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Monday, January 25

10 Places In India You Can Visit in 2016

10 Places In India You Can Visit in 2016
If you're fed up with your office life then here is list you should visit and feel calm

1. Kaza - Himachal pradesh

Spiti Valley is one of the most attractive hidden gems of North India. Straddling the river Spiti, it is home to numerous of the divinest of Buddhist destinations as well as some of the most widespread tourist destinations.
Ideal for: friends and family
Ideal duration: 2-3 days
Best time to visit: May-July
How to reach: Kullu Airport at Kullu is the nearest airport. Shimla is the nearest railway station from Kaza. Roadways from Delhi to Shimla and then take a cab.
Things to do:
  • Spectate the Chunpa fue or walk to ancient traditional meditation centre at Lari Dupuk.
  • Visit the Millennium Monastery, Gue mummy or Dhankar monastery and rock carving at Tabo.
  • Hike to Angla and Phela – nomadic plains on the hills north of Tabo
  • Go for a traditional phootoshot at Nadang Lhakhang and attend the cultural show (cham dance), with local food and tea.
  • Walk to famous rangrik rewa cave, visit the Snow point Kunzom and if lucky enjoy the Snow Leopard / Ibex sighting and river rafting.
2. Zanskar - Kashmir

About 20 kms south-east of Rangdum stands the Panzila axis, across which lies Zanskar, the most isolated of all the trans-Himalayan valleys. The Penzila pass (4,401m) is a picturesque tableland surrounded by snow-covered peaks. As the Zanskar road winds down the steep slopes of Penzi-la to the head of the Stod valley, the majestic " Drang-Drung" glacier looms into full view. 
A long and winding river of ice and snow, "Drang-Drung" is perhaps the largest glacier in Ladakh, outside the Siachen formation. It is from the cliff-like snout of this extensive glacier that the Stod or Doda tributary of the Zanskar River rises. The spectacular Himalayan landscape and the lifestyles of the inhabitants attract many tourists to the hidden kingdom of Zanskar.

3. Parvati Valley - Himachal pradesh

With its sub-zero temperatures and semi-frozen rivers, Pin Valley is the only cold desert National Park located in Himachal Pradesh. The park lies in the valley of the Pin river, from where it derives its name. Spreading south of Dhankar in the Spiti district near the Tibetan border, the reserve forms a natural interface between the Lahaul and Spiti divisions of the state.

  4. Gurudongmar Lake - Sikkim

5. Bum La Pass Tawang - Arunachal Pradesh

6. Nohkalikai Falls - Meghalaya

7. Pangong tso - Ladakh

8. Triund - Dharmshala - Himachal pradesh

9. Dzukou Valley - Nagaland

10 Jaisalmer - Rajasthan