11 Romantic Places near Delhi NCR for Couples

Delhi is full of various places, parks, eateries and other points of interest where you can enjoy some exclusive time with your loved ones. However, occasionally you would like to spend a few days or a weekend for a romantic getaway :wink to catch up with your significant other. It is a well known fact […]

Delhi To Manali ? By Volvo Bus, Train, Car, Flight

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Are you planning to travel from Delhi to Manali for a getaway with friends or family but are confused regarding how to travel from Delhi to Manali ? If yes , then you have come to the right place as we will help you to choose the right transport for your journey from Delhi to […]

Delhi to Nainital Tourist Guide


Nainital is named after Naina mountains  which are the highest in the vicinity. Nainital is a valley in the foothills of Kumaon range of Himalayas located in the Uttrakhand State of India.  It is a very popular tourist  destination for its picturesque environment , Lakes and other flora and fauna found nearby. It is mostly […]

Mount Abu Tourist Guide

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Mount Abu derives its name from the “Arbuda Serpent God” who used to reside here. Now Mount Abu is among the fastest  growing Hill station near Delhi.Area surrounding  Abu is a high plateau with Guru Shikhar as the highest point in these Aravali mountains at a height of 1700 meters. Average height of Abu is […]

Srinagar Tourist Guide: Read This Before you Visit Srinagar


Srinagar is the winter capital of Jammu and Kashmir state in North India. Srinagar was established during 2nd century on the banks of Jhelum. This city is famous for its lakes , gardens and other natural scenic beauty on the hills surrounding this beautiful valley. Srinagar is a favorite destination of tourists with families and […]

Why You Should Visit Ladakh Next Summer ?


Ladakh is considered as the world’s highest desert. It is located at an average height of 3100 meters above sea level. Air is very thin at that high altitude . Leh city was established during the 4th century by the King of Ladakh. This region is generally a No Mans Land with most of the […]