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Thursday, April 2, 2020

Visit to Lakshadeep

"Blue Sea and Unspoiled Beaches"

Lakshadweep Tourism

Literally meaning a 'hundred thousand islands', Lakshadweep has few of the most beautiful and exotic islands and beaches of India.
Lakshadweep is typically accessed from Kochi (Kerala) and a permit is required to visit Lakshadweep for all tourists (including Indians). After permit, Indians are permitted to visit all islands, however, even after permit, foreigners are permitted to just visit Agatti, Bangaram and Kadmat Islands. Permits can be obtained from Kochi itself.

The smallest Union Territory of India, 'Lakshadweep' is a group of beautiful islands, located some 400 km off India's west coast into the Arabian Sea. However, there are only 36 islands having a total area of 32 sq. kilometers. It's made up of 12 atolls, 3 reefs and 5 submerged banks. Ten Islands are inhabited.

Perhaps the charm of Lakshadweep islands lies in their remoteness. Far off the beaten track, they attract no hordes of merrymakers to their shores. The islands, though all equally mystical and beautiful, each offers a unique blend of tourist spots. Some islands have been promoted for diving and water sports, still, others have been developed so that people enjoy the charm of relaxation.

HOW TO REACHED IN LAKHSDWEEP


Lakshadweep can be reached via water and air only. It lies about 400 Km away from the Western coast of India in the Arabian Sea.
ALSO BY FLIGHT 
The Union Territory has an airport in Aggati, which is connected to the Kochi Airport only.
Nearest Airport: Agatti Island (Lakshadweep) - 180 kms from Lakshadweep
Best time for travel
Lakshadweep faces tropical type of climate. In summers, the temperature of Lakshadweep ranges between 22degreesC to 35degreesC. Lakshadweep Islands faces summer during March to May among which April and May are the hottest months. So, it is better to avoid these months for visiting Lakshadweep.

Winters of Lakshadweep Islands are not so cold but are relaxing and pleasant. Temperature during winters ranges between 20degreesC to 32degreesC. Winters in Lakshadweep falls during December to February. Lakshadweep also faces the Monsoon season but it goes through very irregular heavy rainfalls.The most common feature that can be seen in Lakshadweep is strong gust of winds arising from the Sea. If you want to take full pleasure of visiting these marvelous Islands then make up your mind to pack your bags for a memorable visit to Lakshadweep during festivals like Id-ul-fitr in October, Onam in August or September and Bakrid in March. These are the most important festivals celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm in Lakshadweep. Therefore, the best and ideal time to visit this awesome destination is during the months from October to April. But, loads and loads of tourists from all over the world can be seen here in between the month November to March and top of the all, August is the most favorite one. 

1.Minicoy Island 




Minicoy Island, Lakshadweep Overview

One of the 36 small islets of Lakshadweep group of Islands, Minicoy, also known as Maliku in the local language is one of the best-kept secrets of India. It is located amidst the vast expanse of Arabian Sea, just 398 km or 215 nautical miles from the shores of Cochin. The small island encompasses the total area of 4.801 sq. km and is exclusively known for its vibrant coral reefs, quaint white-sand beaches and the fresh water of the infinite ocean.
The Minicoy Island is the second largest Island of the Lakshadweep and is one of the few inhabited islands of the group. It is best known for its luxury beach resorts that are an ideal destination for the travellers seeking tranquillity. It is also a romantic getaway to spend some quality time with your beloved amidst the clean beaches and the beautiful ocean. A trip to Minicoy Island is not about visiting the tourist places; it is about seeking the beauty of nature in its purest and most undisturbed form, as the island hasn't been spoiled by the commercialisation yet.

For the best experience, you should undoubtedly choose to stay at the luxurious beach resorts overlooking the pearl white beaches and the turquoise blue sea. This picturesque destination is a popular tourist spot and has gained immense popularity due to activities like tuna canning, tuna fishing and the presence of pristine palm fringed beaches. Tourists can enjoy some of the most memorable moments here during winters and the onset of summer, as the weather here is ideal during those months.
2.Kavaratti



Kavaratti Islands, 

Kavaratti Island is one of the most beautiful gems from the Lakshadweep group of islands. The capital of Lakshadweep it is yet another island famous for its splendid sea views and the pristine white-sand beaches. Kavaratti lies 360 km from the shores of Kochi. It doesn't have its airport and Agatti is the nearest airport to the island. Under the mission to develop smart cities, Kavaratti has been chosen to be developed into a smart city in the years to come.
Kavaratti is a small island spread across an area of 3.93 sqm km, but there is no dearth of natural beauty at the islands. The island is a home to 12 atolls, five submerged banks, and three coral reefs. The spectacular views of the Arabian sea, the sparkling white-sand beaches offers solace amidst the tranquil nature.

The beaches are laden with the swinging coconut trees, and once you take a dip inside the vast expanse, you can witness the abundant marine life of the island. Kavaratti is best known for its beautiful sceneries and the enthralling water sports.

3.Marine Museum;


Marine museum



Marine museum is located in Kavaratti Island of Lakshadweep and is not only famous for mere display but is quite alluring for displaying many informative artifacts related to marine life. This museum was established in 1983 and the main motto of its foundation was to preserve and promote the marine products. Tourists can enjoy this museum by seeing wonderful and rare species of water animals, sea fishes and even different type of marine flora also. You can also find here good collection of different species of invertebrates also. In short, Marine Museum is a real charm of a trip to Kavaratti Island.


4.MOHIYUDEEN MOSQUE;

     

       MOHIYUDEEN MOSQUE

Mohiyudeen Mosque is the prime attraction of Lakshadweep and is situated in the Agatti Island of Lakshadweep. The breathtaking architectural style of the magnificent mosque is just similar to that of the Malabar temple of 16th century and its tombstones are also finely carved. The most fascinating feature of this mosque is that it is without any minarets which are rarely found. This, Mohiyudeen mosque is one of the heart captivating attraction of Agatti Island and is very popular religious site. This mosque is not less than an archeological delight for the visitors from all over the world.

5. Bangaram Island,







Bangaram Island, a breathtaking island located in the clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean, is a beautiful tiny island in the Union Territory of Lakshadweep, India. The pristine beaches and vibrant coral reefs are a treat for travellers. Walk around the entire island, swim with the colourful fishes, watch how the sting rays sway, check out the dolphins as they move closer to become friends with you, notice the turtles move leisurely either on the beach or under water and observe the bright colours of the coral reefs around. It's an experience never to be missed. This enchanting island is also known as Bunnagara in the local language and is considered as one of the least explored parts of  Lakshadweep Islands.
The Bangaram Island encompasses an area of 1.234 km2 and is the largest island in the chain of islands in the region (also known as atoll) with a beautiful lagoon. With a population of only 10 and just one beach resort, The Bangaram Island Beach Resort, it is an apt destination for people who want to disconnect entirely from the fast-paced world. The beach resort was inaugurated in 1974, and it became more accessible for tourists after the Agatti Aerodrome was commissioned and the frequency of commercial flights from Kochi increased. The Government of India is also promoting tourism on the Island and is projecting it to be a major destination for international tourism.

The people who reside on the Island are the ones that work at the resort that is open for travellers. The small area and less population give a sense of being on a private island. The sunrises and sunsets are a treat to the eyes by the sparkling beach, and a range of activities to indulge in makes the stay worthwhile, but even if you choose only to laze around, the serene beach of Bangaram Island should be on your bucket list.
weather Info.
27°C
Time required:  1 day 
Entry fees ;No any fee
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6.

Scuba Diving in Lakshadweep




Lakshadweep is one of an ideal destination for scuba diving which offers some really mesmerizing views. Agatti, Bangaram and Kadmat are the three islands offering a perfect setting for the activity.
Each dive center has attached resorts catering to the needs of beginners as well as those interested in CMAS and PADI courses by certified divers. Each island is enriched with diverse variety of tropical fishes, vibrant corals and other creatures like turtles, rays, coral sharks giving you an unforgettable experience for life
Weather ;27 °C

Time required ; 7_ 10 days 
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7.

Kalpeni Island;






Also known as Koefaini, Kalpeni islands is a group of three islands and is one of the most picturesque areas of Lakshadweep. Cheriyam, Pitti and Tillakkam are the islands which together forms the Kalpeni islands.
These islands are inhabited and are frequently visited by tourists. Kalpeni is famous for its beautiful lagoon surrounding the island and is highly rich in Coral life. Naturally, this place is among the must-see places in Lakshadweep. This is also a great spot to enjoy water sports including Scuba Diving, Snorkeling, Reef walking, canoeing, kayaking and sailing yachts.

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8.

Kadmat Island




Sprawling over 9.3 kms in length, Kadmat Island is a gorgeous island which is part of the Amindivi subgroup of islands in the Lakshadweep archipelago. Boasting of silvery white beaches, sunkissed shores, wonderful blue lagoons, azure blue waters, and vibrant coral reefs, Kadmat Island is a travellers' delight.
The picturesque island is infested with marine turtles which live and breed here. Other than that, the island just has one inhabited village called Kadmat where fishing is the major occupation. Kadmat Island offers a host of activities to its guests which is why it is thronged by thousands of tourists every year. Some of the most popular activities and things to do on the island are scuba diving, kayaking, snorkelling and paragliding. Besides, you can also just sit and sun soak and admire the resplendent surroundings. You can also choose to avail some of the many amazing spa and massage services available here.
Weather ; 27°C
Timing; 9am to 3pm
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9.

City Shopping;




The quaint little islets of Lakshadweep which are miles away from the modernity offers an exotic beach holiday. The markets of the island aren't much developed, and there are very few things that you can take back home as Lakshadweep souvenirs.
In fact, most of the islands of Lakshadweep are inhabitants and hence with no mark of concrete edifices at all. However, being a beach destination, you can collect a lot of beach handicrafts, and since fishing is the main occupation of the islanders, there are a lot of fish products that you can take back home.
Weather ;27°C
Time required ; less than 1hour
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10.

Yacht Cruise



Lakshadweep Islands are a perfect destination to go on a luxury Yacht Cruise. Sailing amidst indigo blue waters and divine white sands, the experience is going to be a memorable one and is sure to stay with you for a long time. You might also be able to spot exotic fish and turtles while you are out there. Besides giving you the bliss of thrill and adventure, this is one of the most pristine things to do in Lakshadweep.

Weather ;27°C

Time required ; 1day 

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11. 

  Parasailing;



Parasailing is one of the most thrilling activities that you can enjoy at several places in Lakshadweep. You are set sail in the air through steam and jet boats and the experience is going to be like no place else. Besides, enjoying a 360 degree bird's eye view of the sand and the sea, parasailing above the clear waters will give you a high adrenaline rush and an experience that you will surely never forget.

weather ; 27°C

time required ; 2 -4 hour's 


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Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Visit to Tripura

"Amazing Tripura"

Tripura, India

Rich in gorgeous landscapes, crystalline waterfalls, awe-inspiring mountains, dense forests, and a generous sprinkling of history and tradition, Tripura is a popular tourist destination situated in North-East India. This land-locked state nestled at the foot of the Himalayan mountains has a long historical legacy behind it; Tripura was once home to the famous Manikya tribe, which resulted in the conception of a plethora of varied archaeological monuments and structures in the state, all of which attest to the rich cultural and traditional past of Tripura. The state exhibits a unique blend of traditional tribal culture with a little more modern Bengali culture, giving rise to a harmonious cultural ambience that you will not find anywhere else in the country. Tripura is more than just its breathtaking beauty; it is an illustration of a long and varied legacy of history and tradition, thus promising you a holiday you won?t forget anytime soon.
Rich in art and culture, the land of nineteen tribes, Tripura is situated in the lush green hills and blessed with natural beauty and picturesque locations which attract tourists from all over the world. The religious festivals, colourful costumes, artistic cane and bamboo products, multi-linguistic people and delicious food, memorable sightseeing, adventurous trekking and lively shopping experience- There is nothing that Tripura lacks and will regenerate and rejuvenate your soul and spirit.

BEST TIME FOR TRAVEL
Like all North-Eastern state, the climate in Tripura throughout the year is relatively humid yet cooler than the mainland temperature. Because of the uneven terrain, the climate in each region and city varies considerably depending on the altitude. Overall, winter is the best season to visit this state since the temperature is pleasant and ideal for sightseeing in the towns and to witness the beautiful natural wonders. It is best to avoid the monsoon since this state receives heavy rainfall and may result in loss of road connectivity leaving tourists stranded. The heavy rainfall and high humidity also prevent any outdoor activity.


1.Agartala.





Agartala Tourism

Home to the Manikya Kings in the past, Agartala is the perfect mix of natural beauty combined with diverse and rich culture.
Agartala is not just all flowers and valleys but also has a cultural richness with the diversity of people that stay here along with the historical and religious monuments. The capital of Tripura manages to create its culture and personality out of the coming together of stories of all those who reside here and give it a hue of their own culture. The most developed city in the state, it is still a far cry from the metros and hence maintains the best of both worlds.


2.Unakoti


Unakoti Tourism

A prime tourist spot in Tripura Unakoti is an ancient pilgrimage centre, attracting tourists and devotees from far and wide.
Unakoti is where India's heritage stores its carvings and sculptures of gods and goddesses. For such a storehouse of religious and spiritual importance, it is only justified that the place also be the house to lush green flora and full of natural beauty. Many of the rock carvings here depict the life of Lord Shiva as well as other instances from the Hindu Mythology. Sculptures of the Nandi Bull, Lord Ram , Lord Ganesha , Lord Hanuman and Lord Ganpati can also be seen here Unakoti also makes a good place for hiking, trekking and other activities given the terrain and the natural offerings of the area.

3. Kailashahar Tourism

A well liked tourist town near AGARTALA , Kailashahar was once the capital of Tripuran kingdom and evidence of its royal history can be still seen here.
It is a town which gets a major part of it identity from a royal and significant past, the tints of which can still be seen around the town. Kailashahar is not only famous for its temples but is also as a popular trekking destination. The 16 tea estates are also a must see. The other attractions of the area includeUnakoti, Rangauti, 14 Deities Temple and more.




Places for visit in kalashahar,

Lakhi Narayan Bari,

Chouddo Devotar Mandir

Tea Estates

Unokotiswara Kal Bhairava


weather 27°C
ideal duration ; 1 day
best time ; oct- jun

4.

Rudrasagar Lake, 

Located in the Melaghar block in Sipahijala district of Tripura, Rudrasagar is a picturesque lake that has lately been recognised as one of the wetlands of national importance for the conservation of resources and their sustainable use, by the Government of India’s Ministry of Environment and Forest. Also known as Rudijala, three rivers named Noacherra, Kemrali Cherra and Durlavnaraya form the lake. Boasting of utter serenity and tranquility, the lake is a popular tourist spot in the region. The highlight of the lake is also the magnificent Neermahal which is situated at the north-east bank of the lake. Built in 1930, the palace exudes timeless charm.



weather ; 26°C
time duration ; 1 - 2 hrs

5.

Ambassa, 

Located in the youngest district in the state of Tripura in Dhalai, Ambassa is a quiet little town mainly popular for its several temples and pleasant surroundings. Initially a hilly area, which was covered in dense woods, the forests were cleared to create the district only recently in 1995. Boasting of picturesque surroundings and ample of natural resources, the town has not only become a popular tourist spot but also has earned fame for being extremely resourceful. Another important thing about Ambassa is that it is inhabited by tribes which mainly live on houses built on platforms. Other residents have mostly migrated from India and Bangladesh.




weather ; 25°C
duration ; 1 day

Visit to Chhattisgarh

Chhattisgarh, India

Chattisgarh, renowned for its scenic diversity and its cultural and traditional history, is slowly growing into one of India?s most popular holiday destinations. The oldest tribes of India dwell here, some of them for almost 10,000 years. A blend of culture, arts and religion of the local and tribal people, Chattisgarh exhibits the instance of ancient India. Still in its nascent stage though, Chhattisgarh is one of those off-the-beaten-track tourist spots in India that are slowly gaining more popularity through word-of-mouth. Home to plenty of gushing waterfalls, ancient temples and monuments, dense forests, a veritable sprinkling of flora and fauna, and a culture that is still reminiscent of the age-old history and traditions of the state, Chhattisgarh has everything you could be looking for in an ideal tourist spot where you can make memories that will last you a lifetime.
Many of the caves and monuments present in Chattisgarh depict the sheer talent once possessed by the local architects and artisans. The lush green forests are idle sites for tourists to indulge in trekking and safaris and to absorb the ambience of various plant and animal species. The greenery and the waterfalls among the hilly regions of the state is a scene all admire. The Kailash cave located into the thick woods around Tiratgarh waterfalls is evidence of Chattisgarh's history.
1.Jagdalpur

Jagdalpur Tourism

Jagdalpur is a beautiful and naturally bountiful city in the Bastar district of Chhattisgarh and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state after Raipur and Bhilai. It is well connected to the state capital and to other nearby cities and is relatively unknown among tourists outside the state.
Jagdalpur has a rich history of political activism and has developed a very rich culture over time. Today, it is most famous for the monuments and palaces in the city as well as the natural wonders like lakes, waterfalls and forests that are still untouched by tourist activity. Jagdalpur so one of the emerging destinations that is being aggressively promoted by the state tourism department and so all the necessary facilities are available to the tourists through the efforts of the government. It is also well connected to Raipur, the state capital and other cities in the region. If you want to explore the rich cultural traditions and history of Chhattisgarh but don't want to be disturbed by the crowds of Raipur, Jagdalpur is the perfect place for you.
2.Raipur


Raipur Tourism

The capital of Chhattisgarh, Raipur is the largest city in the state. With more than hundreds of steel mills and six steel plants, Raipur is also one of the largest industrial centres of the country. Besides steel, it is also home to the aluminium and coal industries. A primary business and industrial hub, Raipur is even fast emerging in the tourism sector, attracting tourists from across the world. The city is known for its temples, lakes, factories, educational centres as well as the development of Naya Raipur. Naya Raipur is a newly planned city and is about 17km away from the current town. The Swami Vivekananda Airport lies in between Raipur and Naya Raipur facilitating travel.
Raipur has a rich history and until 2000 was a part of Madhya Pradesh. After the formation of the new state of Chhattisgarh, Raipur was made its capital, primarily because of its centralised location. Located in the centre of the plains that are also called the ‘rice bowl of India’, Raipur is surrounded by the districts of Durg and Bemetara. The city is a bustling capital city with a multicultural and multi-religious society. With many festivals, shopping outlets and city landscapes Raipur is also an excellent base for venturing into the surrounding attractions. These include the Barnawapara Wildlife Sanctuary, Dandak Caves, Bilaspur, Chitrakoot Falls, Amarkantak, Bhilai, Kanha National Park and the Sitanadi Wildlife Sanctuary.

Visit Raipur to explore its various natural, wildlife and historical tourist attractions. Chhattisgarh is mostly a forested region. Raipur understands the importance of maintaining its ecological balance, and there is a government proposal under works to construct a micro-forest in the heart of the city. Raipur is also about its various festivals, such as Hareli, Champaran Mela, Pola and Teeja that are celebrated during monsoons. And no city in India is complete without a taste of its unique flavours. Raipur is no different offering its many fascinating cuisines and street food that are an integral part of the city’s cultural and social layout.