Planning a trip in Covid?… these 10 things you must keep in your mind first.

By |2021-03-03T07:30:36+05:30March 3rd, 2021|

In the early days, people were very much affected by this deadly virus (Covid-19). But now that the situation has improved a bit and people have started going out. In such a situation, it is our responsibility to follow the guidelines and safety measurements of Covid.

  1.   Before choosing any Hotel, you must know whether or not they are following Covid Guidelines. Must read the reviews, it can get a lot of help.
  2.   If you are going outside the borders of the state or territory, then before leaving home, you must know what things may be needed.
  3.   Always carry masks, hand sanitizers, and disposable gloves with you.
  4.   If you are traveling on public transport, you have to be more careful and if you have your own vehicle then it is the best option for safe travel.
  5.   Don’t believe on the internet, download your maps for the area you are planning to travel to so that you won’t face any difficulty.
  6.   Check the weather forecast of the area.
  7.   Avoid eating out as much as you can.
  8.   Be careful about hygiene while using the public restroom. Wash your at least for 20 seconds after using the restroom.
  9.   Opt digital transactions instead of cash.
  10.     Maintain social distancing and always keep at least 2 meter distance in a public area.

Want to feel royalty and live like a royal for some days? Must go these places.

By |2021-03-01T12:33:54+05:30March 1st, 2021|

Want to feel royalty and live like a royal for some days? Must go these places.

1. Umaid Bhawan Palace

It is believed that Ummed Singh, the then Maharaja of Jodhpur, started the construction of this palace in the 1920s to provide employment to the famine-stricken people. Now Umaid Singh’s grandson, Gaj Singh, still lives here. Parts of the palace have now been converted into a hotel and museum for visitors.

2. Taj Lake Palace

This Palace was built in 1946 by Maharana Jagat Singh II, the then Prince of Udaipur. When India gained independence, its royal family converted this magnificent palace into a luxury hotel. After that, the Taj Management took the backdoor in their hand and added more rooms. You can enjoy the magnificent views of Pichola Lake by visiting this palace.

3. Taj Falaknuma Palace

It is said that when Mehboob Ali Khan (the sixth Nizam of Hyderabad) was invited by the Nawab Vikar-ul-Umra (the Prime Minister of Hyderabad) to visit Falaknuma Palace. Mehboob Ali liked the palace, then Nawab Vikram wanted to give this palace as a gift to Ali Khan, but Ali Khan refused to take it as a gift and paid some amount in exchange for the palace. After some time the Palace was losing its charm due to poor care. It was then renovated by the Taj Group and in 2010 it became a luxury hotel.

4. Kowdiar Palace

Kowdiar Palace was built by Maharaja Sree Chithira Thirunal in 1934 on the occasion of her sister’s wedding. The royal family still lives in this palace. This palace has 150 rooms and its structure is also very impressive.

5. Laxmi Vilas Palace

The Luxmi Vilas Palace in Vadodara, Gujarat, India, was built by the Gaekwad family. According to the stories, it is also said that the main architect of this palace, Major Charles Mant, hung himself before the palace was built as he believed that this palace will collapse soon. But even after so many years, the strength of the palace remains intact and the Gaekwad family of Baroda still lives in it. In 1930, Maharaja Pratapsinh built a golf course in this palace which was opened for the Visitor after his grandson renovated it in 1990.

6. City Palace

The City Palace of jaipur was built in 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II. This palace is nothing short of a dream for common people. Only a part of the palace is open for the visitors, in the other part the Royal Family still lives.

7. Leh Palace

Located in the Leh district, The Leh Palace was constructed in 1553 by King Sengge Namgyal. The palace was abandoned by the royal family during an invasion in the 19th century. This nine-story palace is now maintained under the Archaeological Survey of India.

 

Hey Travellers! Here is the list of some beautiful places, where you can go with a very low budget and enjoy the winters.

By |2021-01-13T11:53:49+05:30January 13th, 2021|

Winters, means weekend getaways, so if you also want to enjoy winters without spending much, then we have made a list of 7 places where you will not spend much money, but you will be able to enjoy all the winters.

1.Mukteshwar

mukteshwar

This hill station is located in the Nainital district. You will find plenty of places to visit here and at the same time, you will get to see the beauty of the entire Uttarakhand. Kathgodam railway station is nearest to Mukteshwar and if you want to go by air then Pantnagar Airport will be nearest.

2.Sattal

sattal

In Sattal, you will find many options to enjoy such as camping, trekking, kayaking rowing, and paddling. There is seven beautiful luxe in Sattal and this place is the perfect destination for Nature Lover. The nearest airport to Sattal is Pantnagar Airport and the nearest railway station is Kathgodam station.

 

3.Binsar

binsar

Binsar is a very unique place for trekking lovers. This place is 95 km from Nainital. The nearest airport is Pantnagar Airport and the nearest railway station is Kathgodam station and will have to take a drive of 119 km from there.

 

4.Manali

manali-snowfall

Manali is the most preferred place of all travelers, Manali has plenty of places to visit such as Solang Valley, Parvati Valley, and many more. In Manali, you will get to do a lot of adventurous things  like paragliding, rafting, and mountaineering. You must go there if you are die heart adventure lover.

 

5.Auli

Auli is a small but extremely beautiful town in Uttarakhand. Auli has recently become an attraction for tourists. Tourists can enjoy skiing here in Winters. And you can also enjoy the beauty of Uttarakhand at a very low cost.

 

6.Munnar

Munnar

Munnar is a haven for some endangered species, such as Neelakurinji and Nilgiri Tahr. It is at an altitude of 6000 ft in the District of Idukki, in the Western Ghats of Kerala. To explore the beauty of Kerala in Munnar, you can plan a safari ride in Eravikulam National Park, go to Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, and take shikara rides at the Kundala lake.

7.Ooty

Ooty-In-winetr

Ooty is known for its tea, coffee, and spices, to roam in Ooty, you can add the names of these places to your list such as the botanical garden and rose garden, where you will forget the troubles of your life.

You can roam all these places at very economical prices and enjoy the real pleasure of winters.