Monday, 17 October 2022

5 Places for Peace in India

Neil Island, Andaman and Nicobar Islands 

Cerulean waves lapping on a secluded white shore, lanky coconut trees swaying softly in the breeze, and a slow pace of life - Neil Island is a image of a peaceful. This  little island in the Andamans is less crowded than its touristy cousin Have lock and an ideal place at which to set your concerns aside, lie back, and spend your days in a drowsy dream. The mobile network can be hard to find in this remote island, which is a blessing in disguise. Go off the grid and enjoy the languid life via leisurely bike rides and ample sunbathing on the scenic beaches. Provide prior notice at the restaurants here if you want something special and you’ll be rewarded with scrumptious seafood fresh from the source. The friendly island folk and the balmy weather add to the charm!

Peora, Uttarakhand

There’s no place such as the mountains for a tranquil vacation to escape the stress of everyday life. A whiff of the crisp mountain air and a sweeping view of lush valleys is sufficient to transport us to a calm and meditative state. Peoria is a charming hamlet nestled in the picturesque Kumaon valley and flanked by lofty deodars and pines. One is greeted by a panoramic view of the verdant mountains and tiny tile-roofed cottages straight out of a fairy tale that dot the village. Playful mountain puppies are even more than happy to welcome you to their abode. Bask under the canopy of the thick forests, and feast on local and fresh generate straight off the trees (after taking permission, of course!). The only sound you are likely to hear around these parts is the excited chirping of a birds. 

Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh

Most famous  for being home to a 4,000-year-old Tibetan Buddhist monastery, Tawang is a small town in Arunachal Pradesh giving its visitors restoration and peace. Colorful prayer flags fluttering in the cold breeze and endless plates of hot Maggi are a Tawang staples.The town presents a gorgeous juxtaposition of abundant forest and snow-capped mountain peaks that play peekaboo with the clouds. The area is teeming with crystal-clear lakes as well, whose shimmering turquoise waters will put you at ease. Don’t forget to visit the several monasteries in Tawang, to allow a wave of calm to wash over you.  

Kollam, Keral

Skip the buzzing crowds of Alleppey for a far more peaceful Kerala getaway in the Kollam. The experience of staying on a houseboat as it floats lazily down the backwater canals of the serene Ashtamudi lake is matchless. Chat with the houseboat staff for the best insider tips, gorge on the tempting food prepared on demand, and catch up on your vacation reading with a scenic view of the backwaters fringed with coconut trees and expansive paddy fields. If you are feeling up to it, visit nearby Munroe Island, which is another unexplored destination offering peace and solitude aplenty. There’s nothing to do in Kollam, except relax. 

Ranthambore, Rajasthan

There will be pin-drop silence as the whole safari group sees with bated breath. It’s so early on a winter morning that the fog is yet to lift and the sunlight barely penetrates the thick vegetation. Yet, the sight of a tiger in its natural habitat is one to behold. While spotting a tiger is down to luck, there is a plethora of other wildlife one can watch. A visit to Ranthambore National Park in the Rajasthan is sure to reward you with calmness and moments to remember. Gawk at sprightly deer enjoying their morning drink, or try to identify the several species of birds that call the sanctuary home. Surrounded by jungle and miles away from the hustle and bustle of cities, a stay amid nature in Ranthambore promises plentiful peace and calm. You’ll come back from the trip refreshed and a rejuvenated! 

"" સંપૂર્ણ વિગતો ગુજરાતી માં વાંચો "" 

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