A former Portugese colony, Diu with its historic fort, churches and colourful people makes for a postcard-perfect holiday.
Karnataka with its long coastline has some of the pristine spots for beach vacation. More picturesque than the beaches of neighbouring Goa or Kerala, relative less popularity has ensured it doesn’t have the crowds that flock to the two states. We list five of the most popular ones. Maravanthe Beach Without
Diveagar is famous for its clean beach and temple dedicated to Suvarna Ganesha (Golden Ganesh Temple).
The southernmost tip of mainland India, Kanyakumari is where Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal meet the Indian Ocean.
Often called “Southern Kashi”, Harihareshwar is a popular beach town in Raigad district of Maharashtra.
Vengurla is an alluring beach town, located on the Konkan coast in the southern-most district of Sindhudurg in Maharashtra.
Known for its scenic beauty, the white sandy Payyambalam beach is a popular attraction in Kerala.
If you are looking for an activity holiday and contribute to the conservation of nature, then this is the festival to attend. The fest is aimed at increasing awareness about Olive Ridley Turtles and to give a boost to their conservation. The festival is organized by Sahyadri Nisarga Mitra (SNM), a leading
Lakshmi Sharath visits Rameswaram and discovers a town steeped in Ramayana.
A former Portuguese colony, Diu is popular for its history, architecture and culture.