Munnar - the confluence of the three mountain river systems - Mudrapuzha, Nallathani, Kundala. Situated at 1600m above the sea level this hill station, leaves you with a cold summer sweetness. Completely dotted with lakes, reservoirs, mountains streams, scabrous rocks, wooded valleys, wavy grass hills, this hill station offers a great variety choices at short intervals.
Andaman & Nicobar is a beautiful address to becharm the heart and mind of every visitor. The fascinating array of coral islands, the secluded beaches, the colorful marine lives make it a gem of a destination. The archipelago lies in the Indian Ocean and its southern boundary reaches the Bay of Bengal. The island region also lies in close proximity to Myanmar and Indonesia.
Wayanad is located on the summit of the Deccan Plateau on its southern side with the Western Ghats running through it.Blessed by nature with lush, tropical forests, undulating slopes through which a number of smooth flowing rivers run across and a climate that promises to charm, the serene hill station of Wayanad remains even today uncorrupted by modernity and thus, is generally regarded to be one of the most popular tourist destinations of Kerala. A definite must-visit while on a holiday in Kerala.
Sri Lanka which is just the perfect place for the newly weds to embark on a romantic journey of discovery. A magical combination of history, culture and scenery, Sri Lanka is just heavenly.A sunny climate, verdant landscapes and stunning coastline create a beautiful backdrop for the romantic at heart. With its rich and open culture Sri Lanka is an ideal place to honeymoon among one of the most beautiful settings in the world.
The Mauritius is indeed a garden resting on waters. The island has what it takes and more, to satisfy the whims of sunbathers, beachcombers, sightseers, mountaineers, swimmers, yachtsmen, water-skiers, skin-divers, anglers, big game fishermen, philatelists, punters, golfers, gamblers, all night rovers and ultimate escapers.
The Maldives lie scattered like giant green-and-gold jewels afloat in the Indian Ocean.The Maldives is a giant necklace of 1,192 tiny coral islands with turquoise lagoons, beaches of soft white sand, and an underwater world of breathtaking beauty with untouched coral reefs and rainbow-hued fishes.