Visit Andaman & Nicobar – a Different Planet!

by GoDisha

 Posted on Thu Aug, 25 2016 12:39

Discover the virgin islands of the Andaman & Nicobar, India’s best-kept secret, untouched & unsoiled. With crystal clear blue waters, world-class beaches, incredible coral reefs, lush green mangroves and an unspeakable history, these emerald islands are India’s equivalent to holiday destinations like Maldives, Mauritius, and Phuket etc. Port Blair can be reached by air or sea only from Chennai, Kolkata and Vishakhapatnam. By air it takes around 2 hours and by sea it is a 3 to 4 day cruise and is not advisable. The moment you set foot on this virgin land, you are greeted by its exquisite beauty and the refreshing smells of the Sea. The Andaman & Nicobar Islands is a group of over 572 nearly Deserted Islets (small islands) in the Bay of Bengal, south –east of Read More

Best places to visit in Kerala

by GoDisha

 Posted on Fri Jul, 8 2016 16:10

Kerala is an undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist destinations on earth, and it has something to offer all year round. Kerala is a state of south India on the Malabar Coast. The Nature loving Kerala Tour takes you through the cloudy mountains with its laid – back beach scene; experience the cruising across the beautiful backwaters in houseboats & mild backwaters. Kerala's beaches, backwaters, lakes, mountain ranges, waterfalls, cultural arts, traditional boat racing, Ayurvedic massages, unique dances and folklore, wildlife sanctuaries are major attractions for both domestic and international tourists. Munnar Munnar is a one of the most famous hill station situated in the Idukki district of the southwestern Indian state of Kerala. Munnar is a romantic desti Read More

Ethereal Beauty Of Sahyadris, Sharavathi


 Posted on Thu Sep, 24 2015 13:25

It depends pretty much on your timing when you plan to visit the Natural wonders of india; whether it would be a coral reef in lakshdweep or a shola forest, nilgiri. If you are on the way to plan; “the wild wonderland of sahyadris, the highest plunge-fall in India, the Jog falls” is the perfect tourist destination. Majorly a river, Sharavati originates at a place called Ambutheertha, flows westwards and it joins the Arabian Sea at Honnavar. This place holds its importance in Hindu Mythology, it is said that during the Ramayana it was here that Lord Ram broke the bow to win the hand of Sita. Watch nature’s beauty unwind as Sharavati plummets from a dizzying height creating the Jog Falls. One can witness nature’s headlong tumble, in four Read More