Indian Tourism

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Hill Stations 

Ooty Sightseeing:

Ooty lake, Dodabetta, Kothagiri, Botanical Garden,
Ooty Dolphin nose, Black thunder and Tea estates.

Udagamandalam, this queen of hill stations otherwise known as Ooty is in the nilagiris mountainranges in tamilanadu,at a height of 2268 meters.Ooty is known for its salubrious climate and scenic beauty.For residents of the south is a delightful place escape from the oppressive summaer heat.

Shimla Sightseeing:

Jakhoo hill, The Ridge, Lakkad bazaar, Tattapani, Kufri, Chail and Pinjore Gardens.


The capital city of Himachal Pradesh and former summer capital of British India,Shimla is the state's most important center.Shimla retains a colnial aura,with its grand old buildings, The mall, packed with shops and eateries, is the center of attaraction, and scandal point, associated with the former maharaja of Patiala's escapades,offers a view of distant Snow-clad peaks.

Kodaikanal sightseeing :

Star shaped lake, Silver Cascade, Coaker's walk, Kurunji andavar kovil, The Pillar rocks and Berijam peak.

Kodaikanal is just the place, for there are opportunities for boating, trekking and long walk in tree covered glades. Pleasant in summer, it is slightly chill in the winter, especially after the sunset. Located at the southern tip of the upper palanimalai hill, thie beautiful hill station is one of the very famous  tourist places in south India.


Munnar  Sightseeing:
Anaimudi, Rajamalai wild life santuary, Idukki wild life santuary, Marayoor sandalwood forest, Mattupetty and Lakes.

Originally built as a comfort station among  the hills by planeters a century ago. Munnar is a destination for people seeking time to relax and recharge their batteries in the serene atmosphere of hills covered with tea plantation. There is a wild life santuary in Eravikulam area and the chinnar santuary,  situated in dist. Idukki. Ideal time to visit munnar is Sept to May.

Hadimbadevi temple, Tibetian monastery, Temple of Vashisht rishi and Rama.

Manali according to legend was born when the waters of the great deluge rededed and the seventh manu's arch came to rest on a hillside on this valley.As the earth dried, there came up a palace of breathtaking beauty which was named after the great sage.Manali's great asset is it's proximity to the snowline, nestling at comfortable 2050 meters.