10 Reasons Why Ladakh should be on your bucket list in 2021
10 Reasons Why Ladakh should be on your bucket list in 2021

10 Reasons Why Ladakh should be on your bucket list in 2021

Majestic beauty, beguiling meadows, imposing mountains, swift rivers, lots of adventure, serene lakes, and what not? There are a plethora of reasons to plan a trip to Ladakh right now! Break the monotony of city life and get ready to explore the wonders of Ladakh, the ‘Land of High Passes’. Ladakh is a paradise for any kind of traveler and a treasure trove for anybody who really wants to soak in the charm of this wonderland. Here are 10 top reasons why you should visit Ladakh.

Ooty- Quick Guide to the Queen of Hill Stations
Ooty- Quick Guide to the Queen of Hill Stations

Ooty- Quick Guide to the Queen of Hill Stations

Ooty, also known as Udhagamandalam is the Queen of hill stations. It is the capital of the Nilgiris district of Tamil Nadu and one of the most popular tourist resorts in India. Nilgiris means the Blue Mountains. It is a land of picturesque picnic spots which used to be popular summer and weekend getaway for the Britishers during the colonial days. It is situated at an altitude of 2,240 meters above sea level. With cool temperatures all through the year, it’s inviting set amidst verdant green hills has rightfully earned Ooty the moniker, ‘Queen of the Hills’. Quaint bungalows and heritage buildings reflect Ooty’s colonial past and make it an ever-growing and popular holiday destination in southern India.

Orchha- The Hidden Rustic Charm of India
Orchha- The Hidden Rustic Charm of India

Orchha- The Hidden Rustic Charm of India

Orchha is a charming village on the banks of river Betwa, a prominent river system in the Bundelkhand region. Bundelkhand is the region that lies in the central most part of India, occupying the southern region of UP and the northern region of MP. Roughly 400 km from Delhi, the village served as the capital of Bundelkhand between the 16th and 18th centuries. The rulers were a clan of Rajputs friendly with the Mughal emperor Jahangir. Though distinctly Rajput in style, their architecture was also heavily influenced by the Mughals.