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Wildlife and Nature Tours in India

Wildlife and Nature Tours in India

Blessed with abundant natural forests and wildlife, India is one of the foremost destinations for nature tours. Few countries can boast of having 441 Wildlife Sanctuaries and 80 National Parks within its territory – this is why India stands out when it comes to nature tours. Nature lovers will find themselves delightfully irresolute as there are too many places to be explored. These places also provide excellent fishing and trekking opportunities.

Incredibly, according to government statistics over 60% of the world’s wild Tiger population is found in India, and the last of the Asiatic Lions can only be found here. The country is also home to 50% of the world’s remaining Asian Elephants and 80% of the One-horned Rhinoceros.

Some of the few National Parks that should not be missed are the Gir, Bharatput, Corbett, Kaziranga, Periyar and Ranthambore. Corbett has a huge tiger, elephant and bird population and protects the endangered Asian Elephant. Except for Africa, Gir boasts of being the only place where a lion can be seen in its natural habitat. It also has one of the largest leopard populations in any park in India. Kaziranga is a living picture of India’s wildlife diversity; about 15 species of India’s endangered mammals are still found here the most famous one being the Great Indian One-Horned Rhinoceros. Plenty of wild buffaloes, elephants and tiger are also found here.

A boat ride at the Periyar sanctuary will let you spot tigers, and many more endangered species like the Lion-tailed Macaque, Nilgiri Langur and the Indian Spotted Chevrotain, the Flying Squirrel and Slender Loris. Try a park safari at Ranthambore, and spot tigers, elephants, lion-tailed Macaque, Nilgiri Langur and the Indian Spotted Chevrotain.

The ‘World Heritage Site’ of Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is teeming with 425 species of birds, the most commonly spotted are the Painted Stork, Purple Heron, White Ibis, Eurasian Spoonbill and the largest bird in India, the Sarus Crane.

Angling is another activity that will interest nature lovers. The Ramganga Valley made famous by Jim Corbett is a popular spot for fishing. If lucky, you might even catch the Golden Mahseer, Giant Catfish; interestingly, there are around forty three fish species here. Also, the vast expanse of the Himalaya offers good trekking route in the north and eastern parts of the country, the Western Ghats too offers equally interesting routes for trekking in the south.…

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Travel to Rajasthan for a Royal Experience

Travel to Rajasthan for a Royal Experience

India is counted amongst the most popular tourist destinations across the world known for its diversity in religions and cultures. The cities of India are the excellent examples of unity in diversity phenomena as every part has something special of its own which differentiates them from other regions.

If you really want to feel the majestic side of India then Rajasthan, the desert state of the country is your place. Located in the North West region of the country, Rajasthan is known for its royal history and beautiful cities. Rajputs who have ruled the state for a long period of time have built several magnificent forts and palaces that add a royal touch to the beauty of this land of great deserts. No doubt Rajasthan is the only place in India through which one can travel back to the bygone era of kings and queens. Visit to their grand palaces and ultimate camel safari have become the golden tradition of royal Rajasthan tourism.

When you plan tour to Rajasthan, you should start your trip by exploring the capital city of Rajasthan which is Jaipur. Being one of the most vibrant cities of India Jaipur is popularly known as The Pink City. Opulent palaces, magnificent forts, dunes of sands, mesmerizing lakes and vibrant culture of culture are sure to make your stay here an extravaganza. The architecture of its famous Jal Mahal, whose first three floors are completely submerged in water and only fourth one is above water is truly a master piece of royal architecture. Other important forts that you can visit while in Jaipur are Amber Fort, Hawa Mahal and Sisodiya Rani Ka Bagh.

After soothing your eyes with the ancient royal architecture of Jaipur forts it is time to move on to The City of Lakes which is Udaipur. Due to its royal past and several palaces and forts that reflect the love story of Rajasthan’s kings and queens, Udaipur is often termed as the most romantic city. Majestic lakes beside royal palaces make a picture perfect moment for the tourist. The prominent places of tourist interest in Udaipur include Lake Pichola, Jag mandir Island, City Palace, Saheliyon Ki Bari, Udai Sagar Lake and Jagdish Temple. For making your trip to Udaipur more memorable plan your stay at some of the forts turned five stars hotel that beautifully overlooks romantic lakes of Udaipur.

If you want to feel the local flavor of rural Rajasthan then head your caravan for Rajasthan Tours to Pushkar, which is known for its annual cattle fair. It is a gala occasion for the locales and they celebrate it with traditional Rajasthani dance and music. Apart from that, Pushkar also holds religious importance for Hindus as it is believe that the holy Pushkar Lake can free you from all your sins.

After that you can plan your expedition to Ranthambore, which is situated on the borders of Thar deserts and is famous for its amazing wildlife and beautiful Aravali and Vindhyachal hills. The rich flora and fauna of Ranthambore national will double up the thrill of your Safari trip. Its Ranthambore Fort is also one of the famous tourist attractions of Rajasthan.

For completing your tour to Rajasthan on a religious note visit Ajmer, the city located amidst lakes and hills. The famous Dargah of Khawaja Mouinuddin Chisti a Muslim saint is holy place of pilgrimage for the people of all the religions.

With so many different colors, vibrant culture and royal history, vacation in Rajasthan, India surely makes an appealing tourist destination for those visiting India for the first time.…

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Tourism Destinations in India Update – 1

Tourism Destinations in India Update – 1

India is a country of diverse cultural traditions, dresses, cuisine, languages and lifestyle. You start from one corner, and you can see the change at every corner varying from one state to another. This unity in diversity is seen in everyday life making it an attractive destination for tourists from all over the world. There are so many tourist spots in India that it becomes a big exercise to choose the right tourism destination in India.

A visit to this magnificent land is always an exhilarating experience that is treasured because the country holds so many wonders. Examples are the outstanding Taj Mahal-one of the seven wonders of the world, enormous forts and fabulous palaces of the Rajasthan, Natural beauties like the impressive Himalayan peaks with unblemished Valleys, perfect beaches, religious artefacts such as temples, gurudwaras, mosques, churches and synagogues.

Tourism industry is the biggest service industry in India, contributing about 6.5% to the national GDP and approx. 9% of the entire employment in India. More than five million foreign tourists visit India annually and 562 million domestic tourists visit various tourist spots in India. This industry generates about hundred billion US dollars in 2008-09 and is expected to increase to 275 dollars billion by the year 2018. The nodal agency for the promotion of tourism in India is Ministry of Tourism.

As per the World Travel and Tourism Council, India will be the top tourism hotspot from year 2009-2018. In year 2007, India was ranked sixth in terms of price competitiveness and in safety and security, it ranked 39th.

In this update, we will discuss the hill stations of India. Here you can experience an enchanting walk on the mountains and in the valleys and feast your eyes on with evergreen hills. Before independence, many hill stations functioned as summer capitals of Indian princely states and as of today, all these hill stations are well-liked summer resorts. Most famous hill stations are: Mount Abu in Rajasthan, Gulmarg in Srinagar, Ladakh in Jammu and Kashmir, Darjeeling in West Bengal, Shillong in Meghalaya, Kodaikanal, Yercaud and Ooty in Tamil Nadu, Nainital in Uttarakhand, Mussoorie in Uttarakhand, Munnar in Kerala, Shimla and Kullu in Himachal Pradesh, Gangtok in Sikkim and Manali in Himachal Pradesh.

In addition to these tourist spots in India, there are also many tranquil and serene natural retreats for a nature lover. Some of them are Kausani, Leh, Ladhak, Dunagiri, Binsar and Mukteshwar, which are also popular tourism destination in India.…

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Food & Cuisine of Kerala – An Introduction

Food & Cuisine of Kerala – An Introduction

Kerala is among the celestial destinations of India which is known throughout the world for its mesmerizing backwaters, sun kissed beaches, panoramic hill stations and calm and serene natural ambiance. The amalgamated feature of this place makes it one of the well known destinations of the world. People from several parts of the globe come to this place to enjoy this land of enchanted beauty. One of Kerala’s popular attractions is its delicious cuisine. Cuisine of a particular place is a reflection of the culture of that place.

Usually Kerala food is hot and spicy. Several fresh spices are used while food preparation that gives a unique aroma and flavor to the food. Coconut either chopped or grated, or its milk predominates almost all the dishes of this place. Apart from this various local vegetables such as cassava, tapioca and yam are also important ingredients of the Kerala cuisine. Some of the popular dishes of this place are:

Sadya:

It is a well known traditional cuisine of Kerala. This is a vegetarian meal which is served with boiled rice and a number of other dishes. During special occasions and festivals Sadya is prepared with traditional methods. The best of part of this dish is that banana leaves are used as plates to serve. This provides distinct identity to this cuisine. A typical Sadya is served with Bittergourd thoran, Lime Pickle, Buttermilk, Paayasam, Aviyal, Kaalan, and Sambar with Boiled rice in the center. It is the perfect cuisine that gives real taste of Kerala at one go. It is among the most sought after dishes due to its delectable taste and varieties.

Unakka Kappa Vevichathu (Dry Yuca Cooked):

It is other popular cuisine of Kerala because it is inexpensive and is widely available. It is made from Kappa/ Cassava/ Tapioca, which is a staple food of this place just like rice. This can be eaten in breakfast, evening snacks or dinner. Varieties of delectable dishes can be prepared from fresh Kappa among which the most popular one is Kappa kuzhachathu with meen curry. It can be prepared simply and easily served with Ulli chammanthi or Kanthari Mulaku (a kind of chilly) Chammanthi.

Fish Curries:

Among non-vegetarians, dishes of fish are most preferred ones. Here, one can choose from several varieties of fish food. The entire available recipes are known for their delectable taste. Fishes can be either fried, or made as curry or preserved as pickles. Some of the well known fish curries of the Kerala Menu are Thiruvananthapuram Style Fish Curry, Fish Curry in Coconut Milk, Meenmutta Ularthiyathu, Kunnamkulam Meen Curry and more.

Some of the other well known lip smacking dishes of Kerala menu are Lime Rice, Rice Upma, Lime Ginger Squash, Spicy Mango Chutney, Double Bean Salad with Cottage and many more.…

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Get Better Treatment With The Help of Medical Tourism

Get Better Treatment With The Help of Medical Tourism

Getting a rather mammoth amount of patronage from millions and millions of people across the globe, medical tourism is popularity stems from many factors. An extremely convenient way to access quality medical care, it has been known to do magic to various global patients. Elective procedures and urgent ones, no matter what one may be seeking, the hospitals in medical tourism destinations cover an exhaustive list of specialties. That apart, you can even find highly specialized healthcare centers focusing on particular branch of medicine and thereby offering all the more superior service.

Seeking the help of a medical tourism facilitator also helps, given the fact that they have the right statistics, comprehensive information and a professional way of doing things. Coming back to the main focus area, medical tourism has many takers from every corner of the world. The West works on an institutionalized way of medical system that just doesn’t go down well with a rather large middle-class society, be it in America, England, Canada or other European nations.

And, given the lack of basic medical facilities and infrastructure in African and the Middle Eastern countries, one can clearly see how haute property medical tourism is. But, one asks, why not? Affordable world-class medical services, quality care and excellent post-treatment services, who isn’t entitled to all this? It is a win-win situation for both the parties. To be able to access quality care is every human being’s prerogative and to be able to do so in a financial manner that fits into your pocket comes foremost.

The Western medical system is such that many feel it’s of no use to them, especially the middle-class. Meeting up with experts or opting to go for a particular cosmetic surgery may take up to several months to a year, even more, which obviously, isn’t a very agreeable situation. And then, to add to the mounting frustrations, it is the insurance policies that play a spoilt sport. When your policy doesn’t cover you for a particular procedure, you are as good or as bad as the uninsured person. Last, but in no way the least, affordability becomes a big question mark in the face of exorbitant medical treatments and services.

Compared to all these, doesn’t it sound simpler to just board a cheap flight to a medical tourism destination and get your preferred treatment under all the privacy and for the fraction of the cost that it commands in your home land? This way you not only get to access the best of doctors, the best of medical practices and the best of hospitals for a figure that suits you, but also enjoy a small vacation on the side. Hospitals in the medical tourism hubs have been giving a stiff competition to those in the the other hand, would you mind getting yourself medically treated in a foreign locale for half the price that the hospitals and procedures in your own country demand? We all know what the answer to that question is.

The point is, as mentioned above, you can always do a thorough research about a particular treatment or healthcare center and then go with the chosen one. Welcome a healthy change in your life, banish those frustrating thoughts and sadness caused due to your illness, enjoy a normal life after a stint at a Medical Tourism Destinations, it’ll all be worth it. Equipped with an accreditation from international health governing bodies, the healthcare centers boast of a world-class infrastructure, state-of-the-art medical equipment, excellent accommodation facilities, trained nursing staff, efficient administration to make your stay as comfortable as can be and most importantly, highly qualified and experienced doctors. Don’t you take more time to get that illness treated, make arrangements through a medical tourism facilitator and say hello to a new, improved life again.…

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Adventure Travel Holidays in Spain’s Pueblos Blancos

Adventure Travel Holidays in Spain’s Pueblos Blancos

Inland from Spain’s heavily developed southwestern coastal strip, the Pueblos Blancos sit loftily on Andaluc?�a’s hillsides. These charming “White Villages” acquire their name from their pristinely whitewashed buildings, resplendent and sparkling brightly against the dazzling sun. Perched high on the hills between the coast on the west and the Ronda Mountains on the east, these towns offer an escape into natural surroundings, a glimpse into traditional Spanish life and lots of active adventure. Settled by Berbers during the eight centuries of Moorish rule, these villages, which were under the constant threat of attack were easily defensible and served as the border between Moors and Christians.

Towards Arcos de la Frontera

Winding slowly east into the mountains, high peaks, jagged crags, gorges, chasms and caves, and an occasional goat grazing on the hillsides take the place of beaches and crowds, with breathtaking views at every bend. Heading inland, Arcos de La Frontera, one of the prettiest towns in Spain, comes into view. Situated near the Guadalate River, high above a precipitous gorge, the town was an important Moorish stronghold and boasts spectacular vistas of olive groves, vineyards and bull and horse farms. Possessing an old-world charm, this lovely village is packed with history.

The National Parks in the Region

Picturesque Zahara de la Sierra, a typical fortified White Village, straddles a hilltop overlooking the wide, blue waters of the Embalse de Zahara, a man-made reservoir more like a natural lake. The town lays claim to a Moorish castle sitting high above on a rocky crest, which overlooks a lovely baroque church. From Zahara de la Sierra, a narrow mountain road winds and twists its way up to Grazalema, an idyllically beautiful, well-kept small town. Renowned for its many bubbling fountains, Grazalema has a wetter climate than its neighbors, its reward being its setting in the heart of the verdant Parque Natural Sierra de Grazalema. To the south and west of the Grazalema National Park, the National Park of Los Alcornocales, one of the world’s largest cork oak forests, forms the backdrop of an area of outstanding beauty and is home to rare species of Andalucian wildlife including mountain goats, red deer and wild boar.

Ronda’s Dramatic Setting

Snaking a way up past panoramic views of silvery green olive groves en route to Ronda, the small charming towns of Montijaque and Benaojan boast ancient caves with great Paleolithic cave drawings. Ronda, the largest of the Pueblos Blancos, sits on a limestone plateau, split by the El Tajo Gorge. Its dramatic setting above the enormous gorge, which drops over 100 m. below, made Ronda one of the last Moorish bastions to fall. Spanning the gorge are 3 exceptional bridges, the most spectacular of these being an 18th century construction standing on two massive pillars built at the bottom of the gorge.

On the edge of the crevice, dazzling white Moorish buildings with intricate window grilles of metal decorate Ronda’s Old Town. In this setting, the Palacio de Mondragon, used by kings as a palace and the most important building in town, features amazing views from its gardens. Located in the Mercadillo (“Little Market”) in the newer part of town, Ronda boasts one of Spain’s oldest bullrings, and the nearby Church of Santa Maria la Mayor, originally a mosque converted to church, is an interesting blend of Moor and Christian architecture. With its fascinating history, Ronda is a city well worth exploring.

In addition to a relaxed respite into local Spanish culture, this Andalucian region features a multitude of activities: Walking and hiking, horseback riding, caving, paragliding, wind and kite surfing are just some of the many adventures on offer. The countryside is stunning, the white cobbled towns charming, and the easy-going, warm and friendly locals mark the Andalucian character. Life’s leisurely pace is infectious here and is like a breath of cool, fresh air in Spain’s sizzling climate.…

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Famous People From Luton

Famous People From Luton

Luton is best known for the London Luton Airport, the Luton Town Football Club, the University of Bedfordshire and the Luton Carnival held every May. But there are also a number of famous and accomplished people who have a strong connection to Luton, especially in the fields of entertainment, sports and literature. Here is a sampling of some of them.

1. Arthur Hailey

The novelist, Arthur Hailey, was born in Luton on April 5, 1920 and died on November 24, 2004. From 1939 to 1947, he served in the Royal Air Force and later moved to Canada and then to California. His novels, which are set in various industrial and commercial settings, are known for their dramatic human conflict and thoroughly researched information.

Hailey was such a good novelist that many of his books became immediate best-sellers. Many of them reached the number one spot on the New York Times bestseller list. Overall, his books have sold over 170 million copies around the world and have been translated into 40 languages. Some of his books were made into movies, including “Airport,” which became a blockbuster. His novel “Hotel” also became a long-running TV series.

When writing a book, Hailey would spend a year on research, six months studying his notes and about 18 months writing. For these reasons, his books had a strong sense of realism that attracted many readers.

2. John Badham

Film director John Badham was born in Luton on August 25, 1939. He was raised in Alabama in the United States and became an American citizen in 1946. A graduate of Yale University, his breakthrough movie was the smash blockbuster “Saturday Night Fever” which introduced the world to John Travolta in 1977.

Badham has numerous credits in both film and television. His most famous films include Saturday Night Fever (1977), Dracula (1979), Whose Life Is It Anyway? (1981), Blue Thunder (1983), WarGames (1983), American Flyers (1985), Short Circuit (1986). Stakeout (1987), The Hard Way (1991), Point of No Return (1993), Drop Zone (1994). Nick of Time (1995), Incognito (1997) and The Jack Bull (1999).

3. Phil Read

He was born as Phillip William Read in Luton on January 1, 1939. He rose to prominence as Phil Read, a former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer who carried the impressive nickname “The Prince of Speed.” He distinguished himself as the first man to win world championships in the 125cc, 250cc and 500cc classes.

Read first rose to prominence in 1964 when he won the world title in the 250cc class, a feat which bestowed on Yamaha its first world title. Overall, he notched 50 Grand Prix Tour victories from 1963 to 1976. He was ranked number one in the world seven times in either the 125cc or 250cc class, including 1964, 1965, 1968 (both 125cc and 250cc), 1971, 1973 and 1974. His carried the colors of Yamaha in his first five number one rankings and MV Augusta in 1973 and 1974.

Read’s final race was in 1982 at age 43 when he participated in the Isle of Man TT. He was named by the FIM as a Grand Prix “Legend” in 2002.

4. Colin Salmon

Born in Luton in 1952, the 6’4″ Colin Salmon is best known for his role in three James Bond films where he played the fictional character Charles Robinson opposite Pierce Brosnan as Bond.

When Brosnan left the Bond franchise, Salmon emerged as a strong contender as his replacement as James Bond, even getting Brosnan’s endorsement as his preferred successor. However, he did not get the part. Salmon would have been the first black actor to portray Bond, who was described by author Ian Fleming as a half Scottish, half Swiss Caucasian male.

In his latest role, Salmon played the role of David Tyrel in the Sky One UK television series Hex. He was also Dr. Rowan Dunlop in Series 8 of ITV UK Television series Bad Girls. He also appeared in the sixth episode of the BBC Three comedy, Little Miss Jocelyn, where he played himself.

Salmon’s most popular films include Match Point (2005) as Ian; Alien vs. Predator (2004) as Maxwell Stafford; Trial & Retribution VIII (2004) as Colin …

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Famous Ladakh Monateries

Famous Ladakh Monateries

On the cultural and religious tour to Ladakh you will come across numerous gompas and monasteries in the peculiar Himalayan towns. Located at the hilltops these monasteries provide the spectacular views of the rugged snow peaks and the valleys below. Of all the important monasteries in Ladakh, Spituk Monastery, Shey Palace and Monastery, Hemis Monastery forms the major attraction of the region.

Hemis Gompa Monastery: Built in 1630, Hemis Gompa is the world known largest monastery in the region of Ladakh. The monastery stands camouflaged inside a canyon and belongs to the red sect. Founded by the first incarnation of Stagsang Raspa Nawang Gyatso, this monastery is somewhat different from the other important monasteries in Ladakh. It is the venue of the famous Hemis Festival which is celebrated here in the month of June – July every year. It celebrates the birthday of the Indian missionary seer Padmasambhava, who is credited for the spreading the message of Buddhism in Ladakh.

Spituk Monastery: 8 km along the flat Indus River Valley from Leh rises the building of the monastery of Spituk, stark and impressive in each of its reflections. It is a 11th century monastey; which was named Spituk by Rinchen Zangpo, who is credited for spreading Buddhism in monastery contains the great collection of ancient masks, antique arms and the beautiful image of Mahakal, dedicated to the deity of Vajrabhairva.

Thiksey Monastery: Thiksey is a 600 year old monastery, located 20 km from the town of Leh. It is 12 storey monastery complex that comprises of several stupas, statues, thankas, wall paintings, swords and a large pillar with engraved Buddha’s teachings. There are about ten temples and a school in a complex. The main attraction of the monastery is the huge golden statue of the Maitreya Buddha. This monastery is situated at the top of the hillrock and forms the part of the Gelukpa order. Thiksey Gompa is a home to approximately eighty monks. It also plays the host to famous Gustor ritual, organized from the 17th to 19th day of the ninth month of the Tibetan calendar.

Namgyal Tsemo Gompa: Namgyal Tsemo Gompa is located in the region of Leh. The monastery was established by the King Tashi Namgyal in the year 1430. It stands behind the Leh Palace on the Namgyal Tsemo peak over looking the town. The three story high solid gold idol of Lord Buddha (laughing Buddha) and a one storied high statue of Avaloketesvara and Manjushri forms the main attractions of this magnificent monastery. It also houses several ancient manuscripts and beautiful frescoes. Namgyal Tsemo is maintained by the monks of Sankar Gompa.

Shey Palace and Monastery: Shey Palace is an impressive structure, built by the King Deldan Namgyal in the beginning of the 17th century. It lies at the distance of 15 kilometers from Leh and is considered as one of the most beautiful gompas in Ladakh. It boosts of the three storey high statue of Buddha, made of gold plated copper, which is one of its kind in Ladakh. Shey Gompa was earlier the seat of the first king of the Ladakh – Lhachen Spalgigon. According to the legends all the kings of Ladakh has to be born in Shey only.…

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10 Tips For Being A Responsible Tourist

10 Tips For Being A Responsible Tourist

It’s important when you are traveling, anywhere in the world, to be aware of the concerns that a particular destinations limited infrastructure places on its environment. Certain countries in Asia particularly struggle with waste management and the control of available water resources. As travelers it’s imperative we do everything possible to assist with minimizing our impact whilst enjoying the facilities and services that our favorite destinations provide. The following is a list of some of the things you can do to assist local management authorities.

Refill Your Water Bottle:

Contribute to the waste management and help to recycle plastic by reusing your water bottle. This helps to save you money and is a simple way to exercise green practice.

Don’t Throw Anything In The Toilet:

Non-organic waste thrown into the toilet can create blockages and cause grey-water to flow into low-lying areas of land as well as the ocean. This increases pollution and can kill the fragile underwater eco systems.

Save Water:

Minimize your water consumption and always turn taps off when not in use. Keep showers to a minimum length of time. Many destinations, particularly small islands have very limited freshwater resources. Be as conservative as possible.

Dispose Of Rubbish Correctly:

Walk those few extra steps to place your rubbish in bins provided. If you see rubbish on the street, do your part and find a bin to put it in. We can all do our bit to keep our favourite destinations clean and inviting.

Avoid Walking On Reefs & Fragile Coastal Dunes:

Corals are particularly fragile organisms and it often takes decades for them to grow. Respect their space and avoid walking on them. Sand dunes are also fragile environments and subject to water and wind erosion. Do your part to assist with stabilising the dunes and stick to the paths provided.

Be A Good Role Model:

Set a good example for other tourists and show others your interactions with the environment can make a huge difference. Be proactive in getting the message across.

Switch Off The A/C When Out:

Consider the limited resources of many small destinations and turn off you’re A/C, lights, fans and other electricity when away from your accommodation. This will also help keep the running costs down in the places you choose to stay.

Avoid Taking Souvenirs From The Beach:

Seashells are often housing living animals and taking them out of their natural habitat will most likely kill them. For example, hermit crabs will look for new and bigger seashells as they grow. Don’t leave a hermit crab homeless.

Report Environmental Disturbances:

Interfering with aquatic animals, walking on reefs, anchoring boats and discarding waste are examples of non-eco friendly behaviour. Do your part and report incidents that you witness to local authorities.

Get Behind Local Environmental Activities:

No matter how small or insignificant they may seem, your contributions can have a great impact on the corner of the planet in which you live or spend your holidays. There are many ways in which to show your support for a cleaner environment. Participate in local activities such as beach clean-ups, education programmes, and other ecological activities.

As travellers it’s up to us to ensure that the beautiful places we seek out on our holidays remain just that for generations to come. The most insignificant of act can have either a positive or detrimental effect on the environment. Always consider your actions and be a responsible traveller.…

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Summers Are Approaching and Its High Time to Visit God’s Own Country Kerala

Summers Are Approaching and Its High Time to Visit God’s Own Country Kerala

Rightly said to be ‘God’s own country’, Kerala has true aspects of amazing tourist attractions. From beaches and backwaters of Kerala to the heavenly hill stations, every small place is ideal for relaxation and leisure. The best season to visit this place is summers as the state is relatively much colder than other places in India during this season.

Kerala tours will take you to that place on the Earth, which is tremendously serene and mystical. You can leave your routine schedules and stress at home and take lots of sweet and charming memories back home that would be cherished throughout life.

Considered as best holidaying place for vacationers; the land is blessed with rare yet admirable flora and fauna species. Tourists from anywhere and at any stage of aging can come and experience tranquility of this state.

Why Kerala Tour Packages?

There are several factors that combine together and make this state stand up as the best tourist attraction in India:

The aroma and essence of floral beauty here will bind you with nature in a way as no other place in India could really do. May it be the jack fruits, oils or coconuts, or sweet smelling flowers, each of them seem to be best God’s gift to the humans.

Beaches of Kerala are famous across globe. Blessed with abundant natural beauty and calmness, Kerala beaches offer genuinely likable feel to vacationers. Famous beaches of the state include Kovalam, Varkala, Beypore, Kochi, etc.

Backwaters of Kerala are also popular all over world for their cool and scenic atmosphere. Luxury houseboat cruises are the best venues to experience the breathtakingly beautiful backwaters of Kerala.

Hill stations are also must watch spots among various tourist destinations in Kerala. Most admirable hill stations include Munnar, Ponmudi, Echo Point etc. On Kerala hill stations tours, you’ll also experience fun and frolic interests like adventure trekking and other sports activities.

Kerala Tours are worth enjoying provided you opt for best tourists package for your trip to the state. Make a deep online search and select some online travel and tour operators. See what each of them is offering. Compare rates and amenities these tour operators provide on a tour to Kerala. After analyzing all these factors, you will be in the right position to choose the best tour operator.

Apart from all above factors, make sure to collect a brief about Kerala and best tourist attractions there. This will further lend you to get into the best possible tour package.…