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Bannerghatta Getaway

On the outskirts of Bengaluru city is this beautiful forest reserve, not to far away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The national park is a breath of fresh air welcoming all travelers. One could come here and enjoy the beautiful environs of the forest and the resort in the company of the wildlife.

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Kabini Getaway

Located on the banks of eponymous river (Kabini), on the periphery of Bandipur, Nagarhole and Rajiv Gandhi National Park. Kabini is one of the most picturesque places in Karnataka. Proximity to the National Parks has given the place enough opportunity for wildlife experience. There is quite a chance to spot tiger, leopards, wild elephants, various species of deers, and plenty of residential and nomadic birds, while boating in the river or on a wildlife safari in the nearby jungles.

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Daman & Diu Experience

Daman and Diu were Portuguese colonies since 1500s and became independent and part of India in 1961. The Portuguese presence, proximity to Gujarat has developed a rich and unique culture here that a traveler might find very interesting along with the various sights to see and things to do.

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Dadra & Nagar Haveli Experience

With less than 500 sq km in area, Dadra and Nagar Haveli is the smallest Union Territory in India. Sandwiched between Maharashtra and Gujarat, the place is known for lush green forests, meandering rivers, beautiful waterfronts, cascading waterfalls, majestic hills and diverse flora and fauna. The nature at its best.

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Jammu & Kashmir Experience

Kashmir is indeed heaven on earth and this is not the Mughal Emperor Jahangir saying, but countless of travelers have experienced it. Located in the Northern most part of India on the amidst the majestic Himalayan and Karakoram range, the place has the best of nature’s bountiful beauty. Right from the snow capped peaks, the beautiful mountainous terrains, green valleys and meadows, ever flowing rivers, it has it all. A very popular tourism destination that creates unforgettable memories for anyone who visits here.

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Nagaland Experience

Nagaland is a mountainous state in North-Eastern part of India, formed in 1963. It is home to many indigenous tribal communities and is known for their festivals and culture. With abundance of quaint mountainous towns and villages, lakes, waterfalls, wildlife and coupled with the unique tribal culture of the place Nagaland is a must visit destination.

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Mizoram Experience

Mizoram is a state in North-Eastern part of India, formed in 1987. The name in the local language means ‘the land of the Mizos’. It is considered a beautiful place by many due to its dramatic landscape and pleasant climate. With abundance of hill stations, lakes, waterfalls, wildlife and coupled with the unique culture of the place Mizoram is a must visit destination.

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Uttarakhand Experience

Uttarakhand is located in the Northern part of India on the lap of the majestic Himalayas. Thanks to these majestic mountains and the bountiful nature Uttarakhand is a popular tourism destination. Home to ‘Chardham’ four most sacred places for the Hindus, Often referred to, as ‘Devbhoomi’ or ‘the land of the gods’, as there is a lot of history, religion and mythology esp. from the epic Mahabharata in this place. This is one of those destinations in India when one could keep on returning and still discover something new and refreshing.

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Himachal Pradesh Experience

Himachal Pradesh is located in the Northern part of India on the lap of the majestic Himalayas. True to its name ‘Himachal”, which literally means snow-laden the state is just that with its snow capped peaks and the beautiful mountainous terrains and green valleys, when turn powdery white covered in snow during the season. A popular tourism destination Himachal Pradesh enchants anyone who visits here.

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Bihar Experience

The name Bihar comes from the ancient languages of Sanskrit and Pali word Vihara (or monastery) that means abode. In ancient India this region that encompasses the present state of Bihar had many Buddhist Viharas, the abodes of Buddhist monks. Lord Buddha found enlightenment here sitting below the Bodhi tree. At the time this region was a centre of power, learning and culture. And in the modern day the ancient and cultural legacy from the golden age has become a major tourist attraction. There is much more to discover and explore than the Buddhist legacy and culture, as the richness of the state is in its confluence of different cultures that lived here.

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