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The Rann of Kutch, also known as the Great Rann of Kutch (there's a Little Rann of Kutchas...

Known as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Kochi was an important spice trading centre on the west...

The golden burning peaks of snow clad Panchchulli range, Hansling Peak, Trishul Peaks, some...

A small sparkling village located in Bankura district of West Bengal. In Bengali, Jhilimili...

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Trekking Destination

Munsiyari

The golden burning peaks of snow clad Panchchulli range, Hansling Peak, Trishul Peaks, some peaks of Nandadevi range and Nandakut range and some glaciers spread throughout 360 degree viewing range, the milky white easy flowing Gauriganga river and the surrounding dense forests of Pine and Silver Far - all these make Munsiyari a forget me never type destination in the Himalayas.


Pelling

Loneliness surrounded by lash green valleys, snow capped enormously high peaks of the Himalayas (Kanchenjungha in particular), sparkling bright blue firmament and bright sunshine in windy chilling cold - all it make Pelling  - a forget me never type hamlet in Sikkim.

The town of Pelling is famous for it's magnificent views of the snow-capped mountains of Kanchenjunga and its ranges it has a rich history, nature environment and local culture.


Darjeeling

Originally just a cluster of villages that was administered intermittently by Nepal and Sikkim, Darjeeling grew in prominence during the mid 19th century when, because of its climate, the British first established a hill station there after leasing it from the Chogyal of Sikkim and later discovered that the area was particularly well suited for tea plantations. In 1849, the British annexed the area and Darjeeling became a part of British India.