In 1871, the Lonavla and Khandala hill stations were discovered by Lord Elphinstone
El Nido in Palawan, Philippines is famous for its pristine beaches, exotic corals, craggy cliffs and hidden coves
Dwarka, an ancient city is an important pilgrimage town for Hindus all round the world
The port city of Genova in north-west Italy lies in the middle of a long coastal region above Italy's 'boot'
Dudhwa National Park and Tiger Reserve is one of India's lesser known national parks and is ideal for bird watchers and wildlife enthusiasts
The world’s northernmost capital is home to wonders like the Blue Lagoon geothermic spa, the Northern Lights and The Golden Circle
Sarnath is an important Buddhist pilgrimage center as it is believed that after attaining Enlightenment, Lord Buddha preached his first sermon here
Famous for its artistic heritage, Amsterdam welcomes visitors with its massive canal systems and peculiar narrow houses
Almora, the famous hill station in Uttarakhand is at an altitude of 1,650 m and is spread over a hilltop that overlooks picturesque terraced fields
Blessed with three beautiful harbours which attract private yachts and smaller cruise ships, this thriving fishing village has a history deeply rooted in Norwegian heritage
Bicholim, also known as Dicholi, lies in the mining heartland of Goa, about 30 kilometres from the capital Panjim
Called as UK's hippiest city, Brighton is also the top seaside destination for overseas visitors
When on a visit to the city, one is greeted by lavish carvings of Hindu Gods and the 14 colourful gopurams, gateway towers of the Meenakshi Amman Temple
Coachella Valley is famous for its vast golf courses, resort cities and the Coachella music festival
Situated in the Thrissur district, around 82 kms from Kochi, the entire town is structured around Guruvayur temple and it is a major commercial centre
Osuna located at the Sevillian countryside has been declared as a historic-artistic site and is home to rich monumental wealth
Netarhat, famously known as the Queen of Chotanagpur Falls, is in the Latehar district of Jharkhand
Quebec City, capital of the Canadian province of Quebec is situated at the intersection of the St. Lawrence and the St. Charles River
At an altitude of 1500 m above sea level, the place is home to the Apatani tribe and is famous for the paddy-cum-pisciculture cultivation
With ancient temples and amazing landscapes, golden pagodas and welcoming people, Mandalay in Myanmar is slowly opening up to the modern world.
The Banke-Bihari Temple is one of the famous temples here not just for its architecture but for its week-long lavish Holi celebrations
Tasmania's capital city and the second oldest capital in Austraila, Hobart is nestled in the foothills of Mount Wellington.
The bustling capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh is located at the confluence of three rivers namely the great Tonle Sap, the Mekong and the Bassac.
Away from the chaotic mess of the urban cities, Kasol offers something for everyone - from nature lovers to trekkers to backpackers.
Amsterdam, the capital of Netherlands originated as a small fishing village in the late 12th century.
Located in north-west Maharashtra, Nashik is the third-largest city in the state after Mumbai and Pune.
Thimphu is that it is the only capital city in the world that does not use traffic lights