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7 Reasons to visit Kodaikanal

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You know that few hill stations are called as the “Queen of the hill stations” but do you know which hill station is called the Princess of hills? Switzerland of the east?
Well, it is none other than the heavenly and hazy, Kodaikanal. Located among imposing granite cliffs, green valleys, tranquil lakes, and gushing waterfalls, it is a treat for your eyes.

With temperatures not soaring beyond 20 degrees in the summer months of May and June, the place is a tourist delight with myriad adventure activities such as boating, trekking, horse riding, and cycling. Here are some of the best places to visit in Kodaikanal that you can explore during a stay of 1 day, 2 days or one week.

1. Green Valley
Starting with a point, the green valley will get you the bird’s eye view of various dams nearby. The sight of the valley is truly bewitching.

2. Kodai Lake
The centrepiece of Kodaikanal, Kodai Lake is often the first point of interest that vacationers visit on their trip to the hill station. The star-shaped stunning manmade water body engulfed by lush green Palani hills is one of the most picturesque sights you will find in all of Tamil Nadu.

3. Dolphin’s Nose
The place gets its name from its appearance which is quite similar to the nose of a dolphin; jutting out from a mountain and offering bird’s-eye views of the marvellous landscape below. Travelling to the attraction is a delight as one can walk through the pristine landscape. Mist acting as a veil adds to the splendour of the sight.

4. Kurinji Andavar Temple
Devoted to Lord Muruga who is also referred to as the ‘God of Hill’, Kurinji Andavar Temple or Kurinji Temple is the centre of spirituality in Kodaikanal. If not for the spiritual or cultural significance of the place, myriad it to admire the traditional South architecture in which the structure was built.

5. Coaker’s Walk
Kodaikanal has been called the princess of the hill stations and a visit to the Coaker’s Walk will tell you why. This walkway of approximately 1 km long, built on the sides of a mountain, is full of impressive views of the surroundings. A stroll along while breathing in the crisp montane air and feasting your eyes on excellent sights will make you forget all the hustles and bustles of life.

6. Silver Cascade Falls
Although several waterfalls are within walking distance of Kodaikanal, Silver Cascade Falls is often the first on the list that tourists visit during vacations. It is the majesty of that perfect relief to convince you to do it. The white water plummeting over 50-meter tall waterfall appears with a silvery hue and the solace and pleasant ambience perhaps justifies its name the Silver Cascade.

7. Bryant Park
The Bryant botanical garden which is famous amongst the tourists for a variety of fauna and hybrids.

A chocolate lovers paradise, Princess of Hill Stations Kodaikanal offers myriad adventure activities like boating, trekking, horse riding, and cycling. The beauty of the place can be best experienced than described.

Kodaikanal travel tips
Take boat trips on Lake Kodai, Lake Berijam or Lake Mannavanur. Walk in the morning to the dolphin’s nose. Enjoy adventure activities, such as camping at night, trekking and horseback riding. And last but not least, capture the beauty of the Nilgiris in your camera.

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Enjoy Mysuru (Mysore) Trip At Its Best With This All-In-One Guide!

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If you are planning a trip through southern India, Mysore, officially known as Mysuru, should not be overlooked on your itinerary. Situated in the state of Karnataka, Mysore is a culturally diverse city with a rich & colourful history. And stories of its royal heritage are sure to excite the imagination of any curious traveller.

Best time to travel Mysore
As such, Mysuru is endowed with a pleasant climate throughout the year. The winters are pleasantly cool and the summers are hot. However, the best weather can be experienced during the period from October to March.

If you have already decided on Mysore for your forthcoming holiday tour, here are the most important 6 places to visit in Mysore, to justify your trip to Mysore.

1. One of the best things to do in Mysore is a visit to the Mysore Palace. It was once the seat of power and residence of Mysore’s royal family. Now open to the public to witness the interiors that are just as colourful and beautiful as the exteriors.

2. An extremely popular thing to do in Mysore with the locals is to climb the stairs to the Chamundeshwari temple. There is no other place as important to the Mysureans as Chamundi Hill.

3. Zoological Gardens of Sri Chamarajendra – Commonly known as Mysore Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the country. It attracts a large number of visitors with its wide variety of flora and fauna.

4. Brindavan Gardens considered one of the best-terraced gardens in the world. Installed on the site of the KRS dam, the garden is famous for its symmetrical design, musical fountains, cascading water channels, to name a few. As the sun sets, the fountains light up and dance to the rhythm of the music, which is an incredible sight. Tourists also enjoy a good boat ride here.

5. St. Philomena’s Church: the huge neo-Gothic church is one of the largest and most majestic churches in India. The incredible floor plan of the church resembles a cross. The twin towers of the 175-foot-tall church are visible from miles away.

6. Shivanasamudra waterfalls- located 85kms away from Mysore is this incredibly beautiful island town that divides the river Cauvery into two falls. Rated among the top 100 waterfalls over the world, these falls offer a spectacular view.

Mysore is famous in the region for many things: high-quality sandalwood, exquisite silk, natural incense, and delicious food. As a result, walking the streets of the city is a show-stopping delight, bursting with colour, aroma, and craftsmanship.

Covering a charming palace, majestic elephants, strengthening local temples and artisans, Mysore transports you to the past, just like watching one of your favourite Disney movies of all time, Aladdin. It’s like a fairy tale come true before your eyes. With this Mysore travel guide, we share our recommendations and experiences to get to know this magical city.

Rajasthan – THE ROYAL PARADISE

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Royal heritage, cultural sites, architectural beauty, desert, wildlife, bazaars and markets, the list is endless when it comes to tourist sites in Rajasthan. In ancient times, known as Rajputana, which means the land of the kings, this state is undoubtedly a true paradise and a delight for those interested in real history and rich culture. In addition to the natural and diverse scenic beauty that the state has to offer, the forts and palaces increase their splendour.

Udaipur, known as the “Venice of the East”, offers an ideal combination of culture, history, and greatness. The forts, along with the palaces and lakes, offer the city a visual definition.

The blue waters surrounded by the green hills of Aravalis lend the correct credentials to Udaipur, for being the “City of the Lakes”.

The imperial city of Udaipur has forts, beautiful palaces, art museums, well-designed gardens, architectural temples, colourful fairs, and festivals. Some of the popular places to visit here include the City Palace, Lake Pichola, Saheliyon Ki Bari, Jag Mahal, Jagdish Temple, Shilpagram, Gulab Bagh Zoo, etc.

Due to its easy access from the main cities of India, Udaipur is a perfect destination for a surreal retreat.

Mount Abu is the best hill station in India and also amongst the top places to visit in Rajasthan. It is located on the top of a granite peak in the magnificent mountain ranges of Aravalli and is covered by green forests. It is known as an oasis in the desert due to several lakes and waterfalls located in the hills.

Mount Abu has a plethora of attractions in the form of temples, lakes, and forts. The temples of Dilwara Jain, the peak of Guru Shikhar, the fort of Achalgarh, the Nakki Lake, the Gaumukh temple and the wildlife sanctuary of Mount Abu are the topmost tourist attraction of Mount Abu.
In addition to temples and the natural landscape, Mount Abu offers abundant adventure activities.

The Golden City of Jaisalmer has an inimitable charm; a simply unmatched charm. It is ethereal, fascinatingly colourful, and delightfully chaotic. The Jaisalmer Fort stands as a reminiscent of the bygone days of Jaipur pride and glory. The grand fort, vibrant bazaars, and opulent Havelis are ever so inviting, that you wouldn’t want to go back to the humdrum of life.

Affectionately called the “city of the sun”, the tourist sites of Jodhpur are rich in cultural heritage. Whether walking through the greatness of the spectacular Fort Mehrangarh, drooling over Mirchi vada and pyaaz ki kachori, or buying mojris and bandhanis, you never get tired of this beautiful blue city.

Stroll through Umaid Bhawan Palace and visit the museum of vintage cars. Experience the life of the town of Jodhpur on a village safari or immerse yourself in the tranquillity of the desert on a camel safari.

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2020 Ooty Travel Guide: More Like A Local & Less Like A Tourist!

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Located in the “Blue Mountains” of Nilgiris, Ootacumund or Ooty, it is more than 2,200 meters, long and has all the basic elements of a charming mountain station. With cold temperatures throughout the year, the cosy atmosphere in the middle of green hills earned Ooty the nickname “Queen of the Hills”. The picturesque bungalows and historic buildings reflect the colonial past of Ooty and make it an increasingly popular holiday destination in South India.

Ooty experiences pleasant weather throughout the year. Its summers are generally cool with a temperature variance of 25 and 10 degrees C. The most ideal time to travel Ooty is between February to May and September to November.

Enduring journeys gets you the ultimate Ooty travel guide that combines the peace and tranquillity of a hill station with the comforts of urban life.

1. Time travel to the bygone colonial era at the Fernhill Palace built-in 1844 over 50 sprawling acres of lush gardens is a restored heritage hotel that exudes the character of the royal palace that it once was.

2. St. Stephen’s Church continues to captivate tourists with its exquisite Gothic-style architecture. The stained glass windows depicting Christ’s crucifixion and a painting of the Last Supper are the masterpieces here.

3. Take a seat by the window on the Nilgiri mountain railway while the toy train crosses tunnels, curves, bridges and beautiful landscapes to reach Ooty in five hours. Covering a 46 km stretch, the views along the trip are spectacular.

4. Enjoy a paddle ride in the stunning waters of Lake Ooty, meandering through the valleys of the Nilgiris. And while browsing, you can admire the stunning views that the hill station has to offer. Visit Emerald Lake, a picturesque picnic spot, offers breath-taking sceneries.

5. Doddabetta Peak is the highest point of South India offers a 360-degree view of the panoramic vistas.

6. Take long walks betwixt pine trees at Pykara Waterfall. Situated 20 kilometres from Ooty, the lake also offers speedboat rides for those seeking adventure.

Here are some quick getaways while in Ooty:

● If you are inquisitive about horticulture, flora, and fauna of Ooty, you can visit its Botanical Garden. Also, Rose Garden in Ooty is the largest rose garden in the country and has over 1900 varieties of roses.

● Coonoor, Kotagiri, and Mudumalai National Park are some of the nearby places you can visit while you are in Ooty.

● Shopping lovers can pick up things like traditional silver trinkets, shawls, aromatic medicinal oils, and local chocolates.

Ooty is a charming refuge for those seeking peace and serenity. The refreshing beauty and the stimulating climate contributed to the perfect escape from the city. A vacation in Ooty is guaranteed to recharge your batteries!

Weekend Getaway Trip to Coorg- experience the rush of Adrenaline!

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Off the stairs of the Western Ghats in Karnataka, you will find Coorg or what some might call, the Scotland of India. The attraction of this radio place lies in the beautiful fusion of history, adventure, joy, and excellent food. Whether you seek an idyllic backdrop for your honeymoon, or you wish to undertake thrilling adventure activities with like-minded enthusiasts, Coorg has a lot to offer to everyone.

Coorg is enchanting throughout the year due to its downright natural beauty. Even if you can visit at any time, Coorg will never really disappoint you, but the best time to visit surely is from October to March. With the monsoons gone and the winters setting in, the days are pleasant and the nights pleasantly fresh.

Coorg is a go-to-place for those who want to experience an adrenaline rush. Coorg has many lush trekking routes amid forests and hills, and it is better to go from October to February. Some of the known trails are located in the hills of Brahmagiri, where you can walk to the Iruppa Falls.

Honnamana Kere in Coorg is a peaceful lake surrounded by greenery all over that fades away the stress of life. This place is popular amongst tourists and honeymoon couples looking to enjoy just the serene atmosphere and each other’s company.

Barapole River is the most prominent river rafting spot. It has wide stretches to speed one’s raft for an immense river rafting experience for adventure lovers.

Besides all the adventure, Coorg has many tourist places and attractions to offer to its visitors.
In the centre of the town is the Madikeri Fort, built in the 19th century and has a small museum.
Raja’s seat is the place that was once visited by many kings to spend their evenings and is famous for its magnificent sunset. The beauty of this place is experienced royally. A great place to witness cascading water is the Abbi falls where you will be welcomed by the greenery and the sound of the waterfall. In terms of local attractions, you can’t miss the coffee and spice plantations located in the city.

A few last-minute Coorg Travel Tips
● A camera is a must and an umbrella can be useful if you don’t enjoy getting wet.
● If you are travelling from Bangalore, you can visit Ranganatittu Bird Sanctuary also as it is on the way.
● It is better to book rooms in Coorg well in advance as the rates spike near long weekends and in the season.
● The monsoon in Coorg is almost perennial. So have rain-friendly gear like water-proof footwear.

Coorg displays an elegant celebration of culture and nature. Enjoy it to the fullest by connecting with us at Enduring Journeys and do check out amazing Coorg tour packages and Karnataka tour packages.

Char Dham – THE HOLY LAND TOUR

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Adorned with traces of rich history, India prides itself on a set of widely spread pilgrimages. Marking the spiritual sources of four sacred rivers, the Char Dhams spread across the state of Uttarakhand is among the most popular pilgrimages in India.

Every year with the great amid chanting of Vedic hymns or mantras, the gates of holy shrines open in the presence of thousands of devotees and for the next six months the doors remain open for every devotee who comes to get the darshan of their idol.

Making a very sacred beginning to the sacred city of Haridwar, where devotees plunge into the mighty Ganges and make a very good move towards Uttarkashi to capture the powerful glimpses of the main river goddesses, Yamunotri and Gangotri. Where the divine idols of these goddesses can be seen in their respective temples in the Gangotri temple and the Yamunotri temple; followed by sacred dives in the rivers. And then the voyage leads to Kedarnath in Rudraprayag district to pay a visit to Lord Shiva’s one of the twelve forms of jyotirlingas. Witness the impeccable natural beauty and spirituality that arise in the air of Kedarnath. The devotees can also find Lord Shiva’s other divine forms at different temples at different locations in the name of Panch Kedar.

Also, the most important visit to Lord Badrinarayan, in the Chamoli district, completes this pilgrimage tour in a more majestic way, where a one-meter statue of Lord Vishnu, made meditatively of Shaligram stone, attracts everyone. The azure of the Badrinath temple overwhelms everyone and inspires people for the good of humanity. Leave early to darshan and have an uncomplicated bid at the Badrinath Temple. Take a dip in Tapt Kund and visit Mata Murty Temple, Bhim Pul, Vyas Gufa, Narad Kund and the nearby village of Mana.

Opening Date for Char Dham Yatra 2020:
The routes to pilgrimage sites of Badrinath Dham will be open from 1 May 2020, Kedarnath Dham, from 28 April 2020, Gangotri and Yamunotri Dham from 26 April 2020.

Char Dham Yatra Route 2020:
Thousands of devotees and tourists visit Char Dham Yatra during the Yatra season between May and November, and traditionally, Chardham Yatra is made from west to east, starting in Yamunotri, then Gangotri and then in Kedarnath and Badrinath. The starting point of Yatra is Haridwar and Rishikesh.

Time to Visit Char Dham Yatra 2020:
The Char Dham Yatra 2020 is available for only six months and it is open from April to Nov 2020 every year and the best time to go char Dham Yatra is during the months from May to October, except the monsoon season.

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Top 4 Travel Destinations in 2020

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With its glorious fusion of traditions, spiritual ethics, festivities, make-up and landscapes, your memories of India will blaze bright long after you’ve left its shores.

This 2020, plan your travel itinerary with Enduring Journeys on where to travel in India. Here are the top 4 places you can visit.

1.SIKKIM
Sikkim, a landlocked state of India nestled in the foothills of the eastern Himalayas. Endowed with distinct beauty, Sikkim is the Himalayan wonderland, favoured with a variety of unspoiled vegetation and valleys, five climatic zones, a tranquil environment, hospitable and humble people and rich cultural heritage, everything is incomparable and difficult to find anywhere else.

2.DARJEELING
The state of Darjeeling is one of the notable destinations for travel enthusiasts simply for the gurgling streams, snowcapped mountains, mesmerizing sunrises, the untouched beauty of the hills, the old-world charm of the past, and the welcoming smiles of the local people.

3.RAJASTHAN
Recognized as the “land of kings” and with a variety of experiences to offer, Rajasthan is the largest Indian state located on the northwest side and is one of the most popular travel destinations in India. Filled with stories of chivalry and romance, also famous for its incredible a desert landscape, its massive forts, its fascinating lakes, and its fabulous palaces, Rajasthan represents India par excellence.

4.KERALA
Popularly known as “God’s Own Country”, Kerala is one of the most sought after travel destinations in the world. This exotic land is known for its rich cultural heritage, it’s tropical climate, its palm-fringed beaches, its misty mountain resorts, its wildlife reserves, it’s charming artistic forms, its great festivals and the serenity of the tides and emerald blue of the sea that promises an unforgettable experience for travellers.

The platform is set, this budget tour 2020 will take you to the way of the divine in the worship places to auspiciously initiate what is about to be a journey indelible from the memory lanes. Followed by what is more than just an inviting tale of nature catching hold of the minds always on distraction spree with this travel guide.

10 Best places to visit in Rajasthan

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Rajasthan, an ethnic and regal state of India, is your home away from home.

From the incredible architecture to the prodigious legends of heroism and romance, the royal forts of Rajasthan, the palaces and other ancient buildings stand strong to tell stories of the past.

Here’s the ultimate travel guide to Rajasthan that you need to plan your ideal trip to Rajasthan.

1.The Historic Citadel — Jaisalmer Fort
Located in the festival city of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer, one must visit this historic citadel to spectate the massive yellow sandstone walls fading to honey-gold as the sun sets, thereby camouflaging the fort in the yellow desert.

2.Vintage Home of Royal Families- The City Palace
This place holds a very special spot in the historic and heritage monuments of Jaipur. One must visit this palace to see the unique blend of Mughal and Rajasthani architecture along with remnants of European design.

3.UNESCO World Heritage Site -The Amber Fort
Enter the capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur and you should not miss a chance to visit this royal castle. Experience the local light and sound shows, enjoy elephant rides, traditional cuisine, and buy local handicrafts at nearby places.

4.The Formidable — Mehrangarh Fort
As a lover of royal forts, you should pay a visit to Mehrangarh Fort, located in the blue city of Rajasthan — Jodhpur. One can rampage through this 125-meter high magnificent fort to get a panoramic view of Jodhpur city, which looks like a blue ocean glittering in front of this high
castle. Some major attractions at this place include Moti Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Phool Mahal, Takht Vilas, and Jhanki Mahal.

5.Keoladeo National Park
The Keoladeo national park located at the “Eastern Gateway to Rajasthan,” Bharatpur is a famous tourist spot as it shelters a wide array of flora and fauna.

6.The Sacred — Pushkar Lake
A pilgrimage of extremely high importance in India, Pushkar Lake must be visited in Rajasthan, not only for its sacred value but also for the serene and mesmerizing beauty of this lake.

7.The Most Serenic and Ancient — Pichola Lake
If you are someone who is looking to experience the local traditions and ancient water bodies, then visiting Pichola lake must be a part of your Rajasthan travel itinerary.

8.The Holy Khwaja Garib Nawaz Dargah
Located at the holiest city of Rajasthan — Ajmer, Garib Nawaj Dargah is famous all over in India as a wish made here with a pure heart gets fulfilled.

9.Sariska National Park
Located in the Aravali hills in an area of 800 sq. Km away, this wildlife century is famous for protecting Royal Bengal Tigers, its diverse topography, and an abundant amount of mineral resources.

10.A True Traveller’s Paradise- Mount Abu
Amidst all the dry deciduous forests, grassland places, and drought-ridden places in Rajasthan, Mount Abu stands tall and high as the only hill station in Rajasthan, making it a dream tourist spot for travellers.
Located at Aravalli Mountain range at the border of Rajasthan and Gujarat, this place is famous for its year-long pleasing and cold weather, natural splendour, and pilgrimage value.

To satisfy your wanderlust, you can plan your dream holiday travel in Rajasthan by subscribing to the most budget-friendly and tailormade Rajasthan tour packages with Enduring Journeys and spend a few days amidst the rich heritage and culture of royal Rajasthan.

6 Essential Kerala Travel Tips For Your Next Trip In 2020

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Kerala, a big state with verdant coastlines, languid backwaters, lush tea gardens, miles of forests, and labyrinths of canals is a sliver of tropical paradise.

Whether you want to savour a quiet cup of tea at Munnar, or simply walk down the glorious palm-fringed beaches of Kovalam, sampling seafood, Kerala has something for everybody! Here are a few travel tips to Kerala:

See:
● Munnar: The hills of Munnar are home to some of the largest tea plantations in southern India. A perfect honeymoon destination in Kerala, Munnar has incredible terrain and breathtaking scenery.
● Alleppey: The ultimate tourist destination, Alleppey has its fair share of some of Kerala’s finest beaches, ‘beach hopping’ is one of the best ways to enjoy the shores here.
● Kovalam: The most famous seaside destination of Kerala, a haven of peace and tranquillity, the idyllic tourist destination in the land of God. Kovalam offers great diversity with the Kovalam beach for all wishes and occasions.

Do:
● No trip to Kerala is complete without a lazy ride on a houseboat wandering through the meandrous backwaters of Alleppey.
● Take a one-and-a-half-hour cruise, organized by the Forest Department and Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC), to spot some wildlife in one of India’s most popular wildlife sanctuaries.
● Savour the past with a dazzling dance performance at the Kathakali Centre.

Eat:
What is Kerala without seafood? While everything from karimeen to lobster here is delicious, don’t leave Kerala without trying the moilee. Kerala Beef Fry with Malabar Porotta, Appam with Stew is the distinctive dishes of Kerala.

When to go:
● October to February: Winter is the best time to travel to Kerala, although tourists abound throughout the year. The temperatures are mild and perfect for beach lovers.
● From March to June: Summers can be very wet in Kerala, but that is another reason to enjoy a swim in the sea! This is off-season, so you can budget travel during the summer.
● From July to September: The monsoons show Kerala in all its splendour and can be a good time to visit Kerala. Nature is par excellence during these two months.

Getting around:
Buses and auto-rickshaw in Kerala have a large network that connects you to all major towns. The ferry is a great way to travel, especially in and around the port area.

What to Pack:
Carry Light cotton clothes if you’re travelling in summer or the monsoons since humidity tends to be very high. Beachwear, of course, and sunblock. Flip-flops for the beach and comfortable shoes for walking around in the city.

Darjeeling In Winters: Riveting Experiences In 2020

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Are you still a little lost where to spend your winter?

Let us tell you why Darjeeling may just be the right place. After all, there must be a reason why it boasts of being The Queen of the Hills of Northeast India.

Darjeeling is peaceful, located in a beautiful area, and a breath of fresh air from other dusty and hectic parts of North India. The Beautiful sceneries of magnificent nature, Darjeeling town tour is famous worldwide for its excellent flavour of the tea. This quaint hill town is a blessed land of profound natural allure that attracts thousands of tourists every year.

The perfect temperature
Darjeeling strikes just the right balance between “It’s not that cold for winter” and “I can’t go out in this cold” with an average temperature range of 2.5-11.5 degrees Celsius. Even though such a temperature range may not support snowfall, you may just get lucky (as many tourists in the past have)!
Winter in Darjeeling comes with a bag full of surprises even Santa can’t beat! Honeymoon couples especially are guaranteed to have an unforgettable time here.

Cultural activities
Like every other mountainous region, winter breathes life and brings alive the cultural festivities that are typical to the area and their culture. This place during winter is adorned by the diversity of events like the Orange Festival, Teesta Tea and the famous Darjeeling Tourism Festival, and, of course, the Christmas celebrations in their full glory.

Beautiful sunrise at tiger hill
Tiger Hill is one of the many hills in the Khangchendzonga range, which has been the only reason why tourists fly in the face of the cold at 4 a.m. to witness the blushful rays of the rising sun festooning the snow-capped pinnacles. The rapid change in the colours of the snow peaks
as the sun rises over the horizon is definitely a great sight. Tiger Hill is a great place to enjoy the serenity and beauty of the Great Himalayas at any time of the day.

The Toy-Train Ride
India boasts of a couple of picturesque toy train rides through the mountains and Darjeeling’s very own renowned Himalayan Railway route is one hell of an experience. It has its share of history with many iconic movies shot in the toy train ride. The cherry on the top is the soul-
satisfying dishes you can try along the way whenever the train makes a halt.

The adrenaline-pumping adventure
If all of this fails to amuse the adventurer in you, Darjeeling’s fair share of treks that offer more than just breathtaking sunrises, picturesque train rides, and delicious local food, surely will. The Sandak Phu-Phalut trek is perfect if you want to stretch your limits and test your endurance.

Enjoy The Beauty of Darjeeling with Enduring Journeys. Have a breath of fresh air and a chance to take peaceful walks and enjoy the incredible scenery. Spend a few relaxing days in this beautiful town and don’t miss out on the attractions listed in this Darjeeling travel guide.

Darjeeling, being the queen of hills, is a perfect honeymoon destination. Hence start packing your bags, and choose Darjeeling Honeymoon Packages and plan a Darjeeling holiday trip to blissful land and affirm the unknown pleasure and thrill of the honeymoon trip.