Colorful stalls and shops line the streets selling little trinkets and beautifully designed jewelry.

Oh, if you plan to take a trip to Ahmedabad and Rann of Kutch, make sure to indulge in some of the local delicacies. The traditional Gujarati Thali is a must and something I wouldn’t miss out on! Everywhere you go, you will find plenty of street food vendors selling Khaman, khandvi and much more. Stop for a bite!

As we covered at three destinations during out trip, we stayed at three different hotels. In Ahmedabad we stayed at Hotel Le Grande In Ahmedabad. We enjoyed our experience here and the rooms were very comfortable. In Bhuj, we stayed at the Treetop Residency. We feel like the services here could have been better. Nevertheless, we made the best of the situation. Onto our last destination, we stayed at the Gateway to Rann which has to be the best experience so far. We stayed in a Bhunga which looked small from the outside byut was spacious and well-equipped inside. We would definitely recommend this hotel to those planning a stay in Kutch.

  • Make sure to carry your sports shoes if you want to go trekking
  • Plan your trip around the Rann Utsav festival, you will surely enjoy
  • Definitely get a taste of the local food delicacies

What can I say, it was amazing! I have been following TravelTriangle for quite some time now. When my sister and I approached them, they gave us plenty of options to choose from and let us customize our package as well. All the bookings were handled well and we didn’t face any hiccups at all!

There certainly is something about the beauty of Kutch that draws travelers from different parts of the country. And how can we miss the delicious food and shopping experience in Ahmedabad. Rann Utsav has to be one of the biggest celebrations of the city with vibrant stalls lining up the streets. If you too want to have the best Rann of Kutch travel experiences, plan your trip to Ahmedabad with TravelTriangle.

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5 Best National Parks In Karnataka For The Wildlife Enthusiasts To Explore

Much famed for its rich diversity of flora and fauna, more than 25 percent of the elephants and 15 percent of tigers in India, can be found in Karnataka. Owing to its fair share of lush greens and thick jungles with ample amount of water resources, Karnataka is home to dense, and breathtaking national parks in Karnataka. They not only draw country’s wildlife enthusiasts but also are a perfect escape for nature lovers and adventure seekers. Check them out!

1. Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park

Situated at a distance of 23 kms from Bangalore City Railway Station, Bannerghatta National Park is one of the most famous national parks in Karnataka. Spread across an area of 25,000 acres, the park consists of the main nature reserve, a zoo, a children’s park, an aquarium, a crocodile park, a museum, a butterfly park, a snake park, and a safari park. One of the main attractions of this park is the Grand Safari. The one-hour long safari provides an opportunity to spot leopards, white tigers, Bengal tigers, and lions. While elephant safari is also offered inside the premises, the park is also famous for bird spotting.

Location: Bannerghatta Biological Park, Bannerghatta, Bengaluru, Karnataka
Timings: Wednesdays to Mondays – 9.30 AM to 5.30 PM; Closed on Tuesdays

Entry Fee

  • INR 80 per adult
  • INR 40 per child
  • INR 40 per senior citizen

Bus Safari

  • INR 200 per person (Non AC Bus)
  • INR 500 per person (AC Bus)

Jeep Safari: INR 2500 per trip (Maximum 4 members)
Boating: INR 60 per person
Grand Safari Timings: 10 AM to 4:30 PM
Entry Fee

  • INR 260 per adult
  • INR 130 per child
  • INR 400 per foreigner

2. Bandipur National Park

Bandipur National Park

Among all the top national parks of Karnataka, Bandipur National Park is the popular one. It is home to around 70 tigers, and over 3000 Asian elephants, as well as other animals like leopards, dhole, gaur, sloth bears, and a variety of birdlife. Spread across an area of 874 square km, this national park is a part of the famous Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. The entry point and interpretation center of the park are located in Bandipur village on the highway after Melkamanahalli Village. While private vehicles are not allowed inside the park, private jeep safaris can be arranged via Jungle Lodge & Tuskar Trails.

Location: NH 67, Hangala Village, Gundlupet Taluk, Chamarajanagar District, Bandipur, Karnataka
Safari Timings: All Days – 6. 30 AM to 9.30 AM, and 3.30 PM to 5.30 PM
Elephant Safari (20 Minutes): 10 AM to 11 AM
Safari Fee:

  • INR 50 per person for Elephant Safari
  • INR 300 per person for Bus Safari

3. Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole National Park

Nagarhole National Park is one of the most important national parks in Karnataka. Having received the status of a national park in 1988, it was declared as the 37th Project Tiger Reserve in 1999. It is a part of the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve wherein wildlife enthusiasts love to visit this place to witness the rich forest cover, small streams, hills, valleys, and waterfalls. Inside the park, one can enjoy coracle boat riding facility on the Kabini River. The park is home to tigers, leopards, wild dogs, sloth bears, hyenas, deers, sambar deers, four-horned antelopes, wild boars, and elephants while over 250 species of birds can be spotted at the Nagarhole National Park.

Location: Madikeri Road, Hunsur, Karnataka 571201
Park Timings: Monday to Sunday – 6 AM to 6 PM
Safari Timings: 6 AM to 8 AM, and 3 PM to 5 PM
Entry Fee & Bus Safari: INR 300 per Indian and INR 1200 per foreigner

4. Anshi National Park

Anshi National Park

Of all the national parks on the list of National Parks in Karnataka, Anshi National Park is the one that serves as a treat to the wildlife lovers. Spread across an area of 340 square kilometers, Anshi National Park was earlier a part of the Dandeli Wildlife Sanctuary. Offering a rich variety of flora and fauna, this park is a home to Bonnet Macaque, Malabar Giant Squirrel, Indian Bison, and sloth bears. Housing over 197 species of birds, this park is also a wonderful place for bird watching.

Location: ‎North Kannada District, Near Dandeli, Karnataka India

5. Mudumalai National Park

Mudumalai National Park

While the major chunk of the national park is set in Tamil Nadu, this protected reserve shares its boundaries with the state of Karnataka and Kerala. Located in the northeast region of Nilgiris, Mudumalai National Park is a declared tiger reserve and is one of the famous national parks in Karnataka. Spanning across an area of 321 square kilometers, the park is a home to numerous endangered species like Bengal tigers, long-billed and white-rumped vultures, Indian leopards, and elephants.

Location: Northwestern Nilgiri Hills (Blue Mountains), Nilgiri District, Tamil Nadu
Timings: All Days – 6 AM to 8 PM

So, which of these magnificent national parks in Karnataka will you be visiting first? Let us know in the comments below and tag your buddies along on an adventurous escapade!

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Statue Of Liberty In 2019: Why Is It A Site Worth Beholding Once In Your Lifetime?

“The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World” is a gift that the French gave the Americans for their friendship. A magnificent structure, neoclassical in style, is located on Liberty Island in New York Harbour, a part of New York City. Made of copper, it was designed by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi – a French sculptor.

Gustave Eiffel built the metal framework. Some of it also constitutes wrought iron, steel, and gold. It was after knowing the ideals shared by Edouard Rene de Laboulaye (French politician and law professor) regarding U.S and France that Bartholdi came up with the idea and inspiration for building the statue. Bartholdi began the work in the early 1870s.

 Statue Of Liberty

The National Park Service has maintained the statue since 1933 after being administered in 1901 by the United States Lighthouse Board. The Department of War took up this job after. The arm that bore the torch was put up for display at several expositions before it was placed in its current position. To know about the Statue of Liberty history, it is important to go through all the crucial chronicles.

In 1876, it was exhibited in Philadelphia at the Centennial Exposition as well as Manhattan at the Madison Square Garden for six years, from 1876 to 1882. Hosted by the president, Grover Cleveland, New York City’s first ticker-tape parade was organized to celebrate the completion of the statue.

The statue had a dull copper color at the start, but over the years it got covered with patina and now has a sea-green color. Although money was dished out to fix this, it was never really spent as it was inferred that it looks even more beautiful and that the patina doesn’t really pose any danger to the strength of the statue.

Widely worshipped by emancipated slaves in ancient Rome, the goddess of freedom, Liberta, was an important female icon that represented ideals of Liberty in America. Her picture was often used as an allegory by artists in the 18th and 19th centuries. One such example of this is the painting ‘Liberty Leading People’ by Eugene Delacroix. While the depiction of Liberty in the painting was that of a rather aggressive persona, Bartholdi opted for a more calm appearance.

He sculpted a torch as a symbol of progress. Instead of a pileus (shown in the painting), Bartholdi’s Liberty wears a crown and the seven rays forming an aureole around the crown and behind Liberty’s head is a depiction that is meant to exude the flourish of all the continents and the seven seas. The statue perhaps was meant to “enlighten the world”.

The Statue of Liberty is a significant monument in American culture. To answer the question, what does the Statue of Liberty represent, the statue symbolizes hope, progress and a promise of a better world governed by democratic principles of fraternity and liberty. A Greek immigrant said about the monument:

“I saw the Statue of Liberty. And I said to myself, “Lady, you’re such a beauty! [sic] You opened your arms and you get all the foreigners here. Give me a chance to prove that I am worth it, to do something, to be someone in America. And always that statue was on my mind.” These are some of the prominent Statue of Liberty facts, now let’s move on to the necessary details that you must know as a tourist.

Statue Of Liberty

The statue of Liberty is open to the general public and foreign tourists. It opens at 8:30 in the morning and closes at 4:00 in the afternoon. When getting inside the Statue of Liberty, you cannot enter the balcony in the torch, in the statue’s left hand for safety reasons.

To access the various levels in the statue, it is important to purchase a monument ticket. To get a ticket, you can either visit the website, statuecruises.com or call 1 877 LADY TIX. You will have to purchase a different ticket if you want to access the level in the statue’s crown.

It doesn’t cost any money to enter the premises of the Statue of Liberty, although you will have to pay a fee for the ferry that will take you to the Liberty Island, which is the Statue of Liberty location.

People usually visit the monument in the months from June to September. The island remains closed on Christmas Day. You can call (212) 363 3200, the park’s information line if there’s anything more you want to know.

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gorgeous views of the statue and the city

After you’ve arrived at Liberty State Park or Battery Park, buy your Statue of Liberty crown tickets at the spot for the Statue of Liberty ferry if you don’t already have e-tickets. After heading over to the security check, you most probably have to wait in line. The lines are really long, for obvious reasons, so make sure you leave early if you have other things to do in New York City.

Tickets for children between the ages 4 to 12 cost $5; for people over 62, it’s $10; and $12 for those aged 13 and above. After you have boarded the ferry, you will see that it has three levels. The top level is obviously the best since it offers the most gorgeous views of the statue and the city.

It’s always crowded, so if you want to have the best view, then try to arrive early. The second level has stands selling beverages and food. All three levels have standing and sitting spaces. Get off at Liberty Island or stay in if you want to get a tour of the illustrious Ellis Island as well. You can explore the Liberty Island on the way back.

Here is the interesting trivia about the world famous monument located in the United States of America that you should know.

  • The waistline of the Statue of Liberty is 35 foot.
  • The Statue of Liberty height from the bottom to the tip of the torch is 305 ft and 6 inches.
  • The Statue of Liberty weighs is 225 tons.
  • The seven rays in the crown signify each continent and each ray is 9 feet long.
  • There are 154 steps from the pedestal to the head of the statue.
  • The chains of the statue are symbolic of tyranny and oppression.
  • The statue of Liberty face is 8ft tall.
  • The Statue of Liberty torch is covered with the thin sheets of 24k gold.

Although the Statue of Liberty is quite a breathtaking attraction in itself, there are a lot of underrated places around this national monument that you must visit and explore as well.

1. Lower East Side Tenement Museum

Lower East Side Tenement Museum

Built in 1863, the Lower Eastside Tenement Museum is considered a National Trust Historic Site as well as a National Historic Landmark. Located in a culturally and historically significant tenement building that was home to several thousand immigrants from 1863 and 1935. The museum was built with the aim of shedding light on the importance of tolerance and experience of an immigrant in America.

Established in 1988, by Anita Jacobson and Ruth J. Abram, the museum has several exhibitions and tours for the public through the restored apartments, offering a glimpse into the lives of the immigrants who spent their lives on 97Orchard Street.

Address: 103 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002, USA

2. Thomas Edison National Historical Park

National Historical Park

Designed by Henry Hudson Holly in 1887, the Thomas Edison National Historical Park offers an exploration of the genius’ home and laboratory that has revolutionized our modern lives. It offers a glimpse into the other inventions by Thomas Edison apart from the light bulb.

Edison holds over a thousand patents for his inventions, some of which are the nickel-iron alkaline electric storage battery, sound recording, improved photographs, picture cameras, and the silent as well as sound movies.

Address: 211 Main St, West Orange, NJ 07052, USA

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3. Gateway National Recreation Area

historical forts

Comprising three parks, Sandy Hook, Jamaica Bay, and Staten Island, the Gateway National Recreation Area spans around 26,607 acres and is a portrait of sorts of the history and evolution of structures in the United States such as former airports and historical forts.

The illustrious Sandy Hook Lighthouse is also situated in this recreation area. The lighthouse was first lit in 1764. Other recreational activities that one can engage in here are camping, swimming in the ocean, hiking, boating, and bird watching.

Address: 26 Hudson Rd, Highlands, NJ 07732, USA

4. Castle Clinton National Monument

National Monument

Initially called Castle Garden, Fort Clinton or Castle Clinton was opened in 1808. It is considered as the first station in America where the immigrants arrived. It is believed that from 1855 to 1890, over 8 million people came to the United States of America.

A circular fort made of sandstone, it has served various purposes as a public aquarium, exhibition hall, theatre, and a sprawling beer garden before being considered a national monument. This site has had quite a long and illustrious history. It is a spectacle as it’s known for its 19th-century style architecture.

Address: Battery Park, New York, NY 10004, USA

5. Federal Hall National Monument

New York's City Hall

The structure that was situated on this site originally served as New York’s City Hall from 1699 to 1703. A historical venue where the 1st president of America, George Washington, took his oath, the Federal Hall has gone on to house the offices of the Supreme Court, the Executive Branch, and the Congress over the years.

It was initially a Customs House. It now houses a museum and also serves as a memorial site for the inception of the American government. It is an excellent example of neoclassical architecture which was redeveloped by Pierre Charles L’Enfant, in 1788. It is also a prime example of Federal Style Architecture.

Address: 26 Wall St, New York, NY 10005, USA

For all its glory and beauty, the Statue of Liberty and the stunning monuments and museums it is surrounded by, have drawn in lots of curious visitors over the years to marvel at its architectural and cultural significance. To make your trip to USA worthwhile, make sure you keep the list mentioned above handy!

 

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Wondering How To Go About Naples In Winter 2019? This Guide Will Tell You Everything!

A European holiday often means summer vacation, but along with it comes the baggage of high costs and more crowds! A fantastic alternative to that is to explore Naples in winter! The Naples weather in winter is, in fact, an ideal time to explore these locations as it’s not hot and sweaty like in summer, and it doesn’t even snow much leaving you with pleasant weather. We have put together a guide for you to explore Naples in winter and enjoy a fun-filled vacation

  • Why Visit Naples In Winter
  • Weather In Naples In Winter
  • Things To Do In Naples
  • Places To See In Naples
  • Places To Stay In Naples
  • Food To Eat In Naples
  • What To Pack

Why Visit Naples In Winter

Mild winters in Naples – If you are wondering what is winter like in Naples Italy, it is nothing like the far northern Europe which is plagued by snow! Of course, the city is experiencing global warming effects, and there was snow in 2018, but the city rarely experiences snow.

Lesser crowds and more local interaction – The best thing about Naples during winter is that it attracts very few international tourists. Most of them visit Naples to experience its beaches and islands, but there is more to Naples than just that. You can enjoy the museums, trip to Mount Vesuvius and Pompeii, and enjoy the relaxed Neapolitan life and live like a local.

Easy on the budget – If you plan your visit properly, you can enjoy massive discounts on airfare and accommodation options. Fares go down by almost 50% thanks to the drop in demand by international tourists. You can splurge more on shopping, activities, and workshops on your trip.

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Weather-In-Naples-In-Winter

The Naples weather in winter is generally cold and rainy. The winter months last from November to February, although the city does not experience snow, just a lot of rain! The average daily temperatures are around 14° during the day and go down to about 5° in the night. The lowest temperature at the peak of winter in December end has been 10° while the nighttime temperatures in January dip as low as -1°.

Even the daylight reduces due to the Naples Italy winter temperature. In November the day time starts from 10.5 hours of sunlight in a day to an average of 9.5 hours of daylight in January. The sun rises around 7:15 AM and sets around 4:30 PM. This means all your outdoor activities need to be planned accordingly.

There is a lot of rainfall, but mostly the weather is pleasant through winter, making it a breeze to enjoy the sights of Naples without the heat. Here is what you can do

1. Visit The Scene Makers At Their Workshops

Visit The Scene Makers At Their Workshops

A walk through the Via San Gregorio Armeno might seem like a visit to Santa’s workshop! The entire lane is dedicated to the craft of crib making, especially the Neapolitan Crib which is famous across Europe. The best time to visit it is in November before Christmas when the artisans are working towards creating the miniature dolls, houses, and other crib decorations. Buy yourself a souvenir here!

2. Enjoy Shopping At The Christmas Markets

Enjoy Shopping At The Christmas Markets

One of the best things to do in Naples Italy in winter is to go on a shopping spree. You can enjoy shopping at the sales of the biggest Italian designers like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, and Cartier which have boutiques in Naples. Some of the shopping districts in Naples are Via Chiaia, Via Toledo, and Vomero. February is the last of the winter months and also experiences lesser rainfall. On this day, the city is filled with hearts and flowers, and almost every restaurant offers discounts and special packages for couples.

3. Get Sweets From The Befana On The Epiphany Eve

Get Sweets From The Befana On The Epiphany Eve

Every year Epiphany Eve is celebrated on the 6th January, it is the day when Neapolitan children get a visit from Befana, a good witch who distributes chocolates and sweets. She is in search of Jesus and ensures every kid get their sweets; she is the Neapolitan version of Santa Claus! The Piazza Mercato is filled with sweet sellers and families with children out to celebrate the day. The weather is pleasant and one of the best days to celebrate love is Valentine’s Day.

Now, the most important part of any vacation is sightseeing. While going to the beach is a thing in summers, here is what you can see in Naples during winter:

Visit Mount Vesuvius And Pompeii

Visit Mount Vesuvius And Pompeii

Mount Vesuvius is the only active volcano in Europe and is a mighty force of nature. You can hike up to the summit of the mountain or just watch it from the base in the Mount Vesuvius National Park. The summit is often covered with snow at the peak of winter. Another addition to this tour is a stop at Pompeii which has ruins from the volcanic eruption when the entire city was destroyed.

Explore The Castles And Palaces Of Naples

Explore The Castles And Palaces Of Naples

The old historic city center of Naples is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has been protected and lived in by many kingdoms through the millennia. You can explore the Castles like Castel Nuovo, Castel Dell’Ovo, Castel Sant’Elmo and palaces like Royal Palace of Naples on your visit to Naples in winter. The weather is perfect to enjoy without sweating from the hot sun and the gloomy weather makes for great photographs of the ancient buildings.

Discover The Phlegrarean Fields

Discover The Phlegrarean Fields

Probably the best time to venture near a hot volcano is during winter! Go on a visit to the Phlegrarean Fields where you can witness volcanic activity and fumes rising from the earth. The area around the fields has several attractions including Pozzuoli Solfatara, the crater which ancient Romans believed was the house of God of Fire Volcan; the Roman Amphitheatre, Sybil’s Cave in Cuma, Piscina Mirabilis and Lake Avernus which was myths say was the entrance to the underworld of Hades.

There are a number of places you can stay at in Naples. But as winters demand more care and comfort, we suggest you pick a good hotel instead of a hostel.

1. Grand Hotel Vesuvio

Grand Hotel Vesuvio

The Grand Hotel Vesuvio is one of the most premium hotels in Naples. It is also one of the oldest hotels in the city and offers picturesque views of the harbor. The hotel has been running since 1882 and is the only 5-star hotel in the city. Its plush interiors and luxury decor make it a wonderful stay, and there is a good likelihood of bumping into celebrities! The cozy rooms with fireplaces and indoor heating make it an ideal place to stay in Naples in winter.

Location: Via Partenope 45, 80121, Naples, Italy
Cost per night: INR 20,000/-
Tripadvisor Ratings: 4.5/5
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2. Week-end a Napoli

Week-end a Napoli

The Weekend a Napoli is one of the best budget hotels in Naples. The boutique hotel is exquisitely designed with modern amenities and an impeccable design taste. You will find travel memoirs and treasures all dotting the beautiful rustic interiors. The hotel has suites as well as rooms, and stepping into the hotel feels like being embraced in a warm hug! It is the best place to stay in Naples in winter and enjoy the comfort of a home away from home.

Location: Via Enrico Alvino 157, 80129, Naples, Italy
Cost per night: INR 6,000/-
Tripadvisor Ratings: 5/5
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3. Hostel Of The Sun

Hostel Of The Sun

If budget is a concern then choose to stay the winter at the Hostel of the Sun. It is one of the highly rated hostels in Naples and offers travelers a comfortable and safe accommodation at incredibly cheap rates. The colorful and bright interiors and the hospitable staff will make you feel comfortable even in the worst rainy days of the winter in Naples! The hostel is close to the ferry terminal and bus stop to travel to other cities so you don’t have to worry about lugging your backpack everywhere.

Location: Via Guglielmo Melisurgo, 15, 80133 Napoli NA, Italy
Cost per night: INR 1,200/-
Tripadvisor Ratings: 4.5/5
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Foods To Eat In Naples In Winter

Capitone – A capitone is an eel, and everywhere around Christmas time you will find eels in fresh and fish markets. The eel is supposed to be the symbol of Satan, which is why most Neapolitans fry or bake the eels and eat at Christmas. It’s a surprisingly delicious dish and garnished with fresh herbs.

Spaghetti With Clams – Seafood is quite popular in Naples all through the year, but during winter one of the most common dishes you will find are clams. And a favorite way of eating them is with spaghetti; most restaurants serve the spaghetti with a red sauce.

Neapolitan Ragu – Ask any waiter for a specialty and they will refer you to the creamy and wholesome delights of the Neapolitan Ragu, a beef gravy dish that is perfect to keep you warm during the winters. It is spicy and heavy, which is why it is eaten mostly during winters.

Struffoli – Deep-fried balls of sweet dough! Who would not like something like that to munch on during rainy days? This is a classic Italian dish and mainly found in Naples during winter, especially around Christmas time. You will find it in bakeries and is best eaten hot!

What To Pack For Naples In Winter

Winters in Naples mean both cold and rain, this is why you need to plan for two layers of clothing. The outer layer of clothing needs to be rainproof, bring along a rainjacket, windcheater, waterproof boots, gloves, and an umbrella if you feel comfortable using it.

The inner layers need to be warm and snug to keep away the cold. Bring layers of clothing so that you can adjust according to the temperature for the day. Pack woolen sweaters, woolen socks, and scarves for Naples during winter.

Italian are stylish folks and if you wish to blend in make sure you are carrying dress clothes. Especially if you are attending Christmas Mass or visiting churches and elegant dinners in fine-dining restaurants, make sure you wear dress clothes. Don’t wear shorts or jeans everywhere you go!

Naples is known for its historical landmarks, art and culture, and the entire volcanic arc of Campania including the Mount Vesuvius and Phlegerean fields. After this guide, All geared up to visit Naples in winter? Enjoy the discounts and low airfare to witness the best of the country on your next trip to Italy. Book your package with TravelTriangle!