Its Kerala and specially Munnar.
Munnar is a town in the Western Ghats mountain range in India’s Kerala state. A hill station and former resort for the British Raj elite, it is surrounded by rolling hills dotted with tea plantations established in the late 19th century. Eravikulam National Park, a habitat for the endangered mountain goat Nilgiri tahr, is home to the Lakkam Waterfalls , hiking trails and 2,695m-tall Anamudi Peak.
Infact entire Kerala is very beautiful.
Himachal predesh in India, it is a heaven on earth.
List to visit places like:
*Manali-Famous Hill Station
*Shimla- The Capital Of Himachal Pradesh
*Dharamsala – The Residence Of Dalai Lama
*Kasauli – The Gateway To Himachal
*Bir Billing – An Adventure-Seeker’s Paradise
*Malana – To Get Your Spirits High
*Dalhousie – Mini Switzerland Of India
*Spiti + Tabo + Kaza – Offbeat Destinations For Avid Travelers
*Kasol – Trek To Your Heart’s Delight
*Khajjiar – A Perfect Family Getaway Awaits
*Mashobra – A Well-kept Secret
*Palampur – Dotted With Tea Gardens
*Kinnaur – Apples And Colorful Ethnicity
*Kufri – The Snowy Retreat
*Chail – The Untouched Gem
Recently I went to Chikmagalur.. Karnataka India. I have been to sunset point and it was mesmerizing place and the
whole scene was like heaven...I love it
Sipadan Island and Semporna Island. The view is otherworldly. If you can excuse the pirates then it is really worthwhile
Disney land - for the 1st time with my children, the wonder in their eyes was worth every penny
various type of hil station and points.
The grand canyon, pictures are great but seeing it in person blew me away.
Sleeping Bear Dunes is awe inspiring and amazingly beautiful. Looking out over lake Michigan from a big sand mountain that is constantly moving really puts things in perspective. I've visited in the summer, fall and winter (I really want to get up there in the spring) and each season changes the experience more than enough to warrant return visits.
Now, it's a lot bigger than I had thought... I spent a full day there, explored less than a quarter of it. It's not something I can encapsulate in words. The place is insane, incredible. The original fortress is still there as well, exposed as an archeological dig, but entirely underground. It's... well, it's insane.
Actually, Paris as a whole didn't dissapoint. Maybe it was because I've heard so many people talk about how it wasn't what they expected so my expectations were lowered. I don't know, all I know is that I love Paris and would go back in a heartbeat.
Sethan village near Manali ...