Rajasthan in 11 nights – 12 days

Rajasthan in 11 nights – 12 days

Rajasthan, The Land of Rajputs, is India’s largest state by area. Rajsthan is one of the most popular tourist destinations in india, for both domestic and international tourist. The palaces of Jaipur, lakes of Udaipur, and desert forts of Jodhpur, Bikaner & Jaisalmer are few among the most preferred destinations in Rajasthan. So, here you will get a budget friendly standard 11 nights 12 days plan (Jaipur to Jaipur) of Rajasthan consisting most of the major tourist attractions. In this plan you will get Palaces, Lakes, Deserts, Forts, Jungle and last but not the least Hill station. I always try to make a plan where maximum variety can be covered. In one hand we had stayed in hot desert (though in night it is as cold as in hill station) and on the other hand we had gone to the highest point of the Aravalli range, a hill station. Itinerary: Day 1 : Jaipur : You journey will start from Jaipur, the Pink City. First day, take some rest in your hotel after Check-in. In the evening you can go to the RTDC office to arrange the next day sightseeing. Night stay at hotel. Address of RTDC Registered office in Jaipur Paryatan Bhawan, 3rd Floor, Opposite Vidhayak Puri Police Station, M.I. Road, Jaipur- 302001 Contact No. : 0141-2371141, 2371142 E-Mail: croho@rtdc.in Day 2 : Jaipur Sightseeing : After having your breakfast, start for Jaipur City tour. In the first half you can visit Birla Mandir, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, City Palace. After that you can go to Nahargarh Fort and there you can have your lunch. In the second half you can visit...
Tawang Travel Guide

Tawang Travel Guide

Tawang: Tawang is a beautiful town situated between the border of Bhutan and China (China occupied Tibet). This beautiful town is surrounded by high hills, the glimpses view of Tawang Monastery can be seen all over the town. Tawang Local Sightseeing:   Tawang Monastery: This is the largest monastery of India and 2nd second largest monastery in the world after the Potala Palace in Lasha, Tibet. This monastery is the collage of 17 gompas and 65 residential building. In Tibetan Tawang monastery is known as Golden Namgey Lhatse, which translate to Celestial Paradise in a clear night. It was founded in 1680-1681. Distance: 3km from Taxi Stand. Ideal for: Family trip, Nature lover and Backpackers.               Urgelling Gompa: This is the birth place of sixth Dalai Lama. This place is totally quite and deserted. The building has only stupas inside. Evidence of miraculous deeds and performance attributed to Tsangyang Gyastso (Sixth Dalai Lama) can be seen here even today. Distance: 5km from Taxi Stand. Ideal for: Family trip, Nature lover and Backpackers.   Tawang War Memorial: This 40 feet high memorial is dedicated to the martyrs of the 1962 Sino-Indian war. This memorial locally referred to as the ‘Namgyal Chorten’ has names of 2420 dead soldiers’ written in golden coloured on 32 black granite plaques. This scenic location ensures that the tourists get a chance to soak in the pristine nature while admiring the deeds of Indian soldiers. There is a space for amphitheatre, where light and sounds show performed every evening. Inside the war memorial one army personal describes the strategy of...
Chilipam Travel Guide

Chilipam Travel Guide

Chillipam Monastery: This is the only monastery built by Chinese architect. So the Chinese architecture reflects throughout the monastery. The beautiful Chillipam monastery is on a hillock near to Rupa town. One has to take deviation from Rupa to go upwards the hill to reach this picturesque hillock. The view of monastery during sunset time is a treat for eyes. The hide and seek of clouds will amaze any of the nature lovers. Many travellers trends to skip Chillipam considering they are visiting Tawang Monastery but the natural beauty of this monastery is unbeatable.                       Rout to take: Visit Tenga on the way to Bomdila from Bhalukpong. Just after Tenga market towards Bomdila,there is a bridge towards Roopa. Take left and follow the rout to Roopa valley and then ask people for the road towards Chillipam, they will guide you. There is only one road going upwards to the Chillipam,no diversion is there. Special Note: Search Sangngang Choekhor Dargyeling Monastery in google map, rest let the map to direct you towards Chillipam. There is no staying option at Chilipam, one can stay at nearby town Bomdila. Advertisement   Related Posts:    Bhalukpong Travel Guide Bomdila Travel Guide Tawang Travel Guide Chilipam travel Guide...
Bhalukpong Travel Guide

Bhalukpong Travel Guide

Bhalukpong: Bhalukpong is the entrance of West Arunachal Pradesh. It lies on the border of Assam and Arunachal. This is a beautiful town surrounding by hills and forests. This is the entrance of West Arunachal Pradesh. Bhalukpong is well connected with Bomdila, Arunachal pradesh and Tezpur, Assam. One may stay one night in bhalukpong and one night at Bomdila on the way to Tawang.  The main attractions of Bhalukpong are: Kameng River: Kameng is one of most beautiful river of Arunachal Pradesh. It flows through the beautiful valley of Bhalukpong, the most interesting matter of this river is that just after crossing the border of Arunachal it enters in Asaam and people called it Jiabhorli instead of Kameng. Distance: 1k.m from check post. Ideal for: Nature lover, family trip, picnic, camping , adventure love What to do:  Stroll beside the river, enjoy flowing river, One may put his camp here but only after proper permission from competent authority. 2.Tippi orchid research centre: This is the home of over 450 species of Orchids. One will be overwhelmed by the variety and the colour of the Orchids. Distance: 6k.m from check post. Ideal for: Nature lover, family trip. What to do:  Stroll in and around the park. One may note down the name of Orchids. 3. Pakke Tiger Reserve (PTR) : Pakke Tiger Reserve is also known as Pakhui Wildlife Sanctuary and Pakhui Tiger Reserve, is a lesser known wild life sanctuary in India. This lies in Eastern Himalaya. This is also known for its amazing sighting of famous resident hornbill species. Distance: 12k.m from check post. Ideal for: Nature lover, day trip, bird watching....
North Sikkim Travel Guide

North Sikkim Travel Guide

North Sikkim Travel Guide- A comprehensive information on North Sikkim Northern part of Sikkim is a very popular travel destination among tourists. This barren land is popular for its breathtaking view. Though many people called it ‘Small Ladakh’ but literally this place is beautiful to its own virginity. The main attraction of North Sikkim is based on Gurudongmar Lake(the holy lake),Yumthung Valley(Valley of flower of Sikkim), Zero Point(snow zone). Generally this place is appropriate for 2night/3 days trip but you may add more days depending the places you like to visit. What to see on the way: Tintek Waterfall: A beautiful waterfall on the way. This huge waterfall is coming down through three steps. You can have a superb view from top the view point. Distance : 30km from Gangtok What you will get here:  You will get Tea, biscuits and simple breakfast from nearby shops. There is a pay and use toilet. Seven sister Waterfall: In earlier day it was a must visit place on the way to North Sikkim. Now a days the road id bifurcated just near to Gangtok and one go through Seven sister and other through Tintek. Due to bad condition of the road people are avoiding the road which goes through seven sister. This is also a beautiful waterfall. In 2008 when I went Sikkim for the first time I was amazed by this waterfall then it was flowing through seven steps but after tragic earthquake of 2012 it changes its path and flowing only through three steps. Distance : 32km from Gangtok What you will get here:  You will get Tea, biscuits and...
Andaman Travel Guide

Andaman Travel Guide

Andaman Travel Guide Facts about Islands where tourists can visit List of Place of Interest First steps to Planning itinerary Planning the itinerary To avail tour operator services or not Suggested Itineraries Important Places of interest with details How to reach Port Blair Permit Suggestions Comprehensive schedule of ferries between Port Blair, Havelock and Neil Some useful links Facts about Islands where tourists can visit Havelcok Island – Havlock is the most popular and developed island.  Staying option: Guest Houses, Hotels (Both Govt. and Pvt.) Popular Beaches: Beach number #1 to #7(Radhanagar Beach) Accessibility: This Island is accessible by ferry from Port Blair. Note: Motorbike is available on rent. Ideal for: Family trip, Sunset Watching, Water sports, Honeymoon couple.   Neil Island – Second most developed after Havelock, Staying option: Guest Houses Popular Beaches: Beach number #1 to #7(Radhanagar Beach) Accessibility: This Island is accessible by ferry from Port Blair. Ideal for: Family trip, Sunset Watching, Water sports, Honeymoon couple, Hangout Long Island –An unexplored Island. Staying option: Guest Houses, Hotels (Both Govt. and Pvt.) Popular Beaches: Lalaji Bay and Guiter Island(Nearby Island) Accessibility: This Island is accessible by ferry from Port Blair(regular basis), Havlock, Rangat. Note: No car, auto, bus is available. Ideal for: Family trip, Nature lovers, Water sports, Honeymoon couples, Hangout, Camping. Little Andaman – This Island was devastated by the tsunami. Staying option: Guest Houses (Pvt.) Popular Beaches: Netaji Nagar, Accessibility: This Island is accessible by ferry from Port Blair Note: No car, auto, bus is available. Ideal for: Family trip, Nature lovers, Water sports, Honeymoon couples, Hangout, Camping. Others : Some islands are off-limits or...