Andaman and Nicobar Islands

A Union Territory of India, Andaman and Nicobar Islands is located in the Bay of Bengal. Andaman and Nicobar comprise 572 small islands and 38 out of them are populated. It has a historical importance in Indian Independence movement and mostly it is famous for the cellular jail which was used to torture Indian activist by the British. But now the entire scenario has changed now both the islands Andaman and Nicobar have been changed to one of the most popular tourist destinations of India.

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Some of the prominent and beautiful places

Port Blair – Capital of Andaman and Nicobar and it has Beautiful beaches, lush forests, and a century-old cellular jail.

Ross Island – A calm and peaceful island. You can see the remains of churches, cemetery and other buildings that were built during British rule in India.
Havelock Island – Beautiful white sand beaches, world-class diving locations.
Chidiya Tapu – A beautiful small villages with spectacular beaches and stunning sunsets.

You will fall in love with this place once you see the stunning sunsets, beautiful white sand beaches, crystal clear world-class diving locations, lush green forest and friendly local people. You can visit Andaman and Nicobar throughout the year normally you will find pleasant climate but humidity is always in the air.

Port Blair, a picturesque town are very much inviting. The waters are crystal clear and have attraction turquoise blue color. Amazingly, some spots are so clear enough to see the coral reefs at the bottom of the sea. It gas world-class scuba diving facility and snorkeling in the beaches of Port Blair.

A century old cellular jail once it served as a colonial prison. During the British rule in India, hundreds of freedom fighters were transported to this remote jail. The cellular jail stands as a symbol of cruelty and popularly known as kala pani.

Dudhsagar Water Falls, Goa

Goa all over the world is famous for church and beaches. There is something different in an atmosphere in Goa. But not many people know about a waterfall which has magical attraction this majestic Dudhagar fall is located in the Sangeum region of Goa, approximately 60 Km from Panji capital of Goa. This is not one waterfall it is a series of four vertical waterfalls. This fall starts its journey from the highest peak of Western Ghats and it has a total height of 310 meters.

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As the name ‘Dudhsagar’ is a Konkani name and in English it means ‘Ocean of milk’. Due to the height and the intensity of the fall, you will see the streams of milk is flowing from the mountains. You can also see this fall when you are passing from South Central rail routes and you will be surely amazed to see the stunning Dudhsagar falls. From Kulem railway station which is near the Mollem National Park, you can enjoy the pleasure while travelling in the train and you will be amazed when you face the gigantic and the most beautiful Dudh Sagar waterfalls. It is altogether a breath-taking experience while crossing an arch shaped bridge and the ocean of milk is flowing on one side.

The best time to face the Dudhsagar waterfall is between June to September during monsoon. You will be delighted once you see the fall in full swing in monsoon season with greenery. You can explore the waterfall along with the railway track. While doing so you can enjoy the dense forest and some of the old architecture of tunnel built by the British. Maybe you may find more exceptional views and scenic beauty which will admire you for years to come.

Kye Gompa Monastery, Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh

Tibetan Buddhist monastery located on top of a hill at an altitude of 4166 meters (13,668 ft) above sea level, close to the Spiti River, the key Monastery is one of the oldest and the biggest monastery in Spiti valley Himachal Pradesh. 11th Century was the founding year the monastery was founded way back in the 11th Century by a famous teacher Dromtön he loved discipline and he was a teacher for that stream. This is one of the primary places for studies and in present scenario and this is a home for 300 Lamas who are engaged in religious studies.

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Key Monastery enjoys the most beautiful scenic beauty and the Spiti valley itself is beautiful and it is situated in the Himalayas the land of God. When you see the Key Monastery image, it seems to be a beautiful imagination of a renowned painter. Because of the location and surrounded by valleys, rivers, glaciers in the background and huge mountains sometimes it feels it is unreal but the in-reality Key Monastery enjoys the natural beauty in every sense and very close to nature.

This is worth to visit the Key Monastery once in a life but be prepared for a breath-taking ride as the road to this destination is filled with full of surprises. You can see natures miracle in shape of rock formation, scenic beauty, green mountains when you are heading to the Spiti valley. The overall atmosphere in the Key Monastery is quiet and very calm. When you get inside of the 3 stored Key Monastery you will find ancient murals, books, weapons and amazing paintings and statue of Gautam Buddha in Dhyana position. Among all the monastery all around the world, you will find one thing in common which is Meditation, Dhyana and lots of literature. Overall it is worth visiting the Key Monastery at Spiti, Himachal Pradesh.

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