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The top 4 destinations of India Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kerala


´╗┐India remains an all time favourite holiday haunt for millions around the globe. After all, only a few destinations offer such a potpourri of charms at spends next to nothing. Be it the glamour overdose of Mumbai or beach delights of Kerala - India has it all. Unsurprisingly, the incomparable Indian charms tempt even the most discerning globe trotters. Each and every part of this heavenly nation leaves one pleasingly stunned with unique charms, be it the tranquil temples, sun-kissed beaches or the state-of-arts airports. The Indian international airports stun even the first time visitors as a grand architectural marvel. The country brims with a wide array of futuristic international airports serving millions of tourists taking cheap flights to India. Here is just a smattering of some of most favourite travel gateways. Delhi One of the ancient cities in the world, Delhi is an ethnical conundrum. This thriving Indian capital offers a rare encounter of beauty morphed with architectural ingenuity at every nook and cranny. The city is dotted with a curious blend of the modern and traditional sky scrappers, verdant parks, treened avenues, glittering shops and roadside wanderers. Indira Gandhi International Airport Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) is an important gateway to India for tourists taking cheap flights to India. This state-of-the-art international airport is widely known for its two non-parallel runways. The busiest Indian airports, Indira Gandhi International Airport offers numerous international airlines flying at regular intervals around the major cities of the Globe. Mumbai Mumbai, the entertainment capital of India, evokes a sense of megalomania in terms glamour, fashion and attractions. Everything in Mumbai bewitches the visitors with a delightful dilemma. Mumbaiterally dictates fashion trends throughout the country. It is certainly impossible to take in the essence of a cultural and entertainment caldronke Mumbai in a single trip. Chattrapathi Shivaji Airport The major International airport based in Mumbai is the Chattrapathi Shivaji Airport. This futuristic international airport is one of the most favourite Indian gateways for tourists taking flights to India. The airport is amazingly dotted with bank counters, hotel booking counters, eateries, exchange booths and pre-paid taxis booths. The lounges are efficiently equipped for duty-free shopping and lavish dinning. Bangalore IT city, Garden city, epithets fall short when one starts to describe the grandeur of Bangalore. This bountiful city offers plethora of tourist charms to spoil its visitors. Over the years, Bangalore has become a perfect haunt for the night owls with its amazing party culture and pulsating night scene. This spic and span cosmopolitan is amazingly safe for tourists willing to immerse in great revelries. Endless excitement is certainly never too far away, if you are in Bangalore. Bengaluru International Airport Bengaluru International Airport, 'HAL Airport' is the one of the major getaways that serves multiplicity of airlines offering international flights to India. This airport offers fully air conditioned passenger terminal, the domestic and international departure lounges. This airport abounds scores of the retail outlets and has been designed for ease of operation and minimum maintenance. Kerala Rightly called the Gods own country, Kerala offers serene beaches, meandering backwaters, scenic waterfalls, go-getting festivals, captivating woods and a dramatic insight to rural India. The amazing Kerela spa's offer stupendous ayurvedic treatments and relaxing yoga sessions to de-stress even the most jaded of all tourists. Trivandrum International Airport Trivandrum International Airport is the preferred gateway for those buying tickets for a lavish leisurely tour to the 'Gods own country'. Located just outside the city and in the close proximity to the heavenly Kovalam beach, this bustling airport caters to numerous international and national flights and over a thousand passengers' everyday. Aston Morgan is a travel consultant and advisor for cheap flights and travel package deals from UK. His hobbies are Travelling, Writing, Biking and Snooker. He is interested in writing on travelling and flights to India, Singapore, Mauritius, Hong Kong, Seychelles, Bali and other global destinations. He is currently associated with His blog: .

Top Five Adventure Activities in Ladakh


´╗┐Nestled in the glory of snow capped mountains, Ladakh has some challenging terrains to conquer. Trekking in Ladakh is definitely not the most comfortable experience since the dwindling topography is forever changing. There is much to resign to and that's exactly where all the enthusiasm should kick in. Here is ast of the Top Five Adventure Activities to undertake if you've planned a visit to Ladakh. 1. Trekking: There is a wide range of treks you can choose from. It's really a matter of picking and choosing in Ladakh. The degree of difficulty, the duration, the weather and the trail are indicators against which one could decide which trek to commence. The Zanskar and Nubra Valley are particularly great experiences of trekking in Ladakh. The Nubra experience is particularly enriching since it reasons out why Ladakh is called a Cold Desert. From Sand Dunes to Camels to Hot Springs, one can witness it all. One could also chart out a trek from one monastery to another. The best months to embark upon treks are between June and September. But if you would love to go on trekking in winter months, there are other destinations for trekking in India, such as Kerala or regions around Bangalore which offer a brilliant experience. 2. Jeep Safari: If you're not a fan of taking long strides for prolonged durations, you could book a jeep safari. The vehicles take on the rugged terrain of the Himalayan region with equal strength and the beautyning all ascends in Ladakh is really something one should not miss. There are Jeep Safaris available for the Nubra Valley, the Zankskar Valley, the Rupsho Valley and the Spiti Valley. There are a number of temples and monasteries en route. And some of the best trips are to the obscure, yet famous lakes in the eastern pockets of Ladakh. 3. Mountaineering: Some of the most famous peaks in Ladakh are that of The Stok-khangri Massif Mt. Nun (7135m), and Mt. Kun (7077m). There are more peaks around Leh such as Kantak, Konglacha and a few others. All these make for excellent climbing experiences. However, climbers do require special permits to conquer the Karakoram peaks which fall in restricted areas. The best time is definitely during the summer months of May and June, extending up to October. 4. Bike Riding: Traversing a mixture of treacherous terrains and pristine tarmac through some of the highest passes in the world, bike riding in Ladakh could be a maniacal experience. The wind in your face is particularly refreshing. There is also a sense of unparalleled freedom whilst on those bikes. The experience is rewarding because of the unpredictability of the terrain. Royal Enfield organizes a tour of Ladakh every year where all necessary logistics are taken care of. One can also join bike clubs in their own cities. Some exceptional rides are Ladakh-Pangong, Ladakh-Khardungla and Nubra and Ladakh-Darcha-Sarchu (while exiting Ladakh). 5. White Water Rafting: The Indus has some indecisive rapids which make rafting a thrilling experience in Ladakh. The rapids are generally of I and II grades and at some places, has grade III to even V rapids. The popular rafting points are from Phey to Nimo or Upshi to Nimo. Alchi and Khaltsey is specifically defiant and is something that experienced rafters must try. There are also quieter and less active lengths pass through Thiskey and Shey villages and end just short of the main city. Ladakh could be the perfect backdrop to your team building activities, leadership programs etc. If you are looking to organize a team outing in Ladakh, or any other destination of India, could come in handy for you. It is an organization dedicated to help companies organize thrilling team building activities such as trekking, rafting etc. in various destinations across India.