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Andaman & Nicobar Islands

The Andaman and Nicobar islands that lie at the juncture of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. It consist of 572 islands out of these 572 islands ,only 38 are inhabited.The Andaman group has 325 islands while the Nicobar group has only 24 islands.Both group of islands are separated by the ten degree channel.Interestingly, Andaman Island is closer from Sumatra in Indonesia ( about 190 km) than it is to mainland India (almost 1200 km).Andaman was a British penal settlement in the colonial era. Passport is not required for Indian nationality. Port Blair is the capital of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Also the largest town, it is also the entry point for all the other islands.Port Blair can be reached by air or sea from other parts of IndiaThere are flights and ships available from different points in mainland India.Currently, Port Blair has the only commercial airport.Flights are operating from Chennai, Bangalore, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Ahmedabad are operational during the season time .Please check the official website of the airlines to know more about the flights to Port Blair (IXZ).Currently, there are no evening flights available that are post-sunset, the first flight takes off at around 7 AM and the last flight of the day around 4 PM.Port Blair has 3 main Ports Phoenix Bay Jetty,Aberdeen Jetty and Haddo Jetty.Places you can explore in Port blair are Cellular Jail,,Ross island ,North Bay, Anthropological museum,samudrika museum,Fisheries,Chidiyatapu beach,wandoor beach ,Mount Harriet ,Flag point,Joggers park,Rajiv Gandhi water sports complex,Viper island,Marina park,Red skin island,Jolly buoy island ,cinque island and baludera beach.


Thailand is a Southeast Asian country. It’s known for tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha. In Bangkok, the capital, an ultramodern cityscape rises next to quiet canalside communities and the iconic temples of Wat Arun, Wat Pho and the Emerald Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Kaew). Nearby beach resorts include bustling Pattaya and fashionable Hua Hin.

Tourism makes up about 6% of the country’s economy. Prior to the pandemic, Thailand was world’s eighth most visited country as per World Tourism rankings compiled by the United Nations World Tourism Organization. In 2019, Thailand received 39.8 million international tourists, ahead of United Kingdom and Germany and received fourth highest international tourism earning at 60.5 billion US dollar.


Thai food, as a popular international cuisine, distinguishes itself by its freshness, exotic fragrance, and extravagant spices. The best Thai food includes pad Thai and Thai fried rice, yet there are many other mouthwatering dishes you should order, such as various Thai curries, sizzling Thai hot pot, and spicy shrimp soup. They are all ready to thrill your taste buds to the extreme. 


Goa is a state on the southwestern coast of India within the Konkan region, geographically separated from the Deccan highlands by the Western Ghats. Panaji is the state’s capital, while Vasco da Gama is its largest city. The historic city of Margão in Goa still exhibits the cultural influence of the Portuguese, who first voyaged to the subcontinent in the early 16th century as merchants, and conquered it soon thereafter, whereupon Goa became an overseas territory of the Portuguese Empire, part of what was then known as Portuguese India, and remained as such for about 456 years until it was annexed by India in 1961.

Tourism is generally focused on the coastal areas of Goa, with lower tourist activity inland. In 2010, there were more than 2 million tourists reported to have visited Goa, about 1.2 million of whom were from abroad. As of 2013, Goa was a destination of choice for Indian and foreign tourists, particularly Britons and Russians, with limited means who wanted to party.


Rajasthan is a famous state of India which has rich cultural traditions, age-old customs and a past unforgettable glorious history. Rajasthan Tour Packages gives everything that a tourist wants to see and used to wish during visit to Rajasthan. Rajasthan Tour Packages has something for almost every kind of traveler to rajasthan and for India also. Rajasthan tour packages have almost all the major tourist destinations.Rajasthan is among the most attractive states found in India as it has a lot of tourism options receiving the attention of travelers and tourists from different parts of the world.The imperial India Indian state is found to be endowed with several beautiful tourism tourism attractions including heritage tourism,wildlife tourism,desert tourism and village.


The Rajwadi land of Rajputs is a paradise for foodies out there. Rajasthani cuisine is among those rare cuisines boasting of a never-ending platter with a plethora of dishes. Rajasthani cuisine is influenced by its rich heritage and arid climatic conditions. The little availability of fresh fruits and vegetables distinguishes their cuisine. A few common ingredients are beans, lentils, gram flour, corn, barley, millet, bajra, bread and dairy products (esp. Ghee). There is more inclination towards vegetarian food, but various kinds of meat dishes prevail as well.


Some major tourist attractions in Jammu and Kashmir are Srinagar, the Mughal Gardens, Gulmarg, Pahal gam, Patni top, Bhaderwah and Jammu. Every year, thousands of Hindu pilgrims visit holy shrines of Vaishno Devi and Amarnath which has had significant impact on the state’s economy.

The Kashmir valley is one of the top tourist destinations in India. Gulmarg, one of the most popular ski resort destinations in India, is also home to the world’s highest green golf course. The decrease in violence in the state has boosted the state’s economy, specifically tourism.

Jammu and Kashmir is also famous for its scenic beauty, flower gardens, apple farms and more. It attracts tourists for its unique handicrafts and the world-famous Kashmiri Shawls.


Delhi, India’s capital territory, is a massive metropolitan area in the country’s north. In Old Delhi, a neighborhood dating to the 1600s, stands the imposing Mughal-era Red Fort, a symbol of India, and the sprawling Jama Masjid mosque, whose courtyard accommodates 25,000 people. Nearby is Chandni Chowk, a vibrant bazaar filled with food carts, sweets shops and spice stalls.

India Gate, Red Fort, Qutab Minar, Hauz Khas, Bahai (Lotus) Temple, Chandni Chowk, Jama Masjid, Rashtrapati Bhawan, Paranthe Wali Gali, Sarojini Nagar Market, Jantar Mantar, Gurudwara Bangla Sahib, Connaught Place, Kingdom of Dreams, Raj Ghat and many more.

The capital’s love for food can take you from small unknown streets to well-known restaurants, but there are some popular dishes in Delhi that are found everywhere. From pocket-friendly variations of these famous food options to splurging in fine dining hall posh portions, Delhi’s romance with these dishes doesn’t discriminate.



Bali is unique, Bali is unmatched
There is no other place like Bali in this world. A magical blend of culture, people, nature, activities, weather, culinary delights, nightlife, and beautiful accommodation. Bali is rated as one of the best travel destinations in the world by countless websites, review portals, and travel magazines each year – for very good reasons. Whatever your age, background, budget or interest, there is something great for everyone to explore and discover. Bali is the only Hindu-majority province in Indonesia, with 86.9% of the population adhering to Balinese Hinduism. It is renowned for its highly developed arts, including traditional and modern dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. The island boasts some of the best sunsets and sunrises, enough to captivate and entice you into never leaving this place. Home to the coral reefs of Tulamben, the mountain peaks of Kintamani, the beaches and scenic routes of Seminyak and Kuta, with ancient temples and traditional village life of Ubud, Bali’s charm is boundless, as are its opportunities for fun. Also known as ‘The Island of a Thousand Temples,’ or ‘The Island of Gods,’ Bali is home to literally thousands of Hindu temples. These temples are tucked into every corner of the island and range from magnificent, intricate structures to lesser-known shrines and holy sites.


To many travellers, Bhutan is known as the happiest place on earth, thanks to its unique development philosophy of Gross National Happiness (GNH). Instead of just measuring economic output, Bhutan’s focus on the citizen’s well-being and ‘happiness’ is extremely holistic. Many of the world’s most beautiful mountains can be found in Bhutan. It is definitely a popular trekking destination for all the avid hikers and trekkers. Some of the popular treks include Jomolhari trek, Dagala Thousand Lakes trek, Drukpath trek and Laya-Gasa trek. Aside from that, one of the world’s most challenging trekking routes, Snowmen Trek is also a popular choice for the adventurous. Bhutan is also in the midst of developing the longest trail from the west to the east of the country. Known as Trans Bhutan Trail, the Kingdom is preparing to bring back an ancestral trail to connect the communities from the western region to the eastern region. The crime rates in Bhutan are relatively low compared to many other countries in the world. Little crimes are reported in the country. Violent cases are not rampant and as all the tours are guided tours, you can travel to the country with a piece of mind. Most Bhutanese are extremely friendly and helpful. You can only experience the Bhutanese hospitality by visiting it in person. 

Bhutanese loves everything that is spicy! Chilli peppers are a common ingredient in most of the dishes. The famous and well loved national dish is ema datshi, also known as chilli cheese stew. You can find out how to cook this simple and yummy dish here. One of the local favourite drinks is butter tea. Unlike tea that you find in other countries, Bhutanese makes delicious butter tea known as suja. It is usually drunk on all social occasions alongside snacks such as roasted rice (zaw).


Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka formerly known as Ceylon, is an island country in South Asia. The culture of Sri Lanka is influenced primarily by Buddhism and Hinduism. Sri Lanka is the home to two main traditional cultures: the Sinhalese (centred in Kandy and Anuradhapura) and the Tamil (centred in Jaffna). 

A land of myth, legend, history and one of the richest cultures, Sri Lanka is one of the hottest travel destinations and lures adventurers of all kinds. Perhaps you’re someone who loves the solitude of nature and steady walks through trails. Maybe you love relaxing by the sea with the sun warming your face and a cool breeze caressing your skin. Or, maybe it’s nightlife you crave and a little game of chance at a casino – whatever your thrill is, with the best tourist places to visit in Sri Lanka, this island nation has it all.

Ravana’s Lanka has a long history and over 2,000 years of written record. Sri Lanka has 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites that must be visited as well as religious sites, numerous national parks, verdant tea estates and, of course, beaches. Take a scenic train ride past plantations and hills and try your hand at blackjack and poker at one of the many casinos. Tickle your taste buds with local favorites like rich curries, fragrant polos and the odd-smelling wood apple.

Sri Lanka is renowned for its Ayurvedic practices and wellness retreats. Pamper yourself with Ayurvedic treatments, yoga, meditation, and spa therapies. Immerse yourself in Sri Lanka’s vibrant culture by participating in cultural activities such as traditional dance performances, learning to cook Sri Lankan cuisine, visiting local markets, and interacting with friendly locals.


Nepal is a popular destination amongst tourists, especially from India. Tourism in Nepal offers variety of sightseeing and entertainment options. Possessing 8 of the 10 highest mountains in the world, Nepal is a hotspot destination for mountaineers, rock climbers and people seeking adventures.

The Hindu, Buddhist and other cultural heritage sites of Nepal, and around the year fair weather are also strong attractions. Nepal is the country of the Mount Everest, the highest mountain peak in the world, and the Birthplace of Gautama Buddha- Lumbini. Mountaineering and other types of adventure tourism and ecotourism are important attractions for visitors. There are other important religious pilgrimage sites throughout the country for the followers of various sects and religions.

Nepal’s major tourist activities include wilderness and adventure activities such as mountain biking, bungee jumping, rock climbing and mountain climbing, trekking, hiking, bird watching, mountain flights, ultralight aircraft flights, paragliding and hot air ballooning over the mountains of the Himalaya, hiking and mountain biking, exploring the waterways by raft, kayak or canoe and jungle safaris especially in the Terai region.


Nepalese cuisine is one of the most beautiful things about their culture against popular belief. They have a number of dishes that are a blend of amazing flavours that are lip-smacking. Nepalese cuisine takes influence from its neighbours India, Tibet and China. Nepalese cuisine is supposed to be healthy and cooked in less fat. The common dishes involve soups, lean curries, vegetables, salads, lean meat, pickles, and curd. The ingredients include tomatoes, chillies, coriander, garlic and mustard oil.


Ladakh is a union territory in the Kashmir region of India. Formerly falling in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, Ladakh was administered a union territory on 31st October 2019. Extending from the Siachen Glacier to the main Great Himalayas, Ladakh is a land like no other. Dominated by dramatic landscapes, Ladakh is known as the world’s coldest desert.

Stunning Gompas (Tibetan Buddhist monasteries), fluttering prayer flags, whitewashed stupas, Ladakh is a riot of intricate murals and red-robed monks. With a culture similar to the Tibetans, the people of Ladakh are friendly and welcoming to tourists.

Ladakh is an adventure playground for rafting and high-altitude trekking. Note that Leh Ladakh is inaccessible by road outside the summer months. The route passes close altogether from around October to May, and the only way to reach is by air. Chadar trek on frozen Zanskar river takes place in January to the end of February.



Dubai is located on the Eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula, in the south west corner of the Arabian Gulf. It is well known for its rich cultural heritage and warm hospitality to visitors. Dubai is a city of contrasts, a land where east and west, old and new, traditional and modern blend seamlessly to create a fascinating destination, with vast deserts and picturesque golden beaches. Dubai is made up of a diverse but coherent community keen on maintaining its identity.

Given its strategic location in the heart of the world, Dubai has turned into a leading investment and tourism hub where 90 airline companies offer direct flights to more than 130 cities around the world.

Under the leadership of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Dubai witnesses remarkable and sustained development in all walks of life: high-level education system, world-class health system, knowledge modern facilities and designs such as the Burj Al Arab Hotel, overlooking Jumeirah Beach, the world’s only 7-star hotel, and Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building that stands at 828 meters, located near Sheikh Zayed Road, which includes a number of iconic residential and commercial towers & hotels. Dubai also boasts of ‘Palm Jumeirah’ the largest manmade island built in the shape of a palm tree on the sea. It includes hundreds of luxurious residential units and resorts highlighted by Atlantis Hotel, Zabeel Saray, to name a few. Dubai also features stunning nature including sea beaches and mountain peaks.

Dubai is also a land of natural beauty and diversity extending over an area of 4,000 square kilometers combining foothills, high sand dunes and mountains at Hatta.


Wrapped around the blues of the Indian Ocean, Maldives is a beautiful island famous for many things. Thus, there are a lot of things to explore here, ranging from the soft white powdered beaches to the sea shacks and fishing hamlets. While most travellers come to Maldives to witness the pulsing city of Male, others are interested in trying the hurt-thumping seaplanes and underwater experience. For those who are travelling to Maldives for the first time, should remember that you need to exchange your currency to Maldivian Rufiyaa. This will save your time while shopping or exploring the local areas, where you might not find an ATM. As of November 2022, MVR 1 equals to INR 5.31.

Maldives is world-famous for its wide spectrum of marine life, and one of the best ways to explore it is by snorkelling or scuba diving. The activities allow you to swim freely in the Indian Ocean to explore the colourful arrays of corals, reef sharks, sea turtles, stingrays, and others.

Another thing what Maldives is famous for is its collection of seafood. Though most of its dishes contain the influence of Sri Lankan and Indians, you will also find an international cuisine touch. So, enjoy the Maldivian Curry with fresh Tuna by the placid blue lagoon or gorge on the famous Garudhiya. It is a fish soup locals serve with lime, rice, onion, chilli and curry leaves.



As a cultural South East Asian country, Vietnam is known for its thousands-year-old history and heritage. Vietnam is famous for its vibrant and colorful cities, and it also boasts a plethora of natural wonders. Ranging from famous landmarks in Vietnam to rich history, tradition, and culture. Despite its struggles in the past, it has emerged as a thriving and dynamic nation with much to offer you as a visitor.

With everything from superb cuisine to stunning landscapes, this corner of Southeast Asia dazzles the senses. Peaceful paddy fields give way to frenetic urban centers like Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, where the youthful population rushes to embrace the future. Boutiques fill the French colonial buildings in enchanting Hoi An; in the north, a world away, are Sapa’s ethnic markets. Around Vietnam, lush jungles and jagged karst peaks beckon adventurers. Absorb it all but take time to relax, perhaps on the long, alluring coastline with its world-class beaches.

Vietnam is also known for its traditional savory cuisines. Many tourists enjoy Vietnamese cuisine because of its fresh and flavorful ingredients. Trying the diverse range of Vietnamese food available is certainly a delicious way to learn about the culture firsthand. Pho, Bahn Mi, Bahn Cha, Xeo Bahn Xeo are the most Renowned and must try dishes of Vietnam.




Himachal, which literally stands for “the land of snow”, is one of the best hill stations in India. This place can be ideal for spending your summer vacation. Taking part in adventure sports, witnessing picturesque landscapes and indulging in their culture, there are many things to try in Himachal Pradesh. Kullu, Manali, Shimla, Chamba, Dharmashala, Dalhousie, Kangra, Kasauli, Hamirpur

It feels out of the world to trek amidst the most breathtaking sceneries, and Himachal Pradesh is ideal for it. Trekkers from around the country come to take part in the trekking trails to explore the mountains. There are 270 trekking trails available in Himachal Pradesh. However, the most popular one starts from the Spiti Valley. Other popular trekking locations are Kinnaur to Kailash, Bharmour to Padum and Bar to Bhangal.

Skiing is one of the famous things in Himachal Pradesh that you must try on your visit. There are two kinds of skiing performed, one of which is Alpine and the other is Nordic. The best time to go skiing in Himachal Pradesh is from December to March.

Babru is the Himachali variant of Kachoris. This delicacy is made by stuffing a paste of black gram into small dough balls taken from the kneaded dough. Patties made with this are then rolled and deep-fried. Most people serve this with tamarind chutney, madra or raita. Although this is a snack preparation, some households make this for weekend breakfast. Madra is one of the famous things of Himachal Pradesh you must try. This chickpea-based dish is a sattvic food which is also very easy to make. It is generally served with steamed rice.




Sikkim is the smallest state in India and is located in the northeastern part of the country. Sikkim is bordered by Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. Being the gateway to the Himalayas, Sikkim is known for its beautiful scenery, green meadow, crystalline lakes and towering mountain ranges. Sikkim is a land of monasteries, the beautiful structures like every inch of the state. You will find it hard to not fall in love with this land, with its clean and green roads, valleys, mountain tops and meadows. Sikkim is your go-to for trekking into the Himalayas and river rafting on the Teesta and Rangit. At a higher altitude, you will see that monsoon clouds often surround the mountain tops, giving the place a mesmerising look and feel.

The Sikkim cuisine has major influences from Nepal and Tibet. The majority of the state has an ethnic Nepalese and Tibetan majority with the former overpowering the latter. Due to this reason, most of the people in the state are rice eaters. There are soups, dumplings, stews, meats, and a whole lot of vegetables in this amazing intermix of Sikkimese flavors. The state has plenty to offer for one to relish.




A mountainous cold desert freckled with green patches over a dry weather-beaten face, fascinating valleys, windswept landscapes and quiet villages, Spiti is a high-altitude region of the Himalayas, located in the north-eastern part of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. The name “Spiti” means “The middle land”, i.e. the land between Tibet and India. With so many Buddhist monasteries set up along the valley, you could visit each or any of them for having a peaceful time. An easy 1.5-kilometre trek along the Spiti River from Dhankar Monastery to Dhankar Lake promises gorgeous views of the villages below.

The Dhankar Lake itself is a place where you can sit back and relax amidst the cool mountain air. Another mytical site to visit is the Chandratal lake, where the water keeps changing from reddish to orange to blue to emerald green as the day ends. With the thick Himalayan snow cutting Spiti off from the rest of the country for around 6 months a year, the summer months are the only time Spiti is directly accessible via motorway.

Most traditional foods of this remote region are easy to cook — boiled, steamed or fermented — and consumed with little dependency on supplies of ingredients from outside. Abundant use of locally grown ingredients like millets, grains and meat, which are dried in the summer and carefully stored for winter, play a significant role in the survival of the population, which has thrived on self-dependence due to its geographic isolation.