Scenic India

The land of the mighty Himalayas. It is said and rightly so, that rarely have the paths of god and man crossed each other, as in the valleys of Himalayas.


Uttaranchal which is now named Uttarakhand is one of the most fascinating and beautiful state of India.

People often refer to Varanasi as "the city of temples", "the holy city of India", "the religious capital of India", "the city of lights", and "the city of learning. Varanasi has also been a great center of learning for ages. Varanasi is associated with promotion of spiritualism, mysticism, Sanskrit, yoga and Hindi language.

Districts – Almora, Bageshwar, Chamnpawat,chamoli,dheradun,Haridwar, Nanital, Pauri, Pithoragarh, Rudraprayag, Tehri,

Pilgirmage of Uttaranchal

These ideally include Haridwar, Rishikesh, Kedarnath, Badrinath, Gangotri, Yamunotri, Devprayag, Nandadevi, Hemkund Sahib, Reetha Sahib and Purnagiri. Beyond holy surfeit, Uttaranchal offers plethora of splendid opportunities to nature lovers, besides, the adventure sports enthusiasts.

Hill Stations of Uttaranchal

Nainital, the 'Lake District' › Kausani, the 'Switzerland of India' › Ranikhet › Pithoragarh › Pauri and › Munsyari provide the oppor tunity to the nature lovers to explore and adore the scenic beauty of the landscape › Auli Hill Station › Almora Hill Station › Chaukori › Kasauni › Mussoorie › Mukteshwar

Himalayan Glaciers

Places such as Bhagirathi, Chowkhamba, Nanda Devi, Kamet, Pindari, Sahastrataal, Milam, Kafni, Khatling and Gaumukh are known for Mountaineering expeditions. For Trekking and Skiing purposes, Auli, Dayara Bugyal, Munsyari and Mundali are well known places. Pithoragarh, Jolly Grant and Pauri are popular to swindle Skating, Water Sports like rafting, boating and angling and Aero Sports vis-à-vis Hand Gliding and Paragliding.


The state also houses some of the popular wild life sanctuaries vis-à-vis, Jim Corbett National Park, Rajaji National Park, Govind Wildlife Sanctuary, Asan Barrage, Chilla etc

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Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful hill state in India, nestles in north-west region of western Himalayas.

Dalhousie › Shimla › Mandi › Chamba › Manali › Kullu › Great Himalayan National Park › Solan › Nahan › Spiti Valley › Lahaul Valley › Kinnaur › Palampur › Dharamshala › Kangra

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Jammu & Kashmir

The Mughal Emperor Jehangeer is said to have once written about Kashmir: Agar firdaus bar rue zamin ast hamin asto, hamin asto, hamin ast! ("If there be paradise on earth, it is here, it is here, it is here!"). And rightly so. Set against the backdrop of the snow-capped Pir Panjal range, Jammu marks the transition between the Himalayas in the north and the dusty plains of the Punjab in the south, bridging these two extremities by a series of scrub covered hills, forested mountain ranges and deep river valleys.

Set like a jewelled crown on the map of India, Kashmir is a multi-faceted diamond, changing its hues with the seasons - always extravagantly beautiful. Two major Himalayan ranges, the Great Himalayan Range and the Pir Panjal, surround the landscape from the north and south respectively.

GULMARG -Gulmarg's legendary beauty, prime location and proximity to Srinagar naturally make it one of the premier hill resorts in the country.

PAHALGAM - The Valley of Shepherds. Situated at the confluence of the streams flowing from Sheshnag Lake and the Lidder river, Pahalgam (2,130 m) was once a humble shepherd's village with breathtaking views.

SONAMARG - The Meadow of Gold. The drive to Sonamarg is through the Sindh Valley which presents yet another spectacular facet of countryside in Kashmir. Situated at an altitude of 2730 m, Sonamarg (‘The meadow of gold’) has, as its backdrop, snowy mountains against a cerulean sky. The Sindh River that meanders through the valley abounds with trout and mahaseer. Sonamarg is the base of a major trek that passes along several mountain lakes –Vishansar, Kishansar, Gadsar, Satsar and Gangabal. Sonamarg is also the take off station for the drive to Ladakh across the Zojila, a major pass in the Great Himalayan Range, through which the Srinagar-Leh Road passes.

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Ladakh - land of high passes is a land like no other. Bounded by two of the world's mightiest mountain ranges, the Great Himalaya and the Karakoram, it lies athwart two other, the Ladakh range and the Zanskar range.

Ladakh, a part of Jammu & Kashmir State in north of India consisting of two districts Leh and Kargil. Leh is situated on the banks of the river Indus, at a height of 11,000 feet. Ladakh is a high-altitude desert, sheltered from the rain-bearing clouds of the Indian monsoon by the barrier of the Great Himalaya.

Ladakh is a mesmerizing place which will take your breath away be it in terms of its natural beauty, the amazing landscapes, the view of the mighty Himalayas, its people. A place that is rich in scenic beauty and culture. Ladakh provides great opportunities for adventure sports such as river rafting, trekking, mountaineering and mountain biking. One cannot have enough of Ladakh, its beauty in isolation cannot be replicated anywhere else. Each trip to Ladakh will leave you wanting for more

Ladakh’s climate may be clod and inhospitable, but the hostility ends there. Starting from the word ‘Jhulley’, an all-encompassing word of greeting and warmth, Ladakh greets the visitor with open arms. With the land and culture so diverse from the rest of India, the charms and attractions of Ladakh are, a class apart.

Ladakh is primarily influenced by Buddhism and has some amazing monasteries. The high altitude lakes make great day trips out of Leh. Hire a jeep to Pangong Tso, and walk till Spangmik, the furthest point one is allowed on the Indian side. Visit the other neighbouring brackish water lakes such as Tso Moriri and Tso Kar.

Indulge in a trek, explore the mountain air, the villages, the nomads and their lifestyles. Experience the feeling of driving through the world’s highest motorable road at Khardun la (5,400m). Visit the Nubra Valley, the most fertile in Ladakh and blest with the best weather. Go further into Deskit and Hunder, see the sand dunes of this cold desert, and the Bactrian, double-humped camels. Drive through Drass, alleged to be the second coldest inhabited place in the world

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Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Floating in splendid isolation, cast of the Indian mainland is the archipelago of 572 emerald islands, islets and rocks known as Andaman & Nicobar Islands.The Andaman and Nicobar Islands were shrouded in mystery for centuries because of their inaccessibility. These are the paragon of beauty and present a landscape full with scenic and picturesque extravaganza. The Andaman & Nicobar are a group of picturesque Islands, big and small, inhabited and uninhabited, a total of 572 islands, islets and rocks lying in the South Eastern Part of the Bay of Bengal.They lie along an arc in long and narrow broken chain, approximately North-South over a distance nearly 800 kms

The topography of the islands is hilly and abounds in evergreen forests. The sandy beaches on the edge of meandering coastline are fringed with coconut-palms that sway to the rhythm of the sea. The sea around the islands offer excellent scope for water sports. The rare flora and fauna, underwater marine life and corals, with crystal clear water and mangrove-lined creeks, offer a dream-view of the rare gifts of nature.


One of the world's most spectacular tropical island systems, Lakshadweep Islands is tucked away at 220-240 kms off the Malabar Coast (Kerala). The islands comprise of 4200 of lagoon rich in marine wealth ad 36 islands in an area of 32 Each island in Lakshadeep is fringed by snow white coral sands. The crystal clear water and the rich marine flora and fauna enhance the mystique of these islands.

The charm of Lakshadeep islands lies in their remoteness. Far off the beaten track, they attract no hordes of merry makers to its shores, or perhaps it is the beauty of the islands densely covered with coconut palms, and threaded by an unbroken line of creamy sand, each island serenely set in a sea whose waters range from palest aquamarine and turquoise to deepest sapphire and lapis lazuli.

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