Indian Panorama Travel Blog

India holds up enchanting destinations like the “Golden Triangle” in north and “God’s Own Country” in the south and more to the world from October to March. That’s when the climate remains moderate in most of the places which enables visitors to enjoy better. On the other hand, the country keeps in store, some of […]

by Rosy Rao

There is no doubt Kerala would appeal to all kinds of travellers. Such is the charm and magnetism of this blissful land. With spectacular backwaters of Alleppey, the serene hills of Munnar, the wildlife at Periyar, exotic beaches of Kovalam and Varkala, ancient lively art forms such as Kathakali or Kalaripayettu, the Kerala cuisine and […]

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Tamilnadu in India is well known for its ancient temples which are no less than architectural gems, to say the least. It is home to more than 33000 temples. YES! You heard me right, 33000 temples which earned this state its label the “Land of Temples”. Out of these many temples, more than half of […]

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We all have heard that saying, “Why guys should have all the fun?” Exactly, and it seems the ladies have taken it pretty seriously. The number of solo women travellers flying to India has increased manifold in the recent years. Women these days are not restricting themselves to travel alone and love to explore various […]

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Tucked away amidst the lush green hills of Western Ghats in Tamilnadu, 20 kms away from the Kodaikanal town, is this small yet peaceful village named Poombarai. During my recent visit to Kodai, I spend 2 nights visiting all the usual sightseeing spots in Kodaikanal, but to be honest, I did not feel the Kodaikanal […]

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This small village in Kodaikanal just 5 kms away from the town, is a hit among the nature lovers. Vattakkanal or locally known as “Vatta” is not in the radar of the usual herd of travellers who mostly visit the common sightseeing places in Kodaikanal such as the Coaker’s Walk, the Pillar Rocks, the Guna […]

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What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you think of Munnar? Hills of course, then? Perhaps honeymoon? Rite, for sure. Then? Adventure? No? Well! Munnar has emerged as a first choice for the adventure travellers who visit Kerala. The spectacular hills, sprawling tea plantations and the shimmering waterfalls, all of it […]

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With adventure tourism gaining fame at a rapid pace, India is all set to welcome the adrenaline craving adventure travellers from all across the globe. The Indian Ministry of Tourism on behalf of the Adventure tour operators of India [ATOAI] has declared the year 2018 as the year of Adventure Tourism. The aim is to […]

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Visakhapatnam or Vizag is the second largest city in the state of Andhra Pradesh. Though it was not very popular among the travellers a decade ago, this port city is slowly gaining fame among International travellers as well. The exotic beaches here such as the Ramakrishna Beach and the Rushikonda Beach are becoming favourites among […]

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Rajasthan is probably the most famous Indian destination among all the far-flung visitors who made it to the wonderland we call “India”. When we think of this land of Maharajas the first things which flash through our minds are the camels and the desert. However, that is just not it. There is a lot more […]

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