10 Amazing Places I’ve Ever Visited. #travellinkup
At times when you cross a place your eyes capture the view and you want to revisit this view forever. That’s what drives us to click a picture, to make that view eternal. Luxury to me is revisiting the moments I love.
What drives you to click a picture?
I’m no photographer a bit of traveler but at times I’ve done justice to few moments that I captured on my camera. In this post, I’d like to share some amazing places which forced me to capture them in my memory and I hope that you’d love them too.
This is the list of my Ephemeral Moments:
The Glowing beach of Maldives:
One walk on the beach leads me to this amazing picture. It was turbulence of sea which leads to high waves and with them the glowing algae. It appears as if millions of led were lining the waves on the beach of Maldives and the view was breathtaking indeed.
The shades of a crystalline sea of Maldives:
The mesmerizing array of blue seen in the sea at daytime is indeed heaven. In the midst of blue the pristine white sandy beach. The Contrast is a treat to eyes. The Maldives is serene beauty worth visiting.
The lake in between mountains- Badapani, Meghalaya:
“BadaPani” lake on the way from Guwahati to Shillong, Meghalaya is indeed a treat for eyes. The whole of terrain is filled with flora and fauna but in between them the clear lake looks divine. Water sports are also available on the lake. Nothing can beat the view.
Its surreal beauty in the mountains. It’s untouched, unexplored and it’s a trekkers delight. For camping and trekking, it’s a very good place. Check my post hidden heaven in Uttarakhand: Chopta for details.
It’s famous for its amazing weather throughout the year. People visit there to get relief from the scorching heat of planes. On top of that, it’s accessible via flight, railroad or roadways from Dehradun. Slight ahead of Mussoorie it’s less crowded and more eye-catching. This summer Visit Dhanaulti. In winters this spot is sought out for its snowfall. For details, you could visit Danaulti- My weekend haven.
It’s another vacation spot just 6 hours drive from New Delhi. Its located on top of a mountain. The cloud covered peaks would greet you as you’ll peek out of your window. The place relaxing and it’s the perfect detox therapy from heat and stress of the Planes.
Kufri, Himachal Pradesh:
It’s a 6-7 hours drive from New Delhi, Kandhaghat if few Km before Shimla it’s a better place to stay to avoid the traffic of Shimla or bypass Shimla and stay in Kufri. You’d find these places worth every minute you’ve spent there. Shimla is very busy and traffic jams and lack of parking spaces are very annoying. So kindly avoid the main city.
It’s a very small town in Pauri district of Uttarakhand but the location of GMVN (Garhwal Mandal Vikas Nigam) hotel and weather are amazing. You would not even require AC since the weather is always pleasant. The view is breathtaking. It’s around 10 hours drive from New Delhi.
Auli is called skiing destination of India. It’s located in Chamoli District of Uttarakhand. It’s full of valleys and meadows which get’s snow-covered in winters. It’s surrounded by snow-covered peaks. The place is so amazingly beautiful, it’s around 12 hours drive from New Delhi. Despite the distance, I wouldn’t miss going there again.
The word Goa all memories of lounging seaside with a novel and hat comes forth. Goa’s carefree vibes and beautiful beaches with a colorful array umbrella of shacks… Ah!! Heaven. It’s a party destination of India. (whatever happens in Goa stays in Goa) Have fun.
I’ll never be at the same moment, same time in the same place again, that makes these photographs unique and cherished. I hope my list had few places common with your list too. If you haven’t been to places I’ve mentioned plan your next holiday there b’coz they’re worth visiting.
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