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Darjeeling is said to be the Queen of hills and we definitely do not question that. Surrounded by infinite slopes of bright green tea plantations and set against a backdrop of white Himalayan peaks, Darjeeling surely lives up to its name. October, being the offset of rains, becomes a paradise for tourists to experience the snow-peaks, clear skies and spectacular greenery.
Jamshedpur has everything you can ask for to escape from your noisy, polluted, frustrating city life- No traffic, unbelievably clean (7th cleanest city in India in 2016, to be precise), amazing tourist attractions and greenery all around the city. Yet, it has a very cosmopolitan population with a good mix of cultures. Thinking of settling down already, aren't you?
Places to Visit in Jharkhand
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Rent a bike and ride the roads of this hippie paradise. It's cheap, uninhibited and very modern. To be precise, it's like Goa, but cheaper, dopier and a lot more magical. You have a number of temples to explore, and each temple is a gem with its own unique history. October 2016 makes it the ideal time to ride your bike and explore this town without breaking a sweat.
Places to Visit in Hampi
Popularly known as the Fort City of Tamil Nadu, Vellore has a splendid past with a harmonious fusion of rich culture and heritage.
Fun fact: The Golden Temple of Vellore is said to have been built with 1500 kg of gold. Isn’t that massive?
The Vellore Fort is a hotspot for tourists and is completely made of granite stones.
Matheran is a peaceful and relaxing place and it's no wonder that so many people escape the city to visit. You can spend long hours just walking in the dense forest halting at the various lookout points along the way. Walk or ride a horse to take a view of the beautiful plains, lakes and mountains around. Did we forget to mention the “Toy Train” ride through the clouds?
Places to Visit in Matheran
Daman prides itself on its rich and varied historical heritage covering more than 2 millenniums. The beaches and religious places of Daman are a mesmerising combination of silver talcum sands, stretches of lazy palms and ancient monuments. With their beautiful “Portugal” theme, they surely make evenings more romantic and nights crazier.
Wildlife expedition in one of the largest national parks in northern India, where spotting a tiger walking amongst you is not a big surprise. If that excites you, Ranthambore is the place to be. The park opens its gates in October, and sees tourists ranging from thrill seekers to families. Another adrenaline filled activity is the expedition to the Ranthambore fort, a massively constructed fort, perched high on a hill of about 700 feet.
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Places to Visit in Ranthambore
Ever wanted to experience the “Rajput” way of life? Then Udaipur is what you need. Known as the ‘City of Lakes’, Udaipur is one of the most well-known tourist destinations of the country and it beautifully exemplifies the Rajasthani culture. Lakes, Forts, Museums… You name it, Udaipur has it. Get ready for a royal treatment and pamper yourself while you sip on rich coffee relaxing along the lakeside.