Friday, June 14, 2019

10 Must Visit Forts And Palaces Of Rajasthan For An Exclusive Royal Experience

Rajasthan”, one of the most colorful states of India have plenty of places to explore. From magnificent Forts and Palaces to marvelous architecture that not only unfolds a story about its kings, kingdom and vibrant culture but an experience of spirit and fearlessness of the Rajput’s through its huge line of Forts and Palaces is simply mesmerizing. So if you are a history lover or architecture buff or planning a memorable tours to Rajasthan any time soon, here below are some of the best Fort and Palaces in Rajasthan which you might not want to miss out on.

Fort and Palaces in Rajasthan:

1)      Amer Fort:

Nestled on the high Aravalli Hills, “Amer Fort” in the Amer town (which is approximately eleven kilometres far from the Jaipur city) is one of the classic examples of Hindu and Mughal architecture.  This impressive building which was made by using red sandstone and marble has maze-like passages and twisting staircases. Not only this, wonders like Ganesh Pol, Sila Devi Temple, Sheesh Mahal, Magic Flower Fresco and Man Singh Palace await you in the interiors of Amer Fort. If you think that’s it, so wrong, Amber Fort excursion is not completed without ‘Elephant Ride’ and ‘Sound and Light Show’.

2)      Umaid Bhawan Palace, Jodhpur:

Umaid Bhawan Palace which was originally known as “Chittar Palace” is situated on the Chittar Hill, the highest point in Jodhpur. Presently this majestic monument is divided in to three parts, one is a luxury heritage Taj Palace Hotel and other two parts, one uses as the residence to the current members of the royal family headed by Maharaja of Jodhpur Gaj Singh and the last part is a museum, which exhibits the most exotic collection of automobiles owned by the jodhpur royal family.

3)      Lake Palace, Udaipur:

Located in the mid of the Lake Pichola, Lake Palace in Udaipur is one of the romantic places of Rajasthan.  With the Aravalli Hills and City Palace as surroundings, this Palace offers a wonderful view of the sightseer.
The complex which has a series of courtyards with numerous columns, terraces, fountains and the well-laid garden has now  been revered in to a Taj heritage hotel which offers not only world-class amenities and flawless hospitality to its guests but this Palace hotel marks a good combination of old regal charms and modern comforts.

4)      City Palace, Jaipur:

City Palace is One of the most admired Palaces among the places to visit in Rajasthan; the “City Palace” of Jaipur has an impressive combination of Rajput and Mughal architecture. Yes, this magnificent City Palace, which is divided into a series of courtyards, gardens and historical attractions like Mubarak Mahal, Chandra Mahal, Diwan-I-Khas, Diwan-I-Aam and Maharani Palace are decorated with fine artworks, inscriptions, timeless architecture and old symbols from the past.

Now a day, a part of the Palace has been converted into two museums: one is Maharani palace which displays weapons and ammunition used by the royal family whereas the other Baggi Khana showcases different carriages used by the royal families of Jaipur.
Last but not least, City Palace is one of the only places where you will be surprised by the wonderful view of the entire Pink City “Jaipur”.

5)      Lalgarh Palace, Bikaner:  

If you think, that’s it, so wrong; the Palace also houses a ‘museum’ and the fourth largest private ‘library’ in the world. A museum which displays the traces of Rajasthan Royalties and their lavish lifestyle whereas, on the other, Library offers you a glimpse of a huge collection of Sanskrit Manuscripts printed on parchments, plaques of silver, copper and gold antiques belonging to Harappan culture and Kushan and Gupta Age.
Nowadays, two wings of the Lalgarh Palace have been transformed into a luxury heritage hotels.  Its fifty nine rooms that blend the best of modern conveniences with classic furnishings are no doubt an ideal place to spend your vacation with Bikaner Travel packages.

6)      Hawa Mahal, Jaipur:

Built by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh for royal women, Hawa Mahal or “Palace of Winds”, or also known as “Palace of Breeze”, is one of the most famous Palaces in Rajasthan. Constructed in the shape of the crown of the Hindu God, Lord Krishna, Hawa Mahal, a five-story building looks the same as to the honeycomb because of its 953 small windows, called jharokhas. The Palace of Winds which is embellished with intricate latticework truly justifies with its airy structure as it creates an air conditioning effect inside the Palace by using the venturi effect.
Despite this, another interesting thing about this Palace is that from here insiders will get a clear view of the outside world but outsiders not able to look inside the palace. And yes, last but not least, for the most panoramic view, don’t forget to go onto the top of the five-story building. Visit for Jaipur Travel Packages.

7)      Jal Mahal Palace, Jaipur:

Located in the mid of the wonderful Man Sagar Lake, Jal Mahal Palacein Jaipur is an ideal example of Rajput and Mughal style of architecture. Initially, the Palace has five storeys building in which four of its floors are submerged under water when the lake is the full and only top storey is visible.
Well, only top storey floor disheartening you, then worry not, the terrace of the palace has a dazzling garden together with having semi-octagonal towers with classic dome at each of the four corners of the Palace truly allures you.

Because of the development of the water treatment system of the lake and the regeneration of the encircling wetlands, five nestling islands have been built in order to attract different species of migratory birds.

8)      Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur:  

Mehrangarh Fort which is nestled on top of an elevated small hill (Approx. 400 meters above the level of its enclosing landscapes) is one of the largest forts in India. Its huge structure 500 yards long, 120-feet high, 70-feet thick walls, remarkable history,  and complicated detailing, make it not the gem of Jodhpur but as well as it is the wonder for all around the world.
Despite this, the main highlight of this fort is seven grand entrances, which include the famous Jai Pol (victory gate) and Fateh Pol. Not only this, its flawlessly  designed Palaces like Moti Mahal, Sheesh Mahal, Takhat Vilas, and Phul Mahal  which is adorned with Mirror work, elaborate ornamentation, wonderful glass panel and impressive woodwork  speak the architectural glory of the royals.
Now a day, a huge part of the Mehrangarh Fort has been converted into a heritage museum, which displays buggy/cart of the queens, including the famous golden domed cart together with costumes, arms, and paintings, decorative embellishment from the ancient period. Last but not least famous movie named: The Dark Knight Rises have also been shot here.

9)      Neemrana Fort, Alwar:

Nestled on the high small hill, “Neemrana Fort Palace” offers guests a pure Rajasthani experience. This amazingly lovely Fort Palace which has now been revered in to a heritage hotel offer not only grand rooms and suites but wonderful terraces,  slim staircases, low-ceiling rooms and classic ethnic interiors truly feel you royal. Apart from the heritage feature, this Palace hotel has the entire world class amenities along with Ayurvedic massage, swimming pools, traditional folk performances and much more which make it a A perfect place to enjoy a luxurious stay.

10)  Bundi Palace, Bundi:

Bundi Palace which is situated in proximity to a number of other palaces and forts, including the famous Star Fort, the Sukh Mahal, and several artificial lakes is famous for its royal murals and frescoes, (noted for their traditional value).  Not only this, the Palace is also popular for its 50 baoris (step wells) which provide water during the period of crises.
Now a day, the Palace, open to the public, which exhibits not only magnificent architecture but also the lives and times of people living in Bundi.

All these are few gems of Rajasthan, take any travel to Rajasthan and I am sure, you’ll explore some more hidden beauties of Rajasthan like pre-historic rock paintings, immense rock formations and some old temples etc.
So, after reading this, no doubt, what kind of travel junkie you are, Rajasthan state has already taken your breath away and enticed you to tour as soon as possible for  travel Packages to Rajasthan and good deal, don’t forget to log on to the website and enjoy the ultimate experience.

Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Top 20 Places to visit in March in North India Tour Package

India is a country that is all about unity in diversity. This country has been blessed by the abundance of natural beauty, whether it is the hills and the mountains, the rivers and other smaller water bodies, forests or even the sea beaches. Whether you go to the south or the north, the east or the west, you can have your heart’s filled with exquisite places that are worth every ounce of the money and effort.

20 Places that cannot be Given a Miss as Part of North India Tour Itinerary:-

The mountain ranges and the charming hill stations that are a must-see as part of North India Tours

1. Kashmir – It is also called the Switzerland of India, this place is no less than heaven on the Earth. Srinagar is connected by air from all major cities of India and Udhampur by rail.


Main Attractions – Other than enjoying the natural charm of the place, tourists should not miss the boat ride on the Dal Lake, Mughal Garden, and the Apharwat Peak.

2. Rishikesh– Other than being a holy place, the town is famous for river rafting and the venue for many other adventure sports. Land at Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun or take a train up to Haridwar and then take a taxi or bus up to Rishikesh.


Main Attractions: – The Ram Jhoola, Lakshman Jhoola, Triveni Ghat, and Parmarth Niketan Ashram.

3. Mussoorie – Amidst the hill ranges and the clouds, this place is popular for its scenic beauty and waterfalls. The closest airport is Jolly Grant in Dehradun and railway station is the Dehradun station.

Mussorrie Mall Road

Main Attractions: – Kempty Falls, Shopping at Mall Road, Jharipani Falls, and Mussoorie Lake.

4. Nainital – The Naini Lake and the surrounding Kumaon ranges make this an interesting tourist place in March. Interested people usually take the road from nearest cities to reach the place. Kathgodam is the closest railway station.

Nanital Lake

Main Attractions: – Naini Lake, the Naini Devi temple, Naini Peak, Tiffin Top, and the snow view point.

5. Manali – A picturesque setting, this hill station in the north is nestled in the Himalayan range and is located at a height of 2050 meters from sea level. This is your best chance to see snow from closest quarters; even in March and the summer season.

Rohtang Pass - Manali

Main Attractions:- The wild Beas river, Hampta Pass, Rohtang Pass, the Hidimba Devi Temple, Solang Valley, and Bhrigu Lake.

6. Shimla – The capital city of Himachal Pradesh, also called the queen of hills and the summer capital of India during the British era, is an important destination for amazing sights and view of the Himalayas. Go for a day tour of nearby areas like Kufri and Naldehra.


Main Attractions: - The Mall road, The Ridge, Annandale Ground, Shaily Peak, and the toy train ride from Kalka to Shimla.

7. Mcleodganj and Dharamshala – These two towns of Himachal Pradesh are ideal destinations in March under North India tour packages. Relax and enjoy the views of the Dhauladhar range, visit the official residence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in India.

Mcleodganj and Dharamshala

Main Attractions: - Dal Lake, Kangra Fort, Gyuto Monastery, Naddi View Point and Triund Hill.

8. Leh Ladakh – Connected by air from Leh and by rail from Jammu, this place is for people who can easily cope with altitude sickness. Ladakh means the land of high passes. It is located in the state of Jammu & Kashmir – Leh is the biggest city here followed by Kargil.

Leh Ladakh

Main Attractions: – Zanskar Mountain Ranges, Pangong Tso Lake, Tso Moriri Lake, Khardungla Pass – The highest motorable place in India, Nubra Valley and the Magnetic Hill.

9. Tirthan Valley – Situated in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, this is an upcoming place in North India tours because of the trekking and hiking potential here.

Tirthan Valley

Things To Do – Crossing the turbulent Beas river, the Serloskar Lake, the Great Himalayan National Park, Jalori Pass, and rock climbing opportunities.

10. Mount Abu – One of the coolest places in the otherwise hot state of Rajasthan, March is the ideal time to visit this picturesque place and visit the Dilwara Temple and Nakki Lake. Located at an altitude of 1220 meters, tourists need to land at Udaipur Airport at a distance of 210 km and Abu road railway station located 28 km from the main hub.

Mount Abu

Main Attraction: – Dilwara Temple, the wildlife sanctuary, Nakki Lake, Achalgarh village, Toad Rock

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Indian Forests and Wildlife Sanctuaries

11. The Ranthambore National Park - One of the most popular sites in India for tiger watching - the park today has the highest population of tigers in India. The park is located in Rajasthan and can be reached via rail – alight at Sawai Madhopur railway station and take a cab. Sanganer Airport in Jaipur is the nearest airport.

Ranthambore National Park

Main Attraction: – The Bakaula region of the forest, Ranthambore Fort, Raj Bagh Ruins, Kachida Valley and Surwal Lake.

12. Jim Corbett – Located in the state of Uttarakhand, the forest is well-known for tiger spotting and elephant safari as the temperatures start rising in March; it is a good time to catch the tigers when they are out at the riverfront. Ramnagar is the closest railway station. Alternately tourists can also reach via road.

jim corbett nation park

Things To Do – Jungle Safari at the Corbett National Park, River Rafting, Corbett Waterfall, visit the Corbett Museum.

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Forts, Heritage Palaces and the Thar Desert of the North

13. Udaipur – Also known as the City of Lakes, this city in Rajasthan is filled with heritage properties that have been converted to modern hotels to accommodate tourist rush during the springtime. With its own railway station and airport, the city is also reachable by road from all areas nearby.

taj lake palace udipur, rajasthan

Main Attractions: – Lake Pichola, City Palace, Sajjangarh Fort, Fateh Sagar Lake, Eklingji Temple

14. Jaisalmer– One of the most acclaimed places because of its proximity to the Great Indian Thar Desert, this place is a perfect tourist spot to visit in March. To reach the place cabs and taxis can be taken from Jodhpur that is the nearest railway and air connects.

jaisalmer fort rajasthan

Main Attractions: – Desert Safari, Sam Sand Dunes, Jaisalmer Fort, Gadisar Lake, Salim Singh Ki Haveli, Kuldhara Village, and Jain Temple.

15. The Pink City Jaipur – An essential part of the North India tour - the right place to visit in March when the sun is still not so hot. One of the busiest city in terms of Rajasthan tours, one can reach Sanganer Airport by air or take the train to Jaipur railway station.

city palace jaipur, rajasthan

Main Attractions: - Don’t miss the Hawa Mahal, the Jaigarh Fort, the Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar, Majestic Forts and Palaces, Rajput food and customs.

Must visit Holy Places in Northern India

16. Varanasi – Also called Banaras, this city in Uttar Pradesh is synonymous with Hindu religious sentiments and considered one of the holiest places in Hinduism. The Ganga Aarti and the ritual bath in the holy river is what attract people to this place.


Main Attractions: – Dashashwamedh Ghat and Vishwanath Temple.

17. Amritsar – A Sikh pilgrimage city, the city is famous for The Golden Temple, the Jallianwala Bagh and the Wagah border. Bustling with activity, Amritsar is well connected with the rest of the country by rail and has its own airport.

Read Also: Popular Pilgrimage Destinations of North India

Other Top Most Tourist Destinations of North India

18. New Delhi - The capital of India. It is crowded with historical places that are popular sightseeing destinations like the Qutub Minar, the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, India Gate and many more such places that stand proud and tall – reminiscent of the yesteryears. The city has 3 major railway stations – Old Delhi, New Delhi, and Hazrat Nizamuddin stations. The Indira Gandhi International Airport connects well with other domestic and international airports.

Red fort, delhi

Other Places to visit: – Rashtrapati Bhawan, Lodhi Garden, Lotus Temple, Humayun’s Tomb, Jantar Mantar, Chandni Chowk, Akshardham Temple, and many more amazing places.

19. Agra– World famous for the Taj Mahal tour, a visit to this city in March is ideal to witness the monument dedicated to love. Other places worthy of sightseeing include the Fatehpur Sikri and the Agra Fort. The city is well connected by rail and air from all major cities within India. Another way to reach Agra is to hire a car from New Delhi.

Taj Mahal Agra

Other places to visit: – Historical sites like the Itimad-Ud-Daulah Tomb and Akbar’s Tomb. One can also plan day tours to Mathura (located at a distance of 57.5 km from Agra) and Vrindavan (located at a distance of 14.4 km from Agra).

20. Khajuraho in Madhya Pradesh – It is a world heritage site. The temples with sculptures depicting explicit sexual poses differentiate it from all other Hindu Temples you can visit in North India Temple Tour. The city has good connectivity by rail and air from all major cities of the country.


Main Attractions: – Architectures of Khajuraho temples, Kandariya Mahadev Temple, Lakshmana temple, Chaturbhuj Temple, Dulhadev Temple, Nandi Temple, and more such famous sacred sites.

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Thursday, July 5, 2018

Top 10 Tourist Destinations in Kerala for Food Lovers

When thinking about places to visit during the monsoons, Kerala always beats other destinations. This charming southern state has a lot to offer in terms of tranquility and peace embodied in the form of heavenly views of mist laden mountains, pristine backwaters, beaches, gushing rivers, waterfalls and not to mention the sumptuous food. For a truly rewarding monsoon vacation, we suggest these top tourist places of Kerala for food buffs.

Ela Sadya


A trip to this tea town translates into heaven for the lovers of street food. That is why this town is included in every Kerala tour package. The street food of this town is a delectable fare comprising of Idliappams, Chicken Stew in Coconut Gravy, Dosas, Puttu, Malabar Parotta and Hearty Meat and Chicken preparations which are loaded with south Indian spices.


As you enter Thekkady, be prepared to be surrounded by a whiff of spices emanating from the spice shops this place is known for which is precisely the reason why curries from this place are so flavourful. The fish and meat curries are a must try here which are often served with Appams or Dosas. Vegetarians can relish the generous Sadya Thalis with Dal, Rice, Stir Fried Vegetables and Payasam served on banana leaf.


Being a coastal city, Cochin has an impeccable cuisine which is a little different from other Keralite cuisines because of the multicultural influences. It's a great place to enjoy barbecued Fish, Prawn Fry, Prawn Masala Curry and not to mention Thalaserry Biriyani this place is famous for. Dishes like Puttu, Sambhar, Pachadi, Avial and Rasam are served in Thalis with Banana Chips and Pappadams as sides.


Chicken Biriyani
Located in Kottayam district, this hill station surrounded by pine forests, tea estates and cardamom plantations has a mystical aura that makes it a part of every Indian travel agent's itinerary. Apart from the regular thalis and multi- cultural cuisines served at most restaurants, dishes you must try here are Chicken Curry, Chicken Biriyani and Prawn Stir Fry.


Kootu Curry
Famous for large network of houseboats on its backwaters, Alleppey is no less than a foodie's paradise as this place is home to some truly delicious south Indian recipes to suit every palate. The dishes you must try here are Puttu with Kadala Curry, Kootu Curry which is made from Yam and Plantain, Ela Ada which is eaten as a snack or as a breakfast dish, Prawn Roast, Shappu Meen Curry and Mutton Paya Masala.


Thrissur has a diverse cultural landscape which lends a powerful influence on the food belonging to this region. Right from Puttus, Achappams, Parottas, Mixed Vegetable Avial, Poduthal - a rare vegetable dish consisting of Jackfruit, Bitter Gourd, Bananas and Coconut to Meen Porichathu and Malabar Mutton Biriyani, there's no dearth of delicacies to devour.


Kovalam beach has long remained a favoured destination for visitors from across the world. This coastal town boasts of its outstanding seafood preparations like Tandoori Prawns, Crab Curry, Fish Fry and flavorful vegetarian meal including Idlis, Thoran, Pachadi, Kaalam which is made from Youghurt and Payasam. Yet another dish worth digging your teeth in is the spicy fried chicken.


Fish Moilee
Wayanad is a perfect spot for anyone who wishes to experience the village life. A visit to Wayanad would be incomplete without exploring its ravishing cuisine. Dishes that are worth a try are Fish Moilee, Kattu Soup, Steamed Fish, Coconut Rice, Chicken Stew with Appams and a tribal dish called Nillekka which is made from gooseberries and honey.


Kannur has remained the epicentre of spice and wood trade in the earlier times which had its influence on the local cuisine. Dishes like Thalessery Chicken Biriyani, Ney Pathiri which is made from Rice, Chatti Pathiri, Spicy Mutton Korma which is served with Appams or Parottas and a sweet tea snack called Unnakkaya are greatly enjoyed by the visitors.


Fried Ice Cream
Known for its vast beaches, Kozhikode is a dream destination for the gastronomes. Each dish is a conglomeration of flavours from various other cuisines. The deal breakers are Chicken Vadivelu, Fried Ice Cream, Mutton liver cooked in spices and raw banana fritters among an expansive fare of dishes this place has to offer.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016

An amazing cultural and heritage tour of Rajasthan

Rajasthan, the royal state has been witness of royal era of Rajput kings who were fond of luxury palaces and forts. So during this heritage tour, you can experience most ancient heritage of India in Rajasthan. This tour boasts of a variety of attractions which take pride in capturing the hearts of tourists who come here from far and wide.

If you love to visit heritage sites, then this trip is the best option for you as it holds all the ancient monument of Rajasthan which attracts the tourists from all over the world.

Rajasthan is the princely state of India which is known as the most colorful place and never fails to fascinate the globally visitors. As it is a land where Raja-Maharajas lived large. The glory and royalty of the era of Raja-Maharajas can be seen in the palaces and forts of Rajasthan.

This tour perambulates you to the enthralling destinations of Rajasthan. The exalted forts ,hill forts , astonishing palaces, elegantly painted and sculpted havelis, heritage monuments, invigorating gardens, incredible  museums, lovely  fairs and festivals, handicrafts and cuisine beautifully reflects Rajasthan Heritage.

Jaipur, the gateway of Rajasthan, is known as pink city and the heart of Rajasthan. Jaipur is the current capital of the state has many charming palaces, forts and monuments which contain Hawa Mahal, City Palace, Amber Fort, Jantar Mantar, Jaigarh Fort,  Kanak Vrindavan garden and Jal Mahal. You can also enjoy you can enjoy folk dance and folk music.

The next bewildering journey of Royal Rajasthan is Udaipur, the romantic city, is also known as the city of artificial lakes and palaces.

Lake Palace
Lake Palace and Monsoon Palace Miniature paintings Shilpgram Festival and Performing Arts and Crafts, Vintage and classic car museum and delicious cuisine are some of the other highlights of the city. Udaipur is the messenger for those visitors who are lovers, honeymooners and leisure travelers.

Umaid Bhawan Palace
Jodhpur, known as the Sun City and Blue city, makes a gesture you to explore its majestic Mehrangarh Fort which is a beautiful fort with glorious history. Umaid Bhawan Palace is a major attraction of Jodhpur. This palace was once the largest residence in the world. You can also enjoy an exciting camel safari in Thar Desert.

Mandawa, one of the important towns, is nestled in the heart of the Shekhawati Region of Rajasthan. This tiny town is worldly known for its glorious havelis which allure a number of  tourists from all the corners of the world.

camel safari
Jaisalmer also popular as the golden city, has classy and slashed pillars with widespread walkways and chambers. Patwon ki Haveli and Jaisalmer Fort is also the major tourist attraction along with the exciting camel safari in Sam Sand Dunes.

Bikaner the Camel City or Camel Country it is  a city that has a unforgettable past, royal culture & tradition, glowing fairs & festivals, camel safari rides, rippling sand dunes, etc. Mount Abu, the only hill place of rajasthan known as the 'Oasis of the Desert' because it is a place of amazing lakes, rivers, waterfalls and verdant forests.

Tiger Safari, Ranthambore
Sawai Madhopur, the home of Indian tigers, Ranthambore, the largest National Park in Northern India is located here which provides you a thrilling experience when you explore the wild life sanctuary at the National Park.
Besides, of these locations there are some more tourist destinations in their different cities. Each and every city has its own customs, different cultures, and different languages and of course a tempting tastes of several cuisines.

Rajasthan is a right destination to enjoy a great holiday and treasure incredible tourism experience of lifetime. Visit once in this royal state of India and be proud to visit the most beautiful tourist destination in the world.

Thursday, February 18, 2016

Jatayu Nature Park Kerala- A wonderful combination of Nature, Art, Technology and Adventure

Kerala “God’s Own Country” is an incredible and lovely tourist destination in south west part of India. The state is florished with amazing beauty that attracts a number of the tourists every year. The unique features of this state that surprise all the visitors is its sunny beaches, dazzling backwaters, drowsy lagoons lakes, striking hill stations, lovely canals and rivers, exotic wildlife, etc.
Jatayu Nature Park - Kerala

The state includes several wonderful destinations but the rock-theme Jatayu nature park is the most amazing tourist place which is all set to open in January 2016.

Situated at Chadayamangalam (Jatayumangalam) in Kollam district of Kerala. It is spread over an area of 65 acres. The main aim to start this ambitious tourism project of worth Rs 100 crore, is to promote mythology.

Mr. Anchal, chairman, Jatayupara Tourism Pvt. Ltd. said that –

The park would “set a new milestone and will elevate the experience of travelers to Kerala.”

The amazing attractions of this park are beautiful and tinny mountains, small as well as huge valleys, cliffs and some rock-formations. The most sticking feature is a huge sculpture of Jatayu, the mythical bird, designed by renowned film maker Rajiv Anchal.

According to the Hindu mythology Jatayu was the wise old bird and a great devotee of Rama. Jatayu was a great devotee of Rama. He fights with the demon king Ravana and tried to save Sita (wife of lord Rama) from the clutches of Ravana. But Ravana fired an arrow at Jatayu. According to the local legend, it is believed to be the place where the bird Jatayu fell on the ground, bruised and battered.

This Jatayu nature park is officially open for the visitor from January 2016. Visiting this park you can experience a great combination of art, technology and adventure. The main features of the park are-

A huge sculpture of Jatayu
Hhuge Sculpture of Jatayu - Jatayu Nature Park

There is a huge structure of Jatayu measuring 200 ft long, 150 ft wide and 70 ft in height. It is the world’s largest bird structure on top of a hill and took 7 years to build this structure. According to the belive this structure is situated on the place where Jatayu took his last breath in front of Lord Rama.

A grand digital museum

In this Nature Park you can enjoy a 6D theatre and an audio-visual based digital museum. In this museum you can enjoy glance from the Ramayana.

Ayurveda cave resorts

Ayurveda Cave Resorts
Ayurveda Cave Resorts

‘Jatayu Nature Park’ houses an ayurveda cave resorts.

Adventure Zone

Adventure Zone

This nature park is a fun and frolic of adventure. There are lots of options of activities for every age peoples. There is a complete adventure zone and around 20 games options including paint ball, laser tag, archery, rifle shooting, rock climbing, bouldering, and rappelling.

Footprint of Lord Rama

Footprint of  Lord Rama

According to the local legends you can also found the foot prints of the lord Rama. While Jatayu was wounded and lying on the ground then Lord Rama arrived, at that time Jatayu get moksha.

Cable Car

Cable Car
In this nature park south India Government set up the South India’s first cable car for transportation and fun for the visitors.

Last but not the least this Jatayu Nature Park offers an amazing 360-degree views of mountains.

So what are you waiting for? It is open for public from January 2016. You will have lots of fun with new and different experiences.

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