I visited Gandikota a few weeks ago and ever since I have been bombarded with queries. Never before have I been asked so many questions about a destination. Without beating around the bush, I will straight away get to the details, to help you plan a trip to Gandikota- popularly called The Great Canyon of India, and places nearby, which currently is one of the most sought after weekend getaways.
Vanakkam! Having heard a lot about Kurumba Village Resort for all these years, it was time for us to get a first-hand experience. The place is named after the Kurumbas, a forgotten tribe who co-existed happily with nature in the Nilgiris.
When I got an invite from TGI Kairos Resort to visit their property in Yelagiri, I absolutely had no reason to decline it. Wonder why? Firstly because it was a hill station just 160 kilometers from Bangalore and then I was getting to stay in one of the best resorts there. Yes, you can say I was lucky.
Holiday Home Resort in Kodaikanal is not just any other resort. It was earlier a British military barrack where the men in uniforms were stationed here to escape the heat of the plains. The property was then bought over from the British in 1947 and has been a resort for many decades now. Read more
Holidays are not always meant to be in cities, mountains or beaches. The Wonderla Resort just outside Bangalore with Wonderla Amusement Park or rather amazement park, as they call it, right in its backyard could be your next holiday destination. By the end of this article you would definitely agree with me that staying onsite comes with a ton of benefits.
Who wouldn’t have heard about Taj Mahal? It’s a universally admired masterpiece and a must see place for everyone visiting India. This post is written to help you prepare for your trip to Taj Mahal which got 100 million votes in the poll to join the New Seven Wonders of the World. That’s quite a lot in numbers. Isn’t it!!!!
Little did I know about the beauty of this state, I realized, as I set my eyes down from the window of the plane. It looked nothing less than a slice of paradise. After landing in Srinagar, I traveled across Kashmir by road for two weeks covering Srinagar, Kargil, Leh, Nubra Valley and finally crossing the border to enter Himachal Pradesh. It was the longest I have been on road and believe me, when I tell you without a slightest doubt that Kashmir is the most beautiful state in India.