Indian places

with an International touch


Coorg is nestled in the Western Ghats and boasts misty hills, sprawling coffee plantations, and enchanting waterfalls. Its uncanny resemblance to the Scottish highlands has earned it the title "Scotland of India."

The Scotland of India

Nainital Lake

With its emerald lake surrounded by rolling hills, Nainital mirrors the picturesque beauty of England's Lake District. The tranquil waters and colonial architecture transport you to the English countryside while in the heart of Uttarakhand.

India's Own England's Lake District


Auli, a pristine skiing destination in the Garhwal Himalayas, offers snow-laden landscapes reminiscent of Alaska. Its panoramic views of towering peaks and alpine forests make it a winter wonderland waiting to be explored.

The Alaska of India

Valley of Flowers, Uttarakhand

The Valley of Flowers is a UNESCO World Heritage site in the high Himalayas. This vibrant meadow, blooming with diverse flora, is India's counterpart to the Antelope Valley in the USA. A trek here is a journey through nature's canvas.

India's Antelope Valley

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Malarikkal Water Lilies, Kerala

Malarikkal in Kerala is a serene backwater destination adorned with vibrant water lilies. Its beauty is reminiscent of Thailand's Nong Han Kumphawapi Lake. Glide through the waters and witness nature's spectacle.

India's Nong Han Kumphawapi Lake

The Thar Desert in Jaisalmer

The Thar Desert, with its endless dunes and mesmerizing sunsets, offers a landscape akin to the Sahara. Experience camel safaris, folk music, and the rich culture of Rajasthan in this golden expanse.

India's Sahara

Kumbhalgarh Fort of Rajasthan

With its 36 km long wall, Kumbhalgarh Fort is often compared to the Great Wall of China. This UNESCO World Heritage site, set against the backdrop of the Aravalli Range, symbolizes Rajputana valor and architectural brilliance.

India's Great Wall

Chitrakoot Falls, Chhattisgarh

Chitrakoot Falls, often called the 'Niagara Falls of India,' cascades gracefully in Chhattisgarh. Surrounded by dense forests and rich biodiversity, it's a haven for nature lovers and photographers alike.

India's Niagara

Jal Mahal in Jaipur

Floating amidst the Man Sagar Lake, Jal Mahal is an architectural marvel. Its reflection on the tranquil waters evokes images of Lithuania's Trakai Castle. A blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture, it's a testament to Jaipur's royal legacy.

India's Answer to Trakai Castle of Lithuania

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