Today Bandhavgarh, in Madhya Pradesh, India, has the highest density of tigers in the world making it just the best tourism destination. Bandhavgarh National Park is one place where you certain of seeing a tiger in its natural habitat. It is in this valley where white tiger was found.
Certainly the best jungle resort in India is GTV Resort, which is the best with a lot of facilities. Spread in the land of the Royal Baghela Destiny, TALA KOTHAR, TALUKA-BANDHAVGARH, RULED BY THE LATE RULERS OF THE REWA STATE , the resort offers excellent lawns surroundings with beautiful gardens and bamboo's.
The accommodation have a attached toilet of international sanitation standard with 24 hours hot & cold water ( Wood fired geysers), beds having curl on (Sponge) cushion in length as long as per international standards. Gracious hospitality and efficient services goes at GTV Resort. The interiors are done with a royal comfort.Today Bandhavgarh, in Madhya Pradesh, India, has the highest density of tigers in the world making it just the best tourism destination. Bandhavgarh National Park is one place where you certain of seeing a tiger in its natural habitat. It is in this valley where white tiger was found.
Certainly the best jungle resort in India is GTV Resort, which is the best with a lot of facilities. Spread in the land of the Royal Baghela Destiny, TALA KOTHAR, TALUKA-BANDHAVGARH, RULED BY THE LATE RULERS OF THE REWA STATE , the resort offers excellent lawns.
1 hr drive starting from the Palm Beach Road which entered the Mumbai Pune express way and then through the old Mumbai Pune Road to reach a place called Shedung. We were in for a pleasant surprise when we reached Zoia Resorts. A quite romantic place with abundance of green canopy and with a Pool which is at the foot of Sahayadri Mountains.One could not have asked for a better place to unwind for the Dewali days. Mornings were spend lazing around the pool and thereafter with beer for company in the shady lawns.This resort covers an area of 6 acres. The place is at a tribal village and surrounded by forest on one side and cultivated lands on the other side.I went for a trekking on the mountains but had to retreat half way. Still I enjoyed the treck.Next time I promised that I shall climb the entire hight to reach a small temple on the top.Restaurant was classy but food was just OK.Rooms were clean and spacious overlooking the scenic mountains.On the whole it was a nice experiance.
I think people visit goa to see only temple ,sea beach ,church ,good food ,fenny but real Goa lies in wild life ,There are 4 to 5 wild life santuaries which I am sure if you spend a night will never be forgotten 1.Cotigao wild Sanc,86 sq km , canacona(south goa--from margao 30 km towards paolem sae beach,one of the lovely beach in GOA _)--Asstt conservator of forest ,panaji 0832-2229701 ,or ccf 0832-2224747--for booking of cottage Rs 400 to 500 2.Bhagwan mahavir sanc ,240 sq.km,molem (from Ponda 20 km ),nearby Dudhsagar water falls --room Rs 500 to 800 ,0832-2612238 /2612319, mob no--09822130330 3.Bondla wild Sanc --20sq. km (from Usgaonkar ,south Goa 10 km --booking CCF-0832-2224747 /2229701/2610022 4.Netravali wild life sanc extreme south of goa --21 sq.km -- You can find easily big python,King cobra,leopard ,wild bores and varieties of birds and never forget to hire local guide and finally during rain and winter it is one of the most enchanting ,unforgettable experience in life --email@example.com
We were 5 friends being for Amarnath Yatra. We started our journey by taking Go-Airline flight from mumbai airport .Which was at 6.00 am .We reached at Srinagar airport via Jammu at 10.30am .We took cab from outside Srinagar airport to belgaum .It took 4 hours to reach at belgaun .Road was surrounded by Greenary and Hills .We can see our soldier were present at every 10 feet of distance .To protect us .by 3.pm we reached at belgaun .We took night halt.2nd day we got up at 4.am and took cab for chandanwadi .By 7am we reached at spot .There gate which open by 7.30 am after inspecting all roads .At 7.45 am get opened for us .AT that spot we saw beautiful valley surrounded by glaciers and waterfall .After an hour we got down where we saw first Langaar where stall was occupied by full variety of foods .We started climbing for Pitstop .we reached around 12.45pm .where we got 2nd langaar .After that we started moving towards sheshnag .On the we saw really beauty of himalayas surrounded with ice and grass.It is true that heaven is situated in ranges of himalaya .You can see real beauty of nature without any pollutions .Climate is cool and uncertain .On the we can see huge mob by saying JAI BHOLE .Many of them use PHALKI or ride on HORSE back .You can find all ages of people .At 5pm we reached at sheshnag .We took tent which cost 140 rs per head ,At this spot we can find lack of Oxygen in the atmoshpere and climate is uncertain .At night we had food at langaar which was delicious and
1. Take "Chello Kabab" at Peter Cat restaurant on park-street. 2. Take "Fish Kobiraji" at Mitra Cafe near Shovabazar-Sutanuti metro-station. Near that Metro-station, you'd also find a meat-vending shop from the WB govt (Banaja) - where you'll find fowl, Koel, Rabbit meat. 3. Take "Roti-Kasa mangsho" at Golbari shop, at the Shyambazar 5-point. 4. For good and affordable drinks and food together, go to Magnolia on Park street. 3.
The stories of kalapani and Andoman cellular jails really fascinated me for a long time. It was in March this year I visited along with my friend. Landing in Port Blair, I found it oven-hot and hotter than Chennai. Having gone there we had to stay back. Lodged near the Sea shore, hardly we could get breeze and even the evening walks along the coast did not get the desired coolness. May be we went at the wrong time. The visits to three Islands was equally pathetic. There was no arrangement no shelter in these islands for the tourists. We could just visit these places and come back to the boat. These islands were equally hot and coral reef island, full of coral reefs visible to naked eye may be the only satisfaction. Even that Island was hot. We could chill it by just staying in cool waters. The Port Blair is a town famous for the Cellular jail in which the political prisoners were held. The visit in the hot summer was not a pleasant one but reminded us the suffering of our freedom fighters. We could not stand the heat for half an hour and it was amazing as to how these freedom fighters stayed there braving the heat and torture for years till their release. Some died unable to withstand the torture and the rest who could brave, lived to see the indpendence of India. My heart goes to them, as in the evening the light and sound show reminded us about the fate of these prisoners. We were moved by the stories narrated to us the torture and hanging of the innocent freedom fighters.