Shimla – Everyone’s favourite and first choice when it comes to a hillstation

The hill station is named after a Hindu Goddess, ‘Shyamala Devi’, an incarnation of Kali. Shimla is also well known for its Toy Train i.e. Kalka-Shimla railway line which attracts many visitors to enjoy the joy ride. Budget: Rs.3500 (off season) and Rs.6000 (peak season) per head including food, sightseeing, night stay, transport Best Season […]

South Goa – ‘The land of alluring beaches’

South Goa is one among the two districts of Goa state. Bounded by Karnataka, North Goa and Arabian Sea, this region has many entrancing beaches, churches, museums, temples and of course adventure sports. Budget: Rs.2700 per head including food, sightseeing, night stay, transport Points of Interest Colva Located at about 9 kms west of Margao […]

Chittorgarh – Witness the history of corageous beauty, commendable glory and spectacular valor

Chittorgarh is located in southern part of Rajasthan. The city is named after Chittor Fort, which is considered as one of the largest forts in India. Gambhiri and Berach river pass through this historic city. Best time to visit: October to March is the best time to visit here. As summers are very dry and […]

Howrah Bridge, Kolkata

Kolkata – A place which has something for all age groups!

Kolkata, an exotic city of West Bengal, located on the east bank of Hooghly river has its own historic significance. Let’s us tour it together: Points of Interest:   Howrah Bridge –  Located just adjacent to Howrah Railway station is the iconic structure of Kolkata. It connects Howrah to Kolkata. The bridge was opened in […]