Travel Tips

Ladakh

Not seeing a thing is not the same as seeing its non-existence.... H.H. The 14th Dalai Lama

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Kaas, Satara

The Kaas plateau is around 22 km from Satara. Near the end of the monsoon season, it puts on display, carpets of flowers of different colours and shades. This makes for acres and acres of great walking trails.

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Tawang

Tawang was brought in to limelight of Indian tourism by Madhuri Dixit Nene because of the movie Koyla. Though the movie was below par, the beauty of Tawang shot during its making soon made it a popular location. But given its distant location, it still doesnt see many tourists.

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Dalhousie

A 2-3 hour taxi tour covers all the sight seeing points that Dalhousie has to offer like Panch Pula, Saat Dhara and Subhash Bowli.The real fun, I feel, is in walking around Dalhousie. The walk from Subhash Chowk to Gandhi Chowk offers some great views.

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Ngong Ping

To get to Ngong Ping, you can take cable car (Ngong Ping 360). This covers a distance of more than 5 km and takes you to the Ngong Ping plateau at the top. The cable car ride is an experience in itself.

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Lonar

Lonar crater was created due to the impact of a meteor hitting the Earth. A huge salt water lake has been formed within the crater. There is a MTDC resort near the crater.

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Khajjiar

Khajjiar, with its green meadows and dense forests is often called mini-switzerland or Switzerland of India. This is one of the major destinations for people going to Dalhousie. But, given the beautiful surroundings, this makes for a good staying option for 2-3 days.

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Dzongu - places of interest

Dzongu, Lingzya Waterfall, Lingdong, Hee Gyathang, Namprikdang, Ruklu-Ringdem, Kayeem, Lingthem, Tingvong, Kusong, Pentong, Sakyong, Keushong.

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Pangong Tso

Pangong Tso

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Nubra Valley

Sumur, Hunder, Diskit Monastery, Nubra Valley, Panamik, Khardung La, Yarab Tso, Hunder Sand Dunes

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