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Insane Tourism of April

Insane Tourism of April

Bidding farewell to winters in a way is to look forward to exploring the best places to visit in India in April with the onset of summers. As it is a known fact that summers in India have the ability to prick one to the core, here’s a list of best tourist places to visit in April in India where one can relax and enjoy with affordable India tour packages. April is an exciting time to take a vacation as the summer is here. Spring flowers are still blooming in the valleys and meadows.

Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh

Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose was won over by the beauty of Dalhousie, a famous tourist destination in Himachal Pradesh, so much so, that he stayed here for many months in 1937. Today, he has two places named after him – Subhash Baoli and Subhash Chowk. The hill station has the same effect on tourists today, with its waterfalls, rivers making their way through mountains, dense forest trails that run parallel to enormous cliffs with grand views of Dauladhar range in the distance and a couple of churches that were built during the British Raj. Cafes, markest, Mall Road, those are equally convincing reasons to plan a trip to Dalhousie.

Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh

Tourist Attrachtion

  • Dainkund Peak
  • Chamera lake
  • Panchpula
  • Kalatop

Dalhousie Famous for:

Dalhousie is a hill satation in Chamba district. It is named after Lord Dalhousie who established this as a popular summer retreat.

Some of the places which are famous in and around region are :

1) Khajjiar : The town in at a short distance from Dalhousie and is surrounded by deodar and pine trees. Khajjinag temple is also a famous attraction here.

2) Bharmour : At a distance of around 115 Kms from Dalhousie has the only Yam temple in the whole world. Apart from this Mani Mahesh is also a 16 km trek from this place and is counted as a Kailash.

3) Many of the people from Tibet moved to this place. So a lot of architecture represents the Tibet people.

Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh

Dharamshala has emerged as one of the top weekend getaways from Delhi for all the right reasons. There are myriad of top things to do in Dharamshala that engage travelers regardless of their age. Youngsters love to pitch their own tents and stargaze, while the older people find peace and spirituality touring the colorful monasteries and temples.

The scenic grandeur of Dharamshala allures couples, families, and group of friends for a quick, or even extended stay. Paragliding, trekking, and a lot more will keep your holiday in Dharamshala in full swing. Plus there are a number of exciting things to do nearby as well. The list below explores the best activities, both in and around Dharamshala.

Tourist Attraction

  • Tsuglagkhang Complex Dalai Lama Temple
  • Namgyal Monastery
  • Tibet Museum
  • Triund
  • Bhagsunag Falls

Dharamshala Famous For

Dharamshala is a hill station in Himachal Pradesh state of India , it is famous for Tibetean religious and political capital in India and for a beautiful cricket stadium ( HPCA ) .
For a person looking out for a trip to a hilly space in India , it is a really good option for 2 -3 days spend , also there are nearby towns like Manali and Shimla which can be visited . There are peaks to climb , waterfalls to enjoy and lakes to view . In winters there is enough snowfall to play with . There is a dominant Tibetean culture in upper part of Dharamshal ( Meclodganj ) along with a famous Church . Two(Chamunda and Brijeshwari ) of the total nine primary temples of Hindu Goddess is also under 20 km range .

Dharmashala is also the second capital of Himachal Pradesh , in winters for 2–3 months the Govt. of Himachal Pradesh move to HP , there is a Vidhan Sabha for winter session of legislative assembly and Secretariat for Govt. functionary . Along with that there is a central university within 20 Km range , and quiet a few colleges in city . There are few parks also in city to visit like War Memorial 

Gangtok, Sikkim

Sikkim is the top most tours & travel destination in India. It is one of the most politically stable and peaceful place in India. This landlocked state is blessed with some of the most spectacular landscapes, flora and fauna making it a haven for adventure enthusiasts and naturalists. Lying at an elevation of 8,586 metres, the state’s highest point is the summit of Kanchenjunga, the third highest peak of the world. Sikkim tourism has lots to offer a discerning traveller. Foreigners here can visit Gangtok, Rumtek, Phodong, Pemayangtse and the Yuksom -Zongri trekking route on the basis of restricted area permits which can be obtained. There are numerous Lakes and Monasteries which make the hill station vibrant and lively.

Nanital

Commonly known as the “Lake District of India”, Nainital is one of the most beautiful hill stations in North India. Surrounded by mountains on three sides Nainital is located around the beautiful lake Naini Tal. This lake resort is situated at a height of 1,938 meters. There are many legends associated with the place. According to one, Nainital has derived its name from the Goddess Naina while the other legend says that when the Goddess Sati lost her eyes, she was being carried by Lord Shiva and a lake was formed. (‘Naina’ means eyes and ‘Tal’ means lake.) This beautiful small town in surrounded by seven hills, popularly known as ‘Sapta-Shring’ – Ayarpata, Deopata, Handi-Bandi, Naina, Alma, Lariya-Kanta and Sher-Ka-Danda. The majestic mountains and the sparkling waters of the lake add an immense lot to the beauty of the town.

Tourist Attraction

  • Eco Cave Garden
  • Nani Lake
  • Naina Devi Temple
  • Mall road Nanital
  • Jim Corbet National Park

Nainital famous for :

Nainital is one of the most beautiful place of India. It is famous for it Lakes & Breathtaking View, The region of Nainital was once called the ‘City of Lake’ or ‘Chakta’ asthere were 60 lakes in the area beside the Naini Lake, Which is the major attraction of the region, the other lakes are at BhimtalNaukhuchiatal, KhurpatalSattal & Shymaltal.

Mall Road is the main street and most happening place in Nainital, Constructed during British colonial rule, the Mall road is located along with Naini Lake. locals & tourists(including Indian and foreign) are often found strolling on this road in the evenings.Mall road has a number of showrooms, shops, restaurants and cafes, handicraft products of Uttarakhand like locally designed woollen cloths, branded cloths.

Matheran

Nestled amidst the Sahyadri range on the Western Ghats, Matheran is a cosy little hill station that stands at an elevation of 2600 feet above sea level, and is just 100 kilometres away from Mumbai, making it the perfect weekend getaway. With its name literally translating to “overhead forest”, Matheran is the smallest hill station in all of India, but it is extremely popular in terms of tourists looking for a short trip amid spectacular vistas and serenity.

Matheran is one of the very few places in the world that do not allow any vehicles at all, so the moment you step into this little town, you will be transported back to an idyllic old-world era of red-soiled roads, automobile-free pathways, and lush green hills all around. The cold breeze and the fresh air devoid of pollution is reason enough for tourists to throng to Matheran all year round.

As with any other hill station, Matheran is famous for its viewpoints. It has a total of 36 viewpoints from where you can enjoy alluring views of the Sahyadri mountain range, the most popular of them being Echo Point, Alexander Louisa Point, Panorama Point and Porcupine Point. Most of these points have easy trekking trails, and they offer sweeping views of the mountains, the sunrise, sunset, and everything in between! Charlotte Lake, close to Echo Point, is a very popular picnic spot where nature enthusiasts love to go and take a stroll in.  

Tourist Attraction

  • Louisa point
  • Panorama Point
  • Charlotte Point
  • Monkey Point
  • Echo Point, Matheran

Deoria Tal

Sometimes places which are nearby are often underestimated by us, Matheran is one such place. We absolutely loved everything about Matheran and exceeded my expectation.

We visited in December. Cost of hotels increase by 30 to 40 percent in December. Even November last week prices are quite reasonable so plan accordingly.

We took a local train to Nerul station. Unfortunately being a weekend toy trains were full and people were waiting in line for 3–4 hours to get the tickets. Each toy train gives only 120 tickets and each person standing in the Que can take max 4 tickets. So we were left with the option of using a share cab till Aman Logde Railway station. It costed us 80 rs per seat which is fixed.

From Aman Lodge railway station it takes 15 mins by toy train to reach matheran or 1 hour walk along the tracks. Trains have a frequency of once every 1 to 1.5 hours. We walked down..and enjoyed the mini shops and eateries around the tracks as we missed the train and would have to wait for 1.5 hours for the next train. But walking is also enjoyable.

Sometimes places which are nearby are often underestimated by us, Matheran is one such place. We absolutely loved everything about Matheran and exceeded my expectation.

We visited in December. Cost of hotels increase by 30 to 40 percent in December. Even November last week prices are quite reasonable so plan accordingly.

We took a local train to Nerul station. Unfortunately being a weekend toy trains were full and people were waiting in line for 3–4 hours to get the tickets. Each toy train gives only 120 tickets and each person standing in the Que can take max 4 tickets. So we were left with the option of using a share cab till Aman Logde Railway station. It costed us 80 rs per seat which is fixed.

Tourist Attraction

  • Omkar Rataneshwar Mahadev
  • Sari Village
  • Chopta
  • Tunganath
  • Omkareshwar Temple
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