With the highest percentage of the Himalayas, the highest mountain range in the world, India has incredibly coolest destinations to relax in the summer. Under the white blanket of snow, the icy breeze of the mountain seasons attracts everyone. Most mountain resorts in India remain cool throughout the year but there are few that are labeled as colder mountain resorts where you can enjoy the summer holidays. One thing is
Jantar Mantar is a major tourist attraction and monument located in Jaipur, Rajasthan. It is the largest observatory in the world and a heritage site as well. It has the largest stone sundial in the world. This observatory is nearby to Hawa Mahal and the City Palace. Jantar Mantar is famous for its collection of astronomical instruments made from brass and stone. Many design principles are explained in Sanskrit texts.
Jaipur is known as The Pink City. Some people even refer to it as The Paris of India because of many of its sights, colors, and energy. There are countless things to do and see in Jaipur including visiting luxurious palaces, historical forts, and massive museums. 1. Elephant Safari at Amber Taking an elephant ride at the Amber Palace is one of those enchanting experiences that no one would want
Rajasthan is a significant part of Incredible India; fascinating tourists with diverse and scenic beauty, palatial palaces embellished with gems and intricate carvings and powerful forts, exhibiting the feats of the Rajput clan. When in Rajasthan, you need to visit these seven incredible places of the state to experience the true greatness of the Indian monarchy. 1. The Pink City – Jaipur The capital of Rajasthan, Jaipur is also called
In Rajasthan, on one of the largest extensions of the protected Indian wasteland, you will find the Ranthambore National Park, home to the beloved tigers of India. Head with twins and your camera at the first hour of the morning for the Ranthambore National Park safari in an open top jeep with a local guide. The park is a wonderful showcase for many of the national symbols of India: The