Popular Destinations

Udaipur

Udaipur  is nestled beside peaceful Lake Pichola, with the purple ridges of the Aravalli Range extending out in every direction, and has a romantic setting unparalleled in Rajasthan. Fantastic ornate palaces, elaborate temples, Havelis (traditional, ornately designed residences), narrow whitewashed streets, and picturesque lakeside bathing ghats, surrounded by a series of towering, craggy hills and set on the idyllic Lake Pichola provide a human counterpoint to the city's natural beauty. The boat trip, the bustle, and c...

Jaisalmer

Jaisalmer, India's 'Golden City,' is in the heart of the Thar desert in Rajasthan and is built on a base of yellow sandstone. The gleaming yellow stone monuments are a sight to behold in the sunshine. Jaisalmer has a wide range of attractions, including yellowed forts, golden palaces, and even abandoned cities! Jaisalmer offersa once-in-a-lifetime experience because of its unique elegance, which is expressed in the contrasting hues of gold against vibrant shades of blue and green.The town of Jaisalmer was founded by the Bhati Rajputs and f...

Agra

Agra is a city offering a discovery of the beautiful era. Agra has a rich history, reflected in its numerous monuments dotted in and around the city. The earliest citation for Agra comes from the mythological era, where the epic Mahabharata refer Agra as ‘Agravana’ meaning paradise in Sanskrit. ‘Ptolemy’, the famous second century A.D. geographer, was the first person who referred Agra with its modern name. The Modern Agra was founded by Sikandar Lodi, ruler of Lodi dynasty in 16th century. It was when Shah Jahan desc...

Jaipur

The pink city of Jaipur, which is renowned for its iconic architectural legacy and rich culture, has recently made its entry into the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. The city of Jaipur, located in eastern Rajasthan, is known for its magnificent forts and palaces. This royal town, India's first planned city, has magnificent architecture. Markets, shops, residences, and temples built along the main streets have uniform facades. The city's urban planning shows an exchange of ideas from ancient Hindu and early modern Mughal as well as Western c...

Munnar

Munnar, the erstwhile retreat of the British is now one of India’s most loved hill stations. Set at an altitude of 6000 ft in Idukki district, Munnar is one of the major attractive tourist destinations in Kerala. Munnar is situated at the confluence of three mountain streams – Mudrapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala. This hill station is recommended by Kerala tour operators/Kerala tourism board.

Major Attractions of Munnar

Mattupetty Mattupetty is situat...