Andaman & Nicobar Islands: diving & relaxing

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Andaman & Nicobar Islands: diving & relaxing

Andaman & Nicobar is a group of islands, which cover an area of around 8000 sq kms. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are among the union territory of Indian republic. Earlier, these were had the base of multiple groups of indigenous tribes, however, later the British used them as a penal colony. Despite getting a bad name during the British colonial time, the Andaman and Nicobar Islands tourism has been a popular option for both Indians and foreign tourists. Thanks to the clean and serene white sandy beaches which come along with sparkling blue waters. (more…)

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Culture, Nature and Heritage of Sri Lanka

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Culture and heritage of Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is an island country in the south Asia having rich cultural heritage spanning to an area of 2500 years, which had come along with its own culture and cultures from other nations (India) as well. The country was set up as per the ancient Kingdoms of Sri Lanka with several cultural influxes from neighbouring nation as well, which together shapes up the cultural heritage of this country. One of the striking features of making this country rich in terms of culture and heritage is the presence of the philosophy called Buddhism. Let’s peep into the rich culture and heritage of Sri Lanka as under:     (more…)

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Tibet – On the Roof of The World

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Tibet- On the Top/Roof of The World

Tibet is one of the autonomous regions of China. And as you enter this region, you get a feeling as if you have entered into a different world all together. This is because it is one of the youngest and highest plateaus in the world; hence it is called as the Roof Of the World or the Third Pole. Tibet plateau is also known for having lush green and picturesque places close to Mother Nature apart from being the spiritual place for having a number of popular monasteries. It is also a region for beautiful lakes and rivers apart from the high mountains perfect for your trekking events. Let’s dig in deep to get the real beauty of this region so that you may feel motivated for a Tibet trip as under: (more…)

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Know more about the wildlife sanctuaries in India

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Know more about the wildlife sanctuaries in India

India is the home to 515 wildlife sanctuaries out which 48 are managed by the Tiger Project and are extremely significant as India’s tiger reserves. Several of these wildlife sanctuaries have also been declared as ‘bird sanctuaries’ and houses some of the rarest birds’ one will ever notice in the entire world. These national parks are extremely important in maintaining the healthy habitat of the animals and for the prevention of poaching. The tiger reserve which is a direct effort of the government for the protection of the tigers has lead to an increase of 30% in the number of tigers in the country. Some of the most important and toured wildlife sanctuaries in India are: (more…)

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