Thursday, 27 February 2014

Visit Mahabaleshwar

Mahabaleshwar is a hill station located in the Western ghats range, in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is a popular holiday resort and a honeymoon destination. It is also a popular pilgrimage site.

Mahabaleshwar in english means 'God of Great Power'. It is full of soaring peaks, deep valleys, crisp air and rich flora. It was once the summer capital of Bombay Presidency during the British raj. It is the highest hill station in Western India situated at a height of 1,372 mts above sea level. The pretty town is aptly located at a vast plateau.

Attractions in Mahabaleshwar:

1) Veena Lake

2) Arthur's Seat

3) Kate's Point

4) Wilson Point

5) 3 Monkey Point

6) Strawberry Fields

7) Dhom Dam

8) Panchganga Temple

9) Mahabaleshwar Temple

10) Mount Malcolm

11) Holy Cross Church

12) Mahabaleshwar Club

13) Pratapgarh Fort

14) Lodwick Point

15) Babington Point

16) Sunset Point (Bombay Point)

17) Elephant's Head Point

18) Lingamala Falls

Mahabaleshwar welcomes tourists with a pleasant climate throughtout the year. However, June-September months are not advised for travel here due extreme rains. Other than that, the whole year is tourist friendly.

There are variety of things you can do in the town like Boating, Horse riding, Trekking, Watching sunrise & sunsets apart sight-seeing.

You can buy honey, locally- made walking sticks, leather footwear like famous kolhapuri chappals & the specialty of the region roasted chickpea nuts.

The nearest airport to Mahabaleshwar is the commercial town of Pune, which is at a distance of 115 kms. It is also just 6 hours drive from Mumbai. You can also visit the hill station by train from Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore and various other places depending on the train schedules.

Mahabaleshwar is a preferred destination by honeymooners due to its secluded nature. 

So, whether you are a couple on honeymoon, a pilgrim or just a vacationeer, Mahabaleshwar has a lot to offer for everybody. 

Come to Mahabaleshwar and rejuvenate yourself.

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Friday, 21 February 2014

Visit Coorg

Coorg (Kodagu) is also famous as 'The Land of river Cauvery'. It is a mountainous district in South India. It is located at a height of 3,500 mts above sea level.It is well known for its hospitality and scenic beauty. Madikeri is the capital of coorg. As-soon-as you enter here, you are welcomed by rich aromas and amazing landscape. 

The nearest railway station to Coorg is Mysore. But, people generally prefer coming to Coorg by either a bus or renting a cab.

Main attractions in Coorg are: 

1) Abbey falls

2) Mallalli falls

3) Irupu falls

4) Nagarahole Wildlife Sanctuary

5) Pushpagiri Wildlife Sanctuary

6) Dubare Elephant Camp, Honnamana Kere (holy place) 

7) Namdroling Nyingmapa Tibetan Monastery

8) Raja's seat

The most picturesque view is of Coffee Plantations. Coorg region contributes about 60% of India's coffee plantations. Also, orange groves, pepper and cardamom plants adorn the hills.

Tadiandamol is the highest mountain in Coorg and the second highest in Karnataka. It is located in the Western ghats range.

Coorg is famously called the 'Scotland of India' and 'Kashmir of South India'. It measures 96 kms in length and 64 kms in breadth. The area of Coorg is 4,102 sq. kms.

Also, read Places to visit in South India during Summers.

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Monday, 17 February 2014

Places to visit in South India during Summers

Summer is a great time to visit hill stations. Some favourite ones in South India are:

Ooty - Ooty in Tamil Nadu is the most popular destination of South India in summers. It is an evergreen hill station and can be visited throughout the year. Other names of Ooty are Ootacamund and Udhagamandalam and it is situated at an altitude of 2,240 mts. above sea level. There are lots of places to see and things to do here. Major attractions are flower shows, botanical gardens, Doddabetta lake, Ooty lake, Pykara Lake, waterfalls, sunset points, tea plantations, Tiger Hill etc.

Kodaikanal - This is another popular hill station in Tamil Nadu. In Kodaikanal, the nature can be experienced at its closest. Kodaikanal or Kodai is situated at a height of 2,195 mts above sea level and is a quiet hill station. It is also known as the 'Princess of Hill Stations'. The scenic beauty is untouched. Attractions here are Star-shaped lake, Silver cascade falls, Solar Observatory, Vattakanal falls etc and many more. 

Munnar - Munnar is a hill retreat located in Kerala. It is located in the Western Ghats range of mountains and is 1,600 mts above sea level. Beauty at its best, Munnar is full of peaceful surroundings, lush greenery, expansive tea gardens. The hill station came to limelight recently due the shooting of a part of the famous movie 'Life of Pi'. Munnar is just 130 kms from the hub of Kerala, Cochin railway station.

Mahabaleshwar - Mahabaleshwar is a picturesque hill resort located in the lap of mountain ranges of Western Ghats. It is at a height of 1,372 mts  and around 115 kms southwest of Pune, a major commercial town of Maharashtra. You can have breathtaking views of lush valleys, soaring peaks, beautiful rivers, vast forests etc. It is very popular among couples as an awesome honeymoon destination. It is also the highest hill station in Western India. So, pack your bags and head for Mahabaleshwar

Coorg - Considered a land of farmers, Coorg, is a small hill station in Karnataka but is very popular throughout India. Intoxicating aroma of Coffee estates, rich flora and fauna, and amazing peace and tranquility describe the town of Coorg. Monsoon starts from July here, so summer is the best time to visit. It is also known as the 'Scotland of India' and 'Kashmir of the South'. So, you can imagine the beauty here. It is atop hills of Western Ghats at 3,500 mts above sea level. Major attractions here are trekking, bird-watching, spice and coffee plantations etc. Also, visit Coorg for the amazing people here and their distinct culture. 

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Thursday, 13 February 2014

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