When I decided to visit India, I haven’t imagined that this trip would make such a great impression on me. Actually, I am a lover of natural sights and I always prefer to visit mountains, lakes, rivers and oceans to crowded cities. This time I would like to tell you about such a rememberable place as Kerala Backwaters.
This time I have decided to visit Jaipur once more. A “Pink City”, how people call it in India, as it was built of an unusual pink stone. Jaipur is a capital of a Rajasthan state, which is a motherland of a group of the Rajput martial clans that were controlling this part of India during more than 1000 years.
If there was a paradise on the Earth, it would be India. This marvellous country continues to impress me by its endless quantity of relics, museums, monuments and so on. This time I’ve examined Indian rich culture and history visiting the Fort St. George.
It is so hard for me to imagine this life without travelling, without an incredible feeling of the unity with the whole world. So, making lots of trips, recently, India has become my choice. I would love everyone to feel what I felt the moment when I got to the City Palace in Udaipur.
It’s no secret that India is abundant in a great many of tourist spots that appeal to anyone who is really into travelling. Admittedly, I have itchy feet as well. A couple of months ago I got an opportunity to go to the Ganges. I guess it can justly be called one of the symbols of the country. The Ganges…
Ranthambore National park is one of the places I have always wanted to visit. Luckily, recently, I got an opportunity to go there. The first thing that impressed me was a large variety of wildlife species.
Admittedly, I have always been really into travelling, and recently, I have taken up an opportunity to go to Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary during my Rajasthan Wildlife Tour. It is a habitat for wildlife species, namely: Tigers, Indian Grey Mongoose, Northern Palm Squirrel, Rate, Common Palm Civet, Indian Hare, Bengal Fox, Spotted Deer, Chital, Wild Boar, Rhesus Monkeys, Langurs and Nilgai.
Needless to say that our planet is abundant in tourist destinations that appeal to millions of travelers. I must admit that I am not an exception since last year I got an opportunity to visit the Holy Shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi. The holy shrine of Mata Vaishno Devi is believed to be in the number of the holiest objects…
When I travelled to Srinagar, the summer capital of Jammu and Kashmir, I had a wonderful opportunity to visit Dal Lake. I must confess that this lake is really the jewel in the crown of Kashmir.