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BINDU-MUKTI-LATAGURI

Bindu: On the bank of the river Jaldhaka, only 107 km from Siliguri, Bindu is the last hamlet of West Bengal. It is a valley encircled with hills of Bhutan and India.

Place to see
:: Bindu Dam :: Cardamom Curing Centre :: Godak Village :: Gyalbo Hills ::
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Jaldhaka Hydel Project :: Tangta Village ::




















 



Bindu

VIZAG-ARAKU-JAGADALPUR

Visakhapatnam: Visakhapatnam was originally a small fishing village, which is now one of the biggest ports in the country housed in a natural harbour with a picturesque hill resembling a Dolphin. 

Place to see
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Bheemunipatnam Beach :: Ramakrishna Beach :: Rishikonda Beach ::
:: Simachalam :: Kondakarla Bird Sanctuary ::


Araku Valley: The journey to Araku, which is 110 kms. from Visakhapatnam is exciting with the road winding through forests, coffee plantations and cascading springs. 

Place to see
::
Borra Caves :: Tyda Forest ::


Jagdalpur: Jagdalpur, the headquarters of Bastar district of Chattisgarh is one of most beautiful towns of the country with well laid out roads and plantations and a pollution free environment. 

Place to see
::
Danteshwari Temple :: Bastar Palace :: Kutumsar Caves :: Kanger Valley :: 
::
National Park :: Kailash Gufa :: Anthropological Museum :: 
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Chitrakoot Waterfalls ::








SANGLA-KALPA-TABO-KAZA-KELONG



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HARIHAESHWAR-TARKARLI-SINDHUDURG-GANPATIPULE

Harihaeshwar: The town of Harihareshwar is know for its tranquil and picturesque beach. Nearest airport is Mumbai (215kms) and nearest railhead is Mangaon (65kms) on Konkan Rly.

Place to see
:: Kalbhairav Shiva Temple :: Bankot Fort :: Peshwa Smarak ::


Tarkarli
: Situated 6 kms south of Malvan and 546 kms away from Mumbai on the coast of Maharashtra is Tarkarli.

Place to see

:: Sindhudurg Sea Fort :: Padmagarh Fort :: Tarkarli Creek ::


Ganapatipule: It is a seaside resort offering itself as an ancient pilgrim centre bearing a Swayambhoo of Ganapati and a glittering white-sand beach.

Place to see
:: Jaigad beach and Fort :: Velneshwar beach, Temple and Pawas ::
:: Swami Swarupanand's Ashram ::

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BINSAR-CHAKORI-MUNSYARI-PATAL BHUBANESHWAR


Binsar: 32 kms from Almora at an altitude of 2412 meters was the summer capital of the Chand Kings. The whole region is now under the Binsar Sanctuary. On moonlit nights the view of the sparkling snow clad peaks is an exhilarating experience.


Chakori: 112 kms from Pithoragarh at an altitude of 2010 meters is famous for its tea gardens established by the British. 

Place to see
:: Berinag Tea Garden :: Chaukhamba, Trishul, Nanda Devi, Nanda Kot peaks :: :: Dhaulinag, Kalinag, Feninag, Bashukinag, Pinglenag & Harinag Temples ::


Munsyari: 127 kms from Pithoragarh at an altitude of 2135 meters is the centre as well as the gateway to the Johar region. One gets to see Panchchuli from very close quarters. It is the base camp for trekkers going to Milam, Ralam and Namik glaciers.


Patal Bhuvaneshwar
: Situated in the heart of the Kumaon region of Uttaranchal at 1350 meters altitude, 100 km from Raniket via Almora and 105 kms via Kausani. It is here the reality of Indian mythology comes to life. Nearest railheads are Tanakpur (164kms), Kathgodam (210kms).

Place to see
::
Maha Kali Temple at Gangolihat :: Chaukori :: Kotmanya ::

Patal Bhuvaneshwar











 

 

 

 



Binsar

KORAPUT-JEYPORE-MACHHLONDA



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