Escape The Heat!


Heat beginning to get to you already? Here are few holiday ideas to make your summer worthwhile.

Own Your Adventure
  1. Hear The Sounds Of Silence In Shimla


Pamper yourself silly at Marigold Sarovar Portico. Views that leave you mesmerized. Sumptuous meals served with warm personal attention. The place is ideal for a resort surrounded by mountains on all sides and a deep valley located at a good height on the way to Naldehra. The best part was the silence of the hills where one can relax and rejuvenate.

2. Glide In Naukuchiatal


Crave adrenaline without the scorching summer heat? Naukuchiatal is just fantastic for thrilling but safe glides. Carry that camera for your perfect Instagram picture! A perfect tourist destination for all hill station lovers. Great place for adventure and relaxing as well. Best part is, this small hill station is not so crowded as compared to its neighbors (Nainital and Bhimtal), which makes it a perfect one.

3. Walk With The Clouds In Munsiyari


Walk on top of the clouds in Munsiyari and you’ll go and share this experience with every peron you meet. Your phone’s memory will be overflowing with gorgeous photographs that you’ll post on every social media platform that ever exists! The drive to Milam village offers the view of lovely snow-clad mountains, deep valleys, a variety of trees-pine, bamboo, birds, numerous waterfalls etc. It is truly panoramic.

4. Take A Dip In Idukki


Houseboats are good, but secret hill tops and stunning landscapes are way better. Idduki is a not a popular destination in Kerala. That is exactly why you should be there. You’ll never want to leave, promise! It has verdant hills, sparkling streams, large lakes teeming with fish and subtle sanctuaries. Idukki district of Kerala offers the best for adventure travelers. Great climate, great food and friendly people.

5. Hiking In Amarnath


The enthralling hike in Amarnath, Jammu & Kashmir will hold you to the ground with tears of joy in your eyes. Maybe, witnessing those views is what our ancestors referred to as ‘meeting the Gods.’

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