Wish you all a safe and happy Diwali.


Diwali or Deepavali, is also known as the “festival of lights.” This festival involves the lighting of small clay lamps, firecrackers are burst and people share sweets and snacks with family members and friends. Diwali is among the biggest festivals of India, in North India, Diwali is celebrated to commemorate the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana. In South India it is a celebration of the victory of Lord Krishna over the demon Narakasura.




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A North India tour is a journey to the kingdom of the Himalayas, a land of holy places and rivers, with some of the most beautiful mountain sceneries in the world. Northern India is separated from the south by the Vindhya mountain range and includes the states of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, and the Union Territory of Chandigarh. It is one of the most popular travel regions for national and international tourists alike. A north India tour offers a variety of destinations and experiences for any traveler, be it religious and spiritual destinations, cultural places marked by palaces and forts, nature and wildlife parks, adventure activities, or historic architecture and monuments.
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What To See in Ladakh :

Ladakh. Land of mountains, ice, spirituality and wonder. A rugged cold desert bound on all sides by peaks as high as the heavens and interspersed by divine lakes that change colour by the hour; azure to green to gold to purple. The people of Ladakh are hardy and spiritual. Indeed, it is hard not to believe, when you 

live in a world so close to the heavens. Buddhist monasteries dot the region, one more interesting than the other. Ladakhi children are especially gorgeous, and you’ll find yourself losing your heart amidst a tiny sea of fat pink cheeks and bright eyes. From November to May, Ladakh is almost completely cut off from the outside world. The passes are motorable from May to August, and May, June and July are the most popular months for travellers from around the world. Here is an overview of the places and things you can hope to experience in Ladakh.

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Places to visit before they vanish! 
#5 Patagonia:
Patagonia is a region shared by Argentina and Chile. This stunning place created by mother nature could be dramatically altered if climate change persists. Its glaciers are steadily shrinking because of rising temperatures and declining condensation. If Global warming grows at this rate this place and its landscape may soon be altered beyond recognition. Visit this stunning place before it vanishes!
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Kerala is known for its lush coconut groves, balmy weather, pallid backwaters and splendid beaches. The beaches in Kerala are characterized by long stretches of golden sand, clear skies, and rows upon rows of swaying palm trees. Easily available accommodation is the icing on the cake. Here are our top 5 picks of the best beaches in Kerala .

Sikkim is a melting pot of cultures and traditions, all set and ready to mesmerize your mind, body and soul. Sikkim is a boiling pot of cultures and traditions, all set and ready to mesmerize your mind, body and soul. Its all-embracing natural beauty has the power to portray otherworldly vistas that transport your mind to blissful heights.



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7 Places to visit before they vanish!
#2 Maldives:
Maldives is the lowest-lying country in the world with a natural ground level of approx 7 – 8 feet and an average of hardly 5 feet above sea level. Sea levels are rising slowly due to global warming. If they rise too much, the country could go under. Visit and experience the wonderful country of Maldives before it is engulfed by the sea!
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Coyote Buttes, USA.

Coyote Buttes is a section of the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness spanning across from extreme South Central Utah to North Central Arizona. One of the highlights of Coyote Buttes North Area is the rock formation known as The Wave (Pic), a swirling sandstone formation.
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Top 7 places to visit before they vanish! 
#1 The Alps 
On an average about 3 percent of glacier ice of the Alps is lost each year. That equals to almost 3.3 feet of ice thickness lost annually. If global warming persists at this rate then scientists have predicted that the famed glaciers should almost disappear by 2050. Experience wonderful snow-peaked mountains before global warming destroys this beautiful place! (Pic by flickr user John-Morgan)

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7 Places to visit before they vanish! 
#3 Great Barrier Reef:
The Great Barrier Reef is a nesting ground for many endangered marine species. But because of climate change this amazing reef is disappearing at a fast pace. Mass coral bleaching have been caused due to global warming, water pollution, ocean acidification and cyclones. If immediate actions are not taken then what took 8,000 years for nature to create could disappear within next 70 to 80 years. Visit this natural wonder before it disappears off the face of the earth! 
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