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Darjeeling, fondly called "Queen of the Hills", provides a perfect gateway for those seeking to be in harmony with nature. A gem of a place which is known for its youthful vibe enhance with modern as well as colonial charm. Beautiful green gardens on the slope of the mountain, fresh crispy wind blow between the dazzling snow covered hills, glistening Mt Kanchenjunga towering over the azure sky, provides a perfect gateway for those seeking to be in harmony with nature. This is the land of the world heritage Darjeeling Himalayan Railway where the century old miniature steam engine still chugs uphill vying for space with the fast disappearing Land Rovers. Darjeeling Zoo is one of the most famous which is internationally recognized for its conservation breeding programmes of Red Panda, Snow Leopards, Tibetan Wolf and other highly endangered animal species of Eastern Himalaya. You will find the magic of six T’s –' Tea, Teak, Tourism, Toy Train, Tiger Hill and Trekkers' paradise.
Bhutan, a Buddhist kingdom on the Himalayas' eastern edge, is a land of monasteries, fortresses, mountains and valleys. Besides the stunning natural scenery, the enduring image of the country for most visitors is the strong sense of culture and tradition that binds the kingdom and clearly distinguishes it from its larger neighbours. In the High Himalayas, peaks such as 7,326m Jomolhari are a destination for serious trekkers. Taktsang Palphug (Tiger's Nest) monastery, a sacred site, clings to cliffs above the forested Paro Valley. Bhutan is the only Vajrayana Buddhist nation in the world, and the profound teachings of this tradition remain well preserved and exert a strong influence in all aspects of life. Due to its pristine environment and harmonious society, the tiny Kingdom of Bhutan has been called "The Last Shangrila."
The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, located in the east of the Indian mainland, float in splendid isolation in the Bay of Bengal. Sparsely-populated beaches that give way to an ocean brimming with interesting marine life and coral gardens are just one of the reasons to visit the beautiful Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Once a hill range extending from Myanmar to Indonesia, these picturesque undulating islands, islets numbering around 556, are covered with dense damp and evergreen forests and endless varieties of exotic flora and fauna. The islands are famous for its serene, white sandy beaches characterized by sparkling blue waters. As many as 280 species and sub-species of birds have been reported existing in these islands, 105 of them being endemic. The Andaman Wood Pigeon, Andaman Padauk and Dugong are declared as State Bird, State Tree and State Animal respectively. There are about 96 Wildlife Sanctuaries, nine National Parks and one Biosphere Reserve in the islands. These islands are blessed with the bounties of both south-west and north-east monsoons.
Roughly shaped like a bird with wings stretching along the length of the Brahmaputra river, Assam is the central state in the North-East Region of India and serves as the gateway to the rest of the Seven Sister States. If you are looking for variety while choosing your holiday destination, Assam could be the perfect spot. Be it the natural scenery or culture of the people of Assam, you are sure to be awed by the variety and colour Assam has to offer. People belonging to various cultures and races live here. The land has people following various faiths. Assam is home for various crafts as well. Meghalaya, a state of dream situated in north-east india. The name Meghalaya means ‘The abode of Clouds’, on visiting the place, you are sure to see for yourself that the land was rightly named thus. Meghalaya was a part of Assam, famous for places like Krem phyllut, Mawsynram, Mawsmai, siju etc. The Meghalaya attractions include mainly the innumerable tourist places that form the backbone of Meghalaya tourism. Some of the major places of interest of Meghalaya are Krem Mawmluh, Krem Phyllut, Mawsynram, Mawsmai and Siju. Mawsynram Cave is well known for the huge formation made up of stalagmite. It looks similar to a 'Shivalinga'. The other name for this cave is Mawjymbuin. An upward trek to the peak of the rock offers one, the magnificent views of valleys, hills, the rivers of Bangladesh and the plain. This view makes the cave popular. At the conclusion we can say Meghalaya with majestic hills, spectacular waterfalls, dense forests and valleys is a heaven to nature lovers.
Ladakh is a place which control its own destiny. The scenic splendour of the soaring mountains and pristine valleys, coupled with the vibrancy of its cultural life, makes Ladakh one of the last undiscovered destinations; an adventure to feed the soul and enrich the senses. The area also has a wide array of trekking routes too. Ladhak is a favorite among adventure sports enthusiasts, offering unique adventures in trekking, mountaineering and white water rafting. Ladhak has a wide area of trekking routes, hence it also known as the paradise for trekker, the trekking options range from short, day-long walks to visit monuments or monastic settlements to long, trans-mountain treks involving weeks of walking and camping in the wilderness. It offers stunning sights to see, incredible adventures to indulge in, local flavours to savour and wonderful memories to take back home. If there is hiking and river rafting opportunities, then there are also some old monasteries to visit. Ladhak celebrates a numbers of monastic festivals - annual events of the major monasteries primarily in winters. One can witness the best samples of the region's performing arts, Archery contests and the Ladhak Polo Cup. At the end, it proves itself an exceptional destination for adventurous travellers.