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reasons to visit Rajasthan

Top Places to visit in Rajasthan

  1. Varkala
  2. Thrissur
  3. Idukki
  4. Trivandrum
  5. Kovalam
  6. Thekkady
  7. Wayanad
  8. Kumarakom
  9. Munnar
  10. Alleppey

Rajasthan is a famous state among travelers in India and shares a border with Rajasthan. Apart from famous destinations to travel there are a lot of adventure activities available to do in Rajasthan. The state is famous for forts like an amber fort, Chittorgarh fort Junagarh fort and lots more. If you’re planning to tour Rajasthan in near future then do not forget to contact us for customized tour packages.

Varkala

Varkala is a beautiful coastal area in Kerala and the place is very popular among nature enthusiasts. You must visit Varkala to explore the untouched island and beautiful beaches for better holidays. Varkala is famous for its beautiful beaches and ancient temples. There is everything that a traveler seeks for while traveling to a destination.

Thrissur

Thrissur is the cultural capital of Kerala and is a major tourist attraction in Kerala. There are several waterfalls and forests
that are the perfect places for a picnic. Thrissur is a must to visit the place because the place has so many places to visit that you won’t forget your tour. Do not forget to visit the Vadakkumnathan temple it is one of the ancient temples of India.

Idukki

Idukki is famous among nature lovers and the tourism industry.
At Idukki, various activities are organized for tourists so they can enjoy their holidays. Idukki is a hill station in Kerala and is one of the most visited places in Kerala. One of the best things to do in Idukki is paragliding to have an aerial view of the city.

Trivandrum

There are various places to visit and being in the coastal area there are so many adventure activities to do in Trivandrum. There are numerous museums that you must visit if you want to know about the history of Kerala. Trivandrum is one of the most beautiful places in Kerala, India; the place is built on seven hills and is a perfect blend of nature and spirituality.

Kovalam

Kovalam is a place of beautiful beaches in the coastal area of Kerala. In Kovalam, you can go to the beaches for sunset view and
enjoy various skiing rides. For beach lovers Kovalam is paradise and being situated near three seas there are number of water sports are available. Best time to visit the Kovalam village is in the winter season

Thekkady

Thekkady is situated in western Ghats of Kerala and is popularly known for its spice plantation gardens and hills. The whole city is covered with green hills, waterfalls and beautiful lakes.

Wayanad

Wayanad is situated on the boundary of Kerala ad the whole city is enriched with beautiful green hills, waterfalls and majestic lakes. The climate of Wayanad remains almost cool in the summer season too and in monsoon, the place is none less than heaven.

Kumarakom

Kumarakom is a fascinating city of Kerala and is a perfect blend of rich culture and natural beauty. Tourists have several options to stay in a city such as riverside resorts, house-boats and many hills facing bungalow. There are many activities to try such as exploring wildlife sanctuary.

Munnar

Munnar is a place of beautiful hills, tea plantation, and waterfalls; there are many activities which you can take part in to make your holidays mesmerizing.

Alleppey

Alleppey is a hub of activities and being on the coastal area it offers some of the beautiful sunsets. No holiday is complete if you are not participating in an activity to make your holiday special and memorable.

Reasons to visit Rajasthan

Being a hub of ancient forts built with unique architecture and a lot of activities for tourists the place is perfect to visit. It is recommended that you must visit the state in the winter season because the summer the climate becomes humid and the temperature rises up to 45 degrees.