5 Heavenly Places in the World

Travelling is one of the best therapies for your mind and especially if you visit destinations that is a sheer pleasure for your eyes. The feeling you get upon arriving at picturesque locations is unmatched and gives you a memory to cherish forever.

We have compiled a list of 5 such heavenly places you must treat yourself to by visiting:

1. Maldives

Let your heart leap at the sight of the glistening waters of the stunning beaches of Maldives. A popular honeymoon destination, Maldives enraptures you with its serene climate and vibrant coral reefs. There are a number of hotels in Maldives to suit all kinds of budget and travelling needs. The five star hotels in Maldives are stunning and offer breathtaking views of this island city. Most of them are located by the beach and offer cosy cottages that look splendid. While on a holiday in Maldives you can accommodate at Vivanta by Taj – Coral Reef to soak in the beach spirit.

2. Venice

Known as the city of canals, Venice is a city that resembles paradise with its intrinsic artistic and architectural structures and warm cuisine. The best time to visit this beautiful destination is during the winters and summer season. Be enchanted as you glide smoothly in boats through the canals while you witness the majestic Italian island city.

3. Srinagar

Be mesmerised with the beauty of nature by visiting Srinagar. Known popularly for Dal lake that offers a unique boating experience with the Shikhara rides, tourists flock this destination for a lot of other attractions too. Such lesser popular tourist spots include the monuments of Dastgir Sahib, Jama Masjid, Khanqah, and Rozabal Shrine. One such spot that is a part of most Srinagar holiday packages is the Mughal Garden which is blissful and beautiful beyond imagination. The city is a popular location in India for family and romantic getaways. To make your Srinagar trip a truly memorable one, choose a comfortable resort In Kashmir like the Vivanta by Taj –Dal View.

4. The Alps

The Alps is the highest mountain chain and a unique one as it covers areas of various territories like France, Germany, Austria and Europe that attracts thousands of tourists every year. The enchanting views of the snow covered mountains of the Alps are unmatched and a sight to behold. Although it is known for the exciting series of adventure sports during the winter, this hilly destination is flocked by visitors throughout the year. There is a variety of accommodation arrangements available in and around the Alps to cater to the various needs of the tourists. Visit this divine destination as it is losing most of it snow cover due to the climatic changes.

5. The Great Barrier Reef Australia

The Great Barrier Reef of Australia is the world’s largest coral reef that will captivate you with its eccentric beauty. It is one of the Seven Wonders of the World and so large that it is the sole living thing one can view from space. This location is popular for adventure sports and recreational activities such as scuba diving, sky diving and the viewing of the reef from the air. The Great Barrier Reef is a paradise for those who want to have a spectacular underwater experience.

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Top 4 Wildlife Destinations in India

Amidst the deafening noise of car horns in the city, the sound of chirping birds fades from our memories. There is no denying the simple joy we experience on getting back in touch with nature. With more than 80 national parks and 450 wildlife sanctuaries, India is home to numerous species of fauna and flora. Be it the deserts of Rajasthan or the mountains of Uttarakhand, India embraces wildlife to its bosom.

If you are craving some time to spend amidst wilderness, here are the top 4 wildlife destinations in India you might want to visit:

1. Bandhavgarh National Park: Located in the Umaria district of Madhya Pradesh, this national park is loved by wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers. It is loved for its breathtaking array of flora and fauna. When in an open gypsy cruising through the dense forest trail, you will surely feel the tingling sensation as listen to the alarm calls of Langur and feel the presence of Tigers. There are over 22 different species of mammals and 25 species of birds, thanks to its ideal geographical positioning. This wildlife is home to the Royal Bengal Tiger, the pride of Indian wildlife. You have got to be really unlucky not to see the Royal Tigers here.


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2. Ranthambore National Park: This national park is home to royal predators. Take a safari and see if you can spot its native tigers. Surrounded by the Chambal and Banas rivers, the park also serves as a perfect habitat for wild boars, nilgais, leopards, hyenas and sambar deer. The lush greenery and the gamut of chirping birds will make you forget all your worries and stress. To make the most of your visit, book the Ranthambhore Safari Lodge, which is surrounded by trees and lawns. Another place where you can accommodate is the only heritage hotel in Ranthambore, Vivanta by Taj – Sawai Madhopur Lodge.

3. Jim Corbett National Park: This national park is located at Uttarakhand. Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, it is spread over districts like Garhwal and Nainital. This national park is home to over 160 tigers, elephants, chital deer, leopards, flying foxes, Indian pangolins and many other wild animals. If you are an animal lover then Jim Corbett National Park is a must-see on your travel itinerary.

 

4. Kaziranga National Park: Catch a glimpse of one-horned rhinoceroses, panthers, bears, elephants and a wide array of beautiful birds. This national park, extending up to 430 sq. kms, is one of the rare areas in eastern India that is undisturbed by human presence.

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Gondia – Emerging Business Hub in Maharashtra

Sprawling over a massive 5,431 sq km of area, Gondia lies in the eastern Vidarbha region of Maharashtra. It is overseen by the Balaghat district of Madhya Pradesh on the northern side and Chandrapur and Gadchiroli districts towards the south. On the western side, Gondia is bounded by the Bhandara District. From central and eastern India, Gondia is the gateway to the state of Maharashtra. In essence, Gondia is a very critical and emerging business centre in Maharashtra. Let’s check out what business travellers to these destination must look out for.

History

In ancient times, this area was ruled by the Gond kings. During the 17th century, Gondia province was ruled by the Haihaya Rajput kings of Chhattisgarh. This city, thus, has a huge historical background but also embraces modern cultural trends. Earlier, the main occupation of the people here was to amass lak and Gum from Palas and Babul tree respectively. Gum means Gond in Hindi, therefore the name Gondia.

Emerging Businesses

The abundance of rice mills and beedi factories employ thousands of labourers from nearby states, including Chhattisgarh. Owing to the abundance of rice mills in the area, this commercial town is popularly known as Rice City by the locals. Due to the presence of rice mills and several small scale tobacco industries, this city has turned out into a major business hub.

Gondia also became the new focus area for the civil aviation ministry and got a flying and training institute built recently. This project is a joint venture between the Airports Authority of India and Canadian firm CAE. CAE Oxford Aviation Academy is about a 3 hour drive from East of Nagpur and can be easily accessed by train. As far as overall development is concerned, there have been some major industrial investments here recently, including the one by Adani Group. Narendra Modi-led government has cleared a 370-acre forest land for Adani’s thermal power plant project at Tiroda in Gondia. The launch of several agro-based industrial units in this region will, thus, boost the development of Gondia going forward. Owing to all this, Gondia is set to become one of the biggest business and industrial hubs in Maharashtra in the years to come.

Tour to Gondia

Besides art and culture, Gondia is a popular tourist destination with several sightseeing places. You can also find some of the best hotels and restaurants in Gondia. Buzz, at The Gateway Hotel Balaghat Road is a multi-cuisine restaurant that serves local delicacies. Amongst the most popular tourist attractions is Navegaon National Park. Once can spot some of the animals including tigers, panthers, jackals and palm civets making it a visual treat for wildlife enthusiasts, nature lovers, and backpackers. Another famous wildlife sanctuary is located at Nagzira which is home to 166 species of birds, 36 species of reptiles and 34 species of mammals.

How to Get There

One can reach Gondia via flights, buses or trains. You can catch a flight to Jabalpur Airport, the nearest domestic airport to Gondia. People travelling from abroad can board flights to Nagpur Airport. The best time to visit Gondia is during the winters, between the months of October to February, when the climate is moderate. Whether you visit for business or pleasure, make sure you enjoy your trip with the best of accommodation.

For the business traveller to Gondia, The Gateway Hotel at Balaghat Road is a great option. It is the first branded premium hotel in Gondia offering 5-star facilities in this region of the country. Those looking for meeting venues in Gondia can make their meetings and events a success at the state of the art meeting and conferencing facilities.

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